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Employer review website Glassdoor released its annual “Best Places to Work” report, consisting of the top 100 large companies to work for in 2019.
Iddris Sandu already has Google, Instagram, Snapchat and Uber on his resume. This architect plans to bridge the gap of technology and culture to minorities and youth around the world.
Medical record errors are extremely common and can be life-threatening. For 20-year-old patient Morgan Gleason, it took many hours to fix a glaring mistake.
Edward Norton's start-up, EDO, is trying to bring analytics tools to the film and TV industry and help push them deeper into the the digital age. If the technology works, media companies will have better data to inform what shows they should create.
The plug-in electric vehicle won praise from auto critics who heralded the car as an engineering marvel when it was introduced in 2010. The acclaim eased some of the pain from GM’s bankruptcy at the time and showed that Detroit could still develop an enviable vehicle. The Volt, though, was also a big money loser for GM.
No company wants their proposed deal to become a political football in the 2020 presidential campaign. Plus, it will take some time for capital markets to digest megadeals like AT&T-Time Warner and Disney Fox. A possible recession is another wild card.
General Motors is fighting to retain a valuable tax credit for electric vehicles as the nation's largest automaker tries to deal with the political fallout triggered by its plans to shutter several U.S. factories and shed thousands of workers. Preserving the $7,500 tax incentive for buyers is crucial for GM as the company pivots from internal combustion engines in favor of building cars powered by batteries or hydrogen fuel cells. It helps make plug-ins such as the $36,000 Chevy Bolt more affordable at a time when competition from other electric vehicle makers is heating up.
as White House chief of staff as he prepares for the conclusion of the Russia investigation led by special prosecutor Robert Mueller. Mr Trump at the weekend said Mr Kelly was a “great guy” but that the retired general would leave the position this month. “John Kelly will be leaving toward the end of the year,” said Mr Trump, who added that he would announce his replacement over the next few days.
Away from the glare of Wall Street, Mr Dell — who had become frustrated with the mutual funds and retail investors who dismissed his efforts to reinvent the company — celebrated the solitude of the private market, saying the company had “the freedom to invest in a future that lies beyond the next quarter”. , a prominent Silicon Valley-based private equity firm. , raised questions over private company valuations and led to accusations from some shareholders that Mr Dell and Silver Lake were playing hardball in the brutal talks around the DVMT deal to squeeze every cent they could get for themselves.
One in Sydney cheerfully let her children skip school for a day so they could go to a street protest. Another in London said she was thinking of getting arrested. Both are part of a burst of middle-class climate activism that has few recent precedents, no famous leaders — and intriguing implications for the workplace.
The world’s biggest investors, including BlackRock, Vanguard and Axa, have ramped up holdings in coal since the landmark Paris climate agreement, raising the question of how seriously they take the issue of tackling global warming. The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said in October that coal use would have to be heavily reduced to meet the aim of the agreement. After Paris, many asset managers, including BlackRock and Axa, said climate change presented an increasing risk to investment returns.
Waymo is rapidly racking up the autonomous miles. More importantly, it's on the verge of commercializing its self-driving prowess.
Barring a last-minute hitch, Ford Motor and Volkswagen plan to announce a far-reaching alliance shortly after the new year, one that will cover a wide swath of territory and a broad range of technologies, new and old.
This fintech leader still has a long runway of growth ahead of it while holding a competitive advantage over would-be rivals -- exactly the type of stock you should want compounding in a retirement account.
The dividend yields for big automakers are juicy right now, but this might actually be the best auto dividend stock for a reason you may not know about.
The pattern began in September and has seen growth stocks punished disproportionately—with technology shares suffering some of the worst carnage. Included in that group are a number of market leaders that recently reported beats on revenue and earnings, along with raised forward guidance. Among the tech and communications-services leaders that have topped profit forecasts and boosted guidance are (NFLX) (ticker: NFLX), (PANW) (PANW), (CRM) (CRM), and (INTC) (INTC).
Cheniere Energy (LNG) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Perrigo (PRGO) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.