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Two weeks after Papa John's blamed NFL player protests for its flat sales, the company attempted a reversal. But in the current political climate, consumers aren't letting brands have it both ways.
A housecleaning at GE’s board will remove many long-term associates of former Chief Jeff Immelt and aims to create a board that is more closely aligned with CEO John Flannery’s strategy to streamline the ...
As Amazon sells Chinese cloud hardware assets to comply with new local rules, it's worth looking at just how challenging China has been for U.S. tech giants flying high elsewhere.
A decade ago, Microsoft sank $240 million into Facebook. The company may be starting to exit the investment, which could boost future Microsoft earnings.
Who is the Surface Book 2 designed for? The truth lies somewhere between the providing what is possible and what is practical. Now the first reviews of the Surface Book 2 have now appeared, and Microsoft’s excessive levels of power has been welcomed. What does the internet think?
A recent sell-off in the stock of Baker Hughes, a GE-owned company, might mean a chance to buy the shares at a bargain, a report in Barron's financial newspaper said. It said it planned to get rid of its 62.5 percent stake in Baker Hughes. GE, which completed its merger with Baker Hughes in July, is required by contract to wait two years from the completion date before it can sell unless Baker Hughes gives it permission to start exiting before then, Barron's said in its Nov. 20 edition.
This weekend's Barron's takes a look at how the holiday outlook has brightened for some retail chains. Other featured articles discuss a long-suffering tech giant finally showing signs of renewed life ...
A preliminary deal to sell 36 A380s to Emirates blew up in an Airbus hospitality chalet moments before the Gulf carrier was expected to shower $30 billion on the planemaker and its U.S. rival Boeing at the start of last week's Dubai Airshow. Two top Emirates officials broke the news to Airbus CEO Tom Enders and his sales chief John Leahy that the widely expected $16 billion deal would not be signed that day, leaving uncertainty over the future of the world's largest jetliner. The halt came so swiftly that Airbus PR executives who were already in place for a double-signing ceremony a hundred yards away found themselves awkwardly among the audience as Boeing walked away with the sole Emirates order, worth $15 billion.
Two of this week’s milestones in the history of technology connect three generations of hackers: MIT’s Tech Model Railroad Club; Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, Bill Gates and Paul Allen; and Mark Zuckerberg and the rest of today’s Silicon Valley.