A Business Roundtable survey released Monday found that 98 percent of CEO members said proposed tax hikes would have a “significant adverse effect” on their ability to compete.
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Zuckerberg Group ‘Donated’ $7.4 Million to Detroit to “Dramatically Expand Voter Education and Outreach”
“We must not let a shadow government run our elections to the benefit of favored candidates and political parties”
A U.S. appeals court said a man who created a mayonnaise-ketchup blend he called “Metchup” cannot sue Kraft Heinz Co for selling a similar condiment called “Mayochup,” but ordered reconsideration of whether to cancel his trademark registration.
U.S. President Joe Biden told a meeting with executives from major companies to discuss the global chip shortage on Monday that he has bipartisan support for legislation to fund the semiconductor industry.
General Motors Co’s marketing and promotional spending will return to normal levels after the COVID-19 pandemic caused that budget to drop last year, the U.S. automaker’s top marketing officer said on Monday.
Volvo Cars said Monday it will use a new generation of high-powered chips from Nvidia Corp to enable more autonomous driving functions in future vehicles, starting next year.
Airbus on Monday announced the biggest shake-up in its top ranks since Chief Executive Guillaume Faury took the helm two years ago, sparked by the departure of two key executives.
Nvidia Corp’s first-quarter revenue will be above its earlier forecast of $5.3 billion, the chipmaker said on Monday, as it benefits from strong demand for chips that power data centers and cryptocurrency mining.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc executives are examining how well the bank navigated several major market events this year that caused extreme volatility, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
GameStop Corp is looking for a new chief executive to replace George Sherman as it pivots from being a brick-and-mortar video game retailer to an e-commerce firm, three people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
The U.S. government posted a March budget deficit of $660 billion, a record high for the month, as direct payments to Americans under President Joe Biden’s stimulus package were distributed, the Treasury Department said on Monday.
The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones indexes were set to open lower on Monday after closing at record levels in the previous session, as investors geared up for the start of the earnings season and a key inflation report this week.
The head of the World Trade Organization said on Monday a meeting this week to tackle “glaring” inequity in COVID-19 vaccine allocation will be attended by major manufacturers and look at solutions such as firing up idle or under-used manufacturing plants in Africa and Asia.
The U.S. economy could see a significant rebound this year thanks to accommodative monetary and fiscal policy, but the labor market still has much room for improvement, Boston Federal Reserve Bank President Eric Rosengren said on Monday.
The chief executive of Intel Corp told Reuters on Monday the company is in talks to start producing chips for car makers to alleviate a shortage that has idled automotive factories.
Homebuilders are regularly raising prices, putting buyers on waiting lists, taking bids for lots and in some cases even holding lotteries
U.S. State Department names former ambassador Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley as first chief diversity officer
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Monday named Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley as the State Department’s first chief diversity officer, a position created to make the U.S. diplomatic corps more representative.
France is bailing out stricken Air France-KLM via a one billion euro share issue that will more than double its stake in the airline to nearly 30% while its Dutch co-owners ruled out taking part in the refinancing, terms of a proposed capital increase showed on Monday.
The head of the group advising the European Union on its green finance rules has urged Brussels to resist political pressure to weaken them, saying the credibility of the regulation is at stake.
More than 4 million unemployed Americans aren’t looking for work out of fear of the coronavirus, even as new cases continue decreasing and vaccinations become widely available.
Twitter reportedly censored sports journalist Jason Whitlock over his criticism of Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors over her purchase of a $1.4 million home in a mostly white neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Report: Facebook Has Ignored ‘Politically Manipulative Behavior’ by Third-World Dictators and Politicians
The Guardian alleges in a recent report that Facebook has continued to allow world leaders and politicians to use its platform to lie to the public and harass political opponents, especially in third-world countries, despite being alerted to evidence of the situation.
HSBC has banned customers of its online share-trading platform from buying or moving into their accounts MicroStrategy Inc stock, a message seen by Reuters showed, calling it a “virtual currency product”.
Asian shares started cautiously on Monday as investors wait to see if U.S. earnings can justify sky-high valuations, while bond markets could be tested by what should be very strong readings for U.S. inflation and retail sales this week.
Microsoft Corp said on Monday it would buy artificial intelligence and speech technology firm Nuance Communications Inc for about $16 billion in cash, as it builds out its cloud strategy for healthcare.
Nvidia Corp on Monday said it plans to make a server processor chip based on technology from the United Kingdom’s Arm Ltd, putting it in the most direct competition yet with rival Intel Corp and adding a layer of complexity to the antitrust review of Nvidia’s $40 billion deal to buy Arm.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged governments on Monday to consider imposing a “solidarity or wealth tax” on the rich – who made money during the coronavirus pandemic – in a bid to cut extreme inequality.
The U.S. Federal Reserve is monitoring the implosion of New York fund Archegos Capital and analyzing why some banks suffered billions of dollars in losses, but the incident does not raise broader systemic risk worries, Fed Chair Jerome Powell said.
While men have traditionally held the title of “breadwinner,” times are changing. These days, moms are the sole or primary provider for their households more than 40% of the time.
Shares of Tesla climbed 3% on Monday after Canaccord Genuity raised its rating on the electric car maker to “buy” and compared its brand to Apple.
Twitter Inc will open its first African office in Ghana, it said on Monday, as the social media company seeks to make inroads in some of the world’s fastest-growing markets.
Activist investor Legion Partners Asset Management LLC has nominated seven directors to sit on specialty retailer Genesco Inc’s eight-person board, according to a letter made public in a filing on Monday.
When Resorts World Las Vegas announced Fred Segal as its first retail partner, I fished through my closet for a pair of Fred Segal shirts.
Fencing put up Saturday outside Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill in Burbank after court order electricity shutoff
‘That’s Not Orwellian, THIS Is Orwellian’: Aussies Mulling ID For Access To Facebook, Twitter, Tinder
The Australian government is mulling a proposal which would require citizens to provide at least two forms of identification if they want to use social media
Remember when plug-in hybrid cars were the go-to technology for the climate-conscious driver? Turns out, they’re not good for the environment, according to some experts, and they could be phased out by carmakers in the face of tougher European rules.
Alibaba Group will introduce measures to lower entry barriers and business costs faced by merchants on e-commerce platforms, CEO Daniel Zhang said on Monday, after an antitrust probe found the firm had abused its dominant market position.
Retailers, restaurants and theatres in India’s richest state are reeling under the impact of harsh restrictions imposed last week by authorities scrambling to curb a resurgence in COVID-19 cases.
U.S. President Joe Biden’s interim regulators are wasting no time unraveling Wall Street-friendly measures introduced under former Republican President Donald Trump, using quick-fix legal tactics.
Chinese regulators have fined Alibaba 18 billion yuan ($2.75 billion) – around 4% of its revenues in 2019 – for violating anti-monopoly rules and abusing its dominant market position.
Intel Corp’s Mobileye has teamed with four-year-old Silicon Valley startup Udelv in an effort to put automated electric delivery vehicles into service in the United States by 2023, the companies said on Monday.
MicroStrategy Inc, a major bitcoin corporate backer, said on Monday its non-employee directors will get fees for their services in bitcoin, instead of cash.
China has imposed a sweeping restructuring on Jack Ma’s Ant Group, the fintech group whose record $37 billion IPO was derailed by regulators in November, underscoring Beijing’s determination to rein in its internet giants.
Tammy is a luxury Real Estate agent who holds Real Estate licenses in both Texas & Florida. She worked her way up to GM of her family’s automotive business. Tammy is known as a saavy negotiator & hardworker.
For many investors, the appointment of former army general Joaquim Silva e Luna as the new chief executive of Brazil’s state-run oil company Petrobras was unexpected – and unwelcome.
New bank loans in China rose more expected in March from the previous month due to strong corporate and household demand, as the central bank walks a tightrope between supporting the rapidly recovering economy and containing debt risks.
Robotic process automation startup UiPath Inc is targeting a valuation of nearly $26 billion in its U.S. initial public offering (IPO), a regulatory filing on Monday showed.
United Airlines said it expects first-quarter revenue to drop by 66%, which is near the lower end of its prior forecast, buoyed by improving demand for domestic travel.
Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei Technologies is making business resilience its top priority with a push to develop its software capabilities as it seeks to overcome U.S. restrictions that have devastated its smartphone business.
Eight years ago this month Jerome Powell, still in his rookie year as a Federal Reserve governor, surveyed the U.S. job market and declared it was good enough for the central bank to reduce the support for the economy it had rolled out to fight the 2007 to 2009 financial crisis.
Cybersecurity company KnowBe4 Inc, backed by private-equity firm KKR & Co and funds affiliated with Goldman Sachs, said on Monday it was aiming for a valuation of up to $3 billion in its initial public offering in the United States.
Darktrace, the British cyber security firm backed by tech entrepreneur Mike Lynch, fired the gun on its $4 billion London listing on Monday, aiming to raise new funds to accelerate product development and strengthen its balance sheet.