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Dior owner tops list of world's richest billionaires

Owner of Dior and Louis Vuitton has overtaken the founder of Amazon to top the list of the world's richest billionaires, updated in real time. His fortune has grown by more than $110bn since March last year. Bernard Arnault, the head of the LVMH holding company that owns Louis Vuitton and Dior,...

Power At The Workplace Should Not Be Abused, Says Microsoft CEO Nadella

Executives of companies should not abuse the power that are allocated to them, believes Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.   This was the first comments from a top executive of the company following media reports about Bill Gates, the co-founder and original CEO of Microsoft, had been engaged in...

Adidas head expects casual fashion boom once people return to office after COVID

Employees who work from home "in flip-flops and tracksuits" will be difficult to persuade to return to formal wear, says the head of Adidas. He believes that after the pandemic, trainers and T-shirts will become office fashion. The global trend of employees returning to the office after working...

culture and leadership: The taoïst leader

This article has been written in collaboration with Laurent Chateau (1), specialist in Taoist Leadership ™. This research specifies how the leader of the times to come will need to install a triple harmony: inside himself, inside his organization and his teams, to better see it appear in our plan...

New Study Finds 75% Large Listed Companies Short On Their Climate Commitment

According to an analysis conducted by sustainable finance firm Arabesque which focused on the shortcomings of corporate pledges to take action to tackle climate change, less than 25 per cent of the large public companies of the world are doing something on their own to address the climate crisis....

EU Unveils Rules On ‘Green’ Reporting By Companies And Defends Its Efforts

The decision of the European Union to formulate new regulations that would require companies to show investors how climate change will affect their activities was defended by it on Wednesday as the EU said that it would be years for a global approach on this matter to mature.   Absolutely...

Credit Suisse announces management resignation over Greensill and Archegos Capital scandals

Swiss bank Credit Suisse has announced a management reshuffle, a cut in its year-end dividend and the scrapping of bonus payments to its board members. All of these decisions are linked to the collapse of two of Credit Suisse's big clients last month: fintech start-up Greensill Capital and...

Google to spend $7bn to create 10,000 jobs in the US

Google will invest $7 billion to expand its business in the United States, The Wall Street Journal reports. The company intends to double its office space and open several new data centres in the country within a year. As a result, the corporation will increase the number of its full-time employees...

Britain’s New Proposal To Significantly Change Running And Auditing Of Firms

Following the collapse of retailer BHS and builder Carillion, the British government has proposed to weaken the market dominance of the “Big Four” auditors while making the directors of the company responsible personally for failing to spot fraud.     If companies were to collapse or...

Ant Group CEO resigns

CEO of Ant Group has resigned from his position - according to the company, of his own volition. Bloomberg previously reported that employees at Jack Ma's fintech company are leaving, unhappy with the disruption of what could have been the world's largest IPO. Simon Hu, CEO of Chinese fintech...
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