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New Zealand company successfully finishes a four-day working week experiment

During March and April 2018, 240 employees of the New Zealand financial company Perpetual Guardian, managing legacies and trust funds, have been involved in an experiment. They were working four days a week and were very pleased with the results. The number of employees who consider that it is...

Jeff Bezos: When will the richest person on Earth get problems in his company under control?

The head of Amazon Jeff Bezos once again became the richest man that ever walked on the earth. But even a fortune of $ 151 billion does not guarantee that all the problems that have accumulated in numerous billionaire companies will disappear. Amazon.com is the largest company in the field of...

People Should See The Real Elon Musk, And Not The Twitter Blaster: Tech Analyst

According to a tech analyst, the tweets by Tesla chief Elon Musk detract from his mission.   The world needs to see the real Elon Musk.   "The public perception of Elon Musk more recently is he is thin-skinned and short-tempered," said tech analyst Gene Munster in an interview with...

UBS To Switch Its Luxembourg Wealth Management Head

Mottas to explore “other opportunities” in UBS. There are a quite few shuffles lined up for Swiss bank UBS in the coming months as the bank has plans of changing the Luxembourg wealth management’s leaders in the month of October as the said region seems to undergo changes. Moreover, the bank will...

No Plans To Part With Real: C.E.O of Metro

On Metro’s Real, the chief executive says that the company is “successfully set up for the future”. The C.E.O of Retailer Metro, Olaf Koch, informed that the company is not planning to sell Real, “its German hypermarket chain”.   Metro’s expansive business reach was being restructured...

Pfizer To Split The Company In Three Units

Following a “natural evolution” and the market strength, Pfizer has announced a breakup into three units. Pfizer Inc, the drug manufacturer of the U.S., informed that the company will be splitting the “business into three units”, namely “innovative medicines, established medicines and consumer...

Pay For Chinese Film Stars Capped By Regulatory Authorities

Chinese authorities have blamed its entertainment industry for fostering “money worship” and “distorting social values” and have set a cap on the salaries for celebrities.   A joint notice from China’s five government agencies which include its tax authority, the television and film...

VHP, a discrete place to design

Ever noticed how innovation, before it becomes hyped by voluble salesmen and loud advertising, happens in quiet and secretive labs? There’s a reason for that, and it’s not only protecting secrets and patents. Banknote-paper producer VHP belongs to velvet layer of the innovation world behind the production units.

A Wave Of Staff Suicides A Decade Ago Will See French Telecom Executives Facing Trial

The alleged role of employee suicides of top officials of a France Telecom Didier Lombard would now be investigated by French courts about a decade after the incidents had occurred.   Among those accused include the head of the telecom company and six other executives as well as the telecoms...

UK To Issue New ‘Start-Up Visa’ To Facilitate Faster Entry For Entrepreneurs

United Kingdom has announced the issuing of a new form of visa doe entrepreneurs known as “start-up” visa. This is a reflection of the increasing concern about restrictive visa policies of the UK.   According to the Home Office of the UK, this new visa class would take the place of the visas...
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