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Facebook to compete with LinkedIn

Facebook started testing of a new feature that will allow companies to publish a list of open positions, and to receive feedback directly on the social network. Thus, Mark Zuckerberg’s company is actually going to enter into an open confrontation with LinkedIn, which receives a large part of its...

An Update On Wells Fargo’s Management

Rabusch to say goodbye to Wells Fargo. According to Reports the president of Funds at Wells Fargo will be retiring soon. The president Karla Rabusch held the position at Well Fargo besides heading the Wells Fargo Funds Management. She began her journey at Wells Fargo back in the year of 1997....

Musk On Tesla’s ‘Self-Driving’ EV: Autopilot

Amid criticisms, competitions and conflict, Tesla prepares for its autonomous electric vehicles. Tesla announces to be the first U.S. automaker to create completely “self-driving” electric cars. The Models of X, S along with “new model 3 sedan” will be made with “the hardware needed for full...

Americans work longer than Europeans

As shown by a recent study, Americans are more industrious than their European counterparts. They spend more time at work, and in addition, they retire later. The study calculated the number of hours that Americans and Europeans spend at work. The researchers found out that an average European...

First jobs of the most famous American billionaires

None of the current billionaires was born rich and successful, and their wealth had not suddenly jumped to billions of dollars. Every well-known modern American investor or financier had his own long and thorny road, only their first steps were completely different. Many famous people admit that...

US business schools are losing students

Two-year MBA courses are the most common way to obtain a master's degree in the United States. However, in 2016, their popularity is declining, says Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), an organization that conducts GMAT testing for ability to study in business schools. For the first time...

Ex-Tesco Executives Have Been Accused For Committing Fraud

SFO carried out an investigation against the former Tesco executives, while the final sentence is still being waited upon. After the investigation carried out by the Serious Fraud Office, the three former executives of “Tesco” were pleaded of not being guilty of committing fraud. The charges were...

Class Action Against Wells Fargo Filed By Two Former Employees

The troubles for Wells Fargo & Co seem to have just begun.   After the US regulators pulled up the bank for irregularities related to fraudulent credit card accounts, seeking $2.6 billion or more for workers who tried to meet aggressive sales quotas without engaging in fraud and were...

Tony Blair: From business to charity

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said he is going to shut down his consulting business Tony Blair Associates and related venture capital structures Firerush and Windrush. Statement of the former Prime Minister of Great Britain was seen as a recognition of the fact that commercial activities...

Eight hundred of US companies may be advised to renew their board of directors

Google’s parent company Alphabet and Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway may be the first among more than 800 US companies to renew their board of directors, taking into account new recommendations on voting for shareholders. ISS consulting company gave recommendations to companies, which boards of...
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