A little more than half a century ago, a battle ensued between Ford Motor Company and Ferrari S.p.A. to manufacture a supercar that would win the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race.
US Industrial Production rose just 1.4% MoM (vs +2.5% expected)...
MALL VACANCY RATES AT AN ALL-TIME HIGH
In his new book "The Dictatorship of Woke Capital," Steve Soukup explores the rise of progressivism as a cultural force and explains why corporations increasingly are taking sides in politics.
by Tyler Durden Monday, Apr 12, 2021 - 09:25 AM 100 top CEOs and business leaders have agreed to band together and fight 'restrictive' voting laws designed to strengthen the integrity of elections, such as voter ID, after a weekend Zoom summit durin
Uber could start delivering cannabis once federal regulation allows the company to do so, CEO Dara Khosrowshahi told CNBC on Monday.
Standard Oil and Rockefeller is known for the massive Monopoly they had in the early decades of the oil era.
The COVID-19 pandemic turned malls and offices into some of the quietest corners of the U.S. last year. The question is how much activity will return now that lockdowns have eased and vaccinations are increasing.
Walmart is closing hundreds of in-store McDonald's locations that have seen diminished foot traffic during the pandemic, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
"Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day, teach him to fish and he will destroy the planet..."
Alibaba founder Jack Ma is apparently still in the dog house six months after criticizing Beijing's regulation of the Chinese tech industry as "stifling innovation" at an obscure tech conference.
'Complete and utter crap.' That's how Bill Michael, until recently UK chair of global accountancy firm KPMG, described the concept of unconscious bias to his apparently stunned staff.
...Market Crisis. "There still will be some people who say, 'I'm glad to take my $300 to $400 a week and stay home, rather than go out and work and earn $500 a week."
Boeing has recommended 16 customers address a potential electrical issue in a specific group of 737 MAX jets before further operations.
Tech investor Peter Thiel criticized big U.S. technology companies for being too close to China at a Tuesday appearance at a virtual event held by the Richard Nixon Foundation.
"People aren't investing, they're just chasing."
Wayne Allyn Root: 'Woke' entities could lose 50% or more of their customer base
International Man: The trend of investing in so-called environmental, social, and governance (ESG) companies is growing. Companies are rated based on their carbon emissions, diversity on their board, among other factors. Many companies seem to be ben
If you have ever thought about renting your RV, 2021 is the time to start.