Business

The U.S. employment report for September will show whether the job market continued cooling last month as high inflation and rising interest rates weighed on the economy. [...]
Fri, Oct 07, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
President Biden said options are being weighed, but “we haven’t made up our minds yet” as the output cut threatens to push energy prices higher again weeks before the midterm elections. [...]
Thu, Oct 06, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
Elon Musk said the truck can travel 500 miles on a single charge [...]
Thu, Oct 06, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
Memory-chip and smartphone businesses are feeling the effects of curbed consumer spending on tech products. [...]
Thu, Oct 06, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
The move marks the first time a Netflix film runs in AMC and Regal theaters, which have long refused to show the streaming giant’s titles. [...]
Thu, Oct 06, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
The company cites a weaker-than-expected PC market and “significant inventory correction actions across the PC supply chain.” [...]
Thu, Oct 06, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
Levi posted a slight sales boost in the latest quarter in the face of currency fluctuations and supply-chain challenges that the company said hampered its sales. [...]
Thu, Oct 06, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
The negotiations are centered on ensuring that Elon Musk’s debt financing will remain in place and on conditions to stay litigation over the deal until it closes. Both parties are racing to seal a pact by Monday, a person familiar with the matter said. [...]
Thu, Oct 06, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
The head of the IMF said policy makers must do more to reduce inflation, noting that raising interest rates and other measures are needed despite the short-term pain they could cause. [...]
Thu, Oct 06, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
The German sportswear giant says it has worked to privately resolve disputes over its contract with the musician and designer. [...]
Thu, Oct 06, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
Artificial intelligence technology has been advancing, and businesses have been putting it into action. But too many companies are just gathering a bunch of data to kick out insights and not really using AI to its fullest potential. Joshua Gans, professor at Rotman School of Management, says businesses need to [...]
Tue, Oct 04, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
Influential business and management ideas have tremendous influence over us. Like it or not, they shape how organizations are run and how people around the world spend their days. And Harvard Business Review has introduced and spread many of these consequential ideas since its founding in 1922. HBR IdeaCast is taking [...]
Thu, Sep 29, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
Rolling Stone launched in 1967 with a mission to not only redefine music journalism but also chronicle important societal changes. Under the leadership of founding editor and publisher Jann Wenner, it published work from some of the 20th century’s greatest writers, reporters, designers and photographers. He explains how he identified [...]
Tue, Sep 13, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
Work-life support programs have long been known to lower turnover and raise employee loyalty. But new research shows they also have a positive effect on promoting diversity among managers at those firms, an effect that’s even stronger than that of some popular racial-equity programs. Alexandra Kalev chairs the Department of [...]
Tue, Sep 06, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
It might still seem like a buzzword, or something that only matters to tech CEOs. But Matthew Ball, CEO of Epyllion and the former global head of strategy for Amazon Studios, says the metaverse is the "new internet" – and that it's already here. He argues that companies large and [...]
Tue, Aug 30, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
It's a dilemma facing more and more brands: should you sell your goods on Amazon? It's the most visited e-commerce platform in the U.S. and the dominant retailer in 28 other countries. But that reach comes at a price. There are downsides like costs, competition, and lack of data. Ayelet [...]
Tue, Aug 23, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
Around the world, we've become increasingly cynical about other people, public institutions, and corporations. In Edelman's 2022 Trust Barometer, nearly 60% of respondents across 27 countries reported that their default is to distrust. And that's very bad for business, says Stanford University associate professor of psychology Jamil Zaki. He says [...]
Tue, Aug 02, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
For many of us, uncertainty is nerve-wracking. However, many of our best achievements and meaningful experiences come from a trying time of ambiguity. INSEAD professor Nathan Furr and entrepreneur Susannah Harmon Furr argue that uncertainty and possibility are two sides of the same coin. By learning to welcome and cope [...]
Tue, Jul 26, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
Despite the investments made in the last few years, many companies are falling short of their diversity, equity, and inclusion aims. Some firms have faced difficulty spreading their DEI efforts top-down throughout the organization. Trier Bryant, the cofounder and CEO of Just Work, details why and shares a framework that [...]
Tue, Jun 14, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
Kathryn Judge, a finance professor at Columbia Law School, is troubled by the rise of intermediary platforms between products and services and the customers who eventually purchase them. Thanks to technology and globalization, she shows how the importance of “middlemen” in the value chain has increased, along with the length [...]
Tue, Jun 07, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review

 

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