Business

Beer giant AB InBev says alcoholic sparkling waters are helping offset weaker sales of Budweiser. [...]
Thu, Feb 25, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
Chip maker Nvidia’s strong results were offset by worries about production constraints and growing opposition to its proposed acquisition of Arm Holdings. [...]
Thu, Feb 25, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
Analysts forecast a fourth-quarter loss of $2.73 billion as stock compensation tied to the company’s initial public offering is expected to weigh on its bottom line. [...]
Thu, Feb 25, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
The app’s revenue is projected to jump threefold as food-delivery skyrocketed during pandemic. [...]
Thu, Feb 25, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
Barley exports are expected to rise, with farmers finding new customers and growing new crops, showing the limits of Beijing’s trade pressure. [...]
Thu, Feb 25, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
Filings for initial unemployment claims have held at a high level since the start of the year and could for a few weeks be affected by job disruptions from severe winter storms across the country. [...]
Thu, Feb 25, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
The Ad Council and COVID Collaborative are rolling out coordinated ad campaigns from multiple brands as part of a broad effort to combat hesitancy among some people to take Covid-19 vaccines. [...]
Thu, Feb 25, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
WeWork co-founder and former CEO Adam Neumann is set to reap an extra $50 million windfall and other benefits as part of an agreement to settle a bitter dispute he and other early WeWork investors have waged with SoftBank, according to people familiar with the matter. [...]
Wed, Feb 24, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
A rally in everything from stocks to oil shows investors believe growth is coming. Here’s what the markets are telling us. [...]
Wed, Feb 24, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
The privacy regulator overseeing Facebook, Google and Apple in the European Union expects to boost its tally of big tech decisions this year—and rejects complaints that its enforcement has been too slow. [...]
Wed, Feb 24, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
Muriel Wilkins, cofounder of the executive coaching firm Paravis Partners, says that starting a leadership role at a new company or via internal promotion is demanding. Doing so remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic is even more challenging. She says that new senior leaders must focus on two things: connectivity and [...]
Tue, Feb 09, 2021
Source: Harvard Business Review
Martin Lindstrom, founder and chairman of Lindstrom Company, says that many companies are still held back by doing things the way they've always done them, or failing to break down bureaucracy. For Lindstrom, it's not just about getting away from bureaucratic norms for the sake of innovation, but because so [...]
Tue, Jan 19, 2021
Source: Harvard Business Review
Mimi Nicklin, a business coach and executive, has seen many leaders blame poor performance and communication on generational differences. But she argues managers should spend less time forcing Millennial and Gen Z employees to conform to company culture and more time on perspective taking and listening. In her experience, practicing [...]
Tue, Jan 12, 2021
Source: Harvard Business Review
Barry Nalebuff, professor at Yale School of Management and cofounder of Honest Tea, says too many companies shy away from cooperating with a competitor, and they’re leaving value on the table. He says even when working with other companies to find mutual benefits is not a clear win, cooperating may [...]
Tue, Dec 08, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Race at Work is an HBR Presents podcast hosted by Porter Braswell about the role race plays in our careers and lives. In this episode, he speaks with Donna Johnson, former chief diversity officer at Mastercard, about leading the charge on changing company culture and how diversity can drive real [...]
Thu, Dec 03, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Jeff John Roberts, an author and journalist, dug deep into the world of cryptocurrency to figure out what the rest of us really need to know about it. He acknowledges that the proliferation and volatility of digital currencies can make them seem like a fad but argues that the oldest [...]
Tue, Dec 01, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Women at Work is a podcast from Harvard Business Review that looks at the struggles and successes of women in the workplace, hosted by HBR's Amy Bernstein, Amy Gallo, and Emily Caulfield. In this episode, you'll hear about the tension that comes from feeling like you are a shy person, [...]
Mon, Nov 23, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Sunil Gupta, Harvard Business School professor, has spent years studying successful digital strategies, companies, and leaders, and he's made Amazon and its legendary CEO Jeff Bezos a particular areas of focus. Drawing on his own in-depth research and other sources, including a new collection of Bezos' own writing, "Invent and [...]
Tue, Nov 17, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Ellen Ernst Kossek, management professor at Purdue University, is researching how the pandemic is putting an enormous strain on working parents and the new challenge that poses for their managers. She shares how supervisors can offer much-needed consistency and predictability for working parents on their teams. She also outlines specific [...]
Tue, Nov 10, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Suzanne Peterson, associate professor at Thunderbird School of Global Management, says many talented professionals get held back from leadership roles because of relatively intangible reasons. She argues aspiring managers can intentionally alter their everyday interactions in small ways to have a large influence on their professional reputation. She explains how [...]
Fri, Nov 06, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review

 

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