• Morning News: August 10, 2018

    8 monthes ago - By Crossing Wall Street

    Japan's Economy Rebounds as Business Spends on Labor-Saving Tech
    As Chinese Investors Panic Over Dubious Products, Authorities Quash Protests
    In Times of Trade War, Companies Get Creative to Avoid Tariffs
    Behind the $90 Billion Brawl Over Credit Card Swipes
    WeWork Raises $1 Billion in Debt From SoftBank as Revenue Doubles
    Amazon's Spending on the Cloud Is Growing, but Not Nearly as Fast as Facebook's
    Dropbox Falls as COO Resignation Overshadows Earnings Beat
    How Elon Musk's Twitter Blocking Could Land Him In SEC Trouble 5 Reasons Why Disney Will Trade At $150 By End Of Next Year
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  • Emerging Currencies, Citgo Seizure, Tesla Board: CEO Daily for August 10, 2018

    8 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Good morning. Time for Friday feedback.
    Several CEO Daily readers rose to my challenge in Wednesday's piece on Elon Musk to answer the question: When in the history of business have the outspoken opponents of transparency and scrutiny turned out to be the good guys?
    GS came back with the most obvious example-indeed, the one Musk may be channeling-Steve Jobs.
    "I don't know if Steve Jobs was a good guy, which depends on how you define what good guy means, also I don't really care if he wasn't. Good/bad can't deny Apple under his leadership became one of the greatest companies in business...
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