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Indian-born Parag Agrawal took over as the CEO of Twitter as co-founder Jack Dorsey stepped down for the second time in his career. Agrawal is the fourth person to take the reins a
“As long as there is a need, Petrobras will be [there] because of its efficiency and low carbon content,” Joaquim Silva e Luna, chief executive, Petrobras.
San Francisco braces for the likely arrival of the new Covid-19 variant known as Omicron. The latest variant has a reproduction rate of two.
Dan Loeb’s hedge fund Third Point made a profit of about $300 million from its stake in electric car maker Rivian’s blockbuster US IPO earlier this month.
Our stories in the December issue of Industry Leaders cover savvy Entrepreneurs under 30 and celebrate the success of Hanna Hennig, CIO at Siemens AG, under Green Revolution. Every story from the business magazine breaks down barriers to innovation and promotes a new thought of success and leadership. Happy reading!
More than half of the companies that raised more than $1 billion for initial public offerings are now trading way below their listing price.
Citadel Founder Ken Griffin bought a first print of the US Constitution for $43.2 million in a Sotheby auction, the broker house announced Friday.
SoftBank backed Fortress Investment Group is planning to acquire Accordia Golf, which operates around 170 golf courses in Japan, in a $3.5 billion deal.
What if instead of working for a paycheck, you could work and earn a digital dollar? It sure sounds too good to be accurate, but it’s the future of money today!
Elon Musk, Tesla chief and a Twitter aficionado, spent his weekend asking more than 60 million of his followers to decide via a poll whether he should sell more than $20 billion wo
The world’s first-ever floating and transparent Sky Pool debuts in the heart of Vauxhall in London. The jaw-dropping phenomenon has been making headlines ever since it opened.