Snap Inc. has laid off at least two dozen people across several divisions within the company, according to the Information, which first reported the news.
Snap has since confirmed these layoffs, which largely affect those on the content teams in the N
China’s economic growth accelerated for the first time in seven years last year, reaching 6.9% on rising demand. But the expansion’s key drivers, from investment to consumption, appear to be weakening.
I should have sold my GE stock at $50 on the day Jack Welch announced that Jeff Immelt would succeed him. Too late now. Should I wait until GE falls to $11, sell now, or hold on for a GE growth revival?
The Bitcoin bubble has sparked fears its rising energy demand will consume the world's entire electricity supply, but Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies won't eat the world's energy supplies - if they remain within a "green zone" of 19% annual growth.
The figures that best capture China’s cyclical turning points—and they don’t include the headline growth data—suggest the 2016 and 2017 rebound was a lot bigger than initially thought. There are two big risks to its continuing
Today's growth industries suggest that human beings are getting sick of other human beings. Yet they may also point to the noblest leadership opportunity of all: To find ways to get fellow human to stop disconnecting, and to find ways to get them to start
E*Trade Financial fared well in 2017, with over 20% growth in revenue in the first 9 months of the year and a more than 40% surge in its stock price over the year. We attribute this growth primarily to revenues from interest earning assets.
SunPower‘s residential business has faced some headwinds in recent years, amid sluggish shipments, particularly to the U.S. market where regulatory uncertainty surrounding net metering and lower electricity prices have impacted shipments growth.
The global economic system is failing to boost living standards for average people around the world and must be reformed to ensure the benefits of growth are spread more widely, the World Economic Forum has warned.
Political and economic uncertainty has pervaded the past year, with the U.S. economy showing signs of growth amid low inflation and a distressed retail segment in 2017. Here’s a look at three commercial real estate trends to watch in 2018.