Puerto Rico lures blockchain industry to help fund its comeback

Blockchain companies are now looking at Puerto Rico as a viable hub for the rapidly growing crypto industry.


Amazon's cloud is looking at building a corporate training service

Amazon's cloud unit has begun building software that companies can use to show employees educational content.


Location to top academic institutions is key to being a landlord for biotech

Joel Marcus, Alexandria Real Estate Equities CEO, discusses key locations that are driving the success of his business in real estate for biotech companies.

United States

Arnold Schwarzenegger says he wants to sue big oil companies for murder

Schwarzenegger is planning on taking on big oil companies for "knowingly killing people all over the world" in the name of their product, USA Today reports.


Schumer praises Trump for killing Broadcom bid to buy Qualcomm

Schumer urged greater scrutiny of foreign entities that seek controlling stakes in U.S. companies.


Companies to airlines: We don't want your cheapest airfares

Companies and corporate travel programs say they're shunning airlines' basic economy fares because they're too restrictive.


'Westworld,' 'Roseanne' battle for influencers at SXSW

Big media companies like HBO invest in immersive experiences for small groups of influencers at SXSW.


Companies in Asia have been supplying luxury goods to North Korea despite sanctions: Report

Asian companies have been selling luxury goods to North Korea, according to a leaked UN report draft, the BBC reported.


Inventor of the world wide web attacks big tech companies over 'questionable' political ads

Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the world wide web, is fed up with major tech companies and their inability to protect the internet from fake news and other security threats, the FT reports.


Companies are putting tax savings in the pockets of shareholders —share buybacks are double what they were a year ago

Share buybacks in 2018 have averaged $4.8 billion a day, double the pace for the same period last year, TrimTabs says


Honeywell, other US companies look to benefit from China's gigantic 'Belt and Road' initiative

China's "One Belt, One Road" program is showing up in the earnings calls of some major companies around the world.

United States

WeWork is on an acquisition spree — and they’re all over the board

WeWork has been acquiring a wide variety of companies at a rapid pace, Recode reports.


The SEC just made it clearer that securities laws apply to most cryptocurrencies and exchanges trading them

The SEC is looking to apply securities laws to everything from cryptocurrency exchanges to digital asset storage companies known as wallets.


UnitedHealthcare says it will pass on rebates from drug companies to consumers

The health insurer said that it would share millions of dollars in discounts from drug companies with its customers.


Sheryl Sandberg says she 'will not rest' until women run half the world's countries and companies

Sheryl Sandberg says she and others like her "will not rest" until women run half the world's countries.


Mnuchin backs tariffs, but says country 'not looking to get into trade wars'

Mnuchin says the U.S. is not provoking a global trade war but instead wants its companies to get equal treatment.

United States

Trump to meet executives of companies that use steel and aluminum to discuss tariffs

U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to meet on Thursday with executives of U.S. companies that use steel and aluminum to discuss his proposed tariffs.


Filling up your retirement account with bitcoins and ripples is a risky move

Companies are increasingly offering so-called bitcoin IRAs. But there are risks you should know.


Our companies must not cross "bright red line" on corruption: Temasek Holdings

Temasek called on firms it has stakes in not to cross "red line" after a bribery scandal at Keppel Corporation.


Companies projected to use tax cut windfall for record share buybacks, JP Morgan says

Companies will buy back a record amount of their own shares, with nearly half funded with the windfall from tax cuts.


The dangerous new dance as corporations balance business and social risk

Consumers expect action from companies on social issues. Here's how to manage the balancing act, says Barie Carmichael.

United States

Trump says fed govt lawsuit against drug companies over opioid crisis 'will happen'

Prescription opioids, heroin and fentanyl caused most of the 62,000 fatal drug overdoses seen in the U.S. in 2016.


What companies and trade groups are saying about Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs

Here's a list of the companies and trade groups with their responses to the tariffs.

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