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Chenault dealt with crises, competition as head of American Express
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    859 Visits
NEW YORK - Kenneth Chenault, wearing no sport coat and no tie, with a large cup of tea in front of him, fits an image of a man ready for retirement. Chenault is days away from stepping down as the chief executive officer and chairman of American Express, the credit card giant and one of the most iconic brands in the country. He will have run American Express for 17 years, guiding the company throu ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Nazi past followed Ikea founder to his death
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    920 Visits
In 1943, Ingvar Kamprad was a 17-year-old budding entrepreneur selling udder balm, picture frames and other small-town wares from his home in rural Sweden. That year, he founded a mail-order company called Ikea, initials taken after his name and that of his family's farm. His first employee was his close friend Otto Ullmann, an Austrian Jew about his age whose parents had sent him to Sweden t ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Apple's stock sinks as high hopes for iPhone X sales fade
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    546 Visits
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple's stock is backtracking from its recent highs amid mounting concerns that iPhone X sales will fall short of the high hopes for a device that brought facial recognition technology and a $1,000 price tag to the company's flagship product line. Speculation about disappointing demand for the iPhone X have been swirling for the past week, contributing to a 6 percent decl ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Europe ready to hit back if Trump imposes anti-EU trade measures
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    324 Visits
BRUSSELS - The European Union said Monday that it stands ready to hit back "swiftly and appropriately" if U.S. President Donald Trump imposes unfair trade measures against the 28-nation bloc. The EU's warning comes less than 24 hours after Trump expressed his annoyance with EU trade policy, saying it "may morph into something very big." The standoff contrasted sharply with relations during th ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
United's Kirby goes rogue with plan that may spur lower airfares
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    978 Visits
Scott Kirby has a very specific view about how the three U.S. hub-and-spoke airlines work best, having managed two of them. In his current job as president of United Continental Holdings, Kirby's role is to oversee a major overhaul of how the carrier operates, beginning with a broad restructuring of its three domestic-focused hubs in Houston, Chicago and Denver. By United's math, this tr ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Chenault dealt with crises, competition as head of American Express
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    423 Visits
NEW YORK - Kenneth Chenault, wearing no sport coat and no tie, with a large cup of tea in front of him, fits an image of a man ready for retirement. Chenault is days away from stepping down as the chief executive officer and chairman of American Express, the credit card giant and one of the most iconic brands in the country. He will have run American Express for 17 years, guiding the company throu ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Nazi past followed Ikea founder to his death
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    285 Visits
In 1943, Ingvar Kamprad was a 17-year-old budding entrepreneur selling udder balm, picture frames and other small-town wares from his home in rural Sweden. That year, he founded a mail-order company called Ikea, initials taken after his name and that of his family's farm. His first employee was his close friend Otto Ullmann, an Austrian Jew about his age whose parents had sent him to Sweden t ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Apple's stock sinks as high hopes for iPhone X sales fade
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    971 Visits
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple's stock is backtracking from its recent highs amid mounting concerns that iPhone X sales will fall short of the high hopes for a device that brought facial recognition technology and a $1,000 price tag to the company's flagship product line. Speculation about disappointing demand for the iPhone X have been swirling for the past week, contributing to a 6 percent decl ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Europe ready to hit back if Trump imposes anti-EU trade measures
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    333 Visits
BRUSSELS - The European Union said Monday that it stands ready to hit back "swiftly and appropriately" if U.S. President Donald Trump imposes unfair trade measures against the 28-nation bloc. The EU's warning comes less than 24 hours after Trump expressed his annoyance with EU trade policy, saying it "may morph into something very big." The standoff contrasted sharply with relations during th ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
United's Kirby goes rogue with plan that may spur lower airfares
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    377 Visits
Scott Kirby has a very specific view about how the three U.S. hub-and-spoke airlines work best, having managed two of them. In his current job as president of United Continental Holdings, Kirby's role is to oversee a major overhaul of how the carrier operates, beginning with a broad restructuring of its three domestic-focused hubs in Houston, Chicago and Denver. By United's math, this tr ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Chenault dealt with crises, competition as head of American Express
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    427 Visits
NEW YORK - Kenneth Chenault, wearing no sport coat and no tie, with a large cup of tea in front of him, fits an image of a man ready for retirement. Chenault is days away from stepping down as the chief executive officer and chairman of American Express, the credit card giant and one of the most iconic brands in the country. He will have run American Express for 17 years, guiding the company throu ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Nazi past followed Ikea founder to his death
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    257 Visits
In 1943, Ingvar Kamprad was a 17-year-old budding entrepreneur selling udder balm, picture frames and other small-town wares from his home in rural Sweden. That year, he founded a mail-order company called Ikea, initials taken after his name and that of his family's farm. His first employee was his close friend Otto Ullmann, an Austrian Jew about his age whose parents had sent him to Sweden t ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Apple's stock sinks as high hopes for iPhone X sales fade
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    376 Visits
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple's stock is backtracking from its recent highs amid mounting concerns that iPhone X sales will fall short of the high hopes for a device that brought facial recognition technology and a $1,000 price tag to the company's flagship product line. Speculation about disappointing demand for the iPhone X have been swirling for the past week, contributing to a 6 percent decl ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Europe ready to hit back if Trump imposes anti-EU trade measures
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    860 Visits
BRUSSELS - The European Union said Monday that it stands ready to hit back "swiftly and appropriately" if U.S. President Donald Trump imposes unfair trade measures against the 28-nation bloc. The EU's warning comes less than 24 hours after Trump expressed his annoyance with EU trade policy, saying it "may morph into something very big." The standoff contrasted sharply with relations during th ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
United's Kirby goes rogue with plan that may spur lower airfares
Business
Published in 30-1-2018
    188 Visits
Scott Kirby has a very specific view about how the three U.S. hub-and-spoke airlines work best, having managed two of them. In his current job as president of United Continental Holdings, Kirby's role is to oversee a major overhaul of how the carrier operates, beginning with a broad restructuring of its three domestic-focused hubs in Houston, Chicago and Denver. By United's math, this tr ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com


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