Today, of days, was the perfect time for Donald Trump to go after the Affordable Care Act — a.k.a. Obamacare. After all, there's the news that insurance premiums will rise on average 25 percent next year and that in some health careShow More Summary
SILICON VALLEY — Tesla Motors was ranked one of the least-reliable car companies in America by Consumer Reports on Monday, just ahead of its third-quarter earnings report. The Palo Alto-based car maker now ranks No. 25 out of 29 for reliability, per the report, based on annual surveys of the magazine's subscribers. Show More Summary
Apple forecasts slimmer-than-expected profit margins as iPhone sales decline for third successive quarter. ||| Cupertino, California - Apple Inc posted its third successive quarter of declining iPhone sales on Tuesday and forecast slimmer-than-expected...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors are set to begin the upcoming NBA season with large expectations. Even after their shocking NBA Finals defeat against the Cleveland Cavaliers, where they held a 3-1 series lead, they still returned the two-time MVP in Stephen Curry and two Olympic gold medalists in Draymond Green and Klay Thompson. Then on July 5th everything changed.
What's the point in rooting for Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football against the Minnesota Vikings?
One of the fastest way to personal growth is to establish expertise. Your wealth increases and your authority increases. I found out through my speaking career that unless you are a celebrity, the way to get paid to speak is to be an expert. Show More Summary
Wells Fargo, staggered by a scandal tied to bogus consumer accounts and allegations of identity theft, is responding like most big companies with a sullied reputation: with an ad campaign promising to “make things right” for its alleged victims, without being too specific about how. The campaign...
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein may seem at ease in front of cameras or when speaking at conferences — but he says he's on edge all the time. "I live in fear that one of my tens of thousands of employees... will do something wrong,...Show More Summary
As we approach election day, small business owners and prospective buyers should brush up on where each candidate stands when it comes to the issues that influence their companies and employees most.
Saudi Arabia, the most powerful political and economic player in the Middle East and the de-facto leader of the oil producers cartel OPEC, is having a tough couple of years thanks to the crash in the price of oil. The world's most crucial...Show More Summary
For the first time in forever, Walt Disney is combining its animated legacy with hardcore star power.
In the latest blockbuster media merger, AT&T announced over the weekend that it will pay $85.4 billion to buy Time Warner (the media company that owns Warner Bros. Studios, CNN and HBO, not the cable company recently purchased by Charter Communications). The deal doesn’t pose the kind of clear...
Mark Zuckerberg is famous for that hoodie he wears. A thousand people who failed without you hearing about it also wore hoodies.
Last week, Jame O'keefe and Project Veritas Action potentially altered the course of the U.S. election, or at a minimum raised serious doubts about the practices of the Clinton campaign and the DNC, after releasing two undercover videos...Show More Summary
Donald Trump on Monday defended himself against the latest allegations of sexual misconduct by pointing out that the accuser worked as an adult film actress. "One said, 'He grabbed me on the arm.' And she's a porn star,” Trump said in an interview with a New Hampshire radio station. “Now you know,...
To the editor: The Pentagon demanding that enlistment bonuses for nearly 10,000 California National Guard soldiers be paid back is yet another instance of us doing wrong by our military. In what other workplace would people be hired, paid an upfront bonusand then be told 10 years later, “Oops,...
Consumer Reports ranked Tesla 25 out of 29 brands on its annual automotive reliability survey
Wells Fargo's illegal cross-selling and fraudulent account creation practices appear to have caught up with the bank, just days after CEO John Stumpf announced his surprise resignation. As Bloomberg reports, management consultancy cg42...Show More Summary