Microsoft Corp will launch commercial cloud services Azure and Office 365 (cloud computing platforms) through data centres in India before the end of 2015, told Satya Nadella, the Microsoft CEO who is currently visiting India, to the press on Monday. Show More Summary
By Stephen Percoco, CFA: On July 24, in conjunction with its earnings conference call, Brightcove (NASDAQ:BCOV) cut its outlook for 2014 revenues and non-GAAP earnings. It reduced its full-year revenue guidance from $126-$130 million to $122-$123.5 million, a decline of 4.1% measured at the midpoints. Show More Summary
Was the New Deal actually market-friendly, maybe even something Reagan would have done? New York's Jonathan Chait suggests so, in a revisionist account of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's signature array of depression-fighting policies. Show More Summary
Brutalist buildings build and deconstruct themselves over and over again in these GIFs made with procedural modeling. As far as entertainment value goes, architecture-related GIFs usually don't have much on cat GIFs, fail GIFs, or GIFs of Oprah surrounded by swarms of bees. Show More Summary
The Daily Californian, Campus Law School Proposes Tuition Increase: In addition to the proposed supplemental tuition increase, Berkeley Law anticipates systemwide as well as campus tuition increases. Berkeley Law projects that these increases will total a 5.4-percent increase for California residents, raising the total cost of attendance from $51,320 to...
By Callum Turcan: As WTI fell from over $100 to the lower $90's, it brought the whole E&P space down with it. One example of the carnage is Oasis Petroleum (NYSE:OAS), which fell from $56.50 back in July to $42.56 as of last Friday. This has created a great entry point into a solid mid-cap play on the Bakken/Three-Forks growth story. Show More Summary
Ebola is a terrifying virus, and it's in Dallas. But that's no reason for panic in the United States. First, Ebola isn't spread through the air like a cold, only through close contact with body fluids, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and a patient is only contagious when he or she is showing symptoms. Show More Summary
When a city runs out of space, why not start building communities in neglected places? As London struggles to build affordable new housing for a quickly growing population, one designer has a suggestion: New communities could sprout up on rooftops and in place of old parking garages, with architecture inspired by centuries-old local design. Read Full Story
Mike Bradley/Bloomberg via Getty Images By Elvina Nawaguna WASHINGTON -- Borrowing by U.S. small businesses fell sharply in August, data showed Wednesday, a sign firms were pausing to consolidate recent investments in their operations. The...Show More Summary
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LONDON (Reuters) - Pershing Square Holdings, one of Bill Ackman's investment funds, said on Wednesday it had completed a $2.73 billion placing ahead of a stock market listing in Amsterdam. The firm added the exercise of an over-allotment option would see the value of the placing rise to S$3 billion. Show More Summary
If the 2016 general election campaign were truly underway today, the debate about foreign policy among the mainstream presidential candidates would extend only from support for President Obama's war on ISIS to criticism of the plan for not being aggressive enough. Show More Summary
By Scott Crowe: Scott Crowe is the Global Portfolio Manager for the Resource Real Estate Global Opportunities Fund and the Resource Real Estate Diversified Income Fund. Previously, Mr. Crowe was the lead Global Portfolio Manager for Cohen & Steers, and prior to this held the position of Head of Global Real Estate for UBS Equities Research. Show More Summary
Welcome to the new season of This Is Your Life. In this eleventh episode, Michele Cushatt, my co-host, and I talk about how to know if you are a leader—or not. You’ve heard it before: everyone is a leader. If you have influence—and you do—you are a leader. But, honestly, it takes a little more […]
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Why is that? Is the world so unfair? Actually, it might be because the other guys took the time and invested the effort to build a movement. They showed up, every time, again and again. They never contemplated that they...
Shares of Angie's List were up as much as 22% in pre-market trade on Wednesday after a report by The Financial Times' Ed Hammond said the company has hired bankers to, "help it explore strategic options, including a possible sale ofShow More Summary
What stays with you latest and deepest? of curious panics, Of hard-fought engagements or sieges tremendous what deepest remains? - From The Wound-Dresser by Walt Whitman