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Wyoming regional media nonprofit WyoFile has been diving deep into local news for almost ten years

As the saying goes in Wyoming, the state is “a small town with very long streets,” according to Matthew Copeland, a longtime Wyoming resident and freelancer who recently assumed the post of chief executive and editor at digital news outlet WyoFile. The state’s small-town nature contributes to the success of a news organization like WyoFile,...

The NHS and social care must stop bickering over funding | Niall Dickson

With both parts of the system under pressure, blaming each other will do nothing to help those who rely on services Niall Dickson is chief executive of the NHS Confederation A comprehensive settlement for funding social care remains elusive. Show More Summary

What millennials want from their CEOs: Activism

Americans, on the whole, aren’t so sure how they feel about chief executives speaking up about social issues such as climate change or President Trump’s travel ban. Some like the idea, especially if they agree with the CEO, making them more likely to buy products from a company with which they agree. Others wish CEOs would just be […]

SpaceX may have canceled Red Dragon Mars mission

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SpaceX may have canceled Red Dragon Mars mission LOS ANGELES — SpaceX may have canceled its mission to Mars with a Red Dragon capsule that was set for 2020. Company Chief Executive Elon Musk retweeted a story late Friday afternoon titled “SpaceX skipping Red Dragon for ‘vastly bigger...

Qatar Airways CEO apologizes for 'grandmothers' comment, but rivals aren't forgiving

The chief executive of Qatar Airways has never minced words when talking about his U.S.-based rivals. But Akbar Al Baker admits he went too far earlier this month when he compared the crews on his airline with those of U.S.-based carriers. “By the way, the average age of my cabin crew is only 26...

SpaceX may have canceled Red Dragon Mars mission

SpaceX may have canceled its mission to Mars with a Red Dragon capsule that was set for 2020. Company Chief Executive Elon Musk retweeted a story late Friday afternoon titled “SpaceX skipping Red Dragon for ‘vastly bigger ships’ on Mars” that was published on Tesla enthusiasts blog Teslarati. The...

Theresa May's handlers blocked her from meeting CEOs for a year, which explains why she was so tone deaf when it came to business

LONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May was blocked from meeting business leaders for a year by her former staff chiefs Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, according to the Financial Times. When she did meet executives from the real world outside...Show More Summary

10 things you need to know before European markets open

Good morning! Here's what you need to know. 1. Deutsche Bank is planning for a "reasonable worst-case" Brexit, Chief Executive John Cryan said. Cryan said that the bank would be significantly affected, though in a way different from other banks because Deutsche Bank already has a headquarters in the EU and operates with a branch in London. 2. Show More Summary

Will serverless functions beat DevOps in race to democratize analytics?

Enterprise data scientists and developers fed up with data that just sits there and doesn’t make money might take heart in a prediction from Ali Ghodsi (pictured), chief executive officer and co-founder of Databricks Inc. “Data warehousing...Show More Summary

Can big data DevOps see what abstraction is hiding?

DevOps that have worked well in other areas of information technology can’t hack it in big data, according to Ash Munshi (pictured), chief executive officer of Pepperdata Inc. “While agile and all that still works, the tools don’t work,” Munshi said in an interview at this year’s Spark Summit in San Francisco, California. Show More Summary

Major company CEOs made 271 times the typical U.S. worker in 2016

CEO pay may not be quite as high as it once was, but the numbers still dwarf the pay earned by the typical worker. Chief executives of America's 350 largest companies made an average of $15.6 million in 2016, or 271 times more than what the typical worker made last year, according to the Economic Policy […]

Honda-Waymo Talks Stuck in Slow Lane, CEO Says

Seven months after Honda Motor announced plans to collaborate with self-driving car pioneer Waymo LLC, little progress has been made, Honda’s chief executive said.

Gov. Bullock hires top aide with national Democratic ties

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has hired a former executive director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee as his new chief of staff. Bullock said Thursday that Tom Lopach will replace … Click to Continue »

Chicago schools chief vows classes will start on time

Chicago Public Schools officials are promising that school will open on time regardless of whether a critical funding law is enacted. Forrest Claypool is the school district's chief executive officer. … Click to Continue »

Mazgaon Dockyard Recruitment 2017 – Direct Link to Apply!

Mazgaon Dock Shipbuilders Limited has announced a recruitment drive to fill 30 vacancies. These vacancies are invited for the post of Chief Manager, Manager, Assistant Manager, Senior Engineer (on GATE 2015/2016 Score Card) & Executive Trainee. Show More Summary

Feedback-seeking CEOs boost firm performance

For chief executive officers who want to boost their company's bottom line, it pays to be humble. In fact, something as simple as seeking feedback from those who work closely with the CEO has important payoffs.

CEO pay remains high relative to the pay of typical workers and high-wage earners

Chief executive officers of America’s largest firms earn far more today than they did in the mid-1990s and especially since the 1960s or late 1970s. They also earn far more than the typical worker and their pay has grown much faster than the pay of both typical workers and top 0.1 percent earners.

SoftBank CEO sees massive data, AI as key to future advances

Masayoshi Son, chief executive of SoftBank Group Corp., says artificial intelligence combined with data gathered by billions of sensors will bring on an "information revolution," that will benefit people more than the 19th Century Industrial Revolution.

Our public health guardians have been asleep at the wheel as vaginal mesh tragedy unfolds | Danny Vadasz

We diminish the tragedy by characterising the cases as unrepresentative of typical outcomes, but we must admit our current system has failed us Danny Vadasz is the chief executive officer of Health Issues Centre It seems inconceivable that the tragedy of failed vaginal mesh implants could have continued undetected for 16 years. Show More Summary

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