As we've noted many, many, many, many, many, many times before, fortune tellers and "psychics" are garbage entertainers who prey on the weakness of the gullible and vulnerable for financial gain. And it turns out that several of the most infamous "psychics" in the city have come out and admitted as much. [ more › ]
British former tabloid news editor Rebekah Brooks is to return to Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp as chief executive of its UK division, the Financial Times reported on Friday. Brooks, who formerly edited The Sun and The News of the World, resigned as chief executive in 2011 at the height of a...
LONDON, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Rebekah Brooks will return to her old job heading Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper division, according to the Financial Times and New York Times, just over a year after being cleared of criminal charges in a phone-hacking scandal. Show More Summary
As chaos took over the financial markets on Monday and investors went into panic mode, one Japanese day-trader managed to hit the jackpot by perfectly timing the meltdown, and walked away with $34 million. He even Tweeted a step-by-step narrative of his success to 40,000 followers.
Financial Times Former News Corp. executive Rebekah Brooks, who was cleared last year of charges related to the News of the World phone hacking scandal, will soon ascend to the top job in News Corp’s UK division, the Financial TimesShow More Summary
You don't have to hire a professional to get your financial life in order. Here are steps for putting together your own financial plan. It's not complicated or hard, it just takes some time and thought. The DIY Financial Plan; No Advisor Needed appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
Each month, we book time with some of our company’s top financial brain power to answer questions about investing and your finances. This month we’re talking about China’s impact on our markets and economy, what’s going on with commodity prices and how commodities can play a role in individual investor portfolios.
The former Beats Music CEO was instrumental in developing Apple's Beats 1 radio station and nudging the company to take on Spotify. Ian Rogers, a key music executive at Apple, has resigned from the company, the Financial Times reports. Show More Summary
Apple Music just lost a key executive behind Apple’s Beats 1 radio. The CEO of Beats Music when the company was bought by Apple last May, Ian Rogers unexpectedly quit, the Financial Times reports. (subscription required.) Rogers led development of the Beats 1 Radio service for Apple Music. Show More Summary
Ian Rogers, one of the key executives behind the Apple Music launch, has now left Apple, the Financial Times reports. Rogers originally headed up the Beats Music subscription service prior to the company’s acquisition by Apple in 2014,...Show More Summary
The Financial Times reported this morning that Ian Rogers, the former CEO of Beats Music, the streaming service that Apple acquired in 2014 as part of its $3 billion acquisition of Beats, has left the company. Rogers was responsibleShow More Summary
At a recent City Club of Portland talk, the former chief financial correspondent of The New York Times, Floyd Norris, spoke about the “corporate tax illusion.” The phrase refers to the accounting and legal tricks that corporate giants...Show More Summary
Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, Earlier this week, as the financial world was mesmerized by a min-stock market crash, the Financial Times published a dastardly little piece of fascist propaganda. There is no more egregious anti-liberty economic policy imaginable than banning cash. Show More Summary
Well, that may not be what they intended to point out, but it is in fact what they pointed out, according to the International Business Times. According to the paper: "Critics point to the results in France and Italy, which have their own financial tax regimes. Show More Summary
Apple Music senior director and former Beats Music CEO Ian Rogers has resigned from Apple nearly two months after the launch of Apple's streaming music service, the company confirmed to the Financial Times today. Rogers was among a group of executives that joined Apple last year when the iPhone maker acquired Beats for $3 billion. Show More Summary
Ian Rogers, one of the key people behind Apple's Beats 1 radio service launch in June, has left Apple, the Financial Times reported Friday Rogers, who joined Apple together with Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine after the company acquired Beats...Show More Summary
Apple Music executive Ian Rogers is leaving the company, the Financial Times reports. Formerly CEO of Beats Music, Rogers joined Apple last year when it acquired his company for $3 billion (£1.9 billion). Since then he has led the development of Beats 1, hiring former BBC presenter Radio 1 presenter Zane Lowe as the face of the new project. Show More Summary
Pakistan is a responsible nuclear state, an Islamabad official told The Financial Times, commenting on reports that Pakistan could be set become the world's third-largest nuclear power within a decade.
It seems that Apple Music has missed a beat today, with key executive Ian Rogers reportedly leaving the company, according to the Financial Times. Rogers was instrumental in crafting Apple’s online radio strategy, joining the company last year when it acquired Beats in a $3 billion deal. The timing of the departure is unexpected, coming only two […]
Being a NASCAR team owner isn’t cheap, offers little financial reward and comes with a high risk of failure. The adage has been said so many times that determining who the first to say it is difficult. Regardless, in many ways it's the...Show More Summary