Infosys needs a candidate who can continue with the turnaround of the company that departing CEO Vishal Sikka started.
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Salesforce says its partnership with AWS is helping grow its international sales, which hasn’t grown into a bigger part of the business yet.
Read more: Salesforce’s partnership with Amazon is helping solve one of its biggest problems
Apple has scaled its ambitions for self-driving cars, but continues to work on technology to license to other car-markers, the New York Times reports.
Read more: Apple’s search for the next big thing: how its ambitious plan to build a car collapsed
Jim Cramer has his eyes on an energy asset sale that could make major waves on Wall Street.
Read more: Cramer Remix: Why these US oil fields may be about to make a big market impact
Jim Cramer uses technician Bob Moreno’s charts to understand the major effect Netflix has on the broader market.
Read more: Cramer takes to the charts to uncover the true power of Netflix
Born in Monterey, Felipe Delgado (MBA 2018), knows Mexico well. With three years of pre-MBA banking experience, and a stint with a renewable energy startup, Felipe has a firm grip on the “corporate side” as well.
Read more: “Uncertainty Makes It More Interesting”
“What gets measured gets managed” is a longstanding business aphorism. But today’s sales technologies enable companies to measure almost anything, which leads many managers to try to measure everything. As a consequence, managers don’t have a clear sense of what is really driving sales in their business, while salespeople, who are inundated with dozens of metrics, get lost in the day-to-day noise. The result is poor management of what matters.
Read more: Find the Right Metrics for Your Sales Team
Six months into the new regime, Harvard Business School professor Michael Wheeler took a look at the progress (or lack thereof) that Gravity Payments had made, and juxtaposed it with another wage-increase experiment, at Ivar’s Salmon House, a Seattle restaurant.
Read more: Turns Out A ,000 Salary Doesn’t Always Buy Happiness
Jim Cramer examined Foot Locker’s latest quarter and the stock’s post-earnings drop.
Read more: Cramer Remix: You can never look at Foot Locker the same way again
Jim Cramer sat down with ADP CEO Carlos Rodriguez, who spoke to his company’s proxy fight with billionaire Bill Ackman.
Read more: ADP CEO says Bill Ackman, on phone call, refused to meet because he needed ‘leverage’ over board