President Donald Trump has threatened tariffs on another $300 billion worth of Chinese goods — but Chinese PC-maker Lenovo is prepared to shift its production if that happens, says its CFO Wai Ming.
Read more: Tech giant Lenovo says it’s ‘well-prepared’ if the US slaps more tariffs on China
Uber’s Jump debuted a fleet of 350 of the red e-bikes as part of a trial in the London borough of Islington.
Read more: Uber launches its Jump bikes in London, a city already awash with bike sharing
Autodesk sees lower revenue than analysts had expected in the upcoming quarter.
Read more: Autodesk falls on weak quarterly results and disappointing guidance
Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison disclosed a $1 billion stake in Tesla in late December. It’s now worth about $580 million.
Read more: Oracle’s Larry Ellison got crushed on his Tesla investment this year
Facebook also says it’s reacting faster to illicit sales of drugs and firearms.
Read more: Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook spends more on safety than Twitter’s whole revenue for the year
BOSTON—Researchers from Harvard Business School’s Project on Managing the Future of Work and Boston Consulting Group’s Henderson Institute today released Future Positive: How Companies Can Tap Into Employee Optimism to Navigate Tomorrow’s Workplace, which provides a first-of-its-kind global outlook on how business leaders and middle-skills workers view the forces shaping the future of work. At a time when the future of work discussion is dominated by reports of widespread fear, the research found that middle-skills workers see opportunity in changes and are optimistic for their future job prospects.
Read more: Harvard Business School, BCG Researchers: Workers Optimistic While Business Leaders Struggle to Grasp Forces Changing the Workforce
BOSTON—Brandon Rapp (MBA 2019) has been selected as the student speaker for Harvard Business School’s Class Day celebration, held this year on Wednesday, May 29. Rapp was chosen by his peers through an audition process that included more than 50 student speeches.
Read more: Brandon Rapp Named Harvard Business School’s 2019 Student Class Day Speaker
With Amazon and Walmart facing regulatory hurdles in India, Reliance’s Mukesh Ambani is gearing up to launch an e-commerce platform.
Read more: Asia’s richest man to challenge Amazon’s Jeff Bezos in India
Research analyst Adam Jonas, a long-time Tesla bull, said it’s extremely unlikely that big tech firms like Apple or Amazon would buy it.
Read more: Don’t expect Apple or Amazon to buy Tesla, Morgan Stanley analyst warns investors