Walmart confirmed in February that it plans to roll out a subscription-based program called Walmart+, but it hasn’t revealed details.
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Samsung did not provide a breakdown of how each unit performed in Tuesday’s guidance but flagged a one-off gain in the display business, which counts Apple as a customer.
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“We’re simply asking them to ensure that people are safe and our democracy is protected,” NAACP CEO Derrick Johnson said ahead of a meeting with Facebook top brass.
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Harvard Business School professor Len Schlesinger and RSE Ventures Co-founder Matt Higgins discuss why direct-to-consumer channel businesses, like teledentistry company SmileDirectClub, must implement a strategy that moves them beyond DTC in order to thrive – and how to make that change. This episode is based on the Harvard Business School case, “SmileDirectClub: Better is Better.”
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Dozens of small businesses that handle last-mile deliveries for Amazon received PPP loans.
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The monumental challenge of tackling venture capital’s systemic lack of diversity is going virtual with programs from Diversity VC and Included VC moving online.
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“Do I think that the current crisis is one that potentially dooms Facebook? The answer is no,” says Harvard Business School professor David Yoffie. But, says Yoffie, “the longer-term danger to Facebook is that Mark’s position on content curation is ultimately going to seriously impact the brand.”
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Silicon Valley has leaned left for decades, but heading into the 2020 election, the disparity between donations to Democrats and Republicans has never been greater.
Read more: Tech workers are opening their wallets to beat Trump even with stock prices soaring and profits near records