“The stock reaction would suggest a higher grade, but ultimately, this trend is there is some cautionary tales here,” Loup Ventures’ Gene Munster says.
Read more: Gene Munster: Netflix is a difficult stock to own even after positive earnings
The Microsoft CEO was paid $42.9 million for the 2019 fiscal year, which ended on June 30. That’s up 66% from the previous fiscal year but down from his pay when he took the helm.
Read more: Microsoft gives Satya Nadella a 66% raise, citing ‘strategic leadership’
Netflix makes the case in its shareholder letter that more streaming services won’t curb subscriber growth.
Read more: Netflix to competition: Welcome! Your success will be our success
Before this year, ratings agencies rarely took a stance on how particular cybersecurity incidents could impact a company’s credit or outlook. That is changing, as Moody’s response to the three-day-old Pitney Bowes attack shows.
Read more: In a rare move, Moody’s says it’s paying close attention to Pitney Bowes ransomware attack
IBM’s revenue fell for the fifth quarter in a row, even with contributions from its recent Red Hat deal.
Read more: IBM stock falls on revenue miss
“How many of you notice stores closing where you work and live here in Ohio? Raise your hands,” Yang asked. A number of retailers across the country have been downsizing their footprint as shoppers abandon the mall and head online.
Read more: Andrew Yang turns question on Trump impeachment into a slam against Amazon for hurting retailers
A little over two weeks after withdrawing its IPO filing, WeWork is in need of cash. SoftBank and J.P. Morgan Chase are trying to pull something together.
Read more: SoftBank is in talks with JP Morgan on WeWork bailout as cash expected to dry up by mid-November
We are entering a new stage of understanding of the linkage between investment performance and social impact. Previous approaches, such as socially responsible investing and environmental, social, and governance screening, have obscured the opportunities for higher growth, profitability, and competitive advantage that come from treating social and environmental issues as integral to a company’s core strategic positioning. We term profit-driven social impact “shared value.” Emerging evidence, although still limited and company-specific, suggests that companies that successfully implement strategies to create shared value can deliver superior shareholder returns. Capturing that value, however, will require very different practices on the part of both corporate leaders and investors.
Read more: Where ESG Fails
Klarman Hall opened on October 1, 2018, with a dedication ceremony and daylong symposium. With its soaring atrium and state-of-the-art auditorium, Klarman Hall is a remarkable, world-class convening space. What might not be immediately obvious is the equally remarkable capabilities of the lower-level concourse, which houses the Klarman Studios—two studios for recording podcasts and webinars and a black box film studio. “We wanted to capture the thought leadership that was happening on stage, package it and then send to the world through podcasts, video and all the different ways that people consume information,” explains Chief Marketing Officer Brian Kenny.
Read more: Klarman Studios Celebrates 1-Year Anniversary: Q+A with Studio Manager/Audio Engineer Craig McDonald
A Facebook software engineer told CNBC on Tuesday that he was fired by the company for speaking out about his colleague’s suicide last month.
Read more: Facebook employee says he was fired for speaking out about his colleague’s suicide