Airbus Announces Flying Car Prototype By End of 2017
Road congestion is set to become a thing of the past if recent pronouncements by Airbus Group are anything to go by.
According to Reuters, Airbus Group CEO Tom Enders has announced that the company intends to have a [..]
Apple Cuts Tim Cook’s Pay By 15% for Missing Sales Goals. Here’s How Much He Makes Now
Apple has cut its CEO, Tim Cook’s salary by 15 percent following a decline in its annual sales. The iPhone maker penalized Tim Cook for the company missing its target which led to its first revenue slump in 15 years.
Millennials Aren’t As Entrepreneurial As Once Thought. Here’s Why.
Millennials. Generation Y. Digital Natives. Generation Rent. Echo Boomers. The Me Me Me Generation. Chances are if you’ve read an article about customer engagement or entrepreneurship in the last few years, you’ll [..]
Uber Loses $ 800 Million in the 3rd Quarter, But Revenue Is Up
Even though Uber Technologies Incorporated exited from the Chinese market, its financial losses remain mind-boggling. Are you aware that the company has lost at least $2.2 billion in the first 9 months of the Financial Year [..]
Google Plans to Run on 100% Renewable Energy in 2017
Google has announced that their global operations will be powered by 100% renewable energy by next year, 2017. This setup includes all the data centers around the world and the offices intended for over 60,000 staff members. [..]
Barbara Corcoran Calls Chris Sacca ‘Arrogant': “I’m Gonna Go Over and Knock Him Off His Chair”
Barbara Corcoran is not a fan of Chris Sacca. When I say “not a fan” what I mean to say is that she cannot stand the man. In this Business Insider video, Corcoran tells her true feelings about [..]
Starbucks CEO, Howard Schultz, Stepping Down
Starbucks CEO and Chairman Howard Schultz- the expansion-oriented, espresso fanatic from Seattle who transformed the fortunes of a local coffee house into a world-famous brand with $21 billion in sales and over 25,000 [..]
Samsung Under Pressure to Split the Company
2016 has been a bad year for Samsung. First it was recalling of the Samsung Galaxy 7 and then there were the 2.8 million washing machines. Political scandals have also caused the company’s offices in Seoul to be raided on [..]