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Chevy drove the next-generation Corvette through New York City — and GM CEO Mary Barra was along for the ride (GM)

Chevy has finally confirmed a reveal date for the long-rumored eighth-generation Corvette. The C8 Vette will have a mid-engine design, ending six decades of front-engines only. Chevy took the new Corvette for a drive through Manhattan, with GM CEO Mary Barra in the passenger seat. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The long-rumored eighth-generation Corvette has finally been confirmed. And it won't have its likely twin-turbocharged V8 engine up front — the new Vette will be a...
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Another fishing company owned by D'Esposito family guilty of under-reporting catch

Another company owned by Hawke's Bay's D'Esposito family has been fined for under-reporting its catch.Esplanade No.3 was sentenced on Thursday, following a reserved judgment released in the Wellington District Court, after a lengthy... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Hawke, Esposito, Wellington District Court


Cain's Fed chances in peril as fourth Republican opposes Trump pick

U.S. President Donald Trump's expected nomination of former pizza chain executive Herman Cain to the Federal Reserve appeared in jeopardy on Thursday after a fourth Republican senator voiced opposition, possibly denying Cain the support needed to be confirmed in the post.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Federal Reserve, Donald Trump, Trump, Fed, Cain, Herman Cain


Air New Zealand named Kiwis' most respected brand

Air New Zealand has retained its spot as New Zealand's most reputable brand for a fifth year in a row.The national airline was among nine homegrown brands to place in the top 10, according to the Colmar Brunton Corporate Reputation... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, New Zealand, Colmar Brunton Corporate Reputation


Who is in the driver's seat in battle for South Korean gaming giant Nexon?

The sale of a controlling stake in the parent of South Korean gaming firm Nexon Co is now narrowing to a handful of serious bidders after generating fevered speculation. 
Tags: Money, businessNews, Nexon, Nexon Co


Japan urged G20 to strengthen global coordination - finance minister Aso

Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Thursday he has called on his Group of 20 counterparts to strengthen global coordination to address potential risks to the world economy.
Tags: Japan, Money, businessNews, Aso, Taro Aso


Disney unveils price, launch date for big streaming push

Walt Disney Co priced its highly anticipated streaming video service below Netflix in an aggressive move to challenge the dominant streaming service and entice families to buy yet another monthly subscription.
Tags: Money, Disney, Netflix, businessNews, Walt Disney Co


China's largest stock image provider shuts website after criticism

Visual China Group, China's largest stock images provider, on Friday shut its website to make changes and apologised after it was criticised online and by regulators for selling images which it did not hold the ownership rights to.
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Toshiba shares slump after sale of U.S. LNG business cancelled

Toshiba Corp shares fell more than 5 percent on Friday after an agreement to offload its U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) business collapsed, a blow for the Japanese conglomerate which has been shedding assets to turn around its business.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Toshiba, Toshiba Corp, U S LNG


Spark fined more than half a million dollars for misleading consumers

Telecommunications provider Spark has been fined $675,000 for making false and misleading representations in its customer invoices and when making a $100 credit offer to new customers.Spark pleaded guilty to the consumer law breaches... [Author: [email protected]]
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Singapore central bank stands pat on monetary policy as growth eases

Singapore's central bank on Friday kept its monetary settings unchanged after two consecutive rounds of tightening, as policymakers expect slower growth and inflation for the city state in the face of 'significant' global economic risks.
Tags: Money, Singapore, businessNews


Rite Aid (RAD) Q4 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

RAD earnings call for the period ending March 2, 2019.
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What Is ITIL And Everything You Need To Know About It In 2019

Today, technology and business are linked together. The bond is so strong that take the startups and the business towards the next level. For the constant sustainability and the competitions,… Read more » The post What Is ITIL And Everything You Need To Know About It In 2019 appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Business, Management, Info Tech, ITIL adoption


Disney sees ESPN+ reaching up to 12 million subscribers by 2024

ESPN+, Walt Disney Co's sports video streaming service, could attract between 8 million and 12 million paying subscribers by the end of the fiscal 2024 year, the company said on Thursday.
Tags: Money, Disney, businessNews, Espn, ESPN Walt Disney Co


Corrected: How Uber and Lyft compare on key financial metrics

Uber Technologies Inc’s initial public offering filing on Thursday contains data that will be key to selling itself to investors.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Uber Technologies Inc


Marvel, monsters and 'Mandalorian' coming to Disney+ app

Walt Disney Co unveiled new details on Thursday about Disney+, a family-friendly digital video subscription that is set to debut later this year and compete with Netflix Inc.
Tags: Money, Disney, businessNews, Walt Disney Co


Business and Education: How Nanodegrees Are Changing Things

Nanodegrees are the new face of education and career training. While a four-year-degree can never hurt, businesses are more interested in your on the job skills than whether or not you finished all your gen ed classes. Online learning sources that provide technical education taught by industry experts in very specific areas have gained popularity as a proven career path to high paying positions in business, web development and design and information technology. Are Nanodegrees Recognized? Let...
Tags: Google, Startups, Education, Ibm, Udacity, Others, AT T, Nanodegree


5 Small Village Franchise Business Ideas

Thinking about business opportunities, all we can dream about is of a good place in big city areas with tons of facilities and huge crowds to make maximum profits. But, in reality, business opportunities are not just restricted to big city areas. Many entrepreneurs have made a long way in their business starting from a small town. The rustic culture of the rural areas, clean and green environment far away from the city population and friendly neighbourhoods actually gives birth to plenty of ...
Tags: Startups, Business Ideas, Others


Amazon Japan raises Prime membership fee for first time in 11 years

Amazon.com Inc's Japanese unit raised the membership fee for its Prime service by 26 percent on Friday, the first such hike since it was launched in the country 11 years ago.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Amazon com Inc, Amazon Japan


The Superannuation Fund has divested almost $20m from seven gun-producing companies

The Government's $41 billion sovereign wealth fund has ditched all its investments in companies which produce semi-automatic weapons.The NZ Superannuation Fund now has no involvement with companies that manufacture automatic and... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, NZ Superannuation Fund


Fire tamed at Petronas' flagship Malaysian oil refinery

A fire was brought under control early on Friday after an explosion at a Malaysian oil refinery being developed by national oil firm Petronas, which was testing its facilities ahead of planned commercial operations later this year.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Petronas


FMA wins court battle with ANZ over Ross Asset Management info

The Financial Markets Authority has emerged victorious in a legal battle with ANZ Bank relating to the FMA's ability to share information about the Ponzi scheme run by Ross Asset Management with that company's liquidators.ANZ was... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, ANZ, Fma, Financial Markets Authority, ANZ Bank, Ross Asset Management


Guggenheim’s Andy Rosenfield Drops $33 Million on Brentwood Mansion

Last June, amid some online hullabaloo, billionaire investor Bruce Karsh slapped a $42 million pricetag on his Georgian Regency home in LA’s Brentwood neighborhood. Following a sizable price chop, the estate has sold for $33,500,000, a hefty discount off the original ask and slightly below the $33,721,500 Karsh paid for the property in 2014. The […]
Tags: Real Estate, La, Guggenheim, Brentwood, Guggenheim Partners, Howard Marks, Bruce Karsh, Karsh, Brentwood Mansion, Andy Rosenfield, James Dolena, Michael S. Smith


WTO upholds South Korean ban on Fukushima seafood

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The World Trade Organization has upheld South Korea’s import ban on Japanese seafood from areas affected by the 2011 nuclear disaster in Fukushima. South Korea on Friday welcomed the decision and said it will continue to block all fishery products from Fukushima and seven neighboring prefectures to ensure “only foods […]
Tags: South Korea, Business, News, Nation, World Trade Organization, WTO, Fukushima, Seoul South Korea, Nation & World, Fukushima South Korea




Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission Moves 70,000 Units in Japan

Famitsu’s weekly sales chart column has revealed the collectible card game Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission has sold over 70,000 units on the Nintendo Switch in Japan. From the 1st of April until the 7th of April, Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission sold 70,990 units on the Nintendo Switch, followed by Yoshi’s Crafted World for […]
Tags: Games, Japan, Sales, Nintendo, Anime, TCG, Yoshi, World Mission, Famitsu, Dragon Ball, Nintendo Switch


Tesla made Autopilot a standard feature on all its vehicles and announced sweeping changes to the Model 3 lineup (TSLA)

Tesla announced sweeping changes to its Model 3 lineup on Thursday night. Among those changes, the electric-car maker removed the $35,000 version of the car from its website. The most affordable "Standard" Model 3 can now only be ordered by phone, or in person at a Tesla store. The company cites customer demand for that change, saying the "Standard Plus" version of the Model 3 has sold at "more than six times the rate of Standard." The Long Range, rear-wheel-drive Model 3 will also only be ava...
Tags: Trends, Tesla, Panasonic, Autopilot, Standard, Standard The Long Range, Standard Plus The Long Range, In March CEO Elon Musk


Rocket Lab founder Peter Beck intensifies attack on Capital Gains Tax

Rocket Lab founder Peter Beck took to Twitter to slam the Tax Working Group's capital gains tax proposals within hours of their announcement on February 21."Just saw the NZ capital gains tax recommendations. Taxing IP [intellectual... [Author: [email protected]]
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Rocket Lab founder Peter Beck intensifies attack on CGT

Rocket Lab founder Peter Beck took to Twitter to slam the Tax Working Group's capital gains tax proposals within hours of their announcement on February 21."Just saw the NZ capital gains tax recommendations. Taxing IP [intellectual... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, CGT, Nz, Peter Beck


Amazon Is Gearing Up to Challenge FedEx and UPS

New investments in air cargo transport companies point to development of its own third-party carrier service.
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