Google Fires another 4 Employees Over Repeated Violations

Google sent a memo to its staff on Monday announcing that it has fired four employees active in labor organizing this Monday.  The tech giant released a memo regarding the firing. The company previously fired two more employees citing repeated violations of its data security practices. In an email titled, “Securing Our Data” the company […]Read More

CVS Shares Rise after Starboards Value’s Investment

CVS Health Corp. recorded an ascent in its share value after activist investment firm Starboard Value LP bought a stake in the healthcare company. The Wall Street Journal reported that the investment firm was in talks with CVS’s top management. The news had a positive impact on drugstore chain’s shares, which rose up by 1.7% this […]Read More

Alibaba Shares Make A Powerful Hong Kong Debut

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba made its debut on the Hong Kong market this Tuesday, marking a solid start. This was in striking contrast to other hyped up IPOs like Uber, that disappointed investors on their first day. A premium on New York Alibaba made the biggest IPO this year on Hong Kong, and investors went […]Read More

Goldman Sachs Advises Investors to Buy Chinese Yuan

Wall Street major Goldman Sachs has recently shown a positive stance on Chinese Yuan. The multinational investment bank claims that the US government will take back the additional tariffs laid on China. It has also displayed a keen interest in Indonesian rupiah. Goldman acknowledged that its progress is because of the high-interest rates in the […]Read More

HP Suffers A Dip In Shares Owing To Low Revenues

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. experienced a 4% drop in its shares in the after-hours trading this Monday. The technology company suffered the loss as its fourth-quarter revenue could not live up to experts’ estimates.  Company executives have blamed abnormally lengthy sales procedures on bigger deals for the plunge. It is believed that geopolitical and economic […]Read More

Judge Orders CBS To Disclose Records Related to Viacom Deal

The CBS and Viacom deal is creating controversy regarding the shady roles of the Redstone family and their plans to benefit unfairly from the merger. Now, a Delaware judge has ordered CBS to disclose their internal records related to the deal. An inquiry into the company Judge Joseph Slights of the Court of Chancery, Delaware […]Read More

China and the US Finally Making Some Progress on Phase

Chief negotiators on both sides held two calls within two weeks to cut Phase 1 of the China-US trade deal. The call brought US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He together. Working on resolving issues The US and China have “reached consensus on properly resolving relevant […]Read More