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HP Wants Xerox

Xerox Considers Takeover Offer for HP

Xerox Holdings Corp. has set its sights on a takeover of personal-computer and printer maker HP Inc., an audacious move that would unite two fading stars of technology. Xerox is considering making a cash-and-stock offer for HP, which has a market value of about $27 billion...

By | November, 6, 2019|Categories: Articles, Featured|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Under Armour Accounting Issues

Under Armour Shares Plunge

Under Armour's accounting practices are under investigation in the United States, heaping pressure on the struggling company as it seeks to reverse years of lackluster sales. The sportswear maker acknowledged in a statement Sunday that it faces probes from the US Department of Justice and the US Securities and Exchange Commission...

By | November, 5, 2019|Categories: Articles, Featured|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

A House Divided

On June 16, 1858 Abraham Lincoln made a speech in which he referred to the problem of slavery as a "House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand." Of course, his prophesy became fact on April 12, 1861 when the South attacked Fort Sumter South Carolina setting off a war that would last for 4 years and cost over 600,000 American lives. In the end, the brutal act of slavery was abolished, and the South was destroyed...

By | November, 4, 2019|Categories: Articles, Featured|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Twitter Vs. Facebook

Twitter vs. Facebook

Twitter Inc. and Facebook Inc. are staking out starkly different positions about how to handle political ads, but it is unclear how either approach will prevent the spread of misinformation. Some social-media websites have banned ads related to candidates, political parties and legislation. But blocking issues-based advertising, such as ads from advocacy groups or trade organizations, can be hard to enforce...

By | November, 1, 2019|Categories: Articles, Featured|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Where Did 40 Billion Go?

There have been some spectacular failures in the wild and wacky world of tech startups (check Uber and Lyft) but nothing can top the implosion of WeWork and its arrogant CEO Adam Neuman. Mr. Neuman had been at the helm of two other startups that went broke, but for some reason people loved to lend him money. One of his biggest supporters was SoftBank Group Corp. and its CEO Masayoshi Son who lent the startup billions...

By | October, 31, 2019|Categories: Articles, Featured|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments