Starbucks' tech-savvy CEO is embracing human-centered design now more than ever as COVID-19 shapes consumer behavior.
As Washington edges closer to a deal on coronavirus stimulus, a senior Goldman Sachs executive expects “trouble ahead” if there isn’t more federal assistance for cash-strapped small business owners.
According to Roubini, the U.S. still needs a “significant fiscal stimulus” of “at least $1.5 trillion for the next few months,” or the economy will slow down further.
'As we continue to drive the recovery, we are also building resilience for the future by accelerating the transformation of our business,' says CEO Kevin Johnson.
Billionaire investor and tech entrepreneur Steve Case, the co-founder of AOL says Congress needs to focus on the country's startup ecosystem in its next round of stimulus
Bill Ackman also says its' the best time to open a restaurant in New York City as exorbitant street retail rents will fall.
'So, we're looking to marry a unicorn. So we're prettying ourselves up for the most attractive possible partner,' says Ackman.
Walmart will give its workers the day off on Thanksgiving, in addition to special cash bonuses this summer, as a reward for rising to the challenge of the coronavirus pandemic.
Goldman Sachs' startup consumer bank has seen "tremendous tailwinds" in the acceleration of digital-only banking during COVID-19 lockdowns.
Walmart (WMT) will require all customers and employees to wear face masks at all of its locations beginning July 20
Goldman Sachs (GS) reported stronger-than-expected second-quarter earnings results on Wednesday, as surging revenues despite the pandemic buttressed the bottom line and its stock price.
Billionaire investor Chamath Palihapitiya shared his views on why the thinks Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is both interesting and spectacular.
Sam's Club has seen a marked shift in customer behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic, including rising demand for contactless shopping and varying phases of product needs.
Targeting big tech is 'more a reflection of the moral temperature of society than it is on anything necessarily nefarious that these tech businesses are going to do or have done,' says Chamath Palihapitiya.
The pandemic — which is impacting workers at all income levels — is exacerbating unfavorable socioeconomic and gender trends.
Billionaire bond investor Jeffrey Gundlach believes the Fed's feats of lending and bond buying may come back to haunt policymakers.
'I think that whatever the consensus is on the so-called shape of the recovery, I'm taking the under,' says Jeffrey Gundlach, the CEO of DoubleLine Capital.