The coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to take drastic steps to survive, but will that change the corporation of the future? In this programme, we discuss business philosophy with Irish entrepreneur Andrea Horan, and find out why she decided against expanding her successful nail bar. Plus, Professor Colin Mayer from the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School discussses … Read more Companies after Covid: Will the crisis force a change in business philosophy?
Prime Minister Scott Morrison commends businesses that are reopening this weekend, saying they’re “backing their staff, their communities and their country”, despite a limit of 10 patrons meaning it will be difficult for them to make a profit. Read more here: https://ab.co/2Z534kI For more from ABC News, click here: https://ab.co/2kxYCZY You can watch more ABC … Read more Prime Minister commits $48.1m to mental health, all elective surgeries to recommence | ABC News
May.14 — Zurich Insurance Group AG may have to pay out as much as $750 million this year due to the coronavirus as it grapples with rising claims and volatile markets that have already triggered profit warnings at rivals. Chief Executive Officer Mario Greco discusses the challenges facing the insurance industry in an interview on … Read more Zurich May Pay $750 Million as Insurers Weigh Virus Toll
May.13 — Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. plans in July to start clinical trials of a plasma-derived therapy for Covid-19, which uses blood plasma containing antibodies from recovered coronavirus patients. The Japan-based drugmaker is also forecasting a profit topping estimates. Chief Executive Officer Christophe Weber talks about it all on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.”
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May.12 — Saudi Aramco, the kingdom’s state-controlled oil giant, retained its massive dividend despite a 25% plunge in profit, and signaled it would keep spending in check as it braces for deeper damage from the oil crisis. Annmarie Hordern reports on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” Bloomberg YouTube Channel Saudi Aramco would be paying dividends totalling USD $75 … Read more Saudi Aramco Keeps Dividend Even as Oil Crisis Hits Profit
Debbe Magnusen is the founder of Project Cuddle, a non-profit organization that provides pregnant women in distress with shelter, prenatal care and, in some cases, assistance locating adoptive families. Since its formation in 1994, Project Cuddle has saved hundreds of babies from abandonment. In 2007, Oprah orchestrated a live event at Disneyland called “Cheers to … Read more Oprah and John Stamos Pull Of an Epic Surprise for a Deserving Woman | The Oprah Winfrey Show | OWN
More than $8 trillion has been pumped into the global economy during the coronavirus crisis, as governments and central banks do their best to limit the long-term damage. The scale of the support is unprecedented, but is the money going to the right place, and will it help to save jobs and the economy? In this … Read more Covid-19: Are government stimulus plans going to save the economy?
The desire to find and back winners is at the heart of every punter’s plan to crack the horse racing game. Whether it’s flat or jumps, everyone wants the know-how to picking more winners. In an attheraces.com Betting Special, we’ve enlisted two of our most respected writers to speak on the dos and don’ts of … Read more Finding Winners: Hugh Taylor and Kevin Blake
May.06 — T-Mobile US Inc. reported profit that exceeded Wall Street estimates but warned the Covid-19 crisis prevents the company from providing a full-year financial forecast. Chief Executive Officer Mike Sievert discusses the results and how the virus is affecting his business on “Bloomberg Technology.”