· Fast-Food Chains Go on Hiring Binge →
“As we go back into this next hiring season, we’d love to hire another 10,000 because of the growth that’s occurring in the company,” Chief Diversity, Inclusion and People Officer Marissa Andrada told Reuters on Thursday.
· Unlike previous recessions, Australia did not enter this one with a strong economy →
We are suffering a catastrophic economic downturn without even the usual bank of solid growth to draw on
· Schneider Electric: Leading The Way To Automation And De-Carbonization →
The cost of decarbonization also can be reduced significantly by constraining demand growth for carbon-intensive transport, through greater logistics efficiency and modal shift.
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· The (Virtual) Theatrical Fringe Moves Front and Center →
A 20-minute meditation on growth, death and rebirth, it mixes box puppets, shadow play, live film and archival footage into a gorgeous mise-en-scène that feels theatrical in its purposefully homemade aesthetic.
· Amazon Crushes It Again →
Not only was this growth of more than 40% over the prior year period, but it smashed the average street estimate by more than $7.6 billion.
· Caterpillar Is Pricing In A Recovery That May Not Come →
As a consequence, cap-ex growth will take some time to recover.
· Jim Cramer: Clorox Is a Buy →
Looking into the group's 2021 fiscal year, Clorox said it sees a range mid-single digit decline to mid-single digit growth in diluted earnings, as well as a flat to low-single digit percentage growth rates for net sales.
· Loews Corporation (L) CEO Jim Tisch on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
While future growth projects have become more difficult to complete in the current regulatory environment, Boardwalk benefits from its base of 14,000 miles of pipe in the ground.
· Blackstone hires Christine Feng from Amazon to work on tech investing →
Last week, Blackstone hired Gene Lockhart, former CEO and president of Mastercard, as a senior advisor with focus on Blackstone Growth and Blackstone Tactical Opportunities.
· Buy Microsoft on TikTok Potential? Let’s Look at the Charts First →
However, the longer term bullish thesis for the deal centers on growth, even if Microsoft has to pay a pretty penny to get it.