· The Case For Tencent Over Alibaba →
Tencent is also in the lucrative games business, and its valuation isn't that demanding when compared with Alibaba, despite the latter suffering from the rising negative sentiment.
· 'Drastic surgery': Liberal senator Andrew Bragg's plan for superannuation overhaul →
The super industry not only benefits from $32 billion in annual fees but from tax concessions worth $36 billion for members, raising questions about whether there is enough scrutiny of the way the sector manages the lucrative flow of workers' cash.
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· DealBook: Mark Zuckerberg’s Biggest Challenge Yet →
Here, he considers the meaning of Elon Musk’s unusually lucrative pay package.
· Little to declare: how BH Lyon tried to pep up county cricket →
The Hundred is just the latest in a long line of initiatives intended to make it more likely, and it could be that sometime in the distant, murky future, the sport’s historians will write about it glowingly as a genuine attempt not just to make the game more popular and lucrative, but also in some way better.
· Closed jewellery shops amid lockdown pull brakes on gold imports; India imports 99% less gold in May →
With the prolonged lockdown in India, domestic jewellery stores remained temporarily shut for about 40-50 days, leading to negligible sales even on lucrative occasions like Akshaya Tritiya.
· Tictrac secures $7.5M to expand employee wellbeing platform as WFH balloons →
Both regulation and increasing stress levels and health problems in the workplace have fed the rise of this sector of tech, and with many corporates painting long-term contracts with providers, it’s a lucrative business.
· Victoria Beckham ‘made £1m’ from Spice Girls tour despite not being on it →
Not working with former bandmates reportedly proved more lucrative for Beckham than her fashion brand
· Send in the Clune: 'Outstanding' debutant tipped to spark misfiring Dragons →
Meanwhile, Suli opted to sign a two-year deal with the Sea Eagles worth about $1.1 million, despite a more lucrative three-year deal from the Dragons.
· The Power Worshippers: A look inside the American religious right →
But one of the key issues that animated the movement in its earlier days was the fear that racially segregated academies might be deprived of their lucrative tax exemptions.
· Appway raises $37M, its first-ever funding, for financial customer management tools →
Appway’s focus on financial services in particular — and of course the fact that financial services happens to be a hugely lucrative industry — is one thing that stood out for Summit when making the investment.