Papa John Facing Backlash After Racism Comments

Founder and former CEO of Papa Johns Pizza, John Schnatter, resigned after news broke about him using the n-word in a conference call with a marketing agency. The purpose of the call was to participate in a training program regarding racism but, it obviously got out of hand. Schnatter resigned on Wednesday evening. During the […]
  • 6 Days ago

Uber hoping to appease London court

Uber victory in London In September, Transport for London did not renew Uber’s license to operate due to its inability to report background checks of its drivers. However, on Tuesday, the court decided to give them a 15-month operating license in the British city. Uber executives accepted the charges by the London court and were […]
  • 22 Days ago

Samsonite CEO Steps Down

Samsonite has some new baggage Luggage manufacturer Samsonite lost its CEO Ramesh Tainwala on Friday. The announcement came after short-seller Blue Orca Capital accused him of false educational background claims on his resume. Moreover, Tainwala claimed that he had a doctorate in business administration on his resume, which Blue Orca Capital challenged. Tainwala joked with […]
  • 2 Months ago

Campbell Soup CEO announces retirement

Denise Morrison steps down after seven years Denise Morrison, one of just 24 Fortune 500 female CEOs, announced her abrupt retirement on Friday. Neither Morrison nor Campbell gave any reasoning behind the sudden retirement, but the seven-year CEO will be missed. Keith McLoughlin, a board member of Campbell, will step in as interim CEO until […]
  • 2 Months ago

Suzanne Scott becomes Fox News’ first female CEO

Until Thursday, Fox News never had a female CEO. That all changed as Suzanne Scott made history to lead one of the major news channels in the nation. The highly revered promotion is definitely deserved, as Scott has been doing a spectacular job at Fox News. Before her promotion, Scott was the president of programming, […]
  • 2 Months ago

Are you willing to pay $999 for an iPhone?

iPhone X is not selling well because of its high price. Apple’s earnings report show an increase. Perhaps it’s because of how frequent each generation of iPhones are getting released, or maybe because of the increased number of competitions in the market, the latest iPhone, the iPhone X, seems to be lacking behind in the […]
  • 3 Months ago

Is Tesla Inc. the ultimate loser amidst the trade war?

Trump Administration considers adding a 25% tariff on Chinese car imports. China retaliates with an equal 25% of 106 U.S. imported goods. Tesla Inc. is already paying 25% due to China’s tariff on car imports. China has been the most prominent trading partner of the United States for some time now. NBC News states that the trades […]
  • 4 Months ago

Equifax CEO Richard Smith steps down in aftermath of massive breach

Equifax Chairman and CEO Richard Smith stepped down Tuesday in the wake of a massive cybersecurity breach that exposed the birth dates, social security numbers, and other personal information of 143 million Equifax customers, The New York Times reports. Paulino do Rego Barros Jr. will vacate his post as the company’s president of the Asia-Pacific […]
  • 10 Months ago

Lyft nearly triples its coverage across the U.S. 

As Uber takes steps to recover from a string of allegations that called its corporate ethics into question, competing ride-share service Lyft is anxious to establish itself as a viable Uber rival, CNBC reports. Thursday, Lyft nearly tripled its coverage across the U.S., adding 160 cities—for a total of 350—and 32 states for a total […]
  • 11 Months ago
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