Wednesday, September 30, 2020
An important shift may be under way in corporate America. The largest US business group has replaced the long-held view that maximising shareholder value is the defining corporate goal with a more inclusive vision that takes account of other...
“We test the 10 categories against HEM for testing reasonableness. We would use the higher of declared expenses for HEM. We are not working on the basis of them reducing their expenses after they take out the loan,”...
Over the past several months, politicians and pundits have debated the merits of mass student-debt cancellation. Jeffrey Morgan is one of the few to know first-hand what it’s like to have the government forgive your student debt. ‘It’s allowing me...
Tesla is pitching customers on a new rental offering for solar power as a way to revive the flagging fortunes of its renewable energy business. Once among the largest installers of renewables in the country through SolarCity, Tesla has seen...
“The overall amount donated has increased to $3.48 billion. However, the percentage of taxpayers donating has continued a downward trend since 2010-11.” Dr Wendy Scaife, the centre’s director, said this pattern where total giving is growing despite a shrinking share...
Generation Z is hitting the ground running. The number of those who belong to Generation Z carrying a credit balance has risen by 41% over the past year to 8 million people, according to a new report from consumer credit...
Entrepreneurship isn’t just for the young. Older adults are finding that starting a business can be the perfect way to turn a lifetime of experience into something meaningful, take control of their time, counter workplace ageism, and, in some...
Don’t miss these top money and investing features: Stories resonating with MarketWatch readers this week include a look at what’s been keeping the U.S. housing market afloat. Unlike the real-estate bubble in the mid-2000s, price gains nowadays are largely due...
Trump has taken to blaming others for the recession fears, mostly the Federal Reserve, which he is pushing for further interest rate cuts. Yet much of the markets' uncertainty stems from his own escalation of a trade war with...
MOSCOW, RUSSIA - JUNE 4, 2016: A girl in training at the Trapeze Yota aerial gymnastics school at Moscow's Luzhniki Sports Complex. Mikhail Japaridze/TASS (Photo by Mikhail JaparidzeTASS via Getty Images) TASS via Getty Images Just like the economy, worldwide business...
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