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The Canadian phone maker BlackBerry Ltd has just released its financials for its fiscal fourth quarter, and the results show that the company only managed to sell 600,000 units of its smartphones over the three-month period, almost 30% drop in revenue underscores its struggles to revive its handset business.
The Anbang Insurance Group of China and its partners withdrew their $14 billion takeover offer for Starwood Hotels and Resorts on Thursday, opening the door for Marriott's $13.25 billion offer and paving the way for the creation of the world's biggest hotel company.
US Aerospace giant Boeing will trim about 4,000 jobs by June in its commercial airplanes division as it seeks to cut costs and boost productivity and that may be only halfway towards the total cuts this year, a company spokesman told AFP on Wednesday (Mar 30).
Global asset manager BlackRock Inc. (BLK.N) is planning to cut about 400 jobs, or 3 percent of its workforce, as the world’s largest money manager tries to streamline parts of its business and bolster areas it believes are poised for growth, a person familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
According to a recent study conducted by software-as-a-service firm Qualtrics, American employees were the most likely to rate their personal day-to-day productivity much higher than what they thought of other Americans workers' productivity
Bethesda-based Marriott International Inc. may lose its bid to become the world's biggest hotel operator after a Chinese company increased its offer for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. to more than $14 billion.
Working at Google would seem a career made in heaven for some. Terry Lambert, a former senior software engineer at Google, dished out in a Quora article about the high and lows in working for the search giant
Many resumes end up at the bottom of the pile, and with the results of a recent study highlighted by BusinessInsider, it's no wonder: recruiters only look at your resume for an average of six seconds before making a decision about you.