Hong Kong (CNN) — An Australian schoolboy with dreams of setting up his own airline has penned a letter to Qantas CEO Alan Joyce asking for advice. In the letter, which Qantas shared on Twitter this week, 10-year-old Alex Jacquot writes he is already the CEO of an airline... Read more
QatarCSR Network announces partnership with Vodafone
QatarCSR Network, organisers of Qatar CSR Exhibition and Report, held under the patronage of HE the Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani, has announced its latest partner, Vodafone Qatar, as the exclusive telecommunications sponsor. The annual event represents the largest academic/business forum and... Read more
What to Know Thousands of pounds of Chef Boyardee microwavable bowls have been recalled because they’re labeled as chicken and rice but have beef ravioli The products also have some allergens — milk and wheat — that are not mentioned among the ingredients on the labels No adverse reactions... Read more
The logo of Alibaba Group is seen inside DingTalk office, an offshoot of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China July 20, 2018. Picture taken July 20, 2018. REUTERS/Aly Song More By Josh Horwitz SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Alibaba Group Holding Ltd will take a 14 percent stake... Read more
GoPro CEO Nick Woodman opens up on the company's wild ride of failures and successes
If you’ve ever watched heart-stopping videos of people skydiving, doing crazy tricks on a bike, or jumping off of a cliff, chances are you’ve watched footage from a GoPro. The company that defined the action camera industry has had its shares of ups and downs since the release of... Read more
For a sense of what Elizabeth Warren's antitrust crusade would do to tech, look back at Microsoft
If you want a sense of the impact that Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s proposed tech crackdown could have, just look at Microsoft, which was the subject of a major U.S. antitrust case. Warren’s call to do things like “unwind anti-competitive mergers” would be a departure from current regulatory dynamics and... Read more
SAN FRANCISCO — Big wealth doesn’t come in monthly paychecks. It comes when a start-up goes public, transforming hypothetical money into extremely real money. This year — with Uber, Lyft, Slack, Postmates, Pinterest and Airbnb all hoping to enter the public markets — there’s going to be a lot... Read more
The popular Japanese dollar store Daiso will open its first East Coast location this week. Located in the Shops at Skyview Center in Flushing, the store will open its doors Friday, March 8 at 10 a.m. According to a Facebook event created by Daiso Japan USA, the first 100... Read more
Asia Markets: Asian markets rise on trade-deal hopes, MSCI expansion
Asian shares were mostly higher on Friday after a report suggested that the leaders of China and the U.S. could be endorsing a trade deal in weeks. According to Bloomberg, U.S. officials are preparing a final trade deal ahead of a summit between President Donald Trump and Chinese leader... Read more
MarketWatch First Take: Dell returns to public markets with inscrutable numbers
Dell Technologies Inc. returned to Wall Street as a public company with financial results that were so inscrutable that average investors practically needed degrees in accounting to decipher them. On Thursday, the computer and storage company, which became a public company again at the end of December, reported a... Read more