Jun 12, 1:24 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Opinion By Dustin York 05/07/19 AT 10:34 PM “If you don’t like change, you’ll like irrelevance even less,” Charles Scharf, Chairman and CEO, BNY Mellon.In order for organizations to thrive in this era of change, leaders must focus on technology, data, globalization, diversity and inclusion and ultimately, people. These topics were addressed in the recent Corner Office: Leading Organizations in an Era of Change webcast presented by the Milken Institute.Not only diversity but also inclusion is essential for thriving businesses in this new era. The panel overwhelmingly agreed that diversity and inclusion should be a pillar for organizational success. Not only is it the right thing to do, but it’s also the smart business decision. “Old white dudes in a boardroom won’t figure this out,” Devin Wenig, president and CEO at eBay, says … [Read more...] about Leaders Cannot Rely On Big Data Alone
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Phoebe Wall Howard Detroit Free Press Published 12:49 PM EDT Apr 25, 2019 Buckle in. This is about the battle over speed. And muscle. A quiet fight has been raging over which car holds the No. 2 spot in the sports car category. And now Dodge Challenger has solidly overtaken the legendary Chevrolet Camaro. It had the best year ever in 2018 and continues gaining market share at an astonishing rate, analysts say. Models named “Demon” and “Hellcat” have led to an impressive presence on Facebook with more than 5.2 million followers. The average buyer age is 51. These men (and women) drive two-door coupes that go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3.4 seconds. “The first generation of Mustang, Camaro and Challenger are the top collected vehicles in North America and transcend all generations. People have speculated about the death of the American muscle car since the mid-1970s, but the golden age of American muscle is happening … [Read more...] about Dodge Challenger tops Camaro as Mustang holds lead in sports cars
Dec 30, 11:44 PM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury National By Matthew Frankel 12/30/18 AT 10:43 PM The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act made the most sweeping changes to the U.S. tax code in several decades, and the first time most Americans will really feel its impact is when they file their 2018 tax return sometime in 2019. With that in mind, here are five deductions or types of deductions that can still save you lots of money under the new tax law and what you need to know about each.This article originally appeared in the Motley Fool.1. The standard deductionThe vast majority of Americans will take advantage of the standard deduction in 2019, but this has become a far larger deduction than it used to be, so it's worth mentioning.The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has made the standard deduction much larger than it used to be. In fact, while roughly 70% of taxpayers have used the standard deduction … [Read more...] about 5 Tax Deductions That Could Save You Big Bucks In 2019
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Personal Tech Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Personal Tech | Digital Privacy Is a Big Concern in Europe. For This Reporter, Too. Supported by Tech We’re Using When the investigative journalist Matt Apuzzo moved from Washington to Brussels, he noticed that distrust had a different focus. And he adjusted some of his own tech tools. ByMatt Apuzzo Dec. 26, 2018 How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Matt Apuzzo, an investigative correspondent in Brussels, discussed the tech he’s using. What are the most important tech tools for you as an investigative journalist? As with most people these days, my go-to device is my phone, which in my case is an iPhone X. I don’t use it for anything particularly unique to journalism, except maybe document scanning. Sometimes, I might have only a … [Read more...] about Digital Privacy Is a Big Concern in Europe. For This Reporter, Too.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | Big Swings in Stock Market Are at Their Highest Level Since 2011 DealBook Supported by ByStephen Grocer Dec. 14, 2018 Get the DealBook newsletter to make sense of major business and policy headlines — and the power-brokers who shape them. __________ Volatility is back. Stocks across Wall Street are enduring one of the most prolonged periods of turbulent trading of the past decade. So far this year, there have been 12 instances of the S&P 500 moving at least 3 percent from its intraday low to its high, according to data from Howard Silverblatt, senior index analyst for S&P Dow Jones Indices. Four of those swings were greater than 4 percent. This figure is the most in a single year since 2011, when the European debt crisis flared up and Standard & Poor’s cut its … [Read more...] about Big Swings in Stock Market Are at Their Highest Level Since 2011