Boeing shares rise on an upgrade. Mastercard becomes the latest big company to let employees work from home indefinitely. Keurig Dr. Pepper and Ruth’s Hospitality Group announce secondary offerings, sending shares down. Jim Gillies analyzes those stories and the potential for Chinese stocks being delisted in the U.S.
Earlier this week Facebook announced Facebook Shops, an e-commerce product that will allow users to browse and buy products while on Facebook -- it seems like a boon for Facebook and one of its partners on the product, Shopify.And anti-trust suits against Google Parent Alphabet seem to be picking up steam, we analyze what regulators are honing in on and some of the problems big tech companies have created for themselves as they've gotten bigger.
When everyone is in agreement on a project or idea, is there a hidden downside? Jonah Sachs, entrepreneur and author of the book Unsafe Thinking: How to Be Nimble and Bold When You Need it Most, reveals that finding constructive ways to disagree can be a key to unlocking creativity.
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