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Five Things for Friday, including Intel's chip challenges and an adman appreciation - Portland Business Journal
Good morning. We've reached the end of the week. Here are Five Things for Friday.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has a tough job.
Alaska Airlines posts first profit since 2019 as it expands route network - Puget Sound Business Journal
Alaska Air Group's cost and network overhauls brought it back to profitability in the third quarter, despite tempered demand for travel due to the Covid-19 Delta variant, the company reported Thursday.
Proxy battle for Cytodyn is over, activist shareholder says - Portland Business Journal
The dissident shareholder group attempting to take over CytoDyn Inc. are throwing in the towel, after a judge denied their request to prevent the company's annual meeting from taking place next week.
Analysis | THG Is a Long Way Off From Resembling Powerhouse Ocado
THG Group Plc, the under-pressure e-commerce business, has been said by some optimists to resemble Ocado on steroids.
Analysis | THG Is a Long Ways Off From Resembling Powerhouse Ocado
THG Group Plc, the under-pressure e-commerce business, has been said by some optimists to resemble Ocado on steroids.
Analysis | Finance Can Save the Planet. It Just Needs Better Data.
There's an old joke where a tourist asks a local how to get to a scenic landmark. "Well, I wouldn't start from here," the resident tells the traveler.
WeWork merger with Silicon Valley SPAC BowX Acquisition wins approval - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Two years after its initial public offering plans collapsed, WeWork Inc. is finally set to make its Wall Street debut - thanks to a Silicon Valley blank-check company.
Heathrow passenger charges could rise by up to 56% by 2023
Heathrow will be allowed to raise significantly its landing charges from next summer, the aviation regulator has announced, although it has ruled out the near-doubling of charges proposed by the airport.
Analysis | How Boardroom Diversity Has Evolved in the #MeToo Era
Efforts to increase the percentage of women on corporate boards in the U.S. achieved a milestone this year, with the figure reaching 30% for companies in the S&P 500 Index, among the nation's largest by market capitalization.
How to Reframe What Work Means to You
When I was a teenager, I got a summer job working in a grocery store. All day long, I took vegetable cans out of boxes, hit each one with a price tag gun, and placed them on the shelf.