A chat with Infosys’ Vishal Sikka, the company’s first nonfounder CEO.
WARSAW (Reuters) – The Polish opposition party Law and Justice (PiS) wants to cut the Corporate Income Tax (CIT) for small companies as part of its wider plan to boost the economy, PiS candidate for prime minister Beata Szydlo told Rzeczpospolita daily on Thursday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian police raided a home and a business in central Melbourne on Thursday as part of a foreign bribery investigation reportedly involving Malaysian government officials and a multi-million dollar property deal.
BEIRUT (Reuters) – Islamic State fighters wrested areas of the northeastern Syrian city of Hasaka from government control in fighting overnight, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring organization said on Thursday.
The Brookings Institution earlier this month held a conference entitled, “Did the Fed’s quantitative easing making inequality worse?”, examining whether central bank long-term asset purchases (commonly known as quantitative easing) expanded wealth inequality through boosting prices of financial assets that are disproportionately owned by wealthier households. Former Fed chairman Ben Bernanke […]
VideoThe Confederate flag, 150 years after the runaway nation that flew it lost a war, and 50-60 years after it was revived as a symbol against racial integration and progress, is about as welcome in polite America as flying a Nazi flag, and by polite America I mean that corporations […]
Jackie Robinson West, the winners then not-winners of the 2014 Little League World Series title after the league determined the Chicago team used ineligible players, left for another league, but its battle with Little League isn’t over. From The Associated Press: A former Chicago Little League team announced a […]
‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ is a great game with one major flaw.