Fundraising can be difficult. Here are five things you should know before you start the process.
LONDON (Reuters) – Investors are reluctant to back Monte dei Paschi di Siena’s bid to raise billions of euros, leading fund managers and a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters, posing a huge challenge for a new CEO seeking to save the Ital…
* Amended plan of reorganization eliminates more than $4.7
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – The prominent short-seller Jim Chanos, founder of Kynikos Associates, called the proposed merger of Tesla Motors Inc and SolarCity Corp “crazy,” noting that the combined company would need constant access to capital markets.
Samsung plans to issue a software update for its recalled Galaxy Note 7 phones that will prevent them from overheating.
Remote employees offer a slew of advantages, but smoothly integrating them requires rethinking operations a bit.
Jeff Bezos on Monday disclosed details about the New Glenn rockets his Blue Origin aerospace company plans to build. “Blue Origin’s next step … meet New Glenn,” he tweeted. Bezos released illustrations of two models, the New Glenn 2 and the larger New Glenn 3. They’re larger than all other rockets except the Saturn V, which NASA used for the Apollo program to send astronauts to the moon and other missions.
If your idea winds up being a dud, you’re better off knowing that after a $100 investment than a $100,000 one.
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Personal branding is becoming less of a competitive edge and more of a requirement. Here’s the proof.
IT IS possible to put up a defence of the way that the cost of flying is becoming unbundled. Why should those who travel light subsidise those who have packed the kitchen sink? Or those who bring their own lunch pay extra so that everyone on the plane gets a finger sandwich? It is less easy to argue such a case when the service being charged for is essential.
Airports in Britain look set to expand a scheme allowing them to charge passengers to get through passport control more quickly. Flyers arriving at Edinburgh will soon be able to pay £5 ($6.59) to use the FastTrack service (Gatwick and Heathrow already offer something similar). And the Home Office has confirmed that it will allow the scheme, which is run as a joint venture between the airport operator and the UK Border Force, to be rolled out across the country. Airports could charge up to £17.50 to join a queue restricted to perhaps 50 passengers an hour.
This raises three issues. First, all other things being equal, speeding up the experience for those prepared to shell out will make things even slower for those who are not. Fast queues need more officials per passenger, which means fewer for the standard…Continue reading
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