China sentences 3 Australian Crown Resorts staff to prison – Palm Beach Post

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The 19 defendants, including three Australians from the sales and marketing team of Australia’s Crown Resorts Ltd., appeared at a court in Shanghai. Casino gambling, the marketing of casinos and organizing overseas gambling trips involving 10 or more people are illegal in China. China sentences 3 Australian Crown Resorts staff to prison – Palm Beach […]

The hunting down of Uber’s Travis Kalanick – CNBC

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Could Travis Kalanick be like Steve Jobs, and run Uber once again? – Washington Post

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Travis Kalanick, former chief executive of Uber. (Wang Zhao/Agence France-Presse) The resignation of Uber’s Travis Kalanick this week punctuated an unusually steep fall for a highflying chief executive. But the emergence of an employee petition calling for his return — combined with his outsize voting power on a board that still includes longtime allies — […]

The Washington Post’s Turnaround Shows Amazon’s Success Is No Accident – Motley Fool

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When Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) founder and CEO Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post in 2013 for $250 million, he turned a lot of heads. Many asked: “What could Bezos want with one of the nation’s foremost broadsheets in an era when the newspaper business is saddled with losses? Would it lead to mass layoffs, or distract him from Amazon?” Nearly […]