Saturday night at Survivor Series: WarGames, the iconic static hit of CM Punk was perhaps the most impactful of the many over the years. With this one, Punk
Axiata Group recorded growth across most of its operating companies in Q3 2023, driven by gains following its purchase of broadband provider Link Net in Indonesia, an improved operational performance at XL and Robi, and its tower business consolidation of acquisitions in the Philippines and Indonesia.
In today’s rapidly expanding digital universe, the abundance of information presents itself as both a valuable resource and a complex maze. The sheer scale of the internet turns the quest for specific, relevant information into a challenging journey. Amidst this vast digital expanse, the emergence of sophisticated language models like Google Bard marks a significant […]
During Qualcomm's earnings call earlier this month, one analyst pointed out that the company has twice as many employees as its peers. That thought wormed its way through our brain, and so we put it to the test.Read Entire Article
ONE Championship Chairman and CEO Chatri Sityodtong appeared on CNBC Asia this week and gave an exciting update concerning the outlook of the promotion’s financials. ONE has seen tremendous growth this year, with triple the number of events, and a significant increase in viewership is expected. As 2024 nears, Sityodtong shared that the Singapore-based organization is forecasting that it will double its revenue in the next 12 months. “This morning, I gave a live interview on CNBC Asia’s Squawk...
We take a closer look at what the latest CFD software has to offer and how it's revolutionising the engineering industry.
Salesforce's rising operating margins demonstrates that the business-software maker was following through on its pledge to cut back on costs, lifting the company's stock in after-hours trading. The San Francisco-based company expects its operating profit margin to be 14.5% for its fiscal year, whic
In our modern age, capitalism has become synonymous with amassing great wealth, being the king of the mountain, the winner who takes all. But as younger generations of leaders look around, their beliefs about capitalism are dramatically shifting. What could—and should—capitalism look like 10, 20, and 30 years from now? Could it be both profitable and socially responsible? If you go back to the dawn of industrial capitalism, as an emerging economic system, it was astonishingly productive. Its...