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Arm Ltd, owned by Softbank, is experiencing an unusual corporate drama in China. According to a Bloomberg report, citing a statement from Arm Ltd he received, the boss of Arm China refuses to resign after being fired. In addition, “rogue boss” Allen Wu has hired security guards to prevent Arm executives from visiting the premises, …

Total has entered into a partnership with Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) to manufacture and market bitumen derivatives. The 50:50 joint venture aims to produce specialty products for the growing road construction industry in India. Total is today the leading manufacturer and supplier of bitumen in Europe, while IOC is the leading player in the Indian …

Intel has announced a major senior management reshuffle. The main change is that Intel’s CTO Dr Murthy Renduchintala will be leaving after four years of service. Dr Ann Kelleher, previously Intel’s manufacturing manager, will take most of the responsibility to replace Renduchintala in his new role as head of technology development, focusing on the 7nm …

The murder of George Floyd has sparked a long overdue movement. Of course, some companies had previously prioritized creating a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. Yet the truth is that most CEOs have focused on the bottom line, not an exemplary culture. Now is the time for many companies to catch up. While the …

Will the COVID-19 pandemic have an impact on corporate cultures? If yes, how ? This is a deceptively difficult question. The quick answer is that he already has. A brief headline read tells the surprisingly dark story: According to the Brookings Institution, more than 37 million Americans work in industries immediately affected by COVID. Almost …

“Hair should be out of the face. Neat. Polished. Put together.” These are the characteristics that I read in the “hair” section of the dress code during my first job in the fashion and luxury sector. That was in 2011. I saw it again in 2013 when I entered the fashion corporate world, as well …