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Shelly Banjo

Shelly Banjo

May 31, 2018
Airbnb Founders Go It Alone in China After Refusing Buyout Offer
Airbnb Inc.'s founders were moments away from merging their China business with local competitor Tujia in January 2017.

Feb 2, 2018
Google Bets $1.1 Billion More Brains Can Help Take On Apple
Google officially closed its $1.1 billion deal with HTC Corp., adding more than 2,000 smartphone specialists in Taiwan to help the search giant chase Apple Inc. in the cut-throat premium handset market.

Nov 27, 2017
Fast Retailing Needs to Look Sharp to Avert Fashion Miss
Fast Retailing Co. should consider applying the brakes.

Nov 13, 2017
Xi Jinping Thought and the Future of the Electric Car
China's foreign ministry has pledged to gradually reduce auto tariffs and allow foreign carmakers to set up wholly owned electric-car operations in the nation's free-trade zones on a trial basis by June.

Nov 8, 2017
Nissan's Moving Targets Aren't Restoring Confidence
There's a reason why people set career goals and companies create sales targets: Without knowing where you're going, it's harder to get there.So it's worrying that Nissan Motor Co. CEO Hiroto Saikawa spent much of an hour-long press conference Wednesday, called to discuss...

Nov 1, 2017
Musical Chairs at Samsung Risks Ruining a Good Thing
In a grand executive reshuffle Tuesday, two heads of the South Korean company's three main business units offered to resign while Chief Financial Officer Lee Sang-hoon will become chairman. It's the first time the company has split the chairman and chief executive officer duties.

Oct 27, 2017
It's Hard to Love a Car That Doesn't Need You to Steer
Toyota Motor Corp. envisions its new artificially intelligent cars will know you so well that you'll love them, and they'll love you back.It's a strange promise for an inanimate object built of steel, sensors and motors. But when Executive Vice President Didier Leroy...

Oct 21, 2017
Smart investors know when there's blood in the water, it's important to differentiate between a dead body and a flesh wound. There's a good chance Kobe turns out to be the latter.

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