Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
September 2013

Gold swung between gains and losses on controversial U.S. data. The U.S. Department of Labor reported that the number of people who filed for initial jobless payments in the week ended September 21 fell, confounding analysts expectations for a 16

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YouTube is refreshing the way that it’s handling comments on the video social network. Starting this week, it is implementing a modified version of the Google+ Comment platform to help make user feedback more meaningful and personalized to each individual. In its current

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Growing up in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Khaled Naim noticed something lacking in the city’s infrastructure. Despite its well-developed economy and urban amenities, Dubai was plagued by poor city planning that led to a messy address system. “The way they

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The House on Friday will vote to replace ObamaCare with a plan that expands tax breaks for Americans who buy their own insurance, setting the stage for a showdown with Senate Democrats that could push the government toward a partial

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His life reads like any great Hollywood script. No surprise then that director Ron Howard has flirted with the concept of adapting Swiss Journalist Daniel Ammann’s book The King of Oil: The Secret Lives of Marc Rich for the silver

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On July 1, the people of Croatia took to the streets in celebration of their country’s official admittance into the European Union. In Istanbul, officials looked on in repugnance. After all, no one has been on the EU’s waiting list

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Opera has had a version of its Opera Mini browser available for the iPad for some time, but it seems the Norwegian software firm was not satisfied. On Monday, it unveiled a new browser for Apple’s tablet: Coast. The app, which

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