Amazon, Microsoft and other Big Tech players aim to prove that the conglomerate is alive and well despite GE’s breakup plans.
As General Electric and other old-school behemoths break up, Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft and Meta are taking their place as the do-everything companies of the future.
Corporate titans General Electric and Johnson & Johnson both announced that they are splitting, two of the latest in a long string of conglomerate break ups. Here’s why big businesses divide and what it could mean for investors. Photo illustration: Tammy Lian/WSJ
Australia records highest temperature in 62 years
Another day, another heat record.
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From Kindles to Echo smart speakers, these are the best Black Friday tech deals at AmazonBlack Friday deals are now live at Amazon. Here are the best discounts you can get on Kindle eBook readers, Echo smart speakers and Ring home security devices.
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The 32 Best Home Deals from Amazon\u2019s Massive Black Friday SaleWe found everything from $30 sheets to rarely discounted Le Creuset cookware.
Amazon To Let Warehouse Employees’ Families Work Thanksgiving Shifts TooSEATTLE—In response to criticism about the company’s holiday schedules, Amazon announced Thursday that it would let warehouse employees work alongside their family members this Thanksgiving. “Opening up our fulfillment centers to the spouses and children of workers will help us better represent the generosity of the… Very sweet of Amazon to give children a chance to be with mom and dad on Thanksgiving. Probably a good chance they'll run into their extended family too. The family that works together.......can't take their breaks together. DON'T CROSS THE PICKET LINE TOMORROW
Pakistan e-commerce platform Daraz aims to beef up as Amazon eyes marketPakistan's largest e-commerce retail platform Daraz aims to host up to 300,000 small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in two years, its CEO said, as the firm seeks to bolster its position in its home market in the face of potential competition from global giant Amazon.
Joe Biden’s tech policy is becoming clearerJoe Biden is pushing back harder against big tech than anyone expected. His impact could be greater, too 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 Do you want us to believe it? That's a lie.