How should Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer, a CEO in her late 30s, manage a millennial like David Karp, the idealistic founder of Tumblr? Very carefully, writes John Shinal.
President Obama urges Americans to commemorate the Memorial Day weekend by honoring U.S. soldiers who have died in the nation’s wars.
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How should Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer, a CEO in her late thirties, manage a millennial like Adam Karp, the idealistic founder of Tumblr? Very carefully, writes John Shinal.
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The Internal Revenue Service unit under fire for its reviews of conservative organizations has a long history of targeting groups with extra scrutiny, including foreclosure-assistance charities, credit-counseling services and New York Jewish charities, interviews with current and former employees show.
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Tiffany & Co. and United Natural Foods will be among the stocks to watch Tuesday after the three-day holiday weekend.
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U.K.’s FTSE 100 index slipped on Friday, with mining firms adding pressure as metals prices turn south and with banks building to the prior day’s losses.
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Japanese stocks jump to stage a modest recovery, with relief buying emerging after the extreme losses they suffered the previous day, amid expectations that the rally which began late last year may have further to go.
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Asian markets suffer, as early losses recorded on worries the Federal Reserve could downscale its bond purchases are exacerbated by data showing Chinese manufacturing activity unexpectedly contracting in May.
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Hewlett-Packard Co.reported a steep sales drop in its personal computer business. But the tech giant managed to keep the business profitable, likely by taking the opposite tact of rival Dell: It appears to have refrained from huge price cuts, a move instigated by Dell this quarter in order to gain market share.
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Japanese stocks stay on course for a fresh multiyear high after the country’s central bank raises its economic outlook. But Australian and Hong Kong shares reverse early gains amid caution ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Benrnake’s testimony.
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