News Talk 2

William Rockefeller Global Corporate Citizenship Professor Midchamber 8 December 2017 News Talk 2 The corporate ethics issues never seem to end for Wells Fargo. The article that I would like to discuss is an article on CNN titled “Trump vows to punish Wells Fargo for ‘bad acts’”. I thought that ...

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Amazon Key

In a Washington Post article written by Geoffrey Fowler, he details his experience using the new Amazon program called “Amazon Key.” Amazon Key is an internet connected lock that you can access through an app. The lock is installed to your front door and it connected directly to the Amazon ...

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GM is Taking Radical Steps to Stay Afloat

GM is often seen as a hallmark of an earlier era, when people were able to work at their factories, make a decent wage and earn their way into the middle class. Unfortunately, both the vision and the company are a shadow of their former selves. GM’s stock is one ...

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Android Apps are now Stealing Your Data

  Android phone users beware- a new data breach was found in what was supposed to be an app that was completely harmless. BBC.com reported that Ai.type, an app that provided custom keyboards for phones and tablets, was found with 31 million Android users personal data. Kromtech Security Centre, a ...

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CVS Health to buy Aetna for around $69 billion

CVS health is buying Aetna for $69 billion in 2017’s biggest deal. Aetna is the 3rd largest insurer in the United States. The deal will make CVS, a company with a health insurer, a retail pharmacy, and will negotiate prescription drug prices with drug markers. This will completely change the medical ...

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Huawei Mate 10 Series Phones May be on Your Wishlist!

  As we delve deep into holiday shopping there might be a new phone that you might want to take a look at or at least check out in the the store. Huawei Technologies has released their Mate 10 phone and is interested in selling it in America via AT&T. ...

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The New Weapon: Drones

The Washington Post shared an article on the new fear of drones. Drones are an incredible new technology that are beneficial in many ways commercially and privately. However, the Pentagon now fears drones as a weapon of attack.   Drones are the ideal robot defense attack that one day may ...

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Tesla Unveils New Electric Semi Truck

Last week Tesla unveiled two of its newest vehicles, The Tesla Roadster which Tesla says will be the fastest production car available and the Semi which is an electric semi truck. The Tesla semi provides a range of 500 miles between charges, $200,000 in fuel savings, and an enhanced autopilot ...

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Bitcoin Price Surges in Zimbabwe following Military Takeover

(Zimbabwe) The security of cryptocurrency has long been enticing to Zimbabweans, who face hyperinflation leading to $1 being worth 35 quadrillion Zimbabwean dollars. The recent military takeover of the capital has made the situation worse.  Zimbabweans can currently only trade cryptocurrency on Golix, where the prices have risen 10% to ...

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Nokia exits the VR market

Hello, everyone! In recent years, Virtual Reality is one of the most popular new technologies. However, the Finnish information and communications technology company Nokia says it will stop development of its OZO virtual reality camera and lay off 310 jobs in Finland, the US, and the UK. The company currently ...

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Now you can use Venmo for online Payments

How many of you use Venmo?   I found this Article in CNN tech and is about that Venmo App lets you shop online As we know Venmo is an app that allows making instantaneously payments between friends. However, now Venmo isn’t for splitting brunch with your friends anymore. Now ...

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Uber’s Deceptive Advertising Scandal

Gennah Tyles MGMT 201-002 News Talk Professor Chidamber The article I found was on Business Insider and is titled, Uber to pay $20 million to FTC to settle claims that it exaggerated how much drivers would make by Biz Carson. It is about how Uber has just settled a case about ...

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K-Cup Controversy

By: Kayla Kennedy Do advertisers now have too much political leverage? As of Saturday, two companies have officially stated they will no longer advertise during Fox News’s Sean Hannity show. Keurig and Realtor.com have both pulled their advertisements from airing during Hannity’s show due to his recent interview with Senate ...

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Managing for Sustainability

Managing for Sustainability             In an article I found on November 10th in Global Travel Industry News, Amsterdam Airport’s Hyatt Place is famous for offering a wide variety of enriching experiences for both business and leisure travelers. For the second year in a row, Green Globe has recertified Hyatt Place ...

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