What the Google Controversy Misses: The Business Case for Diversity
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The memo written by a Google employee about gender diversity hit a raw nerve in an industry already beset by accusations of sexism and discrimination. Research, meanwhile, has established the business case for diversity.
Facebook's Onavo Gives Firm Inside Peek at Rivals
Months before Snapchat parent Snap publicly disclosed slowing user growth, rival Facebook already knew, thanks to information from a data-security app owned by the social-media company.
Margin Pressure Ahead for U.S. Companies
Productivity growth is companies' best weapon against rising costs. Unfortunately for them, it has been extraordinarily weak and is unlikely to get much better.
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Chinese Shopping Splurges Are Set to Boost Alibaba's Revenue
Chinese consumers can't stop filling their closets with stuff they buy online-and that is powering Alibaba. The e-commerce company is likely to report Thursday its quarterly revenue has risen roughly 50% from a year earlier.
SoFi Faces Wrongful Termination Suit
A former employee of online lender Social Finance Inc. accused the company in a lawsuit of wrongfully terminating him after he reported some managers had concealed errors made in processing loan applications and that another had harassed female employees by making sexual or inappropriate comments
Facebook Covertly Launches Mobile App in China
Facebook launched a photo-sharing app called Colorful Balloons in China under the name of a different company, in a shift from the company's public campaign to woo Beijing officials who have blocked the social network.
Foreign Solar Firms Gain Unexpected Support in Tariff Fight
An unusual alliance of green energy advocates and conservative free-trade organizations is clashing with U.S. solar-panel makers seeking trade tariffs on foreign rivals.
Regional Grocery Stores Feel the Squeeze
Recent upheaval in the U.S. grocery business is proving to be especially painful for regional supermarkets and their suppliers, and creating opportunities for big-food retailers to further consolidate their market position.
China Frees Head of Crown's Global High-Roller Program
The release of Jason O'Connor, who was convicted of gambling-related crimes, caps a case that captivated a global casino industry fearful that business from lucrative Chinese VIPs would dry up.
Retirement Rule Casualty: Brokers' Mutual-Fund Offerings
Brokerage firms and investment advisers are reviewing their mutual fund offerings in light of the landmark fiduciary rule.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
August 13, 2017 23:15 ET (03:15 GMT)