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Newly hired CFOs may face pressure to manage earnings to bump CEO pay.

CEOs and CFOs working together equals 10% more money

A study offers quantifiable insights into a phenomenon that is difficult to document - the influence CEOs have on colleagues who could potentially increase their pay.

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Movistar says goodbye to the market in Latin America

Telefónica, owner of Movistar, will leave much of Latin America to concentrate on other markets.

People holding rainbow flag.

Pride bank: the first LGBTI+ digital bank is in Brazil

The first headquarters of this bank will be in Brazil and will allocate 5% of its income in actions that favor this community.

Bribery in workplace.

Government integrity holds key to tackling corporate corruption

Government leaders must set a good example to the business community if they want to eliminate corporate corruption, a new study reveals.

Woman drawing a business plan.

Here are five business trends for 2020

This trends may result interesting for you if you are trying to start a business in 2020

People having meeting inside conference room.

CEOs' political leanings are affecting their pay packages

When firms design the initial pay package for a new CEO, they focus on that person's tolerance or aversion to risk-taking.

Man raising right hand.

When managing a company, less is more

This study is the first to identify universal strategies for large companies to follow to maximize their sales and market share.

Man doing a computer backup.

Study finds companies may be wise to share cybersecurity efforts

Companies that are open about their cybersecurity risk management fare significantly better than peers that don't disclose their cybersecurity efforts.

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Why you should have a furnished office in a business center

Here we tell you three reasons why you should not hesitate and rent a furnished office .

Pump installed in an oil drilling

Round of tenders for oil exploitation of the Amazon coast in Brazil

In the city of Rio de Janeiro, the 16th bidding round was held in concession for the exploration and production of oil and natural gas.

Siemens Power Generation sign deal to rebuild a major power plant complex in Baiji

Siemens will rebuild two power plants in Iraq

The German company won another major contract in Iraq and continues with its plans to expand the energy network in that country

Veterinary doctor attending a dog.

Gender discrimination holding women back in veterinary practice

Women face discrimination and occupy fewer places in the higher reaches of the veterinary profession, even as they begin to outnumber men in the field

Boeing plane flying.

Crisis-hit Boeing readies huge effort to return 737 MAX to the skies

Engineers around the world are rolling out plans for one of the biggest logistical operations in civil aviation history

Volkswagen car photo on the road

Car producers: It's time to reduce carbon dioxide emissions!

Between 2021 and 2030, carbon dioxide emissions should be reduced by 37.5%

This new cryptocurrency will be similar to Facebook's Libra

The development of the coin would help protect the country's foreign exchange sovereignty as commercial applications of such currencies expanded
 

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Location matters for home-based female entrepreneurs

Study shows ground floor-based businesswomen doubled their income, narrowed the gender earnings gap by more than half

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Friendships factor into start-up success (and failure)

Research finds friendship is a key factor to escalating commitment when entrepreneurial teams face financial pressure

Fisherman in a boat in the middle of a lake

An island without fish? Cuba aims to tackle problem with law overhaul

In the sleepy Cuban fishing village of Cojimar that inspired Ernest Hemingway's "The Old Man and the Sea," locals say they are struggling to catch fish

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Dolce & Gabbana sees sales slowdown in China after ad backlash

Chinese customers account for more than a third of spending on luxury products worldwide 

Rocket launch into space by NASA

How NASA is becoming more business friendly

These are the steps being taken NASA to make it easier for small businesses and entrepreneurs to understand its needs and do business with it

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