Day: November 11, 2020

Whether you have a brick-and-mortar business or are thinking of taking advantage of the big Good End or Cyber Monday sales, now is the best time to be online.

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The year-end shopping season begins amid a “new normal” brought on by the pandemic. With social distancing measures and an uncertain outlook for the near future, Mexican micro and small businesses are determined to face the coming months with resilience. According to the results of the GoDaddy Global Entrepreneurship Survey 2020 , 36% of Mexican entrepreneurs are considering the possibility of implementing online sales to their current

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The year 2020 turned out to be a watershed in leadership, as many executives were suddenly challenged to rethink their business, their future, their people, and their place in the world. The aftermath of the year’s disruptions and the lessons that have been jarringly forced upon leaders will continue to influence how organizations are led for decades to come.

One theme emerging from the crisis has been an erosion between what is public and what is private, between what is properly the concern of the social sector and what responsibility is

What do the most bingeable podcasts of our time — Dirty John, Dr. Death, Business Wars, and American History Tellers — all have in common? They are produced by Wondery, the world’s largest independent podcaster, known for its unique niche of immersive Hollywood-style storytelling. Launched in 2016, it became the fastest network to join the Top 10 ranker by Podtrac. Wondery’s shows are so entertaining that 20 have reached No. 1 on Apple Podcasts, with many being turned into must-see TV. With $15M in venture capital from high-profile backers, it’s projected to surpass $40M in revenue by the end of 2020, a 75% growth from 2019. In the next episode of our “Leadership Lessons” series, Comparably co-founder/CEO Jason Nazar will host a lively conversation with Wondery founder/CEO Hernan Lopez. They will discuss the greatest management lessons Lopez learned, from his nearly 20-year tenure at Fox International Channels to Wondery and


After a frenzy of vaccine optimism lifted global stocks to a record and sent havens into a tailspin, some strategists said the moves may have gone too far and tough questions remain unanswered. that the inoculation developed by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE was more than 90 per cent effective in preventing Covid-19 infections sparked a surge of bets Monday on stocks such as cruise operators and airlines that wilted amid the pandemic.


Traditional refuges such as Treasuries, gold, and the yen slumped. But experts said the shot still has hurdles to clear, adding questions about its production, distribution and performance remain unanswered.


That tempered the euphoric earlier embrace of a potential path out of the health crisis. Concerns about US fiscal stimulus, the transition of power to President-elect Joe Biden and surging virus cases also came back to the fore. Monday’s vaccine