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Alpha Woman looks to foster fierce women in cannabis

While many had hoped that the developing cannabis industry would become a playground for diverse, inclusive business leaders and executives, the industry is falling behind.

US, Europe shun Saudi conference over Khashoggi

Washington - US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and senior ministers from Europe on Thursday pulled out of an investment conference in Saudi Arabia, deepening the kingdom's isolation amid an uproar over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

French minister pulls out of Saudi conference over Khashoggi

Paris - French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire said Thursday he was pulling out of a major investment conference in Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Mnuchin to decide Thursday if attending Saudi conference

Washington - US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will decide on Thursday whether he will attend an investment conference in Riyadh that has been boycotted by global business leaders concerned about the fate of Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi.

Khashoggi fallout: Saudi conference no-shows

Dubai - US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Thursday joined top US and European officials, as well as corporate chiefs, pulling out of an upcoming investment conference in Saudi Arabia, following the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Q&A: How women can get ahead in fintech Special

October is Women’s Small Business Month, a series of events dedicated to celebrating the contributions and successes of our nation’s women small business owners. To mark this, Digital Journal spoke with a leading female CEO working in fintech SaaS.

What businesses need to focus on for 2019

As well as the other challenges facing businesses in 2019 and beyond, a particular focus needs to be placed onto digital ethics and data privacy, according to industry analysts Gartner. The firm outlines the top ten coming industry and technology trends.

US pot producer asks Trump to stop Canada's domination of market

An American marijuana producer is warning Donald Trump that Canada is poised to take over the North American cannabis market and he needs to do something to eliminate barriers to financing and market capital in the U.S.

Oilsands bitumen — Producers losing money on every barrel sold

A financial analyst says prices being paid for Western Canadian oil sands bitumen have fallen so far that producers are losing money on every barrel sold into the spot market.

China's Belt and Road tempts states, but comes with risks

Nusa Dua - China's massive "Belt and Road Initiative" building push may create debt risks but is also responding to major infrastructure gaps in Asia and could boost global trade, World Bank officials say.

Canadian Regulators — Pot firms failing on investor disclosures

Cannabis industry companies have several "deficiencies" in their disclosures to investors, including insufficient information in their financial statements, Canadian securities regulators say.

China's ultra wealthy buffeted as trade war bites

Bejing - China's ultra wealthy saw their ranks thinned this year as the trade war with the US pummelled stocks and shredded billions of dollars of paper wealth, a survey showed Wednesday.

Fix trade, don't destroy it, IMF chief Lagarde warns

Bali - International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde called on world leaders Monday to fix global trade systems instead of trying to tear them down in a rebuke to nationalist politicians pushing tariffs and protectionism.

Aurora Cannabis plans NYSE listing by end of the month

Aurora Cannabis announced today that it has applied for a listing on the New York Stock Exchange. If approved, the company expects to be trading on the NYSE by the end of the month.

Tesla just turned in an epic quarter for deliveries

Analysts aren't yet overly concerned about Tesla overproducing for the US market, an inversion of the worry they usually have for established automakers.

Raising the minimum wage helped Walmart boost sales

Walmart, Amazon's biggest rival in online shopping, increased its minimum wage back in 2016. That same year, the retailer saw a boost in sales, which the CEO attributed to the pay raise.

Amazon raises minimum wage to $15 for all U.S. employees

Starting on November 1, Amazon is raising its minimum wage to $15, a bump that could have implications throughout the US workforce.

Digital innovation can boost Australian economy

A new survey finds that digital innovation has the potential to deliver $315 billion in gross economic value to Australia, over the course of ten years assuming that the opportunities presented are realized.

Elon Musk to step down as chairman of Tesla and pay fine

Elon Musk agreed Saturday to step down as chairman of Tesla and pay a $20 million fine in a deal to settle charges brought this week by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Tesla stocks tumble after SEC accuses Elon Musk of fraud

Shares of Tesla nosedived 12 percent in early trading Friday morning as Wall Street absorbs the implications of a lawsuit the Securities and Exchange Commission filed Thursday against CEO Elon Musk for defrauding investors.

How Schneider Electric balances risk and reward for the IIoT

This article is sponsored content from Cognizant. 3 critical factors of IIoT cyber protection The benefits of the IIoT are undeniable.

Honeywell taps AT&T to help bridge spotty IoT connections

This story is sponsored content from Cognizant. Unreliable communication networks meant transportation companies are unable to capture full value from the IoT. But that’s changing.

Robotic automation can unleash reimagination

This story is sponsored content from Cognizant. Cognizant (Nasdaq: CTSH) is dedicated to helping the world’s leading companies build stronger businesses — helping them go from doing digital to being digital.

Google ex-CEO Eric Schmidt says Internet to split in two by 2028

Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt said that he believes the internet will split in two within a decade. He told an audience at a private event in San Francisco that he foresees a break between the Chinese-led internet and the non-Chinese led internet.

Italy's Antitrust contests Ryanair's hand baggage charge

Rome - Italy's competition authority Antitrust has opened an inquiry into low-cost airline Ryanair's decision to charge passengers for hand luggage, a which the body described an "essential" item for travellers.

US pressuring German firms 'daily' over Iran sanctions

Frankfurt Am Main - Washington's ambassador in Berlin has been pressuring German firms "daily" to comply with American sanctions on Iran, a spokeswoman said Thursday, even as European governments look to shield their companies from US ire.

James Bond carmaker Aston Martin targets £5.1 bn IPO

London - Aston Martin, the luxury British sports car brand favoured by fictional spy James Bond 007, said Thursday that its upcoming stock market flotation would look to value the group at up to £5.1 billion ($6.7 billion, 5.7 billion euros).

How digital collaboration lets humans be human

This story is sponsored content from Cognizant. Cognizant (Nasdaq: CTSH) is dedicated to helping the world’s leading companies build stronger businesses — helping them go from doing digital to being digital.

Amazon opens up into the small business world

Amazon has opened up a new store (or channel) called Amazon Storefronts. The mini-site will only sell products produced by small-to-medium sized businesses. To begin with the service is only available in the U.S.

iPhone XS reviews are starting to come in — with few complaints

This article originally appeared on Business Insider. The first wave of reviews of Apple's latest iPhone XS and XS Max are in, and they're widely favorable.
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