Steve Mollenkopf is retiring as CEO of Qualcomm after 26 years at the company, and will be replaced by Cristiano Amon.
The U.S. Department of Treasury is now going to allow banks to treat public chains as infrastructure similar to SWIFT, ACH and FedWire, and stablecoins like USDC as electronic stored value.
Concern is mounting over Jack Ma’s status, amid a months-long absence from the public’s eye.
Stewart Butterfield, CEO of Slack, says that both Slack and Salesforce have no intention of making Slack free for enterprises.
National Retail Federation CEO Matthew Shay says that the pandemic has made this a great time for innovation by retailers.
Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen says that customers who engage digitally come in more often and spend twice as much on average as non-digital customers.
Salesforce announced that it is buying Slack for $27.7 billion in cash and stock. The company says that combining Slack with Salesforce Customer 360 will be transformative for customers and the industry.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says that over 50% of business travel and 30% of time in the office will never come back even after pandemic restrictions are lifted
Legendary media executive Tom Rogers says that investors need to look under the hood a bit with Disney+ because a quarter of its subscribers are from a low-revenue deal with Hotstar based in India.