Reddit has hired Andrew (Drew) Vollero as its first CFO as the company prepares to go public.
Elon Musk has officially dubbed himself ‘Technoking of Tesla’ and CFO Zach Kirkhorn is now ‘Master of Coin.” Seriously, this title change was in an SEC filing.
In his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, Warren Buffet admitted that he personally made a mistake that cost the company $11 billion.
Tripadvisor CFO, Ernst Teunissen says that the company is going to hold the line on adding back costs. Trip Advisor reduced expenditures by a staggering 32 percent in 2020 as governments worldwide banned and restricted travel.
Business is really simple, and people are more productive and they’re doing things that can lead to growth and opportunity says ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott. That’s the whole point of digital transformation.
Rene Lacarte, CEO of Bill.com, says that the pandemic reinvention is real for small and medium-sized businesses and that they need to innovate and digitize the back office.
There’s a perniciously false effective markets argument made for shorting says Tesla CEO Elon Musk. It is vice disguised as virtue.
IBM today announced third-quarter 2020 earnings results. Although overall revenue was slightly down again cloud revenue was up big.
Forbes created a cool video two-minute video timeline of the richest billionaires in America over the last ten years. The current wealthiest American, of course, is Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos who is worth $179 billion.
Ken Sena, co-founder, and CEO at Aiera discusses how Aiera is revolutionizing the use of artificial intelligence by investment analysts.