Positive vaccine news overshadowed politics this week for the first time in months. The Madison Business Review's Bryce Roth breaks down the latest on vaccines, spiking COVID-19 case counts and the stock market's performance.
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Snapchat soared this week in a busy week that saw companies like Netflix and Tesla also reported earnings. The Madison Business Review's Bryce Roth breaks down what moved the market in this week's market analysis.
ARLINGTON, Va., Oct. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® today announced it has selected Microsoft as its technology partner for the first-ever, all-digital CES® 2021. Microsoft will provide solutions, support and the underlying cloud technologies that will enable the all-digital event platform for CES 2021, the world's most influential technology event, happening Jan. 11-14. The event experience will use Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Power Platform to deliver an exhibitor showcase, media events, conference programming, networking events and more.
Mergers and acquisitions have fueled the growth of big businesses. Here's how corporations like Uber, Microsoft and Apple are overcoming the odds and expanding.
College isn't for everyone. Teachers and parents who pretend like it is can hurt students and put them in unnecessary long-term debt. Here's why skipping college may be the best investment a young person can make.
Positive vaccine data was washed out by ominous coronavirus case counts and anxiety in Washington as the deadline to solidify a new stimulus deal approaches. The Madison Business Review's Bryce Roth analyzes all that and more in this week's recap.
Steve Jobs and Bill Gates changed the world by founding Apple and Microsoft, and today, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk are doing the same at Amazon and Tesla. Here's what all four leaders have in common.
Looking for good long-term investments? Madison Business Review contributor Phillip Roth shares three top stock picks for the month ahead. Some are familiar and some are obscure, but all can make investors money.
No matter who wins the 2020 election, it appears big businesses will continue to lead the battle against climate change. Here's why and how.
The economic fallout from COVID-19 will doom some companies, but others may emerge stronger from it. Here's why tech giants that led the market in recent years will continue to thrive during and after the pandemic.