Jack Ma, the wealthiest person in China, had already pledged two million protective masks to European countries. A first shipment of test kits, medical supplies and 500,000 masks intended for Italy, which has been hard-hit by the virus, arrived at Liege Airport in Belgium late Friday (local time)
Bill Gates said he reached the decision "to dedicate more time to philanthropic priorities including global health and development, education, and my increasing engagement in tackling climate change."
Elon Musk revealed that cost issues were among the reasons why Starship prototypes are being built so quickly, and being built out of steel rather than carbon composite.
Willis Towers Watson shareholders will receive 1.08 Aon shares for every Willis Towers Watson share they own. That values Willis Towers Watson’s equity at almost US$30 billion, a 16.2% premium to Friday’s closing price.
Instead of a Tesla vehicle automatically connecting to a paired smartphone when one opens the door or goes near the car, the vehicle will only connect to the paired smartphone after one occupies the driver’s seat and all the doors are closed.
Jack Dorsey and Elon Musk have lauded each other on social media before and a hashtag, #WeBackJack, started trending late Monday, with Twitter employees backing their CEO
“You’re looking at an 89-year-old guy who’s barely beginning to get with it,” Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett said about his Apple iPhone 11.
"With the successful launch of Disney's direct-to-consumer businesses and the integration of Twenty-First Century Fox well underway, I believe this is the optimal time to transition to a new CEO," Bob Iger said in statement from The Walt Disney Company
The move to return about half of HP’s market capitalisation to investors is a de facto poison pill to block Xerox’s takeover approach. The added leverage makes it a lot harder for Xerox to buy HP, which is three times its size
Lex Wexner has been forced to step down as part of a deal which sees New York-based private equity firm Sycamore Partners pay US$525 million for a controlling 55% stake in the business, taking it private.