The owner of Kay Jewelers, Jared and Zales is setting a big sales target as business starts to pick up again after a turbulent year.
In a presentation to investors Monday, executives from Signet Jewelers Ltd. announced a plan to boost annual sales to $9 billion -- a
Who is Randy Almeida Couto?
I'm a Montreal-native business professional, consulting agency owner, skincare brand founder, and self-proclaimed Goal Digger. I have been working in the professional space for over a decade in marketing, leadership, and project management roles.
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Who is Thierry Giupponi?
I started working in accounting at 21 years old and then I got hired by reuters for network monitoring on some Unix and Linux systems. I trained in various areas of IT (networks, infrastructure, IoT, security) and started different mandates as a
Who is David Brain?
I am a Brit living in New Zealand; married with two almost grown up children. Sometimes it’s a bit quiet here compared to London, but it’s not a bad place to escape the pandemic. Most of my career was spent running
Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers said New York state’s new budget deal, which raises taxes on millionaires, may backfire, especially if Congress doesn’t repeal the federal cap on state and local tax deductions.
Millionaires “deserve to pay more taxes -- it should
happen,” Summers said in
Fears of gentrification doomed a long-planned effort to landmark Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood. For historic preservation advocates, that failure may be an instructive lesson.
In 2018, Chicago’s Department of Planning and Development felt that they had a progressive plan to preserve one of the city’s most rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods. Pilsen, on the city’s southwest side, was home to
New York moved toward creating the nation’s second-largest market for legal marijuana when the state Legislature passed Tuesday a bill that would impose special pot taxes and allow the licensing of dispensaries.
The measure (S.854A /A.1248A) would allow cannabis storefronts to open as soon as next
Diets don’t only change what the scale says.
They can also alter how your mind and body feel, which plays a role in how you perform at work. Maybe you’re the rare person operating at 100% efficiency with your current eating habits, but if not, looking
Futures for arabica coffee, the type used in lattes and flat whites at cafes like Starbucks Corp., are surging on signs that a global supply deficit is widening.
The world will be short 7.5 million bags for the this season’s crop cycle, following an outlook for reduced
Rather than raising taxes, we can finance bridge and road improvements by packaging and selling data on their usage.
secret that the roads, bridges, water and sewer systems that have shaped how
our communities developed over the last century are, in too many cases,
operating on borrowed time.