Ritchelle Ann De Castro

Ritchelle Ann De Castro

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  • New Chairman Of Alibaba Is A Stark Contrast To Jack Ma
    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd Executive Chairman Jack Ma
    Alibaba’s CEO and handpicked successor of chairman Jack Ma has the logic and critical thinking skills of a super computer.
  • China’s Alibaba Propelling To World Class Level Buttery And Sweet Rwanda Coffee
    High-Altitude And High-Quality East African Coffee Getting Help From Alibaba's Jack Ma
    Surprisingly with citrusy and fruity overtones, Rwanda’s coffee is getting a helping hand in the world stage from Alibaba.
  • Disgraced Nissan CEO Wants Nomination Committee To Pass The Baton
    Nissan CEO Saikawa To Step Down After Scandal Only After Successor Is Found
    Nissan CEO Saikawa is not resigning for getting excess compensation but only for responsibility in scandals involving former boss.
  • Despite Co-Producing Boeing’s Grounded 737 MAX Safran Expects Revenue Growth
    Aerospace Supplier Safran Raises Annual Forecast Earnings Despite Troubles With 737 MAX
    Undaunted by the 737 Boeing engines which Safran co-produces, the aerospace company raised its annual profit forecast based on the engines.
  • Nissan Doesn’t Think It’s Illegal Overpaying Company CEO
    Nissan Boss Admits Accepting Payment He Wasn’t Entitled To But Denies Wrongdoing
    Nissan Motors CEO Hiroto Saikawa admits accepting excess pay, aplogizes, denies any wrongdoing and voluntarily offers returning the money.
  • South Korean Business Leaders Invest In Reclusive Myanmar
    South Korean Firms Zeroing In On Asia's Last Frontier
    After opening up to foreign investors less than a decade ago, Myanmar’s economic potential and geographical attractiveness help cinch deals.
  • Shiite Money May Get Pushed Out Of The Formal Banking System
    Lebanon Bank Cannot Access Dollars After Being Accused Of Terrorist Activities
    Opening an account for an adherent of the Shia branch of Islam is risky leading to more untraceable cash transactions.
  • No Commitment From Emirates Airlines Due To Instability of Rolls-Royce Engine Program
    Emirates Airlines Says No To New Boeing And Airbus Planes
    No new Airbus and Boeing planes for Emirates Airlines until GE and Rolls-Royce improve their reliability.
  • LEGO’s Learning Through Play Continues Due To A Strong Chinese Momentum
    Danish Toy LEGO Continues On Building A Strong Chinese Market Presence
    The toy company attributed its growth in China to its enhanced investment in brand building both online and offline.
  • Strong Advocate For Goldman Sachs Diversity And Inclusion Efforts Leaves
    Investment Bank Goldman Sachs' Openly Gay Trading Co-Head Replaced
    In a slew of departures since Goldman Sachs appointed a new Chief Executive last year, Marty Chavez joins the two who left.
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