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During the pandemic, Cirque du Soleil experienced a worst-case scenario. “That was the toughest period in my life,” says executive vice chairman, Daniel Lamarre. “[I]n my case, within 48 hours, I came from 44 shows to zero shows, went from a billion dollars of revenues to zero revenue. And my purpose in life, I took…
Two Senate committee chairs want the Small Business Administration to pull more funds into the Economic Impact Disaster Loan program. They are asking the SBA to pull Covid-19 relief money from relief programs where it hasn’t been spent.Last week, the SBA urged small business owners in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania to…
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USD/CAD breaks range and drops to test Wednesday’s low. Wall Street indices rise sharply, extending the rebound. Crude oil prices rise more than 3%, WTI approaches $11src.srcsrc. The USD/CAD broke under 1.299src and quickly tumbled to 1.2923, a two-day low. It is hovering around 1.2945/5src, still up for the week but significantly off highs. Still, the…
“The Northman” star Alexander Skarsgard is placing his East Village apartment on the market for $2.6 million, according to Architectural Digest. The Swedish actor purchased the cool unit in 2017 for $2.3 million. The downtown digs come with a celeb pedigree. Skarsgard’s place was reportedly owned by Parker Posey, who sold it in 2008 for…
“WHEN WE GO at ’em,” Carl Icahn growls, proudly, “we go at ’em.” After decades as chief executives’ number-one tormentor, the 86-year-old’s disdain for them has softened only a tad. “I wouldn’t call them buffoons,” he told Schumpeter recently, “but, with many exceptions, they are in way over their heads.” Mr Icahn continues to browbeat…
May 1src, 2src22 It’s a cliche, but they say it’s best to write what you know. That was the case for comedian Sarah Cooper, who rose to viral social media fame in the Trump era through her lip sync TikTok videos. She formerly worked at Yahoo and Google, and she found her way into comedy,…
This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. Little by little the metaverse is democratized. Or at least that's what we want to believe: brands venture with marketing campaigns into virtual universes where it is possible to buy digital goods and services, attend fashion shows,…
Customers are more connected than ever digitally. But how do they connect with brands emotionally?Through trust, a new Salesforce State of the Connected Customer report suggests. Customers are willing to trust brands, and there are certain issues that are key to that.Trusting customers. Nearly half (49%) say they mostly trust companies to act with society’s…