Yesterday’s private-sector payrolls report from ADP showed the industry adding 49,000 jobs in April. That translated into a 0.66 percent increase overall — triple the broader total. It followed a string of increases going back more than two years.
Atlassian (NASDAQ: TEAM) announced 3Q19 earnings, which ended in June 2019. Atlassian provides team collaboration and productivity software such as Jira Software and Confluence. Over… Read More »Aussie Tech Unicorn Atlassian releases Q3 Earnings
Uber, the ride-sharing giant finally filed for its long-awaited IPO. Highlights Monthly active users reached 91 million. Average user takes 5.5 trips in a month.… Read More »The ride-sharing giant, Uber finally filed for its long-awaited IPO
Imperial Hotel, Ltd. is a company that operates hotels in Japan. Its flagship hotel was founded in 1890, located in Tokyo. It is known as… Read More »Earning Analysis: Imperial Hotel, Ltd. (TSE: 9708)
Xiaomi Corporation is a Chinese electronics company headquartered in Beijing and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (stock code:1810). Xiaomi produces smartphones, laptops, and Internet of things (IoT) products, as well as internet services. It was founded by Lei Jun in 2010 and grew rapidly to a major tech player in China. Xiaomi started its international expansion from 2014 and went public on HKSE in July 2018.
Royal Caribbean Cruises controls and operates four global cruise brands: Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises and Silversea Cruises. Besides those brands, the company also owns a 50% joint venture interest in the German brand TUI Cruises and a 49% interest in the Spanish brand Pullmantur. Altogether, RCL operate about 60 ships in total.