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Expedia names Alan Pickerill as new CFO

Expedia Names New CFO as Orderly Transition Unfolds After CEO's Abrupt Departure   (MarketWatch) - Expedia, Inc. named Alan Pickerill, a senior vice president at the company, as its chief financial officer Friday. Pickerill takes over the role from former CFO, Mark Okestrom who was named as the chief executive of Expedia. Expedia is the American travel

Red Star Express Records N7.3b Turnover, Declares Dividend

One of Nigeria’s leading logistics company, Red Star Express Plc, has posted a turnover of N7.3billion in the year under review which is ten percent (10%) higher than the preceding year. The profit before tax increased from N572million to N653million, while profit after tax also increased from N334.4million to N426.8million.   The

Automakers look ahead to replacing Houston’s drowned cars

DETROIT (Reuters) - The Big Three Detroit automakers on Friday reported better-than-expected August sales and issued optimistic outlooks for demand as residents of the Houston area replace flood-damaged cars and trucks after Hurricane Harvey, sending their shares higher. General Motors Co, Ford Motor Co and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV reported mixed

Why Ethiopia Airlines is Successful

...upgrades its flights to Brazil to Non-stop Direct   (Thisday) - Ethiopia Airlines possess unique, rare and difficult to imitate attributes that distinguish it from its peers in Africa. The airline is seen as the most successful airline in the continent. The Group CEO of the airline, Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, announced this week:

New Uber CEO promises change, sees IPO in 18-36 months

SAN FRANCISCO/GEORGETOWN, Del. (Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc's new Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi told employees on Wednesday the ride-services company would change its culture and may go public in 18 to 36 months. Khosrowshahi, who led travel-booking site Expedia Inc for 12 years, made the remarks as he introduced himself to

Toyota Invests In Grab, Which Is Beating Uber In Southeast Asia

Add Toyota Motor (TM) to the list of investors in ride-hailing service Grab, the startup that is looking to knock out Uber in Southeast Asia. Grab (formerly known as GrabTaxi) is a technology company that offers a wide range of ride-hailing and logistics services through its app in Malaysia and neighbouring Southeast Asian nations such as Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, and Thailand. As of