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Consumer demand for autonomous vehicles is on the rise, and will only continue to grow. If traditional carmakers want to keep up with Silicon Valley upstarts, they’re going to need to start thinking outside the box
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As more employees turn to self-employment, the rise of the gig economy could have far-reaching effects on the corporate employment model
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Mary Barra makes history as new GM chairman
The General Motors CEO made history when she was appointed to the position two years ago, and has smashed yet another glass ceiling after being elected as the company’s next chairman
Dalian Wanda sets sights on Hollywood
Chinese property behemoth Dalian Wanda agrees to buy a majority stake in Legendary Entertainment
The top 5 biggest family-owned businesses
Mrassociates takes a brief look at the five most successful family-owned enterprises in the world
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When it comes to public relations, there is always more to uncover beneath the surface. As it picks up the pieces after its recent PR disaster, SeaWorld is learning a valuable lesson
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