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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailIMF's China GDP growth forecast upgrade is 'very sensible,' economist saysSi Tao Xu, chief economist at Deloitte China, discusses the International Monetary Fund's decision to raise its forecast for China's growth this year to 5% from 4.6%.
Persons: Si Tao Xu Organizations: Deloitte China, Monetary Locations: China
CNN —Southampton won what has been dubbed the “most valuable single match in world football” to secure its promotion to the Premier League on Sunday. Southampton joins both Leicester City and Ipswich Town in securing promotion to the Premier League this season. I think we really showed that today.”Southampton's Samuel Edozie and Ryan Fraser celebrates after winning the Championship play-off final. Dylan Martinez/ReutersA lot on the lineWith a place in the Premier League on the line – and the financial reward that comes with it – the Championship play-off final comes with high stakes and high pressure. Adam Armstrong celebrates after scoring the opening goal of the 2024 Championship play-off final against Leeds.
Persons: CNN —, Adam Armstrong, Jack Stephens, I’ve, ” “, ” Stephens, ” Southampton's Samuel Edozie, Ryan Fraser, Dylan Martinez, Will Smallbone, Armstrong, Illan Meslier, James Gill, Dan James Organizations: CNN, CNN — Southampton, Premier League, Southampton, Leeds United, Wembley, Deloitte’s Sports Business Group, Leicester City, Ipswich Town, Sky Sports, Reuters, Leeds, Wales Locations: London
India and Japan are two bright spots in Asia's "supremely interesting" markets, JPMorgan's Filippo Gori said at the bank's Global China Summit on Thursday, referring to the region's equity as well as deal-making landscape. India, which is very in high demand," Gori, co-head of global banking at JPMorgan, told CNBC. While mergers and acquisitions activity declined globally in 2023, Japan's deal value rose 23% from a year ago to about $123 billion, Bain & Company said in its Japan M&A report. "Japan's economy is uniquely well positioned for growth in M&A," the report said. Last year M&A deal value in India stood at $136 billion, a 27% drop for a year earlier, which was in line with the global decline in M&A activity, according to Deloitte's India M&A trends report.
Persons: Filippo Gori, Deloitte Organizations: Global China Summit, JPMorgan, CNBC, Japan's Nikkei, Bain & Company, Companies, China, Apple Locations: India, Japan, Gori, China
Young men without college degrees have been dropping out of the workforce for decades. On Thursday, the Pew Research Center released a report delving into whether a college degree is worth it. The report compares economic outcomes for young adults who've completed a college degree with those who have not. "Accompanying that wages were also bid up for non-college educated young men at that time." Fry added, "the rising rates of young men with criminal records" could be a reason given they could have a hard time finding work.
Persons: who've, it's, , Richard Fry, Fry, Pew, Gen, millennials Organizations: Service, Pew Research Center, Business, Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Pew, Deloitte
The lack of female leadership in the financial industry is nothing new, but many companies have been making strides. But as I watch senior women continue their exodus from Goldman, I'm not sure the company actually wants to change. While many companies have modernized to embrace hybrid and remote work, Goldman has not. Rather than changing its "be in the office every day and grind it out" culture to better suit women, Goldman puts the onus on us to change ourselves to fit the model. But Goldman leadership seems to want the benefits of gender diversity without the hard work of supporting diverse leadership styles.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, , Dina Powell McCormick, Beth Hammack, Stephanie Cohen, Goldman, I'd, It's, it's, Morgan Stanley, Jamie Dimon, David Solomon, I'm, hadn't, Julia Boorstin, — Goldman, I've, she's, Asahi Pompey, Yassaman Salas, Rebecca Anderton, Davies, Lindsay MacMillan Organizations: Street Journal, Goldman, Citi, JPMorgan, International Workplace, McKinsey, LinkedIn, CNBC, Deloitte, Asahi Locations: Canada, London, New York
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThere's a real gap between what workers want and employers need, says former Deloitte executiveAshley Goodall, former Cisco and Deloitte executive, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the evolution of the workplace, the gap between workers and employers that is attributable to it, and more.
Persons: Ashley Goodall Organizations: Cisco, Deloitte
Younger workers are foregoing higher education as costs continue to remain top of mind — and the value of a college education isn't what it used to be. On Wednesday, Deloitte released a survey on Gen Z and millennial attitudes toward the world and their financial conditions. That comes as over half of Gen Z and millennials are living paycheck to paycheck, per the report — a continued trend among younger workers. For both Gen Z and millennials, the cost of living is their top concern, with Gen Z also concerned about potential unemployment. Still, younger adults' perceptions toward higher education seem to skew away from overall attitudes toward a postsecondary degree or credential.
Persons: Gen, millennials, Zs, Elizabeth Faber, Gen Z, Faber, YouGov, hasn't, they're Organizations: Service, Deloitte, Business, Deloitte Global Chief People, Gallup, Lumina Foundation
In 2016, I was offered a role as a director of product design at a New York tech startup called UpTop. How I got a job at a New York tech startupI studied business law at college in Ukraine but decided I wanted to follow my passion and become a designer. I worked at three other companies in Ukraine before moving to the US, doing UX and product design. In the US, I feel that big companies are developing original ideas and patents, while in Ukraine, the biggest tech companies provide consultancy services. As a product design director at UpTop, I could choose which features to research and test and decide how a certain feature would be implemented.
Persons: , Yaroslav Zubko, I'd, hadn't, I've, UpTop, it's, Tinder Organizations: Service, Business, Zubko, Deloitte Locations: New York, Ukraine, America, UpTop, Tinder, SoftServe, Ukrainian
Swedish financial technology company Klarna said Tuesday that nearly 9 out of 10 employees in its 5,000-strong workforce are now using generative artificial intelligence tools in their daily work. Klarna, which lets individuals split their purchases into interest-free, monthly installments, said over 87% of its employees are using generative AI tools, including OpenAI's ChatGPT and its own internal AI assistant. The biggest users of generative AI in the company are those in non-technical groups, such as communications (92.6%), marketing (87.9%) and legal (86.4%), Klarna said. At those rates, Klarna is seeing much higher adoption of generative AI within the company than in the broader corporate world. Klarna has its own internal AI assistant, called Kiki.
Persons: Klarna, OpenAI's, Kiki Organizations: Deloitte
As anchor department stores left malls, so did some name-brand chains like Ruby Tuesday, Chili’s, Applebee’s and others. What’s taking their place illustrates a large shift in US tastes: There’s a boom in smaller and regional restaurant chains with a local following. At the same time, many national chains are prioritizing drive-thru locations over their sit-down restaurants in malls. Chick-fil-A restaurants were only located in mall food courts for the company’s first 20 years. “Traditional mall restaurants were casual dining chains like Chili’s, TGI Fridays, and quick-service restaurants in food courts.
Persons: Ruby, What’s, Paul Hennessy, , Chris Simms, Simms, Gabby Jones, Mark Hunter, CBRE, RJ Hottovy, ” Hottovy, David Kim, ” Kim, It’s Organizations: New, New York CNN, Anadolu Agency, Getty, , Food, JCPenney, Nordstrom, Green, Westfield Garden, Bloomberg, Deloitte, NV Locations: New York, Applebee’s, Orlando , Florida, Paramus , New Jersey, United States, Greenbriar, Atlanta, Korean, Henderson
Bubble tea: ChaPanda shares plunge in Hong Kong IPO
  + stars: | 2024-04-23 | by ( Anna Cooban | )   time to read: +3 min
The company, also known as Chabaidao or ChaPanda, had priced its shares at $17.50 Hong Kong dollars ($2.23) apiece, but they plunged as low as $10.80 Hong Kong dollars ($1.38) in the first two hours of trading on the Hong Kong stock exchange. Bubble tea (also called “black pearl tea” or “boba tea”) originated in Taiwan in the 1980s, but has since found millions of devotees around the world. In January, two of China’s most popular bubble tea brands, Mixue Group and Guming Holdings, applied for IPOs on Hong Kong’s stock exchange. Another Chinese bubble tea maker, Nayuki, has lost 88% of its stock market value since going public in Hong Kong in 2021. “The overall turnover and valuation of the (Hong Kong) stock market, which depend on the market liquidity, i.e.
Persons: Baidao, Frost, Frost & Sullivan, Robert Lui, , , Laura Organizations: London CNN —, Hong, Frost &, China, Franchise Association . Stock, Mixue, Guming Holdings, Deloitte Locations: Sichuan, Hong Kong, Chengdu, Taiwan, China, Hong, Dealogic, Shanghai, Shenzhen
But its private sector has played a limited role in space exploration, acting mostly as suppliers and vendors for its national space agency, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). “Very few companies globally are able to make it to orbit yet.”Pawan Chandana, the co-founder of Skyroot Aerospace Skyroot Aerospace Pvt. As Indian space startups mature over the coming years, he expects the government to become a customer, enabling further growth. Many private space companies source income from governments, including Space X, which has raked in billions of dollars from US government contracts. In November 2022, Skyroot Aerospace launched India's first privately built rocket, Vikram-S. Skyroot Aerospace Pvt.
Persons: Vikram, ” Pawan Chandana, , Pawan Chandana, Narendra Modi, , Susmita Mohanty, Skyroot, Chandana, ridesharing, Kari Bingen, Modi, Mohanty Organizations: CNN, Indian Space Research Organization, ISRO, Elon, SpaceX, Skyroot Aerospace, Skyroot Aerospace Skyroot Aerospace, . Ltd, McKinsey & Company, Economic, , LEO —, Vikram Sarabhai, Aerospace Security, Center for Strategic, International Studies, Deloitte, India’s, NASA Locations: India, United States, Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram, Singapore
DeloitteDaniel Leal/AFP via Getty ImagesBusiness Insider analyzed disclosure data from the US Office of Foreign Labor Certification to work out how much each member of the Big Four pays its employees. At Deloitte, salaries range from $49,219 a year for entry-level analysts to as much as $875,000 a year for senior principals. The firm's US operation employs just over 170,000 people across 80 offices, with its headquarters at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York. Employees are entitled to 16 weeks of paid parental leave, can take three or six-month sabbaticals at 40% of their base pay, and are eligible for a wellbeing subsidy worth up to $1,000. Deloitte doesn't have a set RTO policy, although this may vary from team to team.
Persons: Daniel Leal, Deloitte doesn't Organizations: Getty Images, of Foreign Labor, Big, Deloitte, Rockefeller, Employees Locations: New York
Paige Bueckers, 22, is a star guard on UConn's women's basketball team. Her style and support for her teammates at this year's draft have gotten a lot of love online. AdvertisementPaige Bueckers was one of the most-talked-about names after the 2024 WNBA draft on Monday, April 15, and she wasn't even one of the recruits. The 2023 WNBA season was "its most-watched regular season in 21 years," the league reported, and Deloitte predicted women's sports will surpass $1 billion in revenue for the first time. AdvertisementGet to know Paige Bueckers before she returns to UConn for her last dance and discover why she's the internet's latest obsession.
Persons: Paige Bueckers, She's, , Louis Vuitton, Bueckers, Aaliyah Edwards, Nika Mühl, tweeting, Edwards, Kris Jenner, eyeing, Caitlin Clark, Naismith, Clark, Angel Reese Organizations: UConn, WNBA, Service, Washington Mystics, Seattle Storm, Best, Big East, NCAA, Deloitte
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCaitlin Clark helping drive WNBA to 'higher heights' financially, says Commissioner Cathy EngelbertCathy Engelbert, commissioner of the WNBA and former Deloitte CEO, joins CNBC's 'Power Lunch' to discuss the WNBA's booming popularity, Caitlin Clark, and more.
Persons: Caitlin Clark, Cathy Engelbert Cathy Engelbert Organizations: WNBA, Deloitte
But right now we're seeing that even if you're the best, women are not paid their fair share." However, WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert, speaking at CNBC's inaugural Changemakers Summit on Thursday in New York City, said there's a "false narrative" around Clark's expected salary, likening it to the way that executive salaries are displayed for public companies. Cathy Engelbert, Commissioner of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) speaking at the CNBC Changemakers Event in New York on April 18th, 2024. The NBA has around $13 billion in revenue while the WNBA is roughly around $200 million. Caitlin Clark poses with WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert after being selected first overall pick by the Indiana Fever during the 2024 WNBA Draft.
Persons: Caitlin Clark, Joe Biden, Clark, Victor Wembanyama —, , Cathy Engelbert, there's, Engelbert, Danielle DeVries, Caitlin, she's, we're, Sarah Stier Organizations: Indiana Fever, House, San Antonio Spurs, NBA, Summit, Deloitte, National Basketball Association, CNBC, Nike, Gatorade, State, WNBA, Athletic, Getty Locations: New York City, New York, U.S, Iowa
Read previewLinkedIn released its annual US list of the best big employers for career growth this week, and JPMorgan Chase & Co. ranked No. A few kinds of employers emerge among LinkedIn's top 15 large companies for US career growth including financial-services giants like JPMorgan and Wells Fargo, telecom companies AT&T and Verizon, and the Big Four accounting firms Deloitte and PwC. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. "This year's honorees are proving that investment in the employee experience is vital in today's workplaces," the report said. "Our methodology uses LinkedIn data to rank companies based on eight pillars that have been shown to lead to career progression," the report said.
Persons: , Wells, it's, Nick Bunker Organizations: Service, JPMorgan Chase &, JPMorgan, AT, Verizon, Big, Deloitte, PwC, Business, North America Locations: Wells Fargo
Gen Zers are in their boycott era, turning against anything that doesn't align with their beliefs. But McGoff said Gen Zers wanted their workplace to align politically — so they had to talk about it. Getty ImagesGabrielle Yap, who's 26, said Gen Zers grew up in a time when information was available at their fingertips 24/7. "The company's public stance on these points, as well as the managers' views, affect the organization's capacity to hire Gen Zers," he said. It was a 2018 survey by Deloitte, not Deloitte's 2023 Gen Z and Millennial Survey.
Persons: Zers, , there's, Gen, Z, Gen Zers, Karim Adib, Omar Taleb, Zer, George Floyd, Erin McGoff, McGoff, Adib, Gabrielle Yap, We've, we're, Yap, It's, Khalid Machchate, Zoomers, would've, Taleb Organizations: Service, Starbucks, McDonalds, Hyundai, HP, Siemens, Deloitte, Survey, ClickThrough, Bright Network, W Technology Locations: Israel, Gaza, who's, Lindsey, Africa
The best companies to work for include big names in tech, health care and financial services, according to new research from LinkedIn. On Tuesday, the networking platform released its annual Top Companies list identifying the 50 best places in the U.S. for professionals to grow their careers. JP Morgan Chase & Co. claimed the No.1 spot, with other recognizable names like Verizon, Amazon and Wells Fargo rounding out the top 10. LinkedIn published two lists as part of its report: one for midsize companies with at least 250 employees and another for large companies with 5,000 employees or more. Citi, which ranked 14th on LinkedIn's list last year, was not eligible for this year's list after announcing it was eliminating approximately 10% of its workforce in January 2024.
Persons: JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Chase, Andrew Seaman, Seaman Organizations: LinkedIn, Companies, Verizon, Amazon, Amazon Wells, Deloitte PwC UnitedHealth, Alphabet Inc, Citi, UnitedHealth, Moderna, Visa, American Express, Procter & Gamble, Harvard Business School, CNBC Locations: U.S
It comes at a time when women's sports generally — from basketball to soccer and even volleyball — are attracting new viewers. Last week's college women's basketball championship game between the Hawkeyes and the South Carolina Gamecocks, meanwhile, snagged more viewers than any basketball — women or men, college or pro — since 2019, ESPN said. It's not just women's college ball that's luring eyeballs. Attendance at US women's pro soccer games increased by 23% in 2023, according to National World Soccer League commissioner Jessica Berman. And that's just the start, according to hedge fund mogul Marc Larsry, who recently declared women's sports the next "big opportunity" for sports investing.
Persons: Big3, Caitlin Clark, Caitlin, Ted Lasso, Jason Sudeikis, Travis Scott, It's, Jessica Berman, Marc Larsry Organizations: University of Iowa, Business, Iowa Hawkeyes, Hawkeyes, South Carolina Gamecocks, ESPN, National World Soccer League, Deloitte, Wall Locations: Nebraska, Silicon
Danielle Shultz is a professional dancer and runs her own corporate wellness business. Her business, Triangle Sessions, has landed contracts with Google, Meta, and Deloitte. She also runs her startup Triangle Sessions, which offers corporate wellness and team-building events. When she's not at dance rehearsal, Shultz teaches Triangle Sessions classes on topics like relaxation and terrarium building. Danielle Shultz, 36, is a dancer with The Metropolitan Opera and runs her own corporate wellness business.
Persons: Danielle Shultz, Shultz, , Zers, Bankrate —, she's, I've, Robert Nickelsberg, It's, Schulz Organizations: Triangle, Google, Deloitte, Service, Metropolitan Opera, YouGov, Triangle Sessions, The, Sessions Locations: Philadelphia, New York City, York
Many accountants resign due to inadequate pay and limited opportunities for career advancement, according to a recent report from The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) and Robert Half, which surveyed over 1,200 current and former accounting and finance professionals. Britton says accountants leaving the field are often moving into jobs in finance and technology. To alleviate the talent shortage, more companies are increasing entry-level salaries for finance and accounting roles, offering referral bonuses and hiring temporary workers, the IMA and Robert Half report found. Many of these jobs offer remote or hybrid options, Robert Half found. Britton anticipates that the percentage of accounting jobs that are remote or hybrid will likely grow in the coming months as employers adjust their recruitment strategies to attract more talent.
Persons: Robert Half, Brandi Britton, Britton, they're, you've, Deloitte —, Julia Pollak, Organizations: Wall Street, The Institute of Management Accountants, IMA, Public, BLS, Accountants, Bloomberg, Big, KPMG, PWC, EY, Deloitte, CNBC Locations: U.S, FlexJobs
The résumé that landed Virmani a job at Google is two pages long — a decision he defends today. Six months after deciding to switch careers, he landed a role as a data and machine learning specialist at Google's Seattle office. Related storiesHere's the résumé he used to apply for his job at Google, which pays more than $300,000 a year. She sent her video résumé, which took her 10 hours to create, to the hiring manager directly, Kobayashi previously told BI. A Google recruiter saw the video and reached out to her, and she eventually landed a role at the tech giant.
Persons: Ankit Virmani, , Virmani, Ankit, you'll, Gen Zs, West, Mariana Kobayashi, Kobayashi, Axel Springer Organizations: Deloitte, Google, Service, Microsoft, Business Locations: India, Seattle,
March Madness branded Powerade bottles before the game between the Maryland Terrapins and the South Carolina Gamecocks during the Elite Eight round of the 2023 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament held at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina, on March 27, 2023The NCAA Women's Championship between Iowa and South Carolina set a record on Sunday, drawing 18.7 million viewers on ABC and ESPN. The game peaked at 24 million viewers, ESPN said, and was the most-watched NCAA women's college basketball game since 1992. The championship, which saw Caitlin Clark-led Iowa fall to South Carolina, was the most-watched basketball game, either men's or women's and college or professional, since 2019. "With a record-setting audience of 18.7 million viewers, Sunday's Iowa-South Carolina title game was a fitting finale to the most-viewed ever NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament," said ESPN Chairman Jimmy Pitaro in a statement. The semifinals between Iowa and University of Connecticut last week also shattered viewership records, peaking at 17 million viewers, according to ESPN.
Persons: Caitlin Clark, Jimmy Pitaro, Clark, that's Organizations: Maryland Terrapins, South Carolina Gamecocks, Secours Wellness, NCAA, ABC, ESPN, Iowa, University of Connecticut, Deloitte Locations: Greenville , South Carolina, Iowa, South Carolina
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWNBA Commissioner on the 'Caitlin Clark effect', impact on women's sports and equal pay pushCathy Engelbert, WNBA Commissioner and former Deloitte CEO, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss last night's NCAA Women's College Basketball Final, the impact of Caitlin Clark on women's basketball, WNBA's media rights, equal pay push, and more.
Persons: Caitlin Clark, Cathy Engelbert Organizations: WNBA, Deloitte, NCAA Women's
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