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Women have long been underrepresented in the corridors of power but this will change and change fast in 2018 as more and more females get to lead the world’s biggest companies. The revolution will be sparked not by a desire to right an historical wrong but rather, by an incontestable economic imperative.
Squawk / 26 November 2014 at 16:48 GMT
Editor / Saxo Capital Markets UK
United Kingdom
My Outrageous Prediction for 2015: In a repeat of Time Warner's catastrophic merger with AOL in 2000, News Corp will make an audacious bid to merge with troubled Twitter after the social media giant records huge losses in 2015. Rupert Murdoch becomes the most followed person on Twitter, overtaking pop sensation Katy Perry before selling the stock again for peanuts. Facebook, on the other hand, doubles its stock price and emerges as the front runner to take over struggling Amazon.
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diavolul diavolul
Jeff Bezos will never accept a take over, that's for sure, I read so much about him and the Amazon project to know that maybe is the most determined antrepreneur! My true opinion!
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Yusuf Yassin Yusuf Yassin
True. But a good entrepreneur should also know when to cash in.

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