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Virtual Car Shopping and Home Delivery Drives New Generation of Buyers

Virtual Car Shopping and Home Delivery Drives New Generation of Buyers

A record-breaking 1.1 million digital and virtual car shoppers made it evident that they expect a “flawless experience” through their reviews and ratings. “Exceptional customer service is still what customers want and what dealerships must deliver whether online or on the lot,” explains Jamie Oldershaw, general manager of DealerRater. The 2021 Dealer of the Year […]

Microsoft Corp Purchases Activision Blizzard for $95 a Share

Microsoft Corp Purchases Activision Blizzard for $95 a Share

Microsoft Corp announced the acquisition of gaming company Activision Blizzard LLC, complete with mega titles such as “Call of Duty” and “Warcraft” for $68.7 billion or roughly $95 a share on Tuesday. At the close of this transaction, Microsoft will be the third-largest gaming conglomerate by revenue behind Tencent and Sony. The gaming industry has […]

Take-Two Interactive Agrees to Buy ‘Words With Friends’ Creator Zynga

Take-Two Interactive Agrees to Buy ‘Words With Friends’ Creator Zynga

The merger of Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. and mobile games giant Zynga Inc. appears to delight investors. Shares rose after Take-Two agreed to buy Zynga in a deal that will consolidate the companies creating a significant presence in the world of video gaming. As a result, French video game maker Ubisoft Entertainment SA’s shares traded […]

Better.com CEO Takes Time Off After Media Debacle

Better.com CEO Takes Time Off After Media Debacle

Better.com’s CEO Vishal Garg has announced he is taking time off after suddenly firing hundreds of employees. The company’s board of directors confirmed this in an email sent to employees on Friday, Dec. 10, 2021. The week before, Garg brought 900 employees onto a zoom call and told them that they are “part of the […]

United Airlines Vaccine Mandate Issues

United Airlines Vaccine Mandate Issues

United Airlines was ordered by Texas U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman that the company was barred from putting their unvaccinated employees on leave if they apply for a religious or medical exemption from its rigorous vaccine mandate. On Tuesday, the judge signed off on this order to protect 3 percent of the 67,000 United workers […]