Why UPS Stock Could Be a Winner. Margins Are Improving.

UPS CEO Carol Tome. Photo by JIM WATSON / AFP via Getty Images Text size Until recently, United Parcel Service operated a little like the New York Yankees. But the company has changed in ways that are positive for the stock. Investors, along with baseball fans, may know that the Bronx Bombers have maintained an … Read more

Buying From Mark Cuban’s Pharmacy Could Save Medicare Billions, Study Says

Medicare’s prescription-drug program could save billions of dollars annually if it purchased generic acid-reflux, cancer and other drugs from a new pharmacy backed by investor Mark Cubanaccording to Harvard Medical School researchers. Mr. Cuban, the billionaire internet entrepreneur and owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, launched his pharmacy in January with an eye toward disrupting … Read more

Amazon’s New India Chief Pulled Plug on Cricket, Not the Country

It’s a sign of the tough calls ahead for the 52-year-old former Unilever Plc executive, who took on his current role in February. The country of nearly 1.4 billion people may be Amazon’s most promising long-term opportunity, but it’s also extremely challenging, with tough local rivals, a cantankerous government and unusually price-sensitive consumers. .

Bids for India Cricket Rights at $ 5.8 Billion on 1st Auction Day

The auction started slow on Sunday as bidders navigated carefully through the e-auction process – this is the first time it’s being tried for the IPL – but heated up later, according to one of the people, who did not want to be named as the information is not public. Bidding was more intense for … Read more

Amazon Plans to Pull Out of $ 7.7 Billion Race for Cricket Rights

The rights had been estimated to fetch an unprecedented $ 7.7 billion. The US giant is planning to throw in the towel rather than get into a bidding war, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing internal deliberations. While Amazon has already invested more than $ 6 billion in the country, more spending … Read more