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UPS aumenta un 15% su beneficio operativo internacional en el Q1 2016

UPS anunció un incremento de 1,27 dólares en ganancias diluidas por acción durante el primer trimestre de 2016, un aumento del 13% respecto a lo obtenido en el mismo período del año anterior. La compañía obtuvo unos resultados récord durante el primer trimestre, impulsados por los segmentos de paquetería doméstica en EE.UU. e Internacional. El […]

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Inteligencia artificial y personalización, claves que transformarán la industria logística en los próximos diez años

DHL, líder mundial en logística global, acaba de presentar su informe Logistics Trend Radar 2016, que puede descargarse en www.dhl.com/trendradar, donde analiza las 26 tenencias clave que transformarán la industria de la logística en los próximos cinco o diez años. La tercera edición del estudio incluye también un seguimiento de las tendencias detectadas en años […]

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BusinessBusiness and finance

The success of Leicester City will be pored over for management lessons

IF YOU read the back pages of the British press this weekend, you might be forgiven for thinking Claudio Ranieri, an affable Italian, has found a way to turn water into wine. In footballing terms, he has. Mr Ranieri manages a club in England, Leicester City, which historically has not been very good. On May 2nd his team became de facto champions of the English Premier League (the lead is now unassailable), a competition more watched than any other on the planet, and so infused with money that those among the biggest-spending clubs—Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United—have won all 20 league titles of the past 20 years.

Leicester’s utterly unlikely victory has enthralled fans who like to see an underdog do well. Sports obsessives will spend the summer debating how the cunning Foxes did it, and if their good form can be sustained. But Leicester’s triumph will also spark interest in the world of business, which has long looked to sport for lessons on management and leadership. Sir Alex Ferguson, a wildly successful former boss of Manchester United, has taught courses at Harvard Business School. Billy Beane’s use of statistics…Continue reading

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Personal Computers

HP Chromebook 13 Wins High Praise – for a Chromebook

HP and Google last week unveiled the HP Chromebook 13. Designed with input from customers on what they want in a next-generation Chromebook, the device is about 13 mm thick, weighs 2.8 pounds, has a brushed anodized aluminum chassis, and is the first Chromebook to use Intel’s sixth-generation Core M processors. It has a USB C port, and HP offers a USB-C docking station as an option at $145.

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Entertainment

Hulu May Offer a Live TV Broadcast Option

Hulu reportedly is in talks to launch a cable TV-like service early next year. Hulu, which is a joint venture of Walt Disney, 21st Century Fox and Comcast’s NBCUniversal, is said to be negotiating with Disney and Fox to deliver live broadcast and paid channels, including ABC, ESPN, Disney, Fox, Fox News, FX and Fox Sports. Other programmers and content providers apparently have discussed potential partnerships with Hulu.

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