Salesforce takes aim at e-commerce with $2.8 billion Demandware buy

(Reuters) – Cloud-based software maker Salesforce.com Inc said on Wednesday it would buy Demandware Inc , whose software is used by businesses to run e-commerce websites, for about $2.8 billion.

Images of May

Images taken by Reuters photographers around the world for the month of May 2016, including wildfires in Canada, Cannes, Europe’s migrant crisis and more. Produced by David Lucas.

Sanofi requests Medivation set deadline for shareholder consent on board revamp

PARIS (Reuters) – French drugmaker Sanofi said on Wednesday it had submitted a written notice to Medivation requesting the U.S. company’s board set a deadline for shareholders to give their written…

Mitchell Posner: The Return of Cheap Oil

It was less than three years ago when the IEA predicted that by 2020, the US would pump past Saudi Arabia to become the world’s largest oil producer, …

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World’s longest rail tunnel a symbol of unity in divided Europe

European leaders ride the Gotthard tunnel through the heart of the Alps on its on opening day, in an engineering marvel hailed as a symbol of European unity despite E.U. divisions. Mana Rabiee reports.

New York airport’s $4 billion renovation financing deal closes, begins lease

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A $4 billion project to renovate New York’s delapidated LaGuardia Airport finalized its financing on Wednesday, marking the start of a 34-year lease on one of the most complex…

CenturyLinkVoice: The Rise And Rise Of Corporate DNA

DNA is the basis of all life. It is also a great way of thinking about Strategy 2.0. Evolution occurs as DNA modifies itself. Micro changes in the genetic code create new physical attributes that are then tested against the external environment. Some of the new attributes help the host leading […]

GMO Science And The Constitution: Vermont’s Labeling Law Violates the First Amendment

Food makers can be required to warn consumers of risks in the food. Vermont thinks that GMO foods create health and environment risks, can requires labeling.But the new report by the National Academy of Science confirms that no such risks exist. Vermont’s law is therefore unconstitutional