Citi says clients are making business adjustments due to trade war

A supply chain is a network between a company and its suppliers to produce and distribute the firm’s products. Citi can’t name those companies and their specific plans, but said some of their clients are shifting part of their network to Southeast Asia. Nearly three-quarters of the firms polled expect global trade tensions to prolong, with discussions between the U.S. and China to last more than a year. Half the companies polled said their supply chains were already affected by the tariffs, whil


A supply chain is a network between a company and its suppliers to produce and distribute the firm’s products. Citi can’t name those companies and their specific plans, but said some of their clients are shifting part of their network to Southeast Asia. Nearly three-quarters of the firms polled expect global trade tensions to prolong, with discussions between the U.S. and China to last more than a year. Half the companies polled said their supply chains were already affected by the tariffs, whil
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Citi says clients are making business adjustments due to trade war

The poll, conducted in early November, found that more than half of those companies have plans to adjust their supply chains, which include shifting manufacturing sites or investing in new ones to circumvent additional tariffs that the U.S. and its trading partners — including China and the European Union — have imposed on each other.

A supply chain is a network between a company and its suppliers to produce and distribute the firm’s products.

Citi can’t name those companies and their specific plans, but said some of their clients are shifting part of their network to Southeast Asia. Nearly three-quarters of the firms polled expect global trade tensions to prolong, with discussions between the U.S. and China to last more than a year.

Half the companies polled said their supply chains were already affected by the tariffs, while the other half expect to see some impact next year.

“This client poll underlines how companies are already proactively adjusting to the realities of the trade tensions,” Rajesh Mehta, the bank’s head of treasury and trade solutions for Asia Pacific, said in a statement.


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BlackBerry to buy cybersecurity firm Cylance for $1.4 billion

BlackBerry Ltd said on Friday it will acquire Cylance, an artificial intelligence and cybersecurity company, for $1.4 billion in cash to help expand its QNX unit that makes software for next-generation autonomous cars. Besides the cash component, the deal includes the assumption of Cylance’s unvested employee incentives, BlackBerry said. California-based Cylance develops AI-based products to prevent cyberattacks on companies and recently considered filing for an IPO, according to a report in Bus


BlackBerry Ltd said on Friday it will acquire Cylance, an artificial intelligence and cybersecurity company, for $1.4 billion in cash to help expand its QNX unit that makes software for next-generation autonomous cars. Besides the cash component, the deal includes the assumption of Cylance’s unvested employee incentives, BlackBerry said. California-based Cylance develops AI-based products to prevent cyberattacks on companies and recently considered filing for an IPO, according to a report in Bus
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BlackBerry to buy cybersecurity firm Cylance for $1.4 billion

BlackBerry Ltd said on Friday it will acquire Cylance, an artificial intelligence and cybersecurity company, for $1.4 billion in cash to help expand its QNX unit that makes software for next-generation autonomous cars.

Besides the cash component, the deal includes the assumption of Cylance’s unvested employee incentives, BlackBerry said.

California-based Cylance develops AI-based products to prevent cyberattacks on companies and recently considered filing for an IPO, according to a report in Business Insider.

The Canadian technology company, which dominated the smartphone market a decade ago, has shifted to selling software to manage mobile devices in addition to focusing on emerging areas like autonomous cars.

Cylance will operate as a separate business unit within BlackBerry, the company said.


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BlackBerry to buy cybersecurity firm Cylance for $1.4 billion

BlackBerry said on Friday it will acquire Cylance, an artificial intelligence and cybersecurity company, for $1.4 billion in cash to help expand its QNX unit which makes software for next-generation autonomous cars. Besides the cash component, the deal includes the assumption of Cylance’s unvested employee incentives, BlackBerry said. California-based Cylance develops AI-based products to prevent cyberattacks on companies and recently considered filing for an IPO, according to a report in Busine


BlackBerry said on Friday it will acquire Cylance, an artificial intelligence and cybersecurity company, for $1.4 billion in cash to help expand its QNX unit which makes software for next-generation autonomous cars. Besides the cash component, the deal includes the assumption of Cylance’s unvested employee incentives, BlackBerry said. California-based Cylance develops AI-based products to prevent cyberattacks on companies and recently considered filing for an IPO, according to a report in Busine
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BlackBerry to buy cybersecurity firm Cylance for $1.4 billion

BlackBerry said on Friday it will acquire Cylance, an artificial intelligence and cybersecurity company, for $1.4 billion in cash to help expand its QNX unit which makes software for next-generation autonomous cars.

Besides the cash component, the deal includes the assumption of Cylance’s unvested employee incentives, BlackBerry said.

California-based Cylance develops AI-based products to prevent cyberattacks on companies and recently considered filing for an IPO, according to a report in Business Insider.

The Canadian technology company, which dominated the smartphone market a decade ago, has shifted to selling software to manage mobile devices in addition to focusing on emerging areas like autonomous cars.

Cylance will operate as a separate business unit within BlackBerry, the company said.


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Energy powerhouse Equinor buys minority stake in Scatec Solar

Norwegian energy firm Equinor has acquired more than 11 million shares in renewable energy business Scatec Solar. The total purchase price is around 700 million Norwegian crowns ($82.66 million). Scatec Solar generates electricity from 357 megawatts of solar power plants across the world. “The investment in Scatec Solar will increase Equinor’s exposure to a fast growing renewable sector, further complementing Equinor’s portfolio with profitable solar energy,” Pal Eitrheim, Equinor’s executive vi


Norwegian energy firm Equinor has acquired more than 11 million shares in renewable energy business Scatec Solar. The total purchase price is around 700 million Norwegian crowns ($82.66 million). Scatec Solar generates electricity from 357 megawatts of solar power plants across the world. “The investment in Scatec Solar will increase Equinor’s exposure to a fast growing renewable sector, further complementing Equinor’s portfolio with profitable solar energy,” Pal Eitrheim, Equinor’s executive vi
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Energy powerhouse Equinor buys minority stake in Scatec Solar

Norwegian energy firm Equinor has acquired more than 11 million shares in renewable energy business Scatec Solar.

The total purchase price is around 700 million Norwegian crowns ($82.66 million). Scatec Solar generates electricity from 357 megawatts of solar power plants across the world.

“The investment in Scatec Solar will increase Equinor’s exposure to a fast growing renewable sector, further complementing Equinor’s portfolio with profitable solar energy,” Pal Eitrheim, Equinor’s executive vice president for new energy solutions, said in a statement Thursday.

“This is in line with our strategy to develop into a broad energy company,” Eitrheim added, before going on to state that Equinor’s minority stake of around 10 percent was being made with a “long-term perspective.”

Formerly known as Statoil, Equinor is headquartered in Stavanger, Norway. The business employs more than 20,000 people and develops oil, gas, wind and solar in over 30 countries. The Norwegian state owns 67 percent of the business.


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Aramco may list downstream oil assets after acquiring chemical firm SABIC, strategists say

Saudi Aramco may consider spinning off its growing downstream division, which includes oil refining assets, a business where the oil giant is investing heavily to meet rising fuel demand in Asia, strategists said. Aramco must first complete its planned acquisition of a strategic stake in Saudi petrochemical maker SABIC before deciding whether to list its downstream business. No decision has been made and Saudi Aramco declined to comment on what it called “rumors or speculation.” That will be a l


Saudi Aramco may consider spinning off its growing downstream division, which includes oil refining assets, a business where the oil giant is investing heavily to meet rising fuel demand in Asia, strategists said. Aramco must first complete its planned acquisition of a strategic stake in Saudi petrochemical maker SABIC before deciding whether to list its downstream business. No decision has been made and Saudi Aramco declined to comment on what it called “rumors or speculation.” That will be a l
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Aramco may list downstream oil assets after acquiring chemical firm SABIC, strategists say

Saudi Aramco may consider spinning off its growing downstream division, which includes oil refining assets, a business where the oil giant is investing heavily to meet rising fuel demand in Asia, strategists said.

Aramco must first complete its planned acquisition of a strategic stake in Saudi petrochemical maker SABIC before deciding whether to list its downstream business. No decision has been made and Saudi Aramco declined to comment on what it called “rumors or speculation.”

Riyadh-listed SABIC, the world’s fourth-biggest petrochemicals company, is 70 percent owned by the Public Investment Fund (PIF), Saudi Arabia’s top sovereign wealth fund. It has a market capitalization of 385.2 billion Saudi riyals ($103 billion).

“The first step will be completing the acquisition of the 70 percent of SABIC held by PIF and integrating that into Aramco’s petrochemical operations. That will be a lengthy and complicated business given the size of SABIC,” said Robin Mills, CEO of Qamar Energy, and a former Shell executive.

“After that, yes, there could be an offering of additional stock in a merged downstream unit either on Tadawul (Saudi’s stock exchange) or an international exchange,” Mills said. “This would sidestep many of the concerns on listing the full company over transparency, reserves, political exposure, sensitivity to oil price, country exposure and the large size of the unit.”

Restructuring the Aramco listing along those lines may make it more appealing to potential investors who have voiced skepticism about the transparency of the kingdom’s crude oil reserves, the long-term viability of the oil industry and the balance between investor and Saudi national priorities.


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Rocket Lab raises $140 million in ‘dry powder’ to fast-track business of small rockets

Rocket Lab builds small rockets, priced at about $5.7 million a launch. The company’s Electron rocket is designed to launch spacecraft up to the size of a refrigerator, especially for the premium small satellite part of the rocket market. Launching affordably and frequently were the two priorities Rocket Lab had when designing Electron. But Rocket Lab is not trying to compete with those big rockets. Beck said this latest investment round shows that “Rocket Lab is maturing” and attracting Wall St


Rocket Lab builds small rockets, priced at about $5.7 million a launch. The company’s Electron rocket is designed to launch spacecraft up to the size of a refrigerator, especially for the premium small satellite part of the rocket market. Launching affordably and frequently were the two priorities Rocket Lab had when designing Electron. But Rocket Lab is not trying to compete with those big rockets. Beck said this latest investment round shows that “Rocket Lab is maturing” and attracting Wall St
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Rocket Lab raises $140 million in 'dry powder' to fast-track business of small rockets

Rocket Lab builds small rockets, priced at about $5.7 million a launch. The company’s Electron rocket is designed to launch spacecraft up to the size of a refrigerator, especially for the premium small satellite part of the rocket market. Launching affordably and frequently were the two priorities Rocket Lab had when designing Electron. “Almost everything in” Electron is “made in-house,” Spice said.

Small rockets like Electron can save customers months of time getting to orbit but come at a higher cost compared to flying as a “rideshare” on a larger rocket like the SpaceX Falcon 9. But Rocket Lab is not trying to compete with those big rockets. Beck’s company is targeting customers who wants to test new technologies very quickly, with an end goal of being able to launch on demand.

The company is fresh off its first commercial launchon Saturday, which put seven spacecraft in orbit. With operations in New Zealand and California, Rocket Lab is increasing production as it tries to launch one rocket a month by next year and then one every two weeks, Beck said.

Its factories “have been specifically designed to produce one rocket a week,” Beck said

Electron reached orbit for the first time in January. Despite an issue with one of the rocket’s systems delaying its second orbital launch for several months, Rocket Lab has a sizable lead on the rest of the industry. Competitors Virgin Orbit, Vector and Astra Space are deep into testing programs but have yet to reach orbit. Beck estimates there are over 100 companies in total trying to catch up.

Beck said this latest investment round shows that “Rocket Lab is maturing” and attracting Wall Street interest. While investment money is the “most accessible” among venture firms and sovereign wealth, Spice said he’s “getting more calls” from the likes of J.P. Morgan.

“We’ve got the biggest of the big names on the financial side kind of kicking the tires on participating,” Spice said.

Beck said it’s too early to know when a Rocket Lab IPO would happen, as the company has “a few things we want to execute first.”

“We want to get the launch cadence right up there,” Beck said. “There’s a little bit more I need to achieve.”


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Mark Cuban: Here’s why you should teach your kids to be entrepreneurs

“It scares the s*** out of me,” billionaire Mark Cuban says of AI 1:37 PM ET Tue, 25 July 2017 | 00:59McCue agrees. Being an entrepreneur at a young age can also teach you about failure, says Patel, the founder of SAT test prep company Prep Expert. Cuban himself demonstrated an entrepreneurial spirit from a young age. After his father refused to buy him a pair of sneakers at age 12, Cuban sold garbage bags around his Pittsburgh neighborhood. “I would literally go door to door to door: ‘Hi, does


“It scares the s*** out of me,” billionaire Mark Cuban says of AI 1:37 PM ET Tue, 25 July 2017 | 00:59McCue agrees. Being an entrepreneur at a young age can also teach you about failure, says Patel, the founder of SAT test prep company Prep Expert. Cuban himself demonstrated an entrepreneurial spirit from a young age. After his father refused to buy him a pair of sneakers at age 12, Cuban sold garbage bags around his Pittsburgh neighborhood. “I would literally go door to door to door: ‘Hi, does
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Mark Cuban: Here's why you should teach your kids to be entrepreneurs

“It scares the s*** out of me,” billionaire Mark Cuban says of AI 1:37 PM ET Tue, 25 July 2017 | 00:59

McCue agrees. “Being proactive and creating opportunities – not waiting for them – is crucial to success whether you are studying at college, starting your own business or working for a company.”

Being an entrepreneur at a young age can also teach you about failure, says Patel, the founder of SAT test prep company Prep Expert. “The older you get the harder it becomes to deal with the financial, social and emotional repercussions of failure.”

Kid business owners are often students, McCue tells CNBC Make It, meaning that they learn early how to “get more done in less time.” This can easily translate to the workplace, where employees are typically pulled in many directions.

Cuban himself demonstrated an entrepreneurial spirit from a young age. After his father refused to buy him a pair of sneakers at age 12, Cuban sold garbage bags around his Pittsburgh neighborhood.

“I would literally go door to door to door: ‘Hi, does your family use garbage bags?’ And who could say no? So that’s where I learned to sell,” the serial entrepreneur said in a 2014 episode of Bloomberg’s “Masters in Business” podcast.

At age 16, he began collecting and trading stamps, a practice that introduced him to ideas such as scarcity, demand and setting a price. “I bought, sold and traded so many [stamps] that the experience taught me as much about business as any class I have ever taken,” Cuban once told the United States Postal Service.

For young people looking to be more entrepreneurial, Cuban offers these words of advice: “Learn about things that are interesting to you. The quest for knowledge opens up opportunity to do things you may not have thought possible.”

Disclaimer: CNBC owns the exclusive off-network cable rights to “Shark Tank.”

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US trade representative denies report he told business executives next China tariffs on hold

The top American trade negotiator for the White House has denied telling certain executives that planned tariffs are on a back burner. The Financial Times reported Thursday that U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer had told some executives the next round of China tariffs are on hold, citing a person familiar with the matter. Shares of Caterpillar, a big U.S. company that has been feeling the heat from tariffs, rose more than 4 percent as investors digested the report. But later in the aft


The top American trade negotiator for the White House has denied telling certain executives that planned tariffs are on a back burner. The Financial Times reported Thursday that U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer had told some executives the next round of China tariffs are on hold, citing a person familiar with the matter. Shares of Caterpillar, a big U.S. company that has been feeling the heat from tariffs, rose more than 4 percent as investors digested the report. But later in the aft
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US trade representative denies report he told business executives next China tariffs on hold

The top American trade negotiator for the White House has denied telling certain executives that planned tariffs are on a back burner.

The Financial Times reported Thursday that U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer had told some executives the next round of China tariffs are on hold, citing a person familiar with the matter.

Shares of Caterpillar, a big U.S. company that has been feeling the heat from tariffs, rose more than 4 percent as investors digested the report.

But later in the afternoon, Lighthizer’s office told CNBC, “Ambassador Lighthizer has made no representations to industry executives that future Section 301 tariffs are on hold.” The statement said the plan for tariffs outlined in September “has not changed at all. Any reports to the contrary are incorrect.”


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Alipay’s parent company says tech services — not payments — will be its main business in the future

Ant Financial says it doesn’t have a ‘timetable’ for an IPO 6 Hours Ago | 02:23Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial’s core business in the future will be technology services, rather than just payments, its CEO told CNBC in an exclusive interview. Ant Financial runs one of China’s largest mobile payments platform, called Alipay, which has more than 700 million annual active users. It’s Ant Financial’s main business currently. But the Chinese giant recently announced a new brand that will look to sell


Ant Financial says it doesn’t have a ‘timetable’ for an IPO 6 Hours Ago | 02:23Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial’s core business in the future will be technology services, rather than just payments, its CEO told CNBC in an exclusive interview. Ant Financial runs one of China’s largest mobile payments platform, called Alipay, which has more than 700 million annual active users. It’s Ant Financial’s main business currently. But the Chinese giant recently announced a new brand that will look to sell
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Alipay's parent company says tech services — not payments — will be its main business in the future

Ant Financial says it doesn’t have a ‘timetable’ for an IPO 6 Hours Ago | 02:23

Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial’s core business in the future will be technology services, rather than just payments, its CEO told CNBC in an exclusive interview.

Ant Financial runs one of China’s largest mobile payments platform, called Alipay, which has more than 700 million annual active users. It’s Ant Financial’s main business currently.

But the Chinese giant recently announced a new brand that will look to sell technology services to financial institutions like banks. Ant Financial has invested in a number of technologies such as blockchain, the system that underpins the cryptocurrency bitcoin. Ant is not developing a cryptocurrency but is exploring applications of the underlying technology.


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Kevin O’Leary: Get ready to work 25 hours a day to become successful in business

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