Today’s Top 12 Stories Across Forbes Featured in the Daily Dozen Newsletter
SWANSEA, WALES: A general view inside the Amazon fulfillment centre (Photo by Matthew Horwood/Getty … [+]
Black Friday 2019 was the second-largest online shopping day in history. Here’s an early read on the winners and losers from the $7.9 billion event. (All that activity was not well received by Amazon workers at six distribution centers in Germany, who staged a walkout to protest low wages and poor working conditions.)
And ICYMI: Put the items on our holiday gift guide at the top of your Cyber Monday shopping list.
Singapore has ordered Facebook to publish a correction on a user’s post, a test of a new law meant to tackle online disinformation.
Can you put a price on a great night’s sleep? The Lotte New York Palace thinks it can, offering a $10,000-a-night stay that includes the chance to rest your head on a $200,000 bed.
An emerald Cartier necklace owned by the British author Vita Sackville-West—created by the French jeweler more than a century ago in an early burst of Art Deco style—might far exceed earlier estimates (around $100,000) at a Bonham’s sale tomorrow.
Today’s Daily Cover Story
Silicon Valley Investors Are Bonkers For European Startups
Investor Danny Rimer recently rejoined his partner Martin Mignot in the London office he once helped … [+]
COURTESY OF INDEX VENTURES
As entrepreneurs across the Atlantic amass millions at a record pace, U.S. investors are hunting for the best deals—and looking to open new outposts to fully capitalize on the rush.
Houlihan’s Bankruptcy: Here Are 3 More Restaurants That Bottomed Out This Year
A number of factors are negatively impacting casual dining chains across the country.
Bernard Tyson: A Final Conversation (Part Two)
Steve Forbes’ podcast, “What’s Ahead,” engages the world’s top newsmakers, politicians and pioneers in business and economics.
In this second installment of our two-part series featuring Bernard Tyson, the late chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente shares his insights about the importance of “high touch” in the future of healthcare. A powerful storyteller, Tyson opens up about his personal experience with a compassionate nurse and his views on how healthcare can help enhance the playing field for success. Listen now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Play.
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