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Rackspace Technology Appoints Amar Maletira as CEO

Replacing the former president, Kevin Jones, who had held the title since 2019, is Amar Maletira. With brilliant management and leadership experience in the field, Maletira is sure to accentuate the business up to its full potential.  In the past, Maletira has brought several businesses to become multi-billion-dollar companies. At

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Trellix Appoints Kim Anstett as Chief Information Officer

SAN JOSE, Calif. – September 1, 2022 – Trellix, the cybersecurity company delivering the future of extended detection and response (XDR), today announced Kim Anstett has joined Trellix as Chief Information Officer (CIO). As CIO, Anstett will lead the teams responsible for Trellix’s global information and technology systems to accelerate

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Why Do Startups Hire Ex-Entrepreneurs?

Embarking on a new endeavor is exciting and driving, but unfortunately, it also comes with a potential risk factor. With over 2,250 startups launched in 2021, the competition is fierce, and the success rate is underwhelming, with about 90% of businesses failing or dropping out. Though funding is essential to

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Core Costs to Keep the Inflation Red Hot?

Following a 0.7% price hike in June, core prices saw a leap of 0.3% in July, according to the Labour Department’s CPI. Consumer prices have climbed 8.5% from last year, down from a four-decade-long record of 9.1%, keeping the annual

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A Dissipating Red Wave on the Horizon

With Election Day approaching in less than 100 days, the Red Wave fails to make the previously predicted impact in Congress. In midst of the falling ratings for Biden, Republicans have spent over a year waiting to pick up more

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US Commerce Department Passes Funding Bill

In an attempt to control semiconductor-manufacturing companies from using subsidies for their personal growth and agenda, the US Commerce Department has decided to put a cap on the government subsidies that semiconductor firms use. Before the US Commerce Department limited

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