Chloe Taylor, Fortune

Chloe Taylor


United Kingdom

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Recent articles by Chloe:

Billionaire investor Bill Ackman says U.S. regulators ‘did the right thing’ by saving Silicon Valley Bank depositors

Ackman said the government intervention was “not a bailout in any form,” but prevented “enormous economic damage.” → Read More

Bob Iger says Disney+ hoarding its own movies and TV shows wasn’t as valuable as he thought and admits the company needs a rethink on streaming strategies

Disney CEO acknowledged the company needed to rethink some of its strategies when it came to its own streaming platform Disney+. → Read More

Heinz launches appeal to find ‘ketchup boat guy’ who survived nearly a month at sea on nothing but ketchup and seasoning

Elvis Francois lived on ketchup and packaged seasoning for 24 days when he got lost at sea. → Read More

Howard Schultz says union push at Starbucks is a sign of ‘much bigger’ social problems—but CEO admits the coffee giant ’lost its way’

Howard Schultz is currently closing out his third stint as the coffee giant’s chief executive. → Read More

Google is mismanaged and has ‘delusions of exceptionalism,’ entrepreneur who sold his start-up to the search giant says

The former Google staffer also accused the tech giant of having "delusions of exceptionalism" that could be costly as the A.I. race heats up. → Read More

One of legendary Fed chair Alan Greenspan’s favorite economic indicators was men’s underwear—and things could be looking up

Details buried in the Consumer Price Index could hint at what's in store for the U.S. economy. → Read More

Oscar Mayer’s Wienermobile had to be towed in Las Vegas after it fell victim to one of the fastest-growing crimes in America

Mechanics were surprised to find the 27-foot hotdog on wheels in their garage when they showed up to work over the weekend. → Read More

M&M’s maker fined after 2 factory workers fall into a chocolate tank and spark a rescue operation

One of the employees had to be taken to hospital in a helicopter. → Read More

Disney CEO Bob Iger says success made him ‘overconfident’ and dismissive of others. Now he wants to bring more ‘self-awareness’ to his second stint with the company

Iger recently returned to the helm of the entertainment giant. → Read More

Americans are fed up with tipping—but they’re doing it more often, even amid soaring inflation

Rising prices aren’t putting the brakes on U.S. tipping culture. → Read More

‘Lord of the Rings’ star Elijah Wood blasts AMC’s new ticket pricing plan that will ‘penalize people for lower income’

The new scheme will make seats in the middle of the auditorium cost more, while those in the front row will become cheaper. → Read More

Bill Gates says he doesn’t feel guilty about being rich—but he doesn’t like to splash his cash: ‘I don’t have a gigantic closet’

The Microsoft co-founder is the fourth richest person in the world. → Read More

Bill Gates would rather invest in vaccines than go to Mars—even after becoming the ‘boogeyman’ of anti-vax conspiracy theories

The billionaire Microsoft co-founder said misinformation had “inverted” his involvement with COVID vaccines. → Read More

Early trials hint at how Netflix plans to stamp out password sharing

The streaming giant has promised to put an end to unauthorized account sharing within the coming weeks. → Read More

Subway’s late co-founder left half the company to a charity—and it could be a $5 billion donation

The donation could work out to be a $5 billion gift. → Read More

Bill Gates admits ‘I shouldn’t have had dinners’ with Jeffrey Epstein

The Microsoft co-founder met with the convicted sex offender despite his wife Melinda’s concerns. → Read More

‘I don’t want to hurt you, but it would only take a minute’: Boris Johnson claims Putin issued sinister missile threat to U.K.

The former British leader said Putin warned him "it would only take a minute." → Read More

All bosses ‘secretly’ want workers back in the office—but they’ll have to wait years, major business group leader says

He said the world of work has “gone totally crazy.” → Read More

Playing cards and 5 other things you can do to slow down memory decline, according to major 10-year study

Almost 30,000 people took part in the research. → Read More

8-year-old Indian diamond heiress waives her fortune to become a child nun

Devanshi Sanghvi, whose family business Sanghvi and Sons is reportedly worth $61 million, renounced all worldly possessions to become a Jain nun. → Read More