A major energy company that pledged to sell its stake in Russia has yet to do so, and a top Ukrainian official just accused it of pocketing millions from the war. British Petroleum is one of...
Elon Musk indicated he’ll be sharing some new information about Hunter Biden today.  “What really happened with the Hunter Biden story suppression by Twitter will be published on Twitter at 5pm ET,” he tweeted. “This...
Respiratory illnesses like COVID, RSV, and the flu are pushing U.S. hospitals to the brink this fall, U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy said this week, as he urged Americans to take precautions against all viruses. “Hospitals...
Interviewing for a job has long been a stressful experience, with candidates knowing that the slightest mistake—in attire, attitude, or even a comment—can lead to failure. What’s relatively new is the virtual interview for a...
ESG is a critical factor in the future of work. It aims to help companies improve employee recruitment, satisfaction, engagement, and retention. However, it’s often a point of contention for companies, investors, stakeholders, and employees who sometimes see...
The lawyer who represented Bernie Madoff has this advice for Sam Bankman-Fried: shut up. Enough with this whole media apology tour, says Ira Sorkin, lead defense lawyer for Madoff, late mastermind of one of the greatest...
Despite its role as a pipeline financier—and $171 billion of investments in public U.S. oil and gas companies—U.S. states including Louisiana, Texas, and West Virginia have targeted BlackRock for its environmental, social, and governance (ESG)...
Elon Musk’s Tesla dominates the electric vehicle space in the U.S. But that dominance could be set to weaken in the years ahead. According to new research from S&P Global Mobility, more carmakers will pile into...
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether the Biden administration can forgive the student loan debt of tens of millions of Americans after multiple legal challenges brought by conservative groups. The case has...
Over the past year, Americans have pinched pennies and called for higher wages as they struggle to pay their bills amid inflation not seen since the 1980s. But for corporations, it’s been a different story. ...