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"I'm crying as I write this email," Tara Jones, an Amazon worker, wrote to Jeff Bezos, The New York Times reported.
Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, whom Dominion sued about the same time, have filed comprehensive answers to the defamation lawsuits against them.
Qatar Airways business class service and products have consistently won awards for their quality. Its newest Boeing plane continues that tradition.
Justice Department news releases document a litany of luxury items allegedly bought with pandemic aid meant to keep struggling businesses afloat. One man was charged with spending his loan money on strip clubs. Another pleaded guilty to using his funds for a $318,000 Lamborghini.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most important and interesting stories from The Washington Post. But Vinath Oudomsine may be the only person accused of using his small-business loan on a single Pokémon card
Anthony Geraci’s life changed overnight. The 32-year-old Virginia Beach resident was one of more than 100,000 Hampton Roads workers who lost their jobs in April 2020 — the month after the coronavirus pandemic took hold and Gov. Ralph Northam’s social distancing measures began to affect businesses. Rather than look for another position, Geraci did something more workers are doing — he switched ...
Halloween tries to spook you with ghosts and monsters, but often, the real nightmares that keep us up at night are far more mundane, like surprise bills or running out of money in retirement. Here are three retirement planning mistakes you definitely want to avoid. Retirement sneaks up on you faster than you think, and the longer you wait to start saving, the more difficult your task becomes.
In a new interview with Yahoo Finance’s Julie Hyman, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan weighs in on the discussion over remote work and employees' return to the office.
The stop-and-start nature of the COVID-19 pandemic has snarled global supply chains that are optimized for just-in-time movement of goods, while labor and equipment shortages and a lack of space to store products have exacerbated the situation. Amazon, which plans to hire 150,000 seasonal workers in the United States during the holiday period, said it had also increased ports of entry across its network by 50%. The e-commerce giant is not the only company trying to use its scale and deep pockets to muscle its way through supply chain headaches.
With some minerals in short supply amid a global supply-chain crisis, the mining company is looking at ways it can produce additional minerals essential for modern technologies.
Lululemon expects a robust holiday shopping season, but the supply chain crisis remains a concern.
ClusterTruck, an Indiana-based ghost kitchen, doesn't use third-party couriers and is careful to never oversaturate its driver pool.
U.S. electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc said on Monday it had built a research center and a separate data center in Shanghai, where it manufactures Model 3 sedans and Model Y sport-utility vehicles. The auto research and development center, Tesla's first outside the United States, employs engineers for software, electronics, materials and charging, it said in a statement. The new data center for factory production will store Tesla's operation data locally.
Employers are finding it hard to hire, and the supply chain crisis is forcing businesses to hike prices. The situation is likely to persist for at least the next six to 12 months, says one bank chief.
Recruiters for veterinary surgeries say they've never had so many open positions, and that COVID-19 has worsened long-running retention problems.
QatarEnergy has signed a deal for a 40% stake in one of ExxonMobil’s major offshore explorations in Canada, the Qatar state-owned oil and gas firm said on Sunday. The agreement will give QatarEnergy a farm-in exploration license for EL 1165A, currently held by ExxonMobil Canada.
In a new interview with Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly says that taking good care of its employees is a major priority — which is why it's never had a layoff or furlough.
Target chairman and CEO Brian Cornell weighs in on the supply chain challenges hammering companies at the Yahoo Finance All Markets Summit.
The owner of a dog-walking company in Atlanta, Georgia, said she got, on average, four new enquiries a day, "and we have to turn all of them away."
PARIS (Reuters) -Airbus has rebuffed calls by aircraft leasing companies to temper plans to almost double production of its best-selling A320 jet family, telling them its ambitions are justified by expectations for post-pandemic demand, industry sources said. Major lessors have joined engine makers in warning Airbus that an aggressive output increase to a new peak above 70 aircraft a month could upset the market and hurt plane values while a recovery from the coronavirus crisis remains fragile. The latest approach came in separate letters to Airbus from at least two of the world's largest leasing companies, the sources said, confirming a Financial Times report.
EmsanaRx, the PBM unit of the Purchaser Business Group on Health (PBGH) coalition, will provide employers a fixed price per prescription as well as guidance from a clinical pharmacist account manager. PBMs serve as intermediaries between drug manufacturers, health insurance plans and pharmacies to negotiate prescription drug prices. San Francisco-based PBGH has been assisting large employers and other healthcare consumers for over three decades in getting access to higher quality care and reducing costs.