Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, to Spend $10B on Climate Change
For the next ten years, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos plans to spend $10 billion on combating climate change.
Fired ERCOT CEO Refuses To Accept $800K Severance Pay
Bill Magness, the fired ERCOT CEO, refuses to accept the $800,000 severance pay that he is entitled to receive upon separation from the council.
Alibaba's Jack Ma Loses Title as China's Richest Man
Alibaba's Jack Ma is no longer China's richest man. He lost his title after his empire underwent scrutiny by Chinese regulators.
Luka Doncic NBA Rookie Card Sells for $4.6 Million
The record-breaking sale of the Luka Doncic NBA rookie card is another proof that the Dallas Mavericks star is one of the league's biggest attractions.
Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, Texas' Largest Power Cooperative Files for Bankruptcy
Following the winter storm that caused statewide blackouts in Texas, Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, the oldest and largest electric power cooperative in the state filed for bankruptcy, Monday.
Biden Supports Amazon Workers’ Union Drive, Voting Continues Among Strong Workforce
President Joe Biden said in a video posted late Sunday that he supports the organizing drive in Bessemer, Alabama without mentioning Amazon.
Facebook Steps Down from Australia News Ban After Law Compromise
Facebook Inc. stepped down from the news ban in Australia after the government decided to change world-first legislation forcing the tech giant and Google to pay local publishers for content.
Before Assuming the $15 Minimum Wage Hike, Here's Everything to Understand With the Debate
n their new COVID-19 relief bill, House Democrats have included a minimum wage hike, but resistance from some Senate Democrats means it is not at all clear if they will have the votes to pass it.
Judge Denies Citibank's Appeal Get Back $500 Million After being Mistakenly Wired
After a wire transfer error that had put its name on the list of biggest blunders in the history of banking, a United States District Court judge ruled that Citibank will not be allowed to recover the nearly half a billion dollars it accidentally wired to Revlon’s lenders.
New York AG Sues Amazon for Putting Profit First Before Workers' Safety Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
New York AG filed suits against Amazon, claiming that it violated labor laws by "persistently and repeatedly" failing to protect its workers.
How Will COVID Impact Rental Real Estate Moving Forward?
There isn’t an industry, zip code, or person in this world who hasn’t been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s been a global whirlwind of epic proportions – physically, emotionally, and financially. And at the heart of the real estate market, you’ll find each of these variables converging together, which has given way to a set of circumstances that are unlike anything we’ve ever experienced. The question is, what impact will COVID have on the real estate market as we move forward?
Paypal To Shut Down Domestic Payments in India by April
India will no longer have access to the American giant's domestic business due to the PayPal shutdown in the country.
Could Your Business Cut Infrastructure Cost By Integrating These IT Strategies?
Essential business principles dictate that decision-makers must cut costs to maximize profitability and invest in company growth. Eliminating wasteful spending and reducing overhead used to focus primarily on tangible infrastructure such as commercial property leases. These days, IT leaders generally agree that businesses can gain similar results by taking advantage of emerging technology.
Tesla Conducts New Recall of More Than 130,000 Vehicles Due To Defective Touchscreens
Tesla has started the recalling process of more than 130,000 vehicles with touchscreen defects by sending out notifications via email after years of bickering with regulators.
Trudeau: Canada's COVID-19 Vaccines are Safe from EU, Limiting Exports
Canada's prime minister, Justin Trudeau, says the COVID-19 vaccine is still "on track" despite new drugmakers' threat to Europe's exports.