NLRB: Elon Musk Tweet Threatens to Retaliate Against Workers, Tesla Violates Labor Law
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, has landed himself in warm water with yet another federal agency, this time the National Labor Relations Board.
China Slams International Clothing, Shoe Brands Over Xinjiang Concerns
Many clothing and shoe brands face a storm of criticism in China over Xinjiang cotton concerns.
Texas Roadhouse CEO Decides To End His Life Due to 'Unbearable' COVID-19
Kent Taylor, the founder, and CEO of Texas Roadhouse, died on Thursday. He was 65 years old.
IRS Delays Tax Filing, Tax Agency Behind in Tax Returns Processes
To give some breathing room to Americans in an unusually chaotic filing season, the IRS is currently arranging to delay its customary April 15 tax filing deadline and moved it until May 17.
Why Did This Chinese Billionaire Suddenly Quit With His Tech Company?
A Chinese billionaire and a chairman of Pinduoduo, a high-flying Chinese e-commerce company, has suddenly stepped down.
Russia Vows To Block Twitter for 30 Days
Russia has vowed to ban Twitter within 30 days unless it takes action to delete 'banned content,' as described by the government.
China Increases Pressure on Tech Giants Through Regulators
Regulators concerned about China's rising power are increasing their pressure on the country's tech giants.
Tesla Plant Records Hundreds of COVID-19 Cases
Tesla's Bay Area production plant reported hundreds of positive COVID-19 cases following CEO Elon Musk's defiant reopening of the plant last May.
Russia Says Google Outage Due To Fire in Data Center
Russia is now trying to blame the Google outage on a fire at the tech giant's data center in France, a claim Google disputes.
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.