In a court deposition released on Monday, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says he once worried that British cave diver Vernon Unsworth might be “another Jeffrey Epstein.” The deposition came out as Musk and his lawyers asked a judge to dismiss the defamation c… Read More
Hedera Hashgraph has launched its long-awaited public network, backed by some of the worlds largest corporations and promising faster transactions and greater capacity to scale than any blockchain to date.
Since December 2018, the network had been available … Read More
The plant-based Impossible and Beyond burgers have popped up everywhere of late, proving very popular with people who need to believe they taste as good as actual burgers. They certainly provide a wonderful placebo effect as a healthy alternative t… Read More
The decision to go on strike was taken after labor contract talks between the manufacturing company and the trade union ended up in a deadlock. It will be the first nationwide strike in more than a decade for General Motors, as the last time its workers took … Read More
New York City police said Saturday that 76 immigration policy protesters had been arrested at a demonstration outside Microsoft’s flagship store in midtown Manhattan.
The protesters demanded that Microsoft stop doing business with U.S. Immigration and Custom… Read More
WXYZ DETROIT (AP) — The United Auto Workers union is letting its contract with General Motors expire at 11:59 p.m., increasing the likelihood of a strike as early as Sunday night.Citing significant differences with the company on wages, health care and other… Read More
SACRAMENTO, Calif. —The California Senate advanced legislation Friday to cap interest rates for consumer loans, a measure that supporters say is designed to blunt predatory lending practices.
The bill would cap consumer loan interest rates at 36 percentage p… Read More
s longtime boss, got an unexpected phone call Sunday evening from a hedge-fund manager at Elliott Management Corp., one of Wall Streets biggest and most aggressive activist investors. The call was brief and cord… Read More
Everlane, a socially minded clothing company, needed to open brick-and-mortar stores because “basically” no online-only companies are profitable, CEO Michael Preysman told CNBC’s Jim Cramer.
Preysman, who founded Everlane in 2011, made his remarks to the “Ma… Read More
A badge issued to some Leadec Industrial Services workers at General Motors Spring Hill Manufacturing in Spring Hill, Tennessee. The Leadec workers have been told to cross the picket line if GM hourly workers strike.
(Photo: Leadec Industrial Services emplo… Read More