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Bob Chapek will take on Iger's old role, according to a surprise announcement Tuesday.
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More than 79,000 people worldwide have been infected by the new coronavirus.
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With a 46-37 vote, employees have created one of the first unions in tech.
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The Amazon chief executive and richest man in the world announced that he would be launching the Bezos Earth Fund on Instagram.
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Ed Bastian wades into the debate fueled by the viral video of a woman reclining on a flight and a man repeatedly punching the back of her seat.
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There were 25 work stoppages -- involving 425,500 total workers -- last year.
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The hackers stole the names, Social Security numbers and other personal information of tens of millions of Americans from the credit reporting agency's database.
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Washington has repeatedly warned that the Beijing-based firm poses a security risk and any access to Britain’s 5G would put intelligence-sharing in jeopardy.
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The number of union members stayed roughly the same and didn’t grow with the labor force.
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Victoria Russell, the first person to lead diversity, equity and inclusion at Papa John’s International, is committed to
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Dennis Muilenburg was fired from Boeing in December after the fallout from a pair of fatal crashes tarnished the company's reputation with airlines and regulators.
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State officials called Jan. 1 "a historic new day" as people spent millions on newly legalized recreational cannabis.
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Workers were told they violated company policy when they criticized the retail giant in The Washington Post.
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U.S. troops were “attacked by a Taliban-led terrorist insurgency that Defendants helped finance" by paying protection money, the suit charges.
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McAdenville, North Carolina, was once a thriving textile town. When the mills began to leave, decline seemed imminent — but then Christmas came to town.
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Executives promised they'd cleaned up the culture. A new lawsuit throws that claim into question.
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The company has no immediate layoffs planned when the production freeze goes into effect in January.
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Steph Korey will no longer manage the popular luggage company in the wake of an article detailing a toxic work culture.
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Other sweaters also showed Santa being way more naughty than nice.
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The head of the luggage company said she was “appalled to read” her own messages to former employees that were published in The Verge on Thursday.