Following up a profitable quarter with a massive layoff round — the third round of the year, no less — is hard for workers to stomach.
Apprenticeships are the leading edge of the chain’s attempt to make grocery careers more appealing.
Data from Glassdoor suggests some rough trends ahead for workers in 2024, like benefits and equity leaving offer letters.
The Saudi kingdom has allocated $7.8B+ to host the global event and (they hope) to soften the nation’s global image.
Over the next decade, Mickey and Co. will invest $60B into its theme parks, cruise lines, and resorts.
OpenAI’s boardroom drama is the kind of thing TV writers would draft up, then pare back because it feels like it’s a little much.
Seafood-adjacent startups are looking to turn the industry’s excess waste into value.
Gotta love the bizarro world of job stats: Hiring is down and layoffs are up, yet unemployment is static. What gives?
Things have escalated in the decades-long battle of a shipwreck’s treasure — but complications keep mounting.
Brands are having a rough time stepping into the public discourse on divisive issues, but silence isn’t golden either.
Americans’ interest in corporate advocacy is divided across demographic lines, making social issues harder to handle for brands.
On its special day, an ode to the ever-versatile sandwich, savior of the lunch hour, deliverer of tasty treats.
Despite data suggesting things aren’t half bad, the nation remains unhappy about the economy. Why?
Billionaire politicians, new billionaires, an airship’s new heights, and more.
A rough earnings season has high-end retailers fearing a prolonged slump.
European economists dropped research this week backing the taxation of billionaires. It’ll be an uphill climb.
Scientists are putting technology to work on some wild culinary advancements.
A leading social platform takes a gentler (and admirable, though dangerous) approach to moderating its users.
A new basketball season starts tonight and the business storylines are juicy.
The Cybertruck is finally here, but so are serious concerns about the company’s shrinking margins.
Halloween sales figures are looking scary good for retailers this year.
Fears that the Titan submersible’s tragic end would derail the fast-growing adventure tourism sector were seemingly unfounded.
Chaotic as X may be, it’s still the only viable platform for what’s happening right now — unless Threads cares to join it.
From cyberattacks to crypto-funded terror, technology has amplified the devastation in Israel.