After two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, some companies are transitioning their employees back from working remotely to working in the office, or some hybrid of the two – and many workers are saying no. Correspondent David Pogue looks at how employers and employees are responding to a new business paradigm.
Google has another 'heated' all-hands grilling the CEO over spending cuts. He replies workers 'shouldn’t always equate fun with money'
Workers questioned Google execs earlier this year after the company's 'Googlegeist' survey results came out.
A newly filed lawsuit claims that PG&E is responsible for the Mosquito Fire.
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Former Giant RB Michael Cox with a huge win in a lawsuit
"I Was Never So Happy To Leave A Job In My Life": 22 Horrible Managers Whose "Motivation" Methods Only Motivated People To Quit
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California's FAST Act, designed to improve working conditions and pay rates for fast food workers, will cost jobs and hurt restaurant owners
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As housing sales slow amid higher interest rates, thousands of workers who found jobs in the booming housing market of the pandemic are now facing widespread
Certain retirement purchases, like big houses and expensive boats, are often regretted by retirees. However, there are other purchases that act more as investments. Retirement at Any Age: Get Top...
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Oil prices will head back toward $100 per barrel as a supply crunch returns to the energy market, JPMorgan says
Despite global economy fears, "our balances continue to suggest that surpluses observed over summer will turn into deficits starting from October."
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For decades, the New York attorney general’s office has relied on a little known but powerful law to take on what it sees as the most egregious corporate malefactors, including oil producers, big banks, tobacco companies and Martin Shkreli. Now this dubious club has a new member: Donald Trump. The attorney general, Letitia James, sued the former president, his family business and three of his children Wednesday, accusing them of lying to lenders and insurers by fraudulently and extravagantly ove
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Energy in the next few years is biased “towards higher prices," says one oil analyst.
I’m a 39-year-old single dad with $600,000 saved — I want to retire at 50 but don’t know how. What should I do?
Although it is unfortunate that you do not have access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan, you’re far from alone. You mention having individual retirement accounts, but you could look into opening a Roth IRA, which is funded with after-tax dollars. “I would start there,” said Chris Hardy, a certified financial planner at Paramount Investment Advisors.
The realities you face when you stop working might be a far cry from your retirement dream. Of course, retiring broke or not being able to retire at all are among the worst-case scenarios. Social...
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A Pennsylvania diner has been ordered to hand $1.35 million to workers after it used tips to pay wages
Empire Diner made servers hand over up to 15% of their tips to pay the wages of bussers, a Department of Labor investigation found.
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FedEx announced disappointing results in its first-quarter earnings Thursday, especially in its FedEx Express segment.
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California finds itself on edge more than ever with a lingering fear: the threat of rolling blackouts for years to come. Despite adding new power plants, building huge battery storage systems and restarting some shuttered fossil fuel generators over the past couple of years, California relies heavily on energy from other states — the cavalry rushing over a distant hill. Sometimes the support does not show up when expected or at all. That was the case this month, when millions of residents got ce
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Part of a sound retirement planning strategy involves choosing the best age to retire. The normal retirement age is typically 65 or 66 for most people; this is when you can begin drawing your full Social Security retirement benefit. It … Continue reading → The post What Are the Best Ages to Retire? appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
Retirement requires an enormous amount of planning, affecting not only how much money to put aside for old age but how to spend and maintain it. Retirement Tip of the Week: When planning for retirement, especially if you plan to retire soon, make a list of expenses you expect to have — as well as any other variables that will affect your financial picture. Anything can happen in retirement, especially since for many of us this chapter of life could span decades.
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One often-overlooked aspect of retirement planning is the effect of taxes. Without proper planning, taxes can take a significant bite out of your nest egg. Find Out: 5 Places in Florida Where You...