Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to take the first steps in seeing the viability of a public bank.
- Men's Health
This is why narcissists get promoted and reach positions of power according to a study using the Narcissistic Personality Inventory.
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An NYPD chief who was once the department’s highest-ranking woman endured a series of “offensive” and “inappropriate” episodes after being demoted, a judge has ruled, allowing the ex-cop’s gender discrimination lawsuit to proceed. After getting moved from being the first woman to serve as the NYPD’s chief of crime control strategies to chief of collaborative policing, a less desirable job, ...
Transitioning to green energy will take time. Meanwhile, governments bring back the dirtiest of fossil fuels.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -Crude oil tanks at the Cushing, Oklahoma storage and delivery hub for U.S. crude futures are more depleted than they have been in the last three years, and prices of further dated oil contracts suggest they will stay lower for months. U.S. demand for crude among refiners making gasoline and diesel has surged as the economy has recovered from the worst of the pandemic. Demand across the globe means other countries have looked to the United States for crude barrels, also boosting draws out of Cushing.
TSMC Founder Considers Washington's $52B Chip Rebuilding Plan Unfeasible; Questions Intel's Intentions
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (NYSE: TSM) founder Morris Chang for the first time directly and publicly questioned Washington's efforts to rebuild semiconductor manufacturing despite TSM's move to build an advanced chip facility in the U.S. state of Arizona, Nikkei Asia reports "Even after you spend hundreds of billions of dollars, you will still find the supply chain to be incomplete, and you will find that it will be very high cost, much higher costs than what you currently have,"
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City of Denver and Denver International Airport officials announced the completion of the first phase of the Great Hall Project at the airport.
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A résumé coach explains why job seekers' applications are getting lost in the void: 'The unfortunate thing is that companies don't put out instruction manuals'
The systems that companies set up to make hiring easier have led many candidates to get overlooked.
'There's a lot of anxiety around when you realize that you're depending on this supply chain,' said a new mom who's worried about having enough infant formula.
Bottled-water tycoon Zhong Shanshan has become China's wealthiest person, according to an annual ranking released Wednesday, as a government campaign to rein in the super-rich took a big bite out of the fortunes of perennial front-runners like Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma.
Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma, largely out of public view since criticising China's regulatory system last year, has smelled orchids and brushed up his knowledge of horticulture on a surprise visit to the Netherlands, a flower developer who met him said. The Chinese billionaire's empire came under heavy official scrutiny after a speech in October in Shanghai, which accused the regulatory system of stifling innovation, and the blockbuster $37 billion IPO of his fintech affiliate Ant Group was suspended.
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A software engineer spent 8 hours daily applying to entry-level coding jobs for 6 months. She was rejected 357 times before receiving an offer.
Like millions of others during the Great Resignation, Sophia Cheong quit her job to switch careers. Despite shortages, her move into tech wasn't easy.
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Google recruiters explain how to demonstrate 'past experience' on your resume - even if you've never had a job
Two Google recruiters hosted a CV workshop for graduates, and gave four key resume tips for for the company's 2022 internship program.
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Exxon is exploiting a unique Texas courthouse procedure to intimidate global warming activists.
- Yahoo Finance
With a record number of workers quitting, many companies have been re-examining their retention strategies.
Honor, the Chinese smartphone brand spun out of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, saw shipments soar in the latest quarter to become the country's third-ranked brand, said research firm Counterpoint Research, which tracks hardware. Honor sold 96% more phones in the quarter ending in late September than in the corresponding period a year before, said Counterpoint, to grab a share of 15% of the market in China. Honor originated as a sub-brand of Huawei that specialized in low-end and mid-range devices.
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Notably, the group behind that percentage includes retirement savers with $100,000 to $450,000 in investable assets -- people who've already made headway building their savings. The logical solution for underfunded retirement savers is to keep on working. If you've dreamed of retirement as carefree days filled with hobbies and quality time, the idea of continuing to work may be hard to stomach.
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The pandemic has changed many Americans' retirement plans, most notably those of younger generations, as Gen Z and millennials are now saying they intend to retire in their 50s, according to a new...
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The post-2008 economy is over
(Reuters) -Higher U.S. prices and celebrity-themed meals boosted quarterly comparable sales at McDonald's Corp, though the company struggled to keep restaurants open at full capacity amid labor shortages and COVID-19 outbreaks, it reported on Wednesday. U.S. same-store sales grew 9.6% in the third quarter ended Sept. 30, compared with estimates for 8.27%, according to Refinitiv IBES data. Global comparable sales also jumped 12.7% in the quarter versus estimates of 10.31% as international markets slowly recovered from the pandemic.