Since the production lines started running last year, Lucid has received 37,000 reservations for its high-performance electric cars. Lucid Motors is in the process of expanding. It means training a workforce to meet the skill-level demands needed in the age of high-tech manufacturing.
- Biloxi Sun Herald
She was also receiving fraudulent 401(k) matches and issuing herself unauthorized paychecks and bonuses, officials say.
At a companywide all-hands meeting this week, Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL) chief Sundar Pichai juggled tough questions from employees regarding cuts to travel and entertainment budgets, managing productivity, and potential layoffs. Employees questioned why Google is "nickel-and-diming employees" by cutting travel and swag budgets despite record profits and substantial cash reserves as it did after the pandemic. Pichai emphasized acting responsibly to tide through such critical sit
The latest supply-chain shortage to hit Ford is one you probably didn't see coming. The company is running out of blue ovals.
The comments made by CFO Richard Galanti on its conference call suggest the Fed will still be in inflation-fighting mode for the rest of the year
- Business Insider
This is what Starbucks workers really think about the chain's changes to how they'll make cold brew and other iced drinks
Employees told Insider that they want changes that will make their jobs easier, but not at the expense of their craft.
- Shadow and Act
Tiffany Haddish Claims She's 'Lost Everything' After Child Sexual Abuse Lawsuit: 'I Don't Have No Job, Bro'
Tiffany Haddish claims she has lost all of her jobs after allegations of sexual abuse of minors.
A newly filed lawsuit claims that PG&E is responsible for the Mosquito Fire.
- Rockford Register Star
The $100 million settlement was filed in April and is expected to be approved in September.
- NBC News
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
Until recently, going the extra mile at work was a leadership trait that bosses coveted and workers were eager to demonstrate. The "it's not my job" mentality was the classic hallmark of a loafer who...
Ron DeSantis violated state spending law when he spent Florida dollars to fly Venezuelan migrants to Martha's Vineyard, a new lawsuit says
The lawsuit accuses DeSantis of improperly using the funds because the migrants didn't originate in Florida before they went to Martha's Vineyard.
Putin isn't the biggest threat to gas prices. It's this country instead, according to a chief strategist
Marko Papic, the ClockTower Group’s chief strategist, argues the real risk to oil and gasoline prices comes from Iraq amid rising tensions in the Middle East.
Indian refiners may skip buying Russia’s ESPO blend of crude oil in September, apparently due to high freight charges.
- The New York Times
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
(Bloomberg) -- Volkswagen AG is exploring ways to counter a shortage in natural gas, including shifting production around its network of global facilities, signaling how the energy crisis unleashed by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine threatens to upend Europe’s industrial landscape.Most Read from BloombergBank of England Says Paper Banknotes Only Good for One More WeekJapan to Restore Visa-Free Travel From Oct. 11 as Covid Pandemic Recedes South Korea President Caught on Hot Mic Insulting US Congres
Members of the Oath Keepers, including founder Stewart Rhodes, are asking for a change of venue before their upcoming sedition trial, citing the 'incessant negative publicity' of Jan. 6 defendants
"The 'Oath Keepers' have been all over the news," attorneys said in a Friday filing, decrying the "incessant negative publicity regarding J6 defendants."
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.
- LA Times
Big fast-food chains will spend millions to quash a California law that would help their workers.
Between the price of commuting, coffee, and lunch, the cost of returning to the office is adding up.
Your retirement benefit amount depends on how much you've earned over your lifetime at jobs for which you paid Social Security taxes -- and the age at which you claim. You can claim Social Security...