A patient of the now-shuttered Theranos testified that the company’s blood test incorrectly told her she had a miscarriage. NBC News’ Jacob Ward has the latest updates in the Elizabeth Holmes trial.
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America isn't running out of everything just because of a supply-chain crisis. America is running out of everything because Americans are buying so much stuff.
Claims that the US is running short on everything miss a key point. Record imports are part of the reason for the epic supply-chain congestion.
Preparing for a job interview is stressful, including planning what you’re going to wear. Do you go with the beige pencil skirt that scored...
Dozens of Bay Area businesses were slapped with lawsuits citing violations of the Americans With Disabilities Act, filed by one disabled man. Allen Martin shows us two merchants in Alameda who are fighting back.
In a grassy plain in South Africa, once the world's largest gold producer, prospectors have stumbled upon a new treasure: helium.
23 People Explained Their Decision To Leave Their Workplaces, And It's Incredibly Eye-Opening And Horrifying
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Tata Sons' $2.4 billion purchase of debt-ridden, government-owned Air India will give the conglomerate immediate access to valuable flying rights and landing slots that will help it claw back market share from foreign rivals. But industry executives warn any success will be a long and complicated process that could cost it more than $1 billion and require fixing myriad problems, including its worn-out fleet, poor service and the lack of a charismatic leader. Air India, with its maharajah mascot, was once renowned for its lavishly decorated planes and stellar service championed by the airline's founder, JRD Tata, India's first commercial pilot.
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Shiba Inu is trading in the $0.000028 – $0.000029 range.
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Shauna McRoberts said she was arrested on a misdemeanor domestic assault and detained for 22 hours after Overland Park police responded to her parents’ home
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Marriott made approximately $17 million from resort fees in 2019, according to a recently unsealed District of Columbia Attorney General’s lawsuit.
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Jennifer Hough had asked the court to find the singer and her husband Kenneth Petty in “default” and award her $20 million for alleged harassment, but a court clerk found no foul on Minaj's part, only Petty's
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Which employers have been ranked the best in the world by their employees? How willing are employees to recommend their firms to others. Here's a look at the best employers in the world.
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The Washington state attorney general on Tuesday filed two misdemeanor criminal charges against a county sheriff stemming from his confrontation with a Black newspaper carrier in January. Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer faces one count of false reporting and one count of making a false statement to a civil servant for claiming to an emergency dispatcher that the carrier, Sedrick Altheimer, had threatened to kill him. The charges were filed in Pierce County District Court by Attorney General Bob Ferguson.
Micron Technology Inc said on Wednesday it is considering building a new memory factory in the United States but that state and federal subsidies will be needed to offset costs that are higher than its factories in Asia. The Boise, Idaho-based company is the only American firm that makes both key types of memory chips, competing against South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and SK Hynix and Japan's Kioxia, Toshiba's former memory chip unit. Micron has pilot manufacturing lines for developing new technologies at its Idaho headquarters and a factory in Virginia that turns out special high-reliability chips for automobiles.
Manufacturers are rushing to replenish chip stocks depleted during coronavirus pandemic factory curbs - not least automakers who earlier cancelled orders expecting poor demand. At factories in Malaysia, operators like chip packaging firm Unisem say that drive is leading buyers that sell chips on to auto and electronics manufacturers to become willing to sign up for big price hikes, some even asking for as many assembled chips as plants can produce - whatever the cost. But Malaysia's chip assembly industry, accounting for more than a tenth of a global trade worth over $20 billion, warns that shortages - exacerbated by years of under-investment in basic chip production, while high-end semiconductors were favoured - will last at least two years.
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'Hours of my life I'm never going to get back': As offices reopen, workers resist bringing back the commute
Workers say one of the biggest perks of working from home is skipping the commute and getting hours of their lives back.
The actions are based on an increase in number of reports ranging from years ago to the present, Activision said in a letter to employees. The owner of "Call of Duty" and "Candy Crush" franchises added it would expand its ethics and compliance team in order to create a "more accountable workplace and culture".
Someone who is reaching retirement age today but who didn't start saving until the age of 40 is probably following advice from the mid-1990s -- around the time that floppy disks were being phased out....
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The ex-president of Parlux claimed his health was too fragile to testify in person as the company's lawsuit against the rapper goes to trial in New York. Jay's PI discovered otherwise
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7 in 10 tech workers say they're considering quitting their job within the next year in a new survey
Top reasons that tech workers may quit include limited career progression and the working hours, per the survey of 1,200 people.
If concrete were a country, it would be the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases on Earth, behind only China and the United States.