Target is dropping the mandatory retirement age for its CEO, allowing Chief Executive Brian Cornell to stay on for three more years.
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.
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 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
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Former Giant RB Michael Cox with a huge win in a lawsuit
(Bloomberg) -- Russia’s wheat harvest could reach a historic 100 million tons, according to consultant SovEcon, with the commodity piling up at home as the nation struggles to export large volumes.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 CongressUnless Rents Rise, Housing Is Set Up for an Epic CrashA Great Copper Squeeze Is C
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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
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...
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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
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Japan's Toyota Motor Corp said on Friday that it had decided to end vehicle production in Russia due to the interruption in supplies of key materials and parts. Toyota had suspended production in St Petersburg in March due to supply chain problems, and stopped importing to Russia. Toyota said its operations in Moscow needed to be restructured, but that it would continue supporting its retail network in providing service to existing Toyota and Lexus customers.
As Texas officials moved to restrict abortion, promote Christianity in schools and the state's power grid teetered on collapse, oil worker Steven Beaman and his wife Hayley Hollands decided it was time to live elsewhere. By April, Beaman had joined a communications firm in Colorado, leaving behind a more than decade-long career in oil and gas, and Hollands, an attorney, soon followed, forsaking the state over its increasingly strident politics and polarization. "It is kind of the first time I've reckoned with the idea that I don't think I'm going to live in my home state ever again," said Hollands.
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.
If it had become law, the bill would have brought many regulations to the crypto industry that consumer advocates had long sought.
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."
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Indian refiners may skip buying Russia’s ESPO blend of crude oil in September, apparently due to high freight charges.
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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.
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.
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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