A regional director with the labor board says Starbucks broke so many laws that it irreparably tainted the union election process in western New York.
Rising interest rates, high inflation, the war in Ukraine and a slowdown in China’s economy have caused investors to reconsider the prices they’re willing to pay for a wide range of stocks.
“My offer was based on Twitter’s SEC filings being accurate,” Musk tweeted Tuesday.
He still seemed unenthusiastic about buying due to concerns about bots, he told a conference. “The more questions I ask, the more my concerns grow.”
One employee said they’d “never been so mad about a cat birthday before,” according to Bloomberg.
“‘Temporarily on hold’ is not a thing,” wrote Bloomberg columnist Matt Levine. “Elon Musk has signed a binding contract requiring him to buy Twitter.”
Cryptocurrency trading platform Coinbase has lost half its value in the past week.
An official with the National Labor Relations Board filed a wide-ranging complaint accusing the coffee chain of violating workers’ rights.
At 3.6%, unemployment nearly reached the lowest level in half a century.
Record-low mortgages below 3% are long gone. Credit card rates will likely rise. So will the cost of an auto loan.