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Elon Musk is abandoning his legal battle to back out of buying Twitter by offering to go through with his original $44 billion bid for the social media platform.
Rail is never oil producers’ first choice, but a new transcontinental line could become the most attractive backup option when pipelines fail.
The messages revealed in Delaware court filings ahead of a high-stakes trial next month offer a window into Twitter’s delicate negotiations with Musk.
The bad news bears come for Mark Zuckerberg.
Nothing gets an employer’s attention quite like a union campaign.
Workers have been taken for granted for too long, said five-year Home Depot veteran Vince Quiles.
Both chains offering perks extra early in bid to keep shoppers interested.
Executive directors of the Inter-American Development Bank voted unanimously to recommend firing a former Trump official as president of the institution.
Carmakers say buyers might not get the vehicle they want on time, commuter rail lines could see service disrupted, and shipments from everything from oil to livestock feed could be disrupted.
President Joe Biden is showcasing his administration’s efforts to promote electric vehicles during a visit to the Detroit auto show.