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Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer won the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences on Monday.
The biggest auto industry work stoppage in decades is wrapping up its fourth week with no deal on the horizon.
In response to uproar over his "horrifying" comments at a CEO summit, the Fisher Investments chairman said critics "clearly misconstrued my meaning."
The United Auto Workers rejected General Motor's latest offer for a new four-year labor contract, according to a union official.
The tech giant filed a brief that says it employs hundreds of recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals because they "embody Apple's innovation strategy."
“Taking on the challenge of figuring out how tech could impact my work, and my team’s, gave me a whole new purpose within the firm."
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The move follows co-founder Adam Neumann's resignation as CEO last week.
Nearly a quarter of reported violations of pumping law came from health care workers, a “pink-collar job” where 78 percent of workers are women.
A HuffPost investigation shows many low-wage workers are confined to filthy bathrooms, can't get breaks and even lose their jobs trying to pump.
The FDA said it found traces of a known carcinogen in Zantac and its generic equivalents.
General Motors now says company-funded benefits will continue uninterrupted during the work stoppage of nearly 50,000 workers.
“When boards mandate best practices for D&I, we accelerate our ability to boost the bottom line and build a better world.”
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Under Neumann, the co-working space company has burned through cash without a clear plan to become profitable.
“Ultimately, inclusion drives growth for companies because it creates an environment where innovation thrives.”
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Three current and former executives are accused of improperly influencing the car company’s share price,
"Diversity and inclusion efforts help … to support a culture in which our employees can be their authentic selves."
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The union will be covering the cost of COBRA during the lapse.
“Raising that bar means we must do the heavy lifting to attract, cultivate and retain diverse talent.”
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It's not that complicated. GM has been highly profitable, and workers haven't forgotten the sacrifices they made to prop up the company.
The auto industry hasn't seen a United Auto Workers walkout like this in years.