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The executive chef opened up about how setbacks led to the long-lasting success of her catering company.
The Manhattan District Attorney's office filed charges against the former president's business on Thursday.
Many climate advocates maintain that carbon pricing is still the best way to dial down emissions — even if Exxon got caught saying its support is a ruse.
A doughnut shop. A Jack In The Box. A Hooters. Workers all over say their workplaces are too hot as the U.S. bakes.
"Parents are choosing names that have power, hope and status.”
The automaker's terrible excuse sparked calls for a boycott.
The reality TV star shared the news on Instagram, saying that the brand would be supplying undergarments, pajamas and loungewear for the athletes.
"I will claw these eyes right out if I have to sit through one more influencer's fast-fashion loungewear haul."
A federal bill that includes "extended producer responsibility" for waste is dividing environmentalists and renewing questions about corporate support.
The announcement comes weeks after Bill and Melinda Gates announced that they were divorcing after 27 years of marriage.
“We recognize that for transgender and non-binary drivers and delivery people, the name on their ID does not always reflect their true identity,” the company said.
The airline said it hopes the cancellations will help avoid future disruptions as it deals with a labor shortage and inclement weather.
The co-owners of the historic nightspot said they felt it was important to stand up against corporations that "are trying to legalize discrimination."
Workers at No Evil Foods’ North Carolina plant were furious at the news, according to audio of the layoff announcement.
Pay packages rose yet again last year for the CEOs of the biggest companies, even though the pandemic sent the economy to its worst quarter on record.
The oil giant will face renewed pressure to better address climate change and shift away from fossil fuels.
Known for its roaring lion logo, MGM is one of the oldest Hollywood studios, founded in 1924 when films were silent.
Worker advocates say the CDC's new guidance on face masks puts employees in an awkward and unsafe position.
A new survey shows Black and Latino workers in particular are concerned about missing work -- and pay -- because of the vaccine's side effects.