Despite its size—some 130,000 employees and $100 billion in sales—the Texas tech giant has managed to maintain its rep as a good employer and talent magnet.
"Even if some countries are not technically in recession...for many people all over the world, it will feel like a recession," said Gerry Rice of the IMF.
Sea cucumbers offer sustainability and prosperity to Hawaiian fish farms.
The union representing the workers at the San Francisco Airport said they haven't seen a pay raise in three years.
Nurses across the U.S. report having their pay cut up to 70% after they relocate for work. Now some are trying to fight back via class actions.
After 99 days of falling prices at the pump, prices have crept up again in many states.
"If you don't want to work, I understand, don't come to work, but at least say you [are] not coming to work," the TikToker said.
USD Coin aims to keep its value locked to that of the U.S. dollar and is partially backed by U.S. government debt obligations.
The latest recall by the discount chain include numerous sexual health, contraceptive, and dental care products.
The resulting report did not establish any new laws but gave a clearer picture of how crypto regulations in the U.S. will be handled.
"Transferability allows these guys [developers] to go do smaller deals with individual corporations," attorney Jorge Medina told Newsweek.
"I have a bunch of laundry to do and I don't think I could come in that early," said the employee in a viral text exchange.
Online gambling has proved immensely popular, but it still is heavily weighted in favor of the casino.
A new Cal Berkeley study found that more than 94 percent of legal cannabis crops were grown in hot spots.
Becoming bored is something that happens to every human. But you can learn to manage it and use it to your advantage on the job.
The beloved coffee chain has been accused of union-busting after over 200 Starbucks stores unionized in the past year.
Earlier this year, a fire broke out inside a Walmart store in North Carolina, according to a TikTok video showing an aisle of paper towels ablaze.
"I thought I definitely have a wig lying around, and I poured myself a glass of wine and just tried to make myself laugh," Isaac Moran told Newsweek.
"I wasn't paid, I didn't get a tag, I didn't get a photo, I didn't get tickets to her show, and I didn't even get a personal thank you," said Ina Gundersen.
The worker said that her boss co-owns the small company with her husband, in addition to handling all HR matters.
"With Bugatti, we are sold out well into 2025," Bugatti Rimac CEO Mate Rimac said, adding that the company expects to "come out even stronger" post-recession.