Our first agreement with our creator was to tend the land. It was taken away from us, and now we’re trying to reclaim it Rick O'Rourke, Yurok fire manager These are forever people who care about these
The cartel members showed up in this verdant stretch of western Mexico armed with automatic weapons and chainsaws. Soon they were cutting timber day and night, the crash of falling trees echoing throughout
The U.S. now has 530 reported cases of vaping-related illnesses, Israel's power struggle continues between Benjamin Netanyahu and rival Benny Gantz, and a new scientific report revealed that North America has lost 3 billion birds since 1970. Plus, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled a package of prescription drug legislation, Tropical Depression Imelda flooded southeast Texas and sparked mandatory evacuations, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continued to apologize for past donning of brownface at parties. Catch up on these headlines and more from today.
With a $47 billion valuation in tow, WeWork's parent company marched towards the public market in a bid to raise up to $1 billion. But investor concerns about its financials and corporate governance have halted its IPO. Skepticism remained even after WeWork enacted reforms and significantly slashed its valuation. Further reporting about the company has uncovered less flattering details about its CEO and co-founder Adam Neumann. Here's what we know about the company's financials, management, and what happens next.
Racing fans, the stereotype goes, tend to be “petrolheads” — people who love the ferocious growl of an internal-combustion engine, the unmistakeable smell of burning fuel and oil, and the adrenaline jolt