Gov. Rick Snyder's newest release of state emails and documents related to Flint's water disaster appears to indicate that his aides' reluctance to brief him, his own mismanagement — or both — led to in
The creation of scads of great new long-term jobs is one of the siren calls of proposals for fancy new football stadiums. That prospect played a central role, for example, in the pitch for the new Inglewood
At Evo Restaurant in the now-closed Trump Plaza casino here, white linen and dusty water glasses are still set on the tables, as if someone expected, any minute, the return of the high rollers who once
I love to talk about job-hunting. It’s one of my favorite topics, maybe because half the fun of getting a new job these days is picking through the wreckage of the broken recruiting system. We can use
When 2015 began, it seemed unfathomable by the end of the year that Brian Williams would no longer anchor "NBC Nightly News" or that Donald Trump would be leading in the polls for the 2016 Republican nomination.
U.S. news A school cafeteria worker allegedly fired after she gave a hungry student a free lunch has been offered her job back, the Idaho school district involved said. Dalene Bowden, a server at Irving
Kentucky's back to permanently disenfranchising all people with felony convictions. Kentucky's new Republican Gov. Matt Bevin reversed a move Tuesday by his Democratic predecessor to restore voting rights
The NSW Government has announced Uber will become legal, regulated, and probably more expensive from midnight tonight. New South Wales is officially set to become Australia's second state to legalize by
Soon after the RushCard prepaid debit card debacle that saw customers losing access to their money emerged, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said it would monitor the situation. RushCard’s parent
The worker was also reprimanded for discussing wages with his colleagues, which is a federal right. The National Labor Relations Board ruled in a decision released Thursday that fast-casual chain Chipotle
Colin Quinn rebukes Jerry Seinfeld’s P.C. police theory — much to the disappointment of “Fox & Friends”
“Do you feel more restricted in your freedom?” they asked. “No,” he replied, again and again and again June 10, 2015 5:35pm (UTC) Former "Weekend Update" anchor on "Saturday Night Live" Colin Quinn stopped
Target isn't following in the footsteps of its biggest competitor when it comes to wages. Just days after Walmart announced to much fanfare that it would raise its starting wage to $9 an hour in April,
What helps a business win in the 21st century? Agility. But if you don’t feel very agile, why not? The answer may lie in the very structure of a legacy enterprise that’s mired in the past… What Is “Agility”?
What do employees, in the aggregate, think about the ethics of business leaders? As a former executive, I always felt, when I was in the corporate world, that this question was an intriguing one. A reasonably
The unemployment rate for workers between the ages of 18 and 34 peaked at more than 13 percent in 2010, and that figure doesn't include underemployment or discouraged workers. Younger people continue feel
Walmart, the frequent focus of advocates for low-wage workers, is giving its lowest-paid workers a raise. The company said 500,000 full-time and part-time associates, more than a third of its work force
fastcoexist.com - About the author Jessica Leber is a staff editor and writer for Fast Company's Co.Exist. Previously, she was a business reporter for MIT’s Technology Review and an environmental reporter at ClimateWire More
PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - An Oregon Republican said she had proposed legislation to empower lawmakers to ask the attorney general to investigate the governor’s office for alleged wrongdoing, a day before
Lance Armstrong and Tailwind Sports Corporation, his team’s former management company, must pay $10 million to prize-insurer company SCA Promotions for lying under oath, an arbitration panel ruled Monday.
Brian Williams has been accused of many things, but being racist has not been one of them. Yet one of the stories Williams told whose authenticity has been called into question bears the hallmarks of bigotry.
Business leaders should take a lesson from the resignation of Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber. Character is important for its own sake, but it’s also critical to the success of any organization. An honest