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After Amazon: Labor Tries to Regroup in Wake of Alabama Loss

After Amazon: Labor Tries to Regroup in Wake of Alabama Loss

BUSINESS | By Paul Wiseman and Anne D'Innocenzio | Apr 10, 2021

Despite the strongest public support and the most sympathetic president in years, the American labor movement just suffered a stinging defeat -- again.

Nike Settles Suit over Lil Nas X's 'Satan Shoes'

Nike Settles Suit over Lil Nas X's 'Satan Shoes'

BUSINESS | By Kilian Melloy | Apr 9, 2021

Nike has settled its suit against art collective MSCHF for unauthorized modification of Nike sneakers into "Satan Shoes" released in conjunction with the latest single by out rapper Lil Nas X.

2 New Airlines Await Americans Looking to Fly Somewhere

2 New Airlines Await Americans Looking to Fly Somewhere

BUSINESS | By David Koenig | Apr 9, 2021

Americans are traveling in the greatest numbers in more than a year, and soon they will have two new leisure-oriented airlines to consider for those trips.

Netflix Scores Streaming Rights to New Top Sony Films

Netflix Scores Streaming Rights to New Top Sony Films

BUSINESS | By Jake Coyle | Apr 8, 2021

Netflix further beefed up its film catalog on Thursday in a multi-year deal that will make it the new streaming home to Sony Pictures' top releases in the U.S.

Out Producer Scott Rudin Accused of Physical Abuse by Ex-Staffers in New Exposé

Out Producer Scott Rudin Accused of Physical Abuse by Ex-Staffers in New Exposé

BUSINESS | Apr 7, 2021

A damning exposé from The Hollywood Reporter accuses Hollywood/Broadway producer Scott Rudin of physical assault and problematic behavior.

Ryanair Sees Break-Even Earnings Amid Slow COVID-19 Recovery

Ryanair Sees Break-Even Earnings Amid Slow COVID-19 Recovery

BUSINESS | Apr 7, 2021

Ryanair, Europe's biggest discount airline, says earnings for the current fiscal year are likely to be "close to breakeven" as continued travel restrictions delay its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Post Pandemic, Will Ailing Gay Bathhouses Make a Comeback?

Post Pandemic, Will Ailing Gay Bathhouses Make a Comeback?

BUSINESS | By Naveen Kumar | Apr 5, 2021

COVID-19 has upended life as we know it, and bathhouses facilitate two social needs that have been thrown into especially sharp relief: Sex and public health consciousness. Will they emerge post-pandemic?

Delta Cancels About 100 Flights and Opens Middle Seats Due to Staff Shortages

Delta Cancels About 100 Flights and Opens Middle Seats Due to Staff Shortages

BUSINESS | Apr 5, 2021

Delta Air Lines canceled about 100 flights Sunday due to staff shortages, and it opened up middle seats a month earlier than expected in order to carry more passengers.

Corporations Gave over $50M to Voting Restriction Backers

Corporations Gave over $50M to Voting Restriction Backers

BUSINESS | By Brian Slodysko | Apr 5, 2021

If leaders of the nation's most prominent companies are going to reject lawmakers who support restrictive voting measures, they will have to abruptly reverse course.

Insider Q&A: Marcus & Millichap CEO on 2021 Property Market

Insider Q&A: Marcus & Millichap CEO on 2021 Property Market

BUSINESS | By Alex Veiga | Apr 4, 2021

The work-from-home and online shopping trends prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic are expected to permanently reshape demand for office and retail space.

From Child Care to COVID, Rising Job Market Faces Obstacles

From Child Care to COVID, Rising Job Market Faces Obstacles

BUSINESS | By Christopher Rugaber | Apr 4, 2021

The most optimistic economists predict that between now and year's end, the nation could produce as many as 10 million more jobs and restore the labor market to its pre-pandemic level.

Amazon Apologizes to Congressman for Bogus 'Peeing' Tweet

Amazon Apologizes to Congressman for Bogus 'Peeing' Tweet

BUSINESS | By Joseph Pisani | Apr 3, 2021

The company apologized in a late Friday blog post for a tweet it sent to a congressman more than a week ago denying that its employees work so hard they must urinate in empty water bottles.

Even with Pretax Profits, Many Big Companies Pay Zero U.S. Tax

Even with Pretax Profits, Many Big Companies Pay Zero U.S. Tax

BUSINESS | By Stan Choe and Ken Sweet | Apr 3, 2021

As President Joe Biden is pushing to raise taxes on companies to help pay for his infrastructure plan, a report from a Washington policy group is highlighting how many firms pay zero despite making big pretax profits.

How Harmony CBD Is Embracing a Fresh Brand Identity for a New Generation

How Harmony CBD Is Embracing a Fresh Brand Identity for a New Generation

SPONSORED CONTENT | Apr 1, 2021

The influx of CBD brands can feel overwhelming. So when Harmony CBD decided to get a new look, the team was determined to reflect the brand's mission and values — and to stand out in a crowded field.

Judge Order Stops the Selling, Shipping of Lil Nas X's 'Satan Sneakers'

Judge Order Stops the Selling, Shipping of Lil Nas X's 'Satan Sneakers'

BUSINESS | Apr 1, 2021

A federal judge has ordered that Lil Nas X's"Satan snakes" stop being sold and shipped.

Company at Heart of J&J Vaccine Woes Has Series of Citations

Company at Heart of J&J Vaccine Woes Has Series of Citations

BUSINESS | By Richard Lardner, Linda Johnson | Apr 1, 2021

The company at the center of quality problems that led Johnson & Johnson to discard an unknown amount of its coronavirus vaccine has a string of citations from U.S. health officials for quality control problems.

As Elderly Are Left Alone, A Race to Deliver Food They Need

As Elderly Are Left Alone, A Race to Deliver Food They Need

BUSINESS | By Brian Mahoney | Mar 31, 2021

Carla Brown still makes two visits a week to see her 77-year-old parents, remaining near the doorway while they stand a safe distance away.

Trans Models Speak Out Against Sexual Harassment

Trans Models Speak Out Against Sexual Harassment

BUSINESS | By Merryn Johns | Mar 31, 2021

Transgender models continue to make inroads in the fashion industry, but not without risk. Now they're speaking up to advocate for fair and safe working conditions.

Ghost Kitchens Continue to Mystify Hungry Consumers

Ghost Kitchens Continue to Mystify Hungry Consumers

BUSINESS | By Kevin Schattenkirk | Mar 31, 2021

Are ghost kitchens the wave of the future? Some consumers think so, while some food-lovers object to the idea.

World's Last Blockbuster More Popular After Netflix Show

World's Last Blockbuster More Popular After Netflix Show

BUSINESS | Mar 31, 2021

The Blockbuster video rental store in Bend, Oregon, soared to international fame when it became the last such franchise on Earth two years ago.

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