Have you ever wondered what your boss earns? The boss’s boss? Your colleagues? The guy in marketing you occasionally work with? Well, if you work for supermarket chain Whole Foods, this is all completely transparent. Per a report on Fox News, the company says the policy creates openness. Show More Summary
Churches in Kentucky will stop at nothing to prove just how powerful their homophobia can be. This time, they've taken $7,000,000 away from a children's services organization on the basis of a proposed pro-LGBT policy that never made it past the planning stages. Show More Summary
If, as it appears, former NFL safety and NFL Media employee Darren Sharper will be spending plenty of time behind bars, the only question is the state(s) in which his sentences will be served. According to the New Orleans Advocate, Sharper has been indicted in Arizona on two counts of sexual assault and three counts…
By Jack Spencer | Michigan Capitol Confidential The Service Employees International Union, the labor group behind the home health care dues skim, has been fined $199,000 for concealing that it bankrolled Proposal 4 in 2012, which would have locked a forced unionization scheme into the state constitution. The fine for campaign finance violations is the...
- game was created by Arzest, which is made up of former Artoon employees - Arzest has a lot of former SEGA employees, including Sonic co-creator Naoto Oshima - Oshima is a producer on Yoshi’s New Island - Masahide Kobayashi is the director -...Show More Summary
Last August the normally stable world of Google was rocked by a salacious scandal involving its co-founder Sergey Brin. Brin had left his wife and was having an affair with Google employee Amanda Rosenberg, who worked on marketing for Google Glass. Show More Summary
"There is not a single employee at my company who operates on a script," says the debt collection company founder.
Retired Vanguard CEO Jack Bogle doesn’t always see eye-to-eye with the company he founded.
Every single person wants to make a difference, says the debt collection company founder, which is why he gives employees a mission.
"If you're really at the top, of course you take the money and run," says the founder and CEO of CFS2, a debt collection company.
MARRIOTTSVILLE, Maryland (Reuters) - The gunman who killed two store employees at a Maryland mall this year did not know his victims and may have been obsessed by the 1999 Columbine High School massacre, police said on Wednesday.
Authorities said Wednesday that Darion Aguilar, who killed two employees at a mall in Columbia, Md. in Jan., was dressed like one of the killers in the 1999 Columbine High School massacre
Facebook's campus was temporarily locked down last night, with employees "held at the site" for about an hour, according to a statement from the Menlo Park Police Department. The department says it received a "possible threat" at 7:10pm. Show More Summary
(Clearly a frugal spender who understands the value of the dollar, here's a photo of Floyd purchasing 12 pairs of shoes at 1 in the morning.) Pound-for-pound boxing king Floyd Mayweather has another fight coming up in May, so that can...Show More Summary
by Alex Balk "The potential for email misfires between bosses and subordinates is mounting, as the volume of email grows and more people read it on the fly on mobile devices. Sometimes the boss is too rushed to read. Employees fuel the problems by sending poorly written emails. Show More Summary
The average cash bonus for New York-based financial services employees in 2013 was $164,530, according to an annual report released by the New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli's office (via DealBook). Bonuses for Wall Streeters...Show More Summary
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer and former CNN anchor Bernard Shaw are holding court in CNN’s Washington, DC bureau this morning. The town hall style chat for employees is hosted by the CNN Diversity Council. Shaw was an anchor at CNN from 1980-2001. MSNBC.com’s Richard Wolffe interviewed MSNBC cable’s Thomas Roberts at SxSW Tuesday. Show More Summary
The new Jeep Cherokee has been quite a success for Chrysler, but its factory workers are getting tired. The automaker has agreed to hire up to 1,000 part-time, temporary employees at its Toledo Assembly Complex where the CUV and Wrangler are built. Show More Summary
The Obama administration wants to pull millions of employees into the overtime system, but that doesn't mean a pay raise for anybody but the lawyers.
A former Credit Suisse Group AG banker pleaded guilty Wednesday to helping Americans hide money in Switzerland and agreed to cooperate with the U.S. government as it investigates banks and their employees for aiding tax evasion.