India has relaxed the rules that have been keeping Apple from opening Apple Stores, clearing the way for the company to expand into the country, The New York Times reports. Indian law requires that companies opening retail locationsShow More Summary
Last week, reports of protests inside and outside H&M stores in South Africa emerged following the company’s highly controversial ad. Now, The New York Times reports that H&M has temporarily closed some of its outlets across the country. Videos and photos on social media showed people protesting by destroying mannequins and racks of clothing inside various stores, as well […]
12/21/2017 Update: The New York Times reports that Definers and the EPA decided to drop the contract after news broke that one of the company's top lawyers had previously been digging for EPA employees who had criticized the Trump administration. A...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook is tweaking what people see to make their time on the site more "meaningful." The company says people will likely spend less time on Facebook as a result. The changes come as critics say social media can make...Show More Summary
The New York Times reports: Stephen K. Bannon is stepping down from his post as executive chairman of Breitbart News, the company will announce on Tuesday. Mr. Bannon’s departure, which was forced by a onetime financial patron, Rebekah Mercer, comes as Mr. Show More Summary
XRP is down 13% Friday while bitcoin is up 8%. Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse is defending the company against negative claims made by the New York Times on Friday. Ripple's XRP cryptocurrency slumped as much as 34% Friday morning, trading...Show More Summary
After several years of creating multiple hit series with Fox’s television studio, producer Ryan Murphy might be leaving the company. According to the New York Times, the heavy-hitting TV creator might choose to leave the studio after Disney acquires most of 21st Century Fox. The Times reports that he is ... More »
The New York Times reported that drug companies, insurers and pharmacies may “team up” to create effective monopolies. Company executives argue that this would be better for patients and would improve care and outcomes — however, nothing could be further than the truth. These conglomerates would further limit access and drive up costs. Many patients […]
Two high-ranking media executives have been placed on leave in the wake of a report detailing allegations of sexual harassment against the men. The New York Times reports that Vice Media suspended its president, Andrew Creighton, and its chief digital...
In late December, The New York Times published a report alleging multiple instances of sexual harassment at the edgy company. Now its president and chief digital officer have been placed on leave.
Following an exposé in The New York Times last month that portrayed a culture of sexual misconduct at Vice, the edgy digital media company has placed two top executives on leave. President Andrew Creighton and chief digital officer Mike...Show More Summary
Andrew Creighton and Mike Germano have been placed on leave, according to an internal memo obtained by the New York Times.
Andrew Creighton and Mike Germano were both named in a recent New York Times investigation into the company’s sexual-harassment problem.
Both men were named in last month's damning New York Times report on sexual misconduct at the media company.
Vice Media has suspended two top executives after a New York Times report on sexual misconduct at the digital media company. Vice has suspended its president, Andrew Creighton, and chief digital officer, Mike Germano, as it investigates allegations against them, according to a company memo sent...
Vice announced that two executives remain on leave following a New York Times report detailing allegations of sexual harassment. The company said in a memo to staff that it was taking allegations of harassment seriously, and hoping...Show More Summary
The longtime leader of the New York City Ballet is retiring in the midst of an investigation into accusations of sexual misconduct. The New York Times reports Peter Martins wrote a letter to the company’s board of directors on Monday announcing his retirement. The 71-year-old Martins told board...
New York Times, The College Sports Tax Dodge: New York University does not have much of an athletic program. But 70 years ago, it ran a profitable macaroni company, leading indirectly to a decision by Congress that college sports — if not a college-owned noodle business — should be exempt...
Just in time for the new season of Black Mirror, another report of a company using smartphones to listen in on users has surfaced. The New York Times reported this week that a number of apps are using software produced by a startup called...Show More Summary
China has today shared that it will be offering a temporary tax exemption for foreign companies. This news comes a week after the US tax overhaul passed through Congress. The New York Times reports that China announced the new tax break for foreign companies, but with limited details. The exemption will be retroactive from January 1, 2017. more…