In A Blow To Big Tech, Many Americans Think Regulation Is A Good Idea by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, September 20, 2023 In the midst of one of the biggest tech trials — Google vs. the U.S. government, which got underway last week — 60% of Americans participating in a survey believe companies such … Continue reading In A Blow To Big Tech, Many Americans Think Regulation Is A Good Idea
By Elizabeth Segran February 09, 2023 For 40 years, J.Crew has been producing classic American garments, from sharp blazers to crisp Oxford shirts to cozy cashmere sweaters. So, if you’re a sustainably minded person with a preppy style, it makes sense for you to buy your J.Crew second-hand. J.Crew agrees. If you stop by … Continue reading We buy too many clothes. Can fashion’s secondhand boom change that?
Meta is laying off more than 11,000 employees Karissa Bell @karissabe Meta is reducing the size of its workforce by about 13 percent and letting more than 11,000 of its employees go in the first mass layoffs in the company’s history. Mark Zuckerberg has announced the move in a message to employees, which Meta … Continue reading Microsoft could lay off as many as 11,000 employees this week
By Pavithra Mohan November 16, 2022 Even during a season of brutal layoffs, Elon Musk’s decision to unceremoniously fire half of Twitter’s workforce has been notable for its sheer audacity. In a company-wide missive announcing the layoffs on November 3—signed “Twitter”—employees were told they would be informed of their job status within the next day. … Continue reading Why so many companies keep messing up major layoffs
By Shalene Gupta November 11, 2022 For many veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces, the challenges of military service don’t stop once they’ve returned home. They reenter civilian life with trauma that affects their mental health and their ability to hold down a job. All Points North, a mind-body health company, surveyed 1,000 veterans on … Continue reading Many veterans struggle to hold down a job due to struggles with mental health
By Kathleen Davis October 05, 2022 Even before the pandemic ushered in phrases like the Great Resignation and quiet quitting, burnout among the most dedicated employees was an issue. But in the last few years, employees across industries suffered a remarkable decline in morale, and are quitting, retiring, changing jobs or scaling back. Often the … Continue reading Beyond burnout: Why are so many people unhappy at work these days?
By Sam Becker September 23, 2022 Two-and-a-half million people in the United States became millionaires last year, but thanks to rising prices, that may not mean as much as it used to. Worldwide, 5.2 million people became millionaires in 2021, according to the Global Wealth Report 2022, an annual release published … Continue reading The world got 5.2 million more millionaires last year, but many are getting pinched in 2022
Hulu: Pitfall Of Serving Too Many Of The Same Commercials Repeatedly by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, August 19, 2022 It might be an understatement that frequency capping doesn’t work as well as it should — especially across the video and connected television (CTV) industries. I’ve heard it from more than one executive, and read … Continue reading Hulu: Pitfall Of Serving Too Many Of The Same Commercials Repeatedly
By Shalene Gupta June 29, 2022 Job hunting can be painful. In addition to the hours spent writing cover letters and preparing for interviews, the process usually comes with a hefty side serving of rejection. In a recent survey of 1,000 job applicants, recruiting platform Joblist delved into the psychology around job … Continue reading This is how many rejections it takes before job seekers lose confidence
By Sam Becker June 03, 2022 What would you do with $250,000 per year? The typical American family, which earns a median household income of $67,000 per year, would likely be able to put that type of earning potential to serious use by paying down debt, padding their savings and investments, and maybe … Continue reading Why are so many high-income Americans living paycheck to paycheck?