Presidents, lawmakers, and justices react to the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at the age of 87 on Friday due to complications from cancer. Ginsburg was the second woman appointed to the United States' highest court and served for 27 years, becoming a judicial, progressive, feminist, and pop culture icon. Lawmakers from across the aisle praised Ginsburg and her legal legacy. Several Democrats also called […]

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WeWork CEO commits to paying out at least 50% of its employee bonuses, saying its 'more important' to reward employees during challenging years than good years

In an all-company meeting on Thursday, WeWork CEO Sandeep Mathrani announced that the company would guarantee at least 50% of employee bonuses this year, and would adjust yearly goals to fit the pandemic.  Mathrani said it was "more important" to reward employees during challenging years than good years.  Softbank put another $1.1 billion into the office company earlier this year […]

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12 direct-to-consumer kitchen startups that are changing the way we shop for cookware and knives

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Up until a few years ago, quality pots and pans were prohibitively expensive, partly because they were mostly sold through department stores, which piled on middleman markups. The new generation of direct-to-consumer kitchenware companies challenges traditional legacy brands like Le Creuset, All-Clad, and Staub […]

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Trump calls mail-in voting a scam, says Democrats are setting up election 'mess'

Fox News Flash top headlines for September 18 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. President Trump called mail-in voting a “scam” during a Friday press conference, attempting to draw a line between people that specifically request absentee ballots, and states where mail-in ballots are being widely issued. “They’re sending out tens of millions […]

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The CEO of Unity explains why it let employees sell shares in its successful, unconventional IPO: 'I wanted them to participate on the same level playing field as a banker or investor'

Executives at video game software company Unity used a data-heavy approach to set the firm's IPO price, asking potential investors how many shares they'd purchase at a variety of costs before choosing the final price and investors.  Unity ultimately priced its 25 million shares at $52 a piece Thursday night and the stock still saw a modest pop when it […]

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TikTok Lobbyists Took Case Against Ban to Trump Campaign

TikTok lobbyists told Trump campaign officials that an all-out ban on the app could sour millions of voters against him in the November election, taking aim at one of the president’s top concerns, according to people familiar with the matter. TikTok walked campaign officials through how the app works in detail and explained that the platform has 100 million U.S. […]

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Trump Wants a 'Pro-American' Education Commission as Critics Respond: 'He's Not Interested in Facts'

President Donald Trump stoked characteristic controversy when he said Thursday he intends to create a commission to promote “pro-American curriculum” in schools instead of what he called "ideological poison." It was the latest front in Trump's response to so-called "cancel culture," which he has made central to his re-election campaign and to his public appeals after nationwide demonstrations against police […]

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How India is gearing up to distribute Covid-19 vaccine

A model being considered is to have a combined cold chain approach – where the agricultural cold chain would be combined with vaccine cold chains. As we inch closer to getting a vaccine for Covid-19, what’s daunting is putting together an efficient cold chain. From having community cold-chain networks to combining agricultural and medical cold chains wherever possible – many […]

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Alphabet chairman among tech execs endorsing Joe Biden, citing immigration policies

Alphabet executive chairman John Hennessy and Google exec VintonCerf are part of two dozen Turing Award winners — known as the Nobel Prize of computing — to sign a letter in support of Democratic nominee Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris, citing immigration concerns. Company leaders have generally stayed out of making any public statements on U.S. policy in the last year. […]

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Trump spars with Bloomberg over $100M Biden boost in Florida battleground

Bloomberg pledges $100M for Biden in Florida Republican strategist Amy Tarkanian and former senior adviser to Vice President Biden Moe Vela on the race for the White House. President Trump took to Twitter on Friday to slam former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s pledge to spend $100 million on helping Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden win the battleground state of Florida in November’s […]

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