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Companies going bankrupt at the fastest pace since 2020 in ‘historic surge’

There is a “historic surge” of corporate bankruptcies underway in the US, as debt-saddled companies struggle to adjust to the new era of high interest rates.  New figures published by S&P…

Why Do Some Companies Interview Candidates for Fake Jobs?

“Ghost jobs” are prevalent in tech, finance and media, according to a recent survey. Getty Images When Ashley Burns left his media job helping build a prominent platform covering the…

Europe is still serious about ESG, and Apiday is helping companies comply

European regulation is turning ESG reporting from a nice-to-have to a must. This creates new tailwinds for startups such as Paris-based Apiday, whose platform targets private equity funds and blue-chip…

Chinese tech companies push staff to the limit

In a recent video conference with office staff, JD.com founder Richard Liu added a warning into his pep talk: his company did not have room for anyone who wanted work-life…

BlackRock, Wall Street firms reportedly steered billions to blacklisted Chinese companies

A congressional investigation found that Wall Street used billions of dollars of American retirement savings and other investments to buy shares in index funds that included several blacklisted Chinese companies,…

Ryan Reynolds’ Co-Owned Or Sold Companies Are Valued at $14 Billion But He Says, ‘Thank God I Am Not Running the Company’ As He Heads Toward Billionaire Status

Ryan Reynolds, a name synonymous with Hollywood success, is now making headlines in the business world. His ventures he co-owns or sold, spanning various industries, are collectively valued at approximately…

UPS and FedEx are no longer the top delivery companies in the US

Both UPS and FedEx have been eclipsed as the largest courier companies in the US by Amazon, which delivered more packages to US homes in recent years than both delivery…

Appeals court reverses much of judge’s order blocking Biden administration officials from communicating with social media companies

CNN  —  A federal appeals court on Friday said the Biden administration likely violated the First Amendment in some of its communications with social media companies, but also narrowed a…

When consumers push soda companies out of politics

Editor’s Note: Ilyse Hogue is the former director of political advocacy and communications for MoveOn.org. She has been a senior strategist to a number of Democratic and progressive groups, including…