For the past few years, many white-collar workers have grown accustomed to greater flexibility in where and when they work, but today's recession fears may change that.
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Musk’s ultimatum for Tesla also runs counter to current policy at Twitter, which is one of the most prominent tech companies to let most employees work from home permanently.
Moves by Nestle SA, Renault SA and Philip Morris International Inc. to scale back their Russian businesses have left a dwindling handful of holdouts resisting the corporate exodus.
For decades, global finance firms eagerly catered to Russian firms, billionaires and the government. Then tanks started rolling into Ukraine.
Activists and corporate governance advocates cheered splits by GE, J&J and Toshiba, but tech firms have been driving unrelated transactions, creating what are called "neoconglomerates.”
Hold on to your smartphone — the holiday price wars between Walmart Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. are heating up. Walmart, the world's largest retailer, has introduced a program to temporarily lower the price consumers pay for some items on its marketplace site, where third-party vendors ...
Paul Polman, CEO of margarine maker Unilever, has criticized butter in the past, saying the dairy fat "kills." With sales of the company's spreads sagging, he is now embracing it. In what Unilever Foods President Antoine de Saint-Affrique calls a "fundamental turnaround" of a $4.8 ...