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Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

While some companies may be wasting time asking for rent concessions as a result of the coronavirus lockdown, Tesla, which is now valued at about $130 billion as of Tuesday morning's trading, is telling its landlords its going to be paying less in re

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

When Boeing requested a $60 billion bailout from the US government a few weeks ago, the implicit assumption was that the company may get some of this funding as long as the chronic stock repurchaser did not engage in layoffs.

Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

After receiving a controversial $25 million bailout (which would pay for a lot of respirators), the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts notified nearly 100 musicians with the National Symphony Orchestra that they won't receive paychecks af

Article Image News Link • Global, By ALEX RASKIN

Dodger Stadium's tragic past: How working-class LA citizens were forcibly evicted to build public housing in the 1950s before anti-communist hysteria ended the project and the club got the land for a song

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Zero Hedge readers have likely been following the ongoing saga involving Tesla, where it appeared as of today that Elon Musk was going to keep the company's Fremont factory open despite an Alameda County order requiring businesses to lockdown due to

Article Image News Link • Global, By VALERIE EDWARDS

Closing time in America: CDC backs an EIGHT-WEEK ban on gatherings of more than 50 to fight coronavirus as New York City, California, Ohio, Illinois and Massachusetts order bars and restaurant to SHUT leaving millions of workers facing hardship

Article Image News Link • Global, Washington Times

President Trump's new budget retreats on his campaign promise to require all U.S. businesses to use E-Verify to check their new hires, signaling the White House's surrender on one of the best tools to shut down the jobs magnet that spurs illegal

Article Image News Link • Global By AMELIA WYNNE

--under plans drawn up by 34-year-old prime minister Sanna Marin Sanna Marin, 34, said it would allow workers to spend more time with family In Finland currently it is normal to work eight hours per day, five days per week Sweden trialled six-hour

Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

Despite the likes of Elizabeth Warren and AOC constantly complaining about the desperate state of American workers, and how miserable they are under the 'monarchic' rule of President Trump, Statista's Maria Vultaggio points out that, according to a n

Article Image News Link • Global, Greg Bensinger

Google announced Monday it had fired four employees for what it said were violations of its policies around accessing and sharing internal documents and calendars, amid rising tensions over what some workers say is a newly concerted effort by managem

Article Image News Link • Global, by Reuters

Britain's opposition Labour Party will on Tuesday take aim at "obscene" billionaires, pledging a radical redistribution of wealth to cut the power of the super rich who it says bankroll Prime Minister Boris Johnson in return for tax breaks.