Tesla's decision to cut 9% of its workforce is a sign the company's cash crunch is getting real
Business Insider, 13 June at 17:12
Tesla's decision to cut 9% of its workforce is a sign the company's cash crunch is getting serious. As dramatic as the cuts are, the savings they provide are most likely a small fraction of the cash Tesla is bleeding. They come as Tesla is struggling
Tesla CFO Deepak Ahuja has been through the worst of Tesla layoffs before
Tesla and Twitter's Big Run-Ups Could Be Signs of Irrational Exuberance
Astoria Beer Garden Slammed for Receipt Asking to 'Spit In' Man's Burger
Eater NY, 18 June at 20:50
Historic Astoria restaurant and bar Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden is having a rough go at customer service this weekend: Shortly after a controversy over kids at the outdoor bar bubbled up, ABC News reports that a man received a receipt saying to
SurveyMonkey confidentially files for IPO
CNBC, 18 June at 20:21
U.S. online survey company SurveyMonkey on Monday said it had confidentially registered for an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission, through its parent SVMK. The number of shares to be offered and the price range for the ...
Restaurant receipt asks chef to 'spit' in customer's cheeseburger
WPLG Local 10, 18 June at 19:59
ASTORIA, N.Y. - A man spending Father's Day with his daughter and granddaughter was shocked to find a vile condiment may have have been put on his cheeseburger. Curtis Mays of Astoria, Queens, New York was about to pay for the family meal at the ...
Audi CEO's arrest highlights a 'silent killer' involved in 53000 deaths annually in the US
Business Insider, 18 June at 19:58
On Monday, German officials arrested Rupert Stadler, CEO of Audi, in connection to the company's use of illegal software to cheat carbon emissions tests. Research suggests that car pollution leads to tens of thousands of early deaths per year in the US.
History's Not on the Market's Side in a Trade War
Bloomberg, 18 June at 19:30
The first shots of a global trade war were fired on Friday as U.S. President Donald Trump announced a 25 percent levy on $50 billion of imports from China. The tariffs focus on “industrially significant technology,” and intend to hurt China for alleged
Millennials are the worst when it comes to tipping
USA TODAY, 18 June at 19:26
Nearly two-thirds of millennials tip below the standard 20 percent suggestion at restaurants. Many don't tip Uber and Lyft drivers at all, according to a Creditcards.com study. Loading… Post to Facebook. Millennials are the worst when it comes to
New LA Times Owner Tells Readers: 'Fake News Is the Cancer of Our Times'
Fortune, 18 June at 19:01
Today is the day that the new owner of The Los Angeles Times takes the helm. Biotech billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong first announced he would buy the newspaper, along with The San Diego Union-Tribune, for $500 million in February. His ownership ...
Spit In Customer's Burger, Astoria Restaurant Order Says: Report
Patch.com, 18 June at 18:52
ASTORIA, QUEENS -- A New York man who hoped to celebrate Father's Day with a juicy burger at an Astoria beer garden instead left feeling sick to his stomach when he noticed an extra instruction on his order: "Please spit in it." Curtis Mays told ABC 7 ...
Amazon shareholders to Jeff Bezos: Stop marketing facial recognition tool
NBCNews.com, 18 June at 18:50
A group of Amazon shareholders are calling on the company to stop pitching its facial recognition tool to local law enforcement agencies, writing in a letter to CEO Jeff Bezos that the technology could pose a privacy threat and a financial risk.
How US tax reform rewards companies that shift profit to tax havens
Reuters, 18 June at 18:47
(Reuters) - The corporate tax cut passed by U.S. President Donald Trump and fellow Republicans that was in part designed to help dissuade U.S. companies from moving profits overseas may instead make the practice a lot more rewarding. FILE PHOTO: A ...
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