Jeff Bezos has doubled his time with Blue Origin, working on his space company Tuesday as well as Wednesday afternoons, sources told CNBC.
Amazon said the pay cut would align the UK with the rest of Europe, and that employees had “a number of options,” including taking supervisor jobs.
The head of the Islamic Bank of Afghanistan said the country’s financial industry was dealing with an “existential crisis.”
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Asian shares mainly drifted lower Tuesday as investors continued to fret over China Evergrande Group’s unsolved debt crisis and eyed the potential impact of a widening power shortage in China.
Elon Musk’s collaborative tone about data security came despite China’s richest tech titans being hurt by Beijing’s regulatory crackdown.
More than 60 endangered African penguins were found dead at Boulders Beach, Cape Town, after a bee swarm attacked, targeting their eyes.
“I’m never bringing a bill to the floor that doesn’t have the votes,” Pelosi said after previously committing to a vote Monday.
“Is it hard to understand that a husband and father of three boys chose to stick by the truth?” asked Lt. Gov. Duncan of rejecting election lies.
After lockdown restrictions eased, customers didn’t return to the Tartan Rooster restaurant. Its owner says it will close without public support.
The number of employees in the US legal marijuana sector surpass those who are paramedics, aircraft pilots, or electrical engineers.
“What’s the need? There is no timeline. I want to understand it,” Manchin said of the urgency of a reconciliation bill in an interview with Politico.
It’s an indication the Taliban plans to resume harsh tactics employed when it previously ruled despite earlier claims for plans to rule moderately.