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GE won’t claw back former CEO Jeff Immelt’s pay after private jet scandal

"The board has concluded that the company has no sound legal basis to seek clawbacks or other litigation," GE said in a statement.GE...

Burger King has a new logo. Here’s what it looks like

Using colors inspired by its "real and delicious food," the fast food chain unveiled Thursday a retro-influenced new identity that includes a redesigned...

US stocks have a long history of shrugging off civil unrest

Wall Street has often been unfazed by civil unrest in America. As long as the turmoil didn't have a tangible impact on earnings...

Bitcoin tops $40,000 — just days after passing $30,000

That's because the price of one bitcoin (XBT) topped more than $40,000 Thursday -- double the value from a little more than three...

Facebook bans Trump from posting for remainder of his term in office

"We believe the risks of allowing the President to continue to use our service during this period are simply too great," the Facebook...

European coronavirus vaccine rollout leads to frustration over pace of vaccinations

More than 10 days since the EU's coronavirus vaccination campaign began some countries are faring better than others in the rollout. With fears...

Elon Musk overtakes Jeff Bezos to become world’s richest person

A 6% rise in Tesla (TSLA) shares early Thursday lifted the value of its CEO's stock holdings and options by $10 billion, taking...

Travel to the UK during Covid-19: What you need to know before you go

Editor's Note — Coronavirus cases remain high across the globe. Health officials caution that travel increases your chances of getting and spreading the...

Prominent Zimbabwe journalist Hopewell Chin’ono arrested

Mtisi Gift, from the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights said he is being charged with "peddling falsehoods," adding they are awaiting the full...

Trudeau warns tough days ahead as Canadian officials consider extended Covid-19 lockdowns

"Frankly, it's frightening to see cases rise at home and around the world, day after day," Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said during...

Jobs report shows 140,000 jobs were lost in December. All of them were held by women

For three months, they held more jobs than men in the US economy — something that had only occurred one other time in...

Asia’s Covid-19 vaccines: What we know about rollouts in India, China and the rest of APAC

Some countries like the United States and United Kingdom have already begun vaccinating priority groups and the public. In Asia, only a handful...
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