Don't want to shop woke? This might be the place for you.
As corporate America embraces progressive politics, a network of businesses is bucking the trend, offering what its CEO described as quality products from "people who don't hate you."
The perk-cession is under way at some companies
Tech companies have cut perks, something remaining employees say has gone to far, while laid off employees wish the company had kept them around but reduced perks further.
South Korea says US Chips Act subsidies have too many requirements
SK Group of South Korea has pledged a $15 billion U.S. investment that includes semiconductor research and development.
Angelo Gordon raises $1.3B fund to buy company debt
Angelo Gordon & Co is raising a new fund to invest in corporate-debt securitie. saying it believes worry over default has created screaming deals in the bond market.
DeSantis warns ESG movement driven by 'woke' corporate CEO bullies in new book
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a stark warning in his new book concerning the ESG movement, arguing that it is a way for the left to achieve certain goals through corporate power.
Burger King parent names new CEO, aiming to turn around chain
Burger King gets a new CEO, Joshua Kobza, in an attempt to reclaim the penultimate burger fast food spot. Kobza was the COO who has also served as CFO and CTO.
How companies can minimize the cybersecurity risk from their tech vendors
As reliance on technology vendors increases, so do the cybersecurity risks. Utilizing cybersecurity professionals and empowering CIOs go a long way to preventing risk.
As big tech’s growth and innovation slow, its market dominance endures
Google parent Alphabet and its cohort still innovate, but with incremental enhancements to existing products. Tech hoping AI will allow it to disrupt like the past.
US return-to-office rate rises above 50% for first time since pandemic began
Office use at 50.4% in survey of 10 major US cities. In a blow to remote-work, office use climbed above 50% for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began.
For CEOs at Davos, efficient, profitable operations take center stage
Executives at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, said they needed new tech to help trim costs, increase profitability, and improve efficiency.
LVMH shuffles leadership at Louis Vuitton, Dior
LVMH shifts Beccari as leader of Dior to Louis Vuitton, moves Bernard Arnault's daughter to CEO of Christian Dior, and Louis Vuitton CEO Burk to an advisory role,
The debate swirling inside HR departments: how to lay off workers
In the age of remote work and with the return of labor unions and vocal workers, executives juggle how to best layoff workers amidst the predicted recession,
Clothing brands’ push for gender inclusive clothing ripped as 'marketing ploy,' 'confusing to children'
Proponents of "gender-neutral" fashion see it as the way of the future, but critics believe the corporations and major retailers are profiting off of adolescent social contagion.
When grocery giants merge, consumers benefit
The Federal Trade Commission has an antiquated concept of how business operates and may step in to prevent grocery giant Kroger from buying rival Albertsons.
Heritage Foundation unveils initiative opposing ESG policies pushed by 'woke' corporations
The Heritage Foundation has launched an initiative aimed at combatting ESG, which it says represents a social credit score used by corporations to push a "woke" agenda.
Indiana White Castle staffs new employee: A robot named 'Flippy'
Fox News' Madison Alworth reports live from a White Castle in Merrillville, Indiana to show how the robot might just be changing the workforce.
Raising Cane's buys 50K lottery tickets for employees: 'It's how we do business
Raising Cane's CEO AJ Kumaran shares why he bought 50,000 lottery tickets for all his employees as the Mega Millions jackpot hits $810 million
Corporate America fights Supreme Court abortion decision
Companies led by Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are among those that won't respect the Supreme Court's decision on Roe, offering to pay travel expenses for employees seeking abortions.
Nike, Alaska Airlines, Dick's Sporting Goods and others covering travel costs for abortions
A growing number of companies announced they will cover travel expenses for employees who seek out-of-state abortions now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned.
Disney announces new 2022 LGBTQ+ clothing collection for kids
Disney released a new Pride clothing collection for children as the company is caught up in controversy over its opposition to Florida's parental rights law.