While voters get ready for California’s primary on June 5, Silicon Valley’s tech community — which had been politically outspoken — has tried to stay largely under the radar.
The president instructed Energy Secretary Rick Perry to “prepare immediate steps” to stop the closure of unprofitable plants around the country.
Last summer, Joel Stillerman joined the streaming platform as its first chief content officer. Now he’s out, and the job will not be refilled.
Professional athletes, Hollywood players, even tech entrepreneurs would not seem to need wealth planning. But their income can be unpredictable.
Three women say the were led to believe the film mogul Harvey Weinstein’s criminal defense firm wanted to represent them in a lawsuit against the disgraced film producer.
He led a vast family-owned business empire that was best known for making civilian and military aircraft. His later years were marred by scandal.
To date, 197 people have been sickened in the E. coli outbreak tied to romaine, and five have died, the CDC said. But the shelf life of the tainted lettuce is now past, the agency said.
A colleague you have been guiding at work suddenly behaves unprofessionally and disappoints you. Should you give up or stick with him, despite misgivings?
Credit experts often recommend a freeze as a way to protect personal information from fraud and identity theft.
Liz Dowd, a farm manager for Brooklyn Grange Farm, grows crops on rooftops and sometimes serves them herself in a Manhattan restaurant.