Almost every households in the US, with service of Cleco, are now getting their electricity back.
Spotify has announced the termination of 17% of its worldwide personnel, the music streaming service's third wave of layoffs this year as it works to cut expenses while concentrating on profitability.
According to a study issued on Monday, the majority of business economists believe that even if the employment market eventually weakens due to rising interest rates, the U.S. economy might escape a recession in 2024.
Maersk, a Danish shipping giant, said on Monday that it will invest more than $500 million to develop its South-East Asian supply chain infrastructure.
For the second day in a row, gold prices broke beyond $2,100 on Monday, as the world's appetite for metal looks certain to persist.
Alaska Airlines said on Sunday that it has reached an agreement to acquire Hawaiian Airlines for $1.9 billion, including debt, positioning the airline for possible conflict with the Biden administration, which has expressed apprehension over increased sector rates.
A number of companies are advising customers not to bother returning items for a refund due to the high expense of processing, repackaging, and trying to resell stuff. Rather, they are stating that you may retain it and still receive a refund.
On Thursday, the Biden administration has compelled a venture capital firm supported by Saudi Aramco to sell its stake in a Silicon Valley AI chip business that is supported by Sam Altman, the co-founder of OpenAI.
President Joe Biden's aim of having half of all new passenger vehicles sold in the United States run on electricity by 2030 may be hampered by new restrictions that were announced on Friday.