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James Conner has been working out.
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Let's cut to the point: Tyson Foods (NYSE: TSN) is a sinking ship that should be avoided. The latest chapter in Tyson's series of unfortunate events involves the company being at the barrel-end of a federal wrongful death lawsuit brought by the family of a recently deceased meatpacking worker who died from complications caused by COVID-19. This legal complaint filed against Tyson doesn't come as a shock.
At two previous companies, new United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby developed a reputation for bluntness, often favoring honest answers over diplomatic ones. On Thursday, speaking at his first public forum since taking over last week from Oscar Munoz, Kirby showed he wouldn't drop the act just because he now leads a Fortune 100 company. In […]
Cristiano Ronaldo has let his hair grow out during quarantine and fans couldn't help but point out that the soccer pro is looking a lot like he did back in 2003 during his Manchester United days.
Lauren Conrad didn't go to Paris during her internship with Teen Vogue West Coast editor Lisa Love. She stayed behind with her boyfriend, Jason Wahler, and Love called her out for it. Here's why it's an iconic — and relatable — scene.
The Bravo personality, who doesn't think dieting is "sustainable," has learned to listen to what her body needs.
The extra $600 Americans receive in weekly unemployment benefits ends in July — how that could cost the U.S. more jobs
Two-thirds of Americans are receiving more money from unemployment benefits than they did from their jobs, largely because of a supplemental $600 weekly benefit that's part of the $2.2 trillion CARES Act. But decreasing those benefits could cost the country even more jobs on top of the historic 40 million jobs that have already been wiped away by the coronavirus pandemic, Heidi Shierholz, an economist at the Economic Policy Institute, a left-leaning think-tank based in Washington, D.C., said. If the extra $600 unemployment benefit expires, millions of Americans will have less money to spend in stores, and that could ultimately lead to more unemployment.