• 65-year-old wasn’t hired for being ‘too old’ in New Jersey, feds say. Now company sued

    The electrical company is accused of refusing to hire candidates older than 40 for certain positions.

  • Ermenegildo Zegna N.V. (NYSE:ZGN) Not Lagging Industry On Growth Or Pricing

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  • How to make an easy DIY reusable gel ice pack and save some cash

    Learn how to make an easy, reusable DIY gel ice pack with a zip top bag and just 3 simple ingredients.

  • Improved Revenues Required Before Quorum Information Technologies Inc. (CVE:QIS) Stock's 26% Jump Looks Justified

    Quorum Information Technologies Inc. ( CVE:QIS ) shares have had a really impressive month, gaining 26% after a shaky...

  • Our favorite Dolphin pool vacuum is $50 off at Amazon this summer

    The Dolphin Nautilus, a reviewer-favorite pool vacuum, is currently $50 off this summer. Shop the Amazon deal now.

  • Blinken meets Gulf officials in Saudi as alliances shift

    US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met Gulf Arab officials in Saudi Arabia Wednesday at a time of rapidly shifting alliances following the oil-rich kingdom's rapprochement with Iran.Blinken attended a Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) ministerial meeting in the capital Riyadh that kicked off shortly after he met with Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan.

  • 2024 Jeep Wrangler starts at $33,690 — and can end up much, much pricier

    The 2024 Jeep Wrangler starts at $33,690 for the two-door Sport and goes up to $89,390 for the Rubicon 392.

  • BT CEO pay to be frozen until retirement - Sky News

    The BT Group chief's base pay will be maintained at the level it was set when he joined the company in 2019 and is expected to be published in the telecoms group's annual report due Thursday, according to Sky News. The FTSE-100 firm announced plans in May to shed its global workforce by 40%, while Franco-Israeli billionaire Patrick Drahi increased his stake in the firm to 24.5%. Jansen's annual salary had been fixed for five years upon assuming the role in 2019, which would have expired this year.

  • Home Renovations That Will Pay You Back

    When it's time to remodel, many homeowners head to home improvement stores like Lowe's to buy the supplies they need to complete their home projects. It's a smart idea, especially since the right...

  • 11 Secret Perks Airlines Won’t Tell You About

    If you're planning a summer getaway by plane, you may be feeling pretty bummed out by just how expensive flights are. Recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that airfare jumped 18.6%...

  • Can Millennials Afford To Retire If They Never Own a Home?

    Homeownership has traditionally been thought of as an essential financial milestone, but not every millennial can -- or wants -- to achieve it. According to the latest Census Bureau data, 51.1% of...

  • 35 Surprising Cities With Low Costs of Living

    No matter what your income level, most Americans have felt the impact of recent high inflation on the costs of goods and services you regularly buy. However, if you're struggling to make ends meet,...

  • US, European hotel room rates could keep rising - industry executives

    Hotel room rates in the U.S. and Europe are rising and may get even more expensive as supply has failed to keep up with demand, industry executives said. U.S. hotel room supply is barely growing as tighter lending standards from regional banks make it harder for developers to secure funding, even as travel demand has grown after the COVID-19 pandemic. "We had robust supply growth over an extended period of time which did keep rates down," IHG Hotels and Resorts CEO Keith Barr said at the NYU International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference on Monday.

  • German, Indian companies sign accord on possible India submarine project

    German and Indian companies signed an agreement Wednesday that envisions the possible building of six military submarines for India. The memorandum of understanding was signed in the presence of German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius, who was in India on a visit. The agreement calls for Germany's Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems to engineer and design six non-nuclear submarines that would be built and delivered by India's Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders with “significant local content.”

  • STMicroelectronics and Sanan Optoelectronics Forge $3.2B SiC Manufacturing Joint Venture in China

    STMicroelectronics N.V. (NYSE: STM) collaborated with Sanan Optoelectronics to create a new 200mm silicon carbide device manufacturing JV in Chongqing, China. The new SiC fab will likely start production in Q4 2025 and full buildout by 2028, supporting the rising demand in China for car electrification and industrial power and energy applications. Correspondingly, Sanan Optoelectronics will build and operate separately a new 200mm SiC substrate manufacturing facility to fulfill the JV's needs, u

  • Aurora Cannabis Inc.'s (TSE:ACB) P/S Is On The Mark

    There wouldn't be many who think Aurora Cannabis Inc.'s ( TSE:ACB ) price-to-sales (or "P/S") ratio of 1.2x is worth a...

  • Stocks slip as Canada raises interest rates

    Stocks slipped Wednesday after Canada's central bank made a surprise interest rate hike, dampening hopes that the US Federal Reserve would skip an interest rate increase later this month.Canada's central bank on Wednesday increased its benchmark lending rate by 25 basis points to 4.75 percent, as the economy rose unexpectedly and inflation remained stubbornly high, following Australia's lifting of its interest rate to an 11-year high on Tuesday.

  • Black unemployment spikes, and women bear the brunt

    Even though the rate of job losses among the Black workforce increased overall, the unemployment rate for Black women rose […] The post Black unemployment spikes, and women bear the brunt appeared first on TheGrio.

  • Rights group sues Ethiopian Airlines for 'discriminating' against Tigrayans

    National flag carrier Ethiopian Airlines has been summoned for a court hearing Friday over claims by a human rights group that it discriminated against travellers from Tigray, according to court documents seen by AFP. The airline, which has a monopoly on domestic flights, resumed air links between the capital Addis Ababa and the Tigray region after a peace deal was signed in November 2022 ending two years of conflict in northern Ethiopia.The NGO said it wanted the tribunal to order the airline t

  • No school property taxes? Abbott says Texas can get there. But there’s a fight to resolve | Opinion

    Whatever plan lawmakers choose, it’s time for the Legislature to get a big tax cut done. | Opinion