There is no winning for brands in today's hyper-polarized and divisive environment, where the social media outrage cycle runs on a constant loop. The outrage cycle has always been a constant feature of social media. Just ask Keurig. The coffee company was one of the first brands to announce that
The rate of self-reported foodborne illnesses is higher for Chipotle than any other restaurant chain in the US, according to IWasPoisoned.com. The data indicates another outbreak attributed to Chipotle is possible within the next six to 12 months, according to the website's founder. Chipotle'
Alabama is the new No. 1 team in the College Football Playoff ranking. The committee is seemingly ignoring Clemson's loss to Syracuse. As many as seven teams still control their own destinies and Notre Dame fell one spot too far.
Huebel said that beachgoers immediately started filming them, and the producers had to convince them to stop. While filming an episode of his new YouTube Red series, "Do You Want to See a Dead Body?," comedian Rob Huebel had to get his producers to sway people not to sell naked videos of him
Becoming a manager used to be the primary goal in most organizations, but today, many employees want to make a significant impact without managing people. This shift is challenging traditional organizational structures in which gaining direct reports was once the only way for tenured employees to have
British employers are having to raise their pay offers to hire new staff and counter a growing shortage of European Union workers ahead of Brexit, a group representing recruitment firms said on Wednesday. The Recruitment and Employment Confederation said its monthly survey showed starting salaries rose
Airbus said on Tuesday it had appointed aircraft industry veteran Jeff Knittel to be the next head of its American operations, starting in 2018. Knittel is a high-profile figure in the aircraft leasing industry who until recently served as president of CIT Transportation Finance, up until its $10 billion
U.S. job growth accelerated in October after hurricane-related disruptions in the prior month, but wages grew at their slowest annual pace in more than 1-1/2 years in a sign that inflation probably will remain benign. Nonfarm payrolls increased by 261,000 last month as 106,000 leisure and hospitality
Two years ago, Katherine Moussouris, an ex-Microsoft engineer, filed a lawsuit against her former employer, accusing the company of discriminating against women in technical jobs, and failing to sufficiently investigate systemic bias against women at the firm. Now, according to Bloomberg, she and two
About once a month, I get an email, Facebook message, or text informing me that someone—usually someone I barely know, or have never met—applied or wants to apply to Quartz or another publication owned by our parent company. This person (or their courier) rarely asks me to do anything. But the outreach
The Chancellor faces an increasingly stark choice on whether to prioritise deficit reduction or public spending according to new analysis predicting a near £20bn Budget black hole. Philip Hammond may have to abandon his goal to balance the books if, as expected, official forecasters sharply downgrade
The former trustees of Kids Company are seeking to avoid court action by agreeing to voluntary boardroom bans in the aftermath of its collapse. Sky News has learnt that lawyers for a number of the charity's ex-directors are in talks with the Government's Insolvency Service about giving formal
Donald Trump’s love of morning show Fox & Friends is no secret (paywall). Nor is his “billionaire bromance” with media mogul and Fox owner Rupert Murdoch. So it’s little surprise that yesterday he gave his 18th interview to the channel—plus another one for Fox News Radio, according to CBS White House
A four-year college degree, long seen as the ticket to the upper ranks of American society, is increasingly becoming a necessary credential for even a middle-class existence. Dozens of occupations—from bookkeepers to administrative assistants—can now require college degrees when none was required before
As “burnout” among workers has gained attention in the popular media, a conventional wisdom has developed around avoiding it. Essentially, the advice is to “take care of yourself.” Be healthy. Be strong. Be resilient. Be smarter about time management. Don’t let the stressors get to you—fight on and overcome
Last week, when actress Rose McGowan’s Twitter account was suspended, a boycott of the social media platform was called. Thousands people refrained from using Twitter for one day in protest of her suspension. But the boycott, which was backed by prominent celebrities, was criticized by some for being
Chancellor Philip Hammond has received a boost ahead of next month's Budget as public sector borrowing in September fell to its lowest in 10 years. The figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) marked the third month in which public finances have performed better than expected - and
Chancellor Philip Hammond has received a boost ahead of next month's Budget as public sector borrowing in September fell to its lowest in ten years. The figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) marked the third month in which public finances have performed better than expected - and
There’s a (likely apocryphal) quote attributed to Albert Einstein that goes like this: “Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it…he who doesn’t…pays it.” We’ve all heard about the power of compound interest as it applies to something like our retirement account
Within the last year, I have moved across the country, immersed myself in a new industry, and launched a new company. But most notably, I became a father. With the joy of welcoming newborn twins into the world this past November, I experienced a tectonic shift. My personal vision, my professional rituals
Bentonville, Arkansas There are two basic ways to close the inequality gap in America, now among the widest in the developed world. We can diminish the income of the highest-paid 1%—those whose households make roughly $1.4 million year—via progressive taxation and new rules giving shareholders more control
Remain voters were twice as likely to say they were cutting back as those who voted Leave, Nationwide Current Accounts found.
The second-largest investor in Johnston Press (LSE: JPR.L - news) , the owner of The Scotsman and i newspapers, will next week ignite a battle for control of its board by demanding a shareholder meeting to oust its chairman. Sky News has learnt that Christen Ager-Hanssen, a Norwegian businessman whose
Once a powerhouse of job creation, India’s IT sector has slammed the brakes on hiring in recent months, even as newer industries like e-commerce and food technology increase recruitment. The $150 billion IT services industry is among the sectors most disinclined to hire between October 2017 and March