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GameStop's CFO Jim Bell is being pushed out and he'll get a *$30 million* package when he leaves next month. This'll be his third exit from a company in less than five years.
Signet, which owns mall jewelers Jared, Kay and Zales, is raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour. That's for all full-time and part-time employees. It expects the program to be fully rolled out by spring of 2022.
me rereading and rereading and rereading the final draft of a feature we've been working on for a year and realizing it's finally time to stop and
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Patagonia is cracking down on the corporate logo vests that have become uniforms on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley. Its corporate sales program won't make products for just anyone. It wants “mission-driven companies that prioritize the planet."
Weinstein still faces sexual assault charges in Los Angeles and more may be pending as the district attorney investigates three more claims.
It's a man's world at Victoria's Secret. Les Wexner's lingerie empire has shed $20 billion in market value. His company has a problem with the past and a problem with the future—and that leaves the present in a muddle of controversy.
Fyre Festival organizer Billy McFarland pleads guilty to 2 counts of wire fraud. Each carries a max sentence of 20 years, though he'll likely get far less time. Remember what that one Fyre marketing guy once said: “Let’s just do it and be legends, man.”