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Robert Murray, Controversial Coal Baron, Dead At 80

10/26/20 1:26 AM

Murray fought federal mine safety regulations for years.

Paid Sick Leave Significantly Reduces COVID-19 Cases, Study Finds

10/16/20 7:06 PM

Like masks, paid sick leave is an important tool in reducing transmission, researchers confirm. A federal law providing it is set to expire, though.

Solar Expected To Dethrone Coal, Become ‘New King Of Electricity,’ Global Forecast Finds

10/13/20 9:03 PM

Yet fossil fuel demand still exceeds safe climate scenarios, and growing poverty is leaving millions without access to clean, reliable electricity.

Union Members Are More Likely To Receive Unemployment Benefits, Study Finds

10/09/20 5:00 AM

It makes sense: Labor groups make their members aware of benefit programs and help them access them.

Ruby Tuesday, Hit By COVID-19 Closures, Files For Bankruptcy

10/07/20 3:50 PM

The Tennessee-based company has 250 company-owned and franchised restaurants in the U.S., Canada and nine other countries.

‘Time To Act’ Podcast Ep. 5: Recognizing Your Own Bias In D&I Work

10/07/20 10:13 AM

Workday Chief Diversity Officer Carin Taylor explains the importance of checking your own personal bias when approaching D&I work and using informational data to identify problems.

Shares, Oil Prices Sink After Trump Tests Positive For Virus

10/02/20 2:34 AM

U.S. stock futures and Asian shares fell after the president tweeted that he had contracted the coronavirus.

Grocery Chains Fined For Allegedly Endangering Workers During Pandemic

10/01/20 1:30 PM

California officials say Kroger-owned stores didn't report illnesses or enforce social-distancing measures. Two workers died of COVID-19.

Seattle City Council Passes Minimum Wage For Uber And Lyft Drivers

09/30/20 12:29 PM

Starting next year, drivers must be paid at least $16.39 per hour in addition to their basic expenses.

‘Time To Act’ Podcast Ep. 4: Why It’s Important To Have Diversity Roles In Leadership

09/30/20 10:54 AM

Ariel Investments Co-CEO, CIO and Chairman, John Rogers, explains why the economic disparities have continued to grow in the U.S. and how to drive economic justice in the financial sector.

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