Companies including Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and Unilever are set to call for expanded voting access in the state after weeks of silence from national businesses on Republicans’ voting bills there.
After a year of working remotely, some employees are not keen to go back to the office, and, so far, employers are being receptive to their concerns.
Some companies are reluctant to let lower-level managers become outside directors, adding a systemic impediment to the push.
The Salesforce C.E.O.’s planned acquisition of Slack will have him competing directly with the Goliath that is Microsoft.
The move caps an acquisitive streak by Salesforce and ends Slack’s run as an independent publicly traded company.
The economist taught a generation of corporate leaders that profit should be their main motive. A new group of C.E.O.s begs to differ.
Pandemic policies at tech companies have created a rift between parents offered more benefits and resentful workers who don’t have children.
Companies like Salesforce created workplaces with all the comforts of home. But now they may feel more like hospitals.
Symptom-checking apps and fever-screening cameras promise to keep sick workers at home and hinder the virus. But experts warn they can be inaccurate and violate privacy.
A call from a university chancellor set in motion a private sector effort to procure 50 million masks, gowns and swabs for American medical facilities.
People and companies with vested interest in sustaining the U.S.-China relationship are stepping in as ties fray between the two countries.