Legal clashes await US companies that cover workers’ abortion costs

Abortion rights advocates protest before the US Supreme Court the day after the Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Women’s Health Organization for Abortion, overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade abortion decision, in Washington, US, June 25, 2022. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register June 26 (Reuters) – A … Read more

Analysis: Record numbers of Chinese graduates enter the worst job market in decades

10.8 million Chinese graduates to enter the labor market in a weak economy The youth unemployment rate is 18.4%, which is three times higher than the general average Graduate jobs a top priority for the government amid stability risks BEIJING, June 23 (Reuters) – Jenny Bei was among 10 high-performing computer science students from various … Read more

Wall Street ended but still down for the week as volatility rules

Standard & Poor’s suffers biggest weekly percentage drop since March 2020 Markets are closed on Monday for the Juneteenth holiday The Dow Jones is down 0.13%, the S&P 500 is up 0.22%, the Nasdaq is down 1.43%. (Reuters) – U.S. stocks closed modestly higher on Friday but still suffered their biggest weekly percentage decline in … Read more

Exclusive: FAA urges airlines to act as wireless carriers planning to boost 5G signal

A Southwest commercial airliner flies over a cell phone tower as it approaches landing at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California, United States, Jan. 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mike Blake Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Wednesday urged the chief executives of … Read more

In the “miracle” city of Shenzhen, concerns about China’s economic future

SHENZHEN, China, June 13 (Reuters) – (This story was rewritten on June 12 to make it clear where in the penultimate paragraph) David Fong made his way from a poor village in central China to the booming southern city of Shenzhen as a young man in 1997. Over the next twenty-five years, he worked for … Read more

Malaysian companies rejected applications due to lack of expatriate workers

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysian companies from palm oil growers to semiconductor makers are rejecting orders and ditching billions in sales as a shortage of more than a million workers threatens the country’s economic recovery. Despite the lifting of the COVID-19 freeze on recruiting foreign workers in February, Malaysia has not seen a significant return … Read more

Shareholders said the corporate reforms are worth millions in fees. Now they have to prove it.

comp Legal Institutions Related documents JUNE 10 (Reuters) – When plaintiffs file a secondary lawsuit against members of the board of directors of Pinterest Inc. Approval request From their request of $5.4 million in fees last April, they told the judge they deserved double their bills because they secured important corporate governance reforms that would … Read more

Chinese astronauts blast off to space station as construction goes into high gear

The Chinese space station is expected to be built by the end of 2022 Shenzhou-14 astronauts to supervise the arrival of the last two modules A space station to celebrate the permanent Chinese population in space BEIJING (Reuters) – China sent three astronauts on Sunday on a six-month mission to oversee a pivotal period for … Read more

The US Securities and Exchange Commission is considering buying Musk’s stake in Twitter

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking into Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s disclosure of his stake in Twitter. (TWTR.N) In early April, according to a letter the agency sent him that month. In the letter, which has now been made public by the Securities and Exchange Commission, the regulator asks … Read more