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Many C-suite executives want to quit over burnout: survey - New York Post

Many C-suite executives want to quit over burnout: survey - New York Post
More than two-thirds of executives in corporate America’s top-earning C-suites say they are mulling whether to quit their jobs due to burnout, according to the results of a Deloitte survey released…


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Oil falls around 3% as investors eye U.S. Fed rate hikes - Reuters
Oil falls around 3% as investors eye U.S. Fed rate hikes - Reuters
  • Reuters
  • 6 days ago

Oil prices tumbled around 3% on Wednesday as investors worried that rate hikes by the Federal Reserve could push the U.S. economy into recession, damp...

Investors describe problems with new Thrift Savings Plan system - The Washington Post
Investors describe problems with new Thrift Savings Plan system - The Washington Post
  • The Washington Post
  • 6 days ago

Lawmakers are demanding answers as federal workers and retirees report widespread problems with a new operating platform for their retirement savings ...

Rail experts say Orange Line battery 'failure' was likely a battery explosion; no answer from T - The Boston Globe
Rail experts say Orange Line battery 'failure' was likely a battery explosion; no answer from T - The Boston Globe
  • The Boston Globe
  • 6 days ago

MBTA spokesperson Lisa Battiston said the incident Monday while the car was out of service at Wellington Yard “dislodged the battery cover from an ext...

Starbucks facing pressure to reinstate fired Buffalo workers - Fox Business
Starbucks facing pressure to reinstate fired Buffalo workers - Fox Business
  • Fox Business
  • 6 days ago

The National Labor Relations Board wants Starbucks to rehire seven Buffalo-area workers who it says were "unlawfully fired for exercising their right ...

Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs would locate 5,000 jobs in new Dallas campus - The Dallas Morning News
Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs would locate 5,000 jobs in new Dallas campus - The Dallas Morning News
  • The Dallas Morning News
  • 6 days ago

The city council is considering more than $18 million in economic incentives to support the office.

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