Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation that will require the boards of publicly traded companies based in the state to have at least one racially, ethnically or otherwise diverse director by 2021.
The Wall Street JournalCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation that will require the boards of publicly traded companies based in the state to have at least one racially, ethnically or otherwise diverse director by 2021
Officials at the Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency feared that sharing the information with Congress would give credence to unsubstantiated Kremlin-backed material.
The Wall Street JournalSenior U.S. officials urged John Ratcliffe not to release information about a Russian intelligence product containing unverified allegations about Hillary Clinton and the 2016 election, advice Trump’s spy chief ignored, people familiar with the matter say
The stock market’s star performers are shining brighter than ever and creating a stark divide with the rest of the pack.
The Wall Street JournalTechnology and biotech companies dominate the list of stocks rallying more than 400% this year, as well as those benefiting from changing tastes during the coronavirus pandemic
Joe Biden accused the president of being ill-prepared to handle the coronavirus pandemic, latching on to President Trump’s previous comments about the death toll from the virus.
Asked during a recent interview with Axios about the high U.S. death...
The Wall Street JournalAfter a sharp exchange about health care, the topic shifted to the Covid-19 crisis with Biden accusing Trump of being ill-prepared to handle the pandemic. "It is what it is because you are who you are." #Debates2020
International concern is growing over fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan, which threatens to draw in regional powers and destabilize an area that serves as an important energy corridor for global markets.
The Wall Street JournalInternational concern is growing over the fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan, which threatens to draw in regional powers near a vital energy corridor
With a virtual-reality headset and a virtual meeting platform like Spatial, you can meet up and collaborate with your colleagues as if you were in a real office
The Wall Street JournalWatch: The Zoom fatigue is real. So @joannastern, like a number of Fortune 500 companies, has turned to virtual reality to try to recreate the office—and her beloved interview elevator.
As public schools face budget crunches and concerns over pandemic planning, some instructors have jumped to teach small groups of children in private settings.
The Wall Street JournalA 39-year-old teacher makes more money teaching six students than she did being in charge of a whole classroom. They follow their public school’s curriculum—and she added cooking and yoga. “It’s a teacher’s dream.”
Researchers are finding growing evidence that the Covid-19 pandemic’s deadly reach is stretching far beyond people who died from coronavirus infections, reflecting the ways the pandemic amplified stress and financial strain while causing many people...
The Wall Street JournalResearchers are finding growing evidence that the pandemic’s deadly reach is stretching far beyond people who died from coronavirus, reflecting the ways the pandemic amplified stress and financial strain while causing many people to avoid hospitals
The leaders of New York City principals union on Sunday said they had unanimously passed a vote of no confidence in Mayor Bill de Blasio and asked him to cede control of city schools to the state Education Department for the remainder of the...
The Wall Street JournalNew York City’s principals union called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to cede control of schools to the state after a unanimous vote of no confidence
Grocery stores and food companies are preparing for a possible surge in sales amid a new rise in Covid-19 cases and the impending holiday rush.
The Wall Street JournalSupermarkets are stockpiling groceries and storing them early to prepare for the fall and winter months, when experts say the U.S. could see another widespread outbreak of Covid-19
The first Black woman to run a U.S. bank, Maggie Lena Walker saw the economic independence of her peers as an ethical imperative. ‘Let us have a bank that will take the nickels and turn them into dollars,’ she said.
The Wall Street JournalA washerwoman turned teacher turned insurance agent, Maggie Lena Walker became the first Black woman ever to run a U.S. bank in 1903. Few people have ever faced a more hostile reception to their business.
The judge’s legal approach is to look at what constitutional language meant when adopted and zero in on the text of legislation, rather than interpret lawmakers’ purpose. Her jurisprudence suggests she would carry on tradition of Justice Scalia and...
The Wall Street JournalIf confirmed to the Supreme Court, Amy Coney Barrett could culminate a decadeslong quest to ensure a conservative imprint on American law