The special counsel was investigating the involvement of state Attorney General Austin Knudsen, his deputy Kris Hansen and state Public Service Commissioner Jennifer Fielder.
Real estate development executive Ethan Holt is a married father with two teens. On Christmas Eve, Ethan is disappointed to learn he's losing out on a promotion and laments that his "nice guy" way of doing business has held him back in his career. Thanks to some Christmas magic, Ethan's casual wish that his life had taken a different course becomes reality. He wakes up the next morning and is shocked to find everything is different — he isn't married to Joyce, he doesn't have two teenaged kids and he's CEO of his company. Joyce is the key to Ethan being able to reclaim his original life and the family he loves — he must convince her that their happily-ever-after is waiting for them ...and he only has until Christmas Day.
The CEO of Netflix is apologizing for the company's response to backlash over Dave Chappelle's latest comedy special "The Closer."
Two leading toy company CEOs said they fear their supply chain woes and the resulting inflated prices will mean many children won't get the toys they want for Christmas.
Tom Glause, the PRCA's Chief Operating Officer and Director of Rodeo Administration, will serve as interim CEO
The chief executive of the massive fuel pipeline hit by ransomware last month told senators on Tuesday that authorizing a multi-million-dollar…
Learn more about the Tokyo Olympics, plus how many Fortune 500 companies have female CEOs, and more of this week's trends in data with these charts.
One of the biggest myths about life insurance is that it comes with a hefty price tag. Over half of Americans overestimate the cost of term life insurance by three times its actual cost, according to the 2020 Insurance Barometer Study from marketing and research firm LIMRA and life insurance-focused nonprofit Life Happens.
Disney’s CEO Bob Chapek spoke about the future of the company’s theatrical release format during a Q&A on Monday.
Best: The actual CEO of alt-milk manufacturer Oatly sits at a keyboard in a field, singing a pro-oat-milk jingle he apparently wrote himself. “It’s like milk, but made for humans” and “Wow, no cow” are among the lyrics. With obviously DIY ads, there’s a fine line between charming and cheap. This one is way over on the charming side. (But oat milk still tastes like, you know, oats.)
Pfizer Inc's CEO, Albert Bourla, said on Wednesday he was confident that by the end of 2021 there would be more vaccine doses than required to…
Transplanted New Yorker Julia del Mar Ortiz is trying to make the best of Dallas after being ditched there by her boyfriend shortly after moving. She’s landed a great job running the charitable foundation of Sturm’s, an iconic family-owned high fashion department store, and she’s started a meetup group for “Gotham Exiles” like herself. But when Sturm’s decides to go public, the CEO hires fellow New Yorker Rocco Quinn as a consultant to tighten up profitability, which involves — you guessed it — shutting down the foundation. Library Journal nailed it when it said, “Herrera hits the mark again with a sizzling enemies-to-lovers romance that deftly charts the struggles of finding love and friendship in unexpected places.”
MARGATE — Jack Fox was met with a grand sendoff as he walked out of the Milton and Betty Katz Jewish Community Center on Friday.