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Alito Ignores Abortion Backlash and Rebuffs Justices’ Critiques

Justice Samuel Alito’s abortion ruling overturning Roe v. Wade remained largely unchanged from the version leaked to the public in May—but in responding to the dissent and concurring opinion by Chief Justice John Roberts, Alito did add some important new elements to the decision.

GM, Goldman Press SEC’s Gensler on Indirect Emissions in 10-Ks

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon and General Motors CEO Mary Barra are among the top executives who’ve met with SEC Chair Gary Gensler over his agency’s plan to make companies disclose indirect greenhouse gas emissions as part of new climate reporting rules.

Employers Face Talent Crunch as College Foreign Enrollment Dips

Firms that struggled to hire enough US-born workers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields even before an unprecedented labor shortage have come to rely on colleges and grad programs to find skilled foreign workers. An enrollment dip from outside the country will put an even bigger squeeze on recruitment.


Employers Hope FTC Probe of Pharmacy Benefits Eases Drug Prices

Large companies that spend billions of dollar a year on prescription drugs for their employees are hoping that the Federal Trade Commission’s inquiry into pharmaceutical benefit manager business practices will yield information that spurs major policy changes to reduce drug prices.

How 'Unfair' Property Taxes Crush New Yorkers

The New York City property tax system both confuses and frustrates residents, while driving inequity. How did the city get here? And what are the obstacles to finding an equitable solution?

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