Peloton Interactive Inc., accused by an activist investor of being unwilling to work with regulators, has turned to a veteran GE Appliances executive to be its new vice president of product safety compliance.
In agreeing Monday to consider abolishing race-conscious university admissions, the U.S. Supreme Court and its 6-3 Republican-appointed majority took another big step toward transforming the nation’s legal landscape.
Exela Technologies Inc. must face accusations it made misleading statements about revenue predictability after a federal judge in Texas found investors’ new allegations as to mental state sufficient to move forward.
Hundreds of union contracts will expire in 2022 at health-care facilities from Boston to Sacramento, setting up fights over staff-to-patient ratios, pay, and other safety concerns as beleaguered workers continue to battle the Covid-19 pandemic.
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