The federal labor board’s Democratic majority has embraced seeking public input when the board contemplates overturning precedent, even though that will slow its efforts to reverse pro-employer decisions from the Trump era.
Unraveling the finances of a conglomerate such as General Electric Co. isn’t as simple as dividing by three as the company looks to spin off its energy and health-care businesses from its core operations.
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