Former U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis said he believed in Theranos Inc. founder Elizabeth Holmes so much that he not only became a board member but also invested a “significant” amount of his own money into the company before it failed.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Wednesday intended to improve worker safety and lower injuries at shipping warehouses used by Amazon.com Inc., Walmart Inc., Target Corp., and other retailers.
The U.S. Labor Department postponed return-to-office plans for its workforce by three months, a move that comes as the agency develops a vaccination mandate for private-sector workers while all federal workers must get vaccinated by November.
Chicago-based litigation finance firm Longford Capital says it has raised $682 million to close its third private fund, signaling that investors continue to view litigation as a ripe asset for returns.
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