Democrats remained deeply divided late Monday as they huddled to close an intra-party split that threatens this week to blow up President Joe Biden’s economic agenda.
Activision Blizzard Inc., the videogame giant, agreed to create an $18 million fund for alleged victims of discrimination or harassment after it was sued by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over its workplace practices.
Citigroup Inc. said it hired Brent McIntosh, a former Treasury Department official, as its next general counsel and corporate secretary.
The Biden administration Monday released its proposed measure to preserve and fortify an Obama-era program that protects “Dreamers” from deportation after a federal judge declared the original initiative illegal.
Fear of losing a slim Senate majority, absence of a Supreme Court vacancy to fill, and a focus on blue states are all contributing to President Joe Biden’s quick pace on judicial confirmations.
Former Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin’s newly formed private equity firm Liberty Strategic Capital has brought on at least three former Big Law partners who worked in the Trump administration.
An unlikely energy sector is emerging as a winner from the West’s megadrought: fossil fuels, whose heavy use has been blamed for creating the conditions causing the drought in the first place.