The chief executive of the massive fuel pipeline hit by ransomware last month told senators on Tuesday that authorizing a multi-million-dollar…
Learn more about the Tokyo Olympics, plus how many Fortune 500 companies have female CEOs, and more of this week's trends in data with these charts.
After seeing young shoppers flock to thrift stores and online sites for used clothes, a growing number of fashion companies want to take back control.
NEW YORK (AP) — As COVID-19 ravaged the world last year, CEOs’ big pay packages seemed to be under as much threat as everything else.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The CEOs of the six biggest U.S. banks went before Congress Wednesday, eager to lay out their support for struggling consumers and small businesses hard hit by the pandemic.
A new branch of Adirondack Trust Co. has opened on Main Street, Queensbury.
One of the biggest myths about life insurance is that it comes with a hefty price tag. Over half of Americans overestimate the cost of term life insurance by three times its actual cost, according to the 2020 Insurance Barometer Study from marketing and research firm LIMRA and life insurance-focused nonprofit Life Happens.
Disney’s CEO Bob Chapek spoke about the future of the company’s theatrical release format during a Q&A on Monday.
The Black-white homeownership gap is larger today than it was in 1968 when the Fair Housing Act, which outlawed discrimination when Americans buy or rent a home, apply for a mortgage…
Best: The actual CEO of alt-milk manufacturer Oatly sits at a keyboard in a field, singing a pro-oat-milk jingle he apparently wrote himself. “It’s like milk, but made for humans” and “Wow, no cow” are among the lyrics. With obviously DIY ads, there’s a fine line between charming and cheap. This one is way over on the charming side. (But oat milk still tastes like, you know, oats.)
Transplanted New Yorker Julia del Mar Ortiz is trying to make the best of Dallas after being ditched there by her boyfriend shortly after moving. She’s landed a great job running the charitable foundation of Sturm’s, an iconic family-owned high fashion department store, and she’s started a meetup group for “Gotham Exiles” like herself. But when Sturm’s decides to go public, the CEO hires fellow New Yorker Rocco Quinn as a consultant to tighten up profitability, which involves — you guessed it — shutting down the foundation. Library Journal nailed it when it said, “Herrera hits the mark again with a sizzling enemies-to-lovers romance that deftly charts the struggles of finding love and friendship in unexpected places.”
Lou Deepe of Granville has been appointed to the position of chief executive officer/executive director of Wildwood Programs.
MARGATE — Jack Fox was met with a grand sendoff as he walked out of the Milton and Betty Katz Jewish Community Center on Friday.
Terry Glebocki, CEO of Ocean Casino Resort Atlantic City re-open to the public
Jim Allen Chairman of Hard Rock International and CEO of Seminole Gaming, talks about the re-open to the public
Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday announced that the stay-at-home order, aimed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, is now lifted.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Boys and Girls Club of Atlantic City this week announced its Youth of the Year, Adrian Reaves.