Unions could face hurdles in 2023 if economy slips into recession

Hannah Whitbeck (C) of Ann Arbor, Michigan, speaks as Alydia Claypool (L) of Overland Park, Kansas, and Michael Vestigo (R) of Kansas City, Kansas, who say they were fired by Starbucks, listen during the “Fight Starbucks ‘ Union Busting’ rally and march in Seattle, Washington on April 23, 2022. Jason Redmond | AFP | fake … Read more

Putin declares ‘four new regions of Russia’ as Moscow annexes parts of Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin meets with the Moscow-appointed heads of four Ukrainian regions, partially occupied by Russia, at the Grand Kremlin Palace September 30, 2022 in Moscow, Russia. Collaborator | Getty Images News | fake images Russian President Vladimir Putin declared four new regions of the country on Friday shortly after holding bogus referendums in … Read more

Photos show the catastrophic impact of Hurricane Ian

An aerial photo taken on September 29, 2022 shows a flooded neighborhood after Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers, Florida. Ricardo Arduengo | AFP | fake images Hurricane Ian hit Southwest Florida on Wednesday afternoon. The Category 4 hurricane, one of the largest storms to hit the US, ripped through the state from coast to coast. … Read more

UK government bond chaos should calm down after BOE action: APG

The market chaos caused by the UK government bond sell-off should calm down after this week’s emergency intervention by the Bank of England, said Ronald Wuijster, chief executive of APG Asset Management, one of the biggest investors. of pensions in the world. On Wednesday, the BOE stepped up buying gilts over the next two weeks … Read more

Britain’s Liz Truss to hold emergency talks with budget watchdog

British Prime Minister Liz Truss and British Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng. Dylan Martinez | Afp | fake images The OBR had prepared a general economic forecast ahead of the September 23 mini-budget, but the UK Treasury chose not to publish it, according to the BBC. Kwarteng said a full forecast would be released … Read more

Nintendo conducts a 10-for-1 stock split to attract new investors

Nintendo conducted a 10-for-1 stock split that lowers the price of an individual share. The 133-year-old Japanese gaming giant hopes the move will make it more affordable for a broader group of investors to buy shares in the company. Zhang Peng | light rocket | fake images Nintendo carried out its previously announced 10-for-1 stock … Read more

The Singapore Grand Prix is ​​tough but he’s excited

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Singapore Grand Prix, Formula One’s first-ever night race, returns this Sunday at a circuit Oracle Red Bull’s Max Verstappen says he’s excited about. “We’re always very excited to come here because the track is amazing to drive on,” the defending champion told CNBC’s John Patrick Ong … Read more

Nike (NKE) Earnings Q1 2023

A woman shops for shoes at the Nike Factory Store at the Outlet Shoppes at El Paso in El Paso, Texas, on November 26, 2021. Paul Ratje | AFP | fake images Nike said on Thursday it had a strong first quarter despite supply chain issues as well as declining sales in Greater China, its … Read more

Spain says Russia is likely responsible for Nord Stream gas leaks

BORNHOLM, DENMARK – SEPTEMBER 27: Danish Defense shows the gas leak in Nord Stream 2 as seen from the Danish F-16 interceptor in Bornholm, Denmark on September 27, 2022. Danish defense/ | Anadolu Agency | fake images Spanish Energy Minister Teresa Ribera said on Thursday that the damage done to the two Nord Stream underwater … Read more

Army major and wife of a doctor accused of plotting to give medical information to Russia

A Fort Bragg sign is seen in Fayetteville, North Carolina, on September 26, 2014. Chris Keane | Reuters A senior US Army doctor and his doctor wife have been charged with a criminal plot to give sensitive medical information related to members of the US military and their spouses to the Russian government, reports show. … Read more