Stricken Gaza Hospital Reports Deaths of Newborns as Israel, Hamas Clash Nearby

Updated Nov. 12, 2023 3:46 pm ET Listen to article (2 minutes) Israeli troops and Hamas militants fought intense street battles Sunday around the Gaza Strip’s biggest hospital, leaving the medical facility with dwindling supplies for thousands sheltering there while a power outage led to the death of two newborns, according to doctors there. Doctors … Read more

‘The Marvels’ Disappoints at Box Office, Showcasing Disney’s Studio Challenge

“The Marvels,” Disney’s latest superhero feature, landed with a thud at the box office only days after Chief Executive Bob Iger called for an overhaul of the entertainment company’s studio business.  A sequel to 2019’s hit “Captain Marvel” from Disney’s Marvel Studios, the new movie features an all-female trio of stars in Brie Larsen, Teyonah … Read more

How Chipotle's Founder Is Moving Beyond Burritos

Steve Ells returns to the restaurant industry with a new concept light on meat and long on automation.

Microsoft’s Chris Young on Bringing AI to Main Street

Microsoft has spent most of this year touting the promise of artificial intelligence and how it can reshape society. The job for Chris Young, head of Microsoft’s corporate strategy, is making sure that hype turns into purchases of Microsoft’s AI tools. Young leads a hundreds-strong team that works with outside partners like Facebook parent Meta … Read more

GM, UAW Reach Tentative Labor Deal to End Strike

Updated Oct. 30, 2023 10:22 am ET General Motors became the last of the Detroit automakers to reach a new tentative labor deal with the United Auto Workers union Monday to end a strike that has spanned more than six weeks, according to people familiar with the talks. This latest accord follows tentative agreements struck … Read more

Ford Considers Cutting Shift at F-150 Lightning Pickup Plant, UAW Memo Says

Updated Oct. 14, 2023 11:22 am ET Ford Motor is considering cutting a work shift at the plant where it builds its electric F-150 Lightning pickup as demand for the EV truck falters, according to a memo from a United Auto Workers official.  Copyright ©2023 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 87990cbe856818d5eddac44c7b1cdeb8 Reference

UAW Strikes at Ford Pickup-Truck Plant in Kentucky

Union escalates its nearly four-week labor action by hitting the automaker’s largest factory. Source link

Meatpacking Plant Closures Cut Deep for Small-Town Economies

Tyson Foods and other meat processors are closing plants amid high costs and falling demand, spelling economic turbulence for the communities where the plants are major employers. Source link

UAW Talks Turn to Key Battleground: Jobs at Future Battery Plants

Automotive workers union says it scored a victory with General Motors on battery plants, but gaps with other companies remain. Source link

The Companies Bringing the Office to Remote Workers

After employees moved away during the pandemic, some businesses are opening workspaces in their new cities. Source link