JetBlue Pilots Vote to Unionize
The pilots at JetBlue Airways voted to unionize, ending the carrier's status as one of the last nonunion airlines in the U.S.
Activists Wept for There Were No More Worlds to Conquer
WSJ columnist Dennis Berman says that by persistent menace and frequent success, the activist investing agenda?buybacks and dividends, cost-cutting and tax gambits?has hardened into the default boardroom agenda, too.
Light Goes Out on U.K. Coal Industry
The British coal industry is on the point of fizzling out, following the planned closure of two of its three remaining deep mines in northern England. Among the beneficiaries: Russian exporters of the commodity.
IBM Unveils Servers With New Chips
IBM unveiled the first computers based on its latest microprocessor chips, the technology behind a high-stakes effort to help revive IBM's sagging hardware business and take sales from Intel.
Auto Industry Insiders Poised for Comeback
A coming departure of auto industry outsiders at big car makers including Ford's Alan Mulally reflects the business's return to financial health after a period of crisis.
GE Names Ex-Vanguard Chairman as Lead Board Director
General Electric Co. named John J. Brennan, a former chairman of mutual fund Vanguard Group, as lead independent director on the company's board, a signal the company is carefully considering investor interests.
Brazil World Cup Aims for the Right Accent With New Album
"One Love, One Rhythm: The Official FIFA World Cup Album," featuring the likes of Pitbull, Claudia Leitte, Shakira and Santana, marks an effort to target the hard-to-define demographic: the pan-Latin American consumer.
More Consolidation in Cancer Space Expected
Glaxo's decision to sell its cancer-drug business to Novartis sent shock waves around the industry?and there could be still more consolidation ahead in the cancer space.
Canada Toughens Rules for Rail Shipment of Dangerous Goods
OTTAWA?Canada moved to toughen measures for the rail shipment of dangerous goods, including ordering the immediate phaseout of the least crash-resistant tank cars and setting a three-year timeline for shippers to phase out or retrofit substandard tank cars.
Global Drug Industry Does About-Face
After decades of broadening their drug portfolios through acquisitions, pharmaceutical companies are reversing course to focus more narrowly on what they think they can do best.
Monday April 21st
James B. Huntington, PH.D
Choosing a Lasting Career
The Job-by-Job Outlook for Work's New Age
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Tuesday April 22nd
Wednesday April 23rd
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Gibson Imperial Dinnerware Set
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Monday April 14th
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