By Ari Hoffman | The Post Millennial The Kellogg Company’s US cereal plants stopped work Tuesday after approximately 1,400 workers went on strike. According to the Associated Press, The work stoppage affected plants in Omaha, Nebraska…

By Jonathan Garber |  FOXBusiness U.S. private-sector hiring accelerated in September as supplemental unemployment benefits expired. The U.S. economy added 568,000 private-sector jobs last month, up from a downwardly revised 340,000 in August, according to the…

By James Anthony | The Post Millennial New York City restaurateurs are speaking out against the city's proof of vaccine requirements for in-person dining, which has disadvantaged local businesses. "We don't have the money here…

CBS News Staff New York's state mandate ordering health care workers to get the COVID vaccine went into effect Monday at midnight. Some hospital networks including Northwell Health have already fired more than two dozen health care…

By Jonathan Garber | FOXBusiness   The number of Americans filing for first-time unemployment benefits rose by 11,000 to 362,000 in the week ended Sept. 25, according to the Labor Department. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv were expecting…

By Tom Ozimek | The Epoch Times The global semiconductor shortage will lead to 7.7 million fewer vehicles produced in 2021, costing automakers billions in lost sales, according to consulting firm AlixPartners. The forecast, released Sept. 23, estimates that the…

by Kaelan Deese | The Washington Examiner At least 33 major companies in the United States have vowed to hire and train Afghan refugees arriving in the country following the U.S. military withdrawal from Afghanistan, according to the…

By Danielle Wallace | FOXBusiness  Yet California-based businesses have been flocking to Texas to escape higher taxes and regulations. Salesforce, an American cloud-based software company headquartered in San Francisco, is offering to help employees who have concerns about access to…

By Jonathan Garber | FOXBusiness  Beef prices have risen 14% this year while pork prices have jumped 12.1%, and poultry prices are up 6.6%. Grocery prices are headed higher later this year, according to the U.S.’s largest supermarket…

By David Aaro | Fox News It's been nearly a year since former San Francisco salon owner Erica Kious shuttered her business after exposing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for getting her hair washed and blown out despite coronavirus restrictions. "I thought if I…

by Nihal Krishan | Washington Examiner PayPal has a new initiative to reduce hate and extremism that will result in nonliberal groups and individuals being banned by the finance giant, conservatives say, because it has succumbed…

On Thursday’s broadcast of CNBC’s “Closing Bell,” Nike CEO John Donahoe responded to a question on why Nike hasn’t been more vocal on human rights issues in China by stating that they participate “in sport…