The U.S. Veterans Unemployment Rate held steady in September at 3.6% amid the second straight month of poor job growth across the country as the coronavirus and its Delta variant kept a grip on economic activity.
Social media has taken the world by storm thanks to celebrity users such as the US president himself who is a huge fan of Twitter. What makes social media so popular with users is having that outlet where they can show more of themselves, what they like, what makes them laugh, find things that they find important and connect to anyone in the world within seconds.
Employers added 568,000 jobs in September, according to a report by private payroll company ADP released Wednesday. That number was better than expected 430,000, following 374,000 created in August. Large companies and the services sector were the most profitable, adding 390,000 and 466,000 jobs, respectively.
Telsa will move its headquarters to Austin, Texas, Elon Musk announced Thursday night. Speaking at Tesla’s annual shareholders meeting, Musk said the decision is necessary due to space limitations in California, although he stressed that Tesla will not withdraw from the Golden State entirely.
The question of how to recruit and train enough lorry drivers to keep the country running has exploded into front-page news, with driver shortages creating big problems for businesses, consumers and politicians.
Last month, private equity firm Bridgepoint became the first to list the London Stock Exchange since 1994. But a “complicated structure” stops shareholders from knowing just how much executives are paid under the “carried interest” payment scheme