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- ‘This Is an Intentional Slap in the Face’ to All Women
By LELA MOORE and TALYA MINSBERG - Saturday Jun 24, 2017
- Uber’s Board to Discuss Leave of Absence for Top Executive
By MIKE ISAAC - Sunday Jun 11, 2017
The board is meeting to address Travis Kalanick’s future and the recommendations of Eric J. Holder’s investigation into the company’s culture.
- J.P. O’Reilly’s Burgers Recalled Because They’re Secretly Bacon Cheeseburgers
By Laura Northrup - Friday Aug 11, 2017
Many people like bacon and cheese on their burgers, but for whatever reason — allergy, religion, taste — plenty more don’t. And so the company behind the J.P. O’Reilly’s brand is recalling two tons of surprise! bacon cheeseburgers in six states for “misbranding.”What to look for The burgers came in a 12-patty “family pack” that weighs 4 pounds. Look …
- Foes of Obama-Era Rule Work to Undo Birth Control Mandate
By ROBERT PEAR - Monday Jul 10, 2017
A lawyer and an epidemiologist who fought against the Affordable Care Act’s rule on contraception coverage from the outside are now the architects of the president’s reversal.
- T.J. Rivera has turned Mets into believers
By Howie Kussoy - Saturday Jul 15, 2017
With enough time, T.J. Rivera makes his point. Eventually, every manager realizes that The Bronx native’s bat should be in the lineup. “At every level he’s ever been, because he’s hit, he’s played,” Mets manager Terry Collins said. “He’s an outstanding offensive player.” Rivera’s offensive capabilities have been obvious for years, yet weren’t enough to...
- Progressive Versus Insurtech: Can The Ohio-Based Incumbent Keep Up?
By Ainsley Harris - Monday Jul 31, 2017
CEO Tricia Griffith has introduced a mobile-friendly tool for comparing home insurance quotes.
Since CEO Tricia Griffith took the reins at Progressive last July, the company’s stock has been on a tear, rising from around $32.50 to $47. Progressive sells personal and commercial insurance, with a focus on auto, and is perhaps best known for its ubiquitous TV ads featuring Flo in her signature apron. Over on Wall Street, the company has won acclaim for its sophisticated pricing models and smart use of data. “Another month, another great result,” UBS analysts headlined their June report.