[New York Post] Ex-Anheuser-Busch exec reveals how lefty investment firms pressure companies to go woke
Woke governance that has caused profits to spiral at Anheuser-Busch and Target often begins with lefty investment firms, an ex-top Anheuser-Busch exec said. Read...
[New York Post] SEC dismisses 42 cases after admitting enforcement breach larger than reported
“We deeply regret that the agency’s internal systems lacked sufficient safeguards," the SEC said. Read More
[New York Post] California woman busted in counterfeit postage scheme that cost USPS over $60M
Lijuan "Angela" Chen, 50, has been arrested for allegedly mailing more than 9 million parcels using counterfeit postage. She faces up to 10 years...
[New York Post] AI blamed for 3,900 people losing their jobs in May: report
More than 80,000 jobs were cut in May, according to the analytics firm Challenger, Gray, and Christmas. Read More
[New York Post] Ford urging owners to park over 140,000 SUVs outside over engine fire risk
Ford says a short-circuit can develop in the 12-volt battery monitor sensor. It can overheat and cause an engine compartment fire while parked or...
[New York Post] Don Lemon’s rift with CNN CEO Chris Licht reportedly began with wardrobe dispute: ‘What the f–k is he wearing?’
Don Lemon’s ugly rift with CNN boss Chris Licht began on the first day of his ill-fated stint as host of “CNN This Morning”...
[New York Post] Megyn Kelly says drinking Bud Light is like giving ‘a middle finger to women’
"They have no way out [of the boycott]," Kelly said during Wednesday's episode of SiriusXM's "The Megyn Kelly Show." Read More
[New York Post] Twitter reportedly loses second top safety executive in two days
A.J. Brown was a top executive who has worked to assure advertisers that Twitter is a safe place for them to place their ads,...
[New York Post] Amazon reportedly in talks to offer free mobile services to Prime members
The reported talks come as Amazon faces a slowdown in new sign-ups for the Prime service. Read More
[New York Post] Dow surges more than 500 points on strong jobs report, debt deal
The tech-heavy Nasdaq index touched its highest intraday level in over 13 months. Read More