[New York Post] Bud Light donates $200K to LBGTQ+ group, sending mixed signals after ‘woke’ fiasco
Bud Light will donate $200,000 to a National LGBT Chamber of Commerce initiative that specifically supports LGBTQ+ and minority-owned small businesses. Read More
[New York Post] Meta orders employees back to office 3 days per week after slashing 21K jobs
The change will take effect on Sept. 5 and will only apply to hybrid employees who are assigned to a specific Meta office, the...
[New York Post] Bud Light parent Anheuser-Busch’s stock has lost $27B over Dylan Mulvaney
The stock is headed towards an official bear market -- a 20% drop -- as the boycott continues. Read More
[New York Post] Judge in Disney-DeSantis case steps down, claims conflict over family member’s stock
Judge Mark E. Walker has stepped down from presiding over Disney's lawsuit against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis because a relative owns 30 shares in...
[New York Post] US adds 339,000 jobs — blowing past forecasts — as unemployment edges higher
Companies have steadily slowed hiring since January, when the three-month average pace of gains was an unusually strong 330,000. Read More
[New York Post] Twitter’s head of trust and safety says she has resigned
Twitter's head of trust and safety, Ella Irwin, told Reuters on Thursday that she has resigned from the social media company, which has faced...
[New York Post] Male guards at Elizabeth Holmes’ womens’-only prison conducted ‘shower checks,’ ex-prisoner shockingly claims
Lynn Espejo, a 59-year-old resident of Arkansas, spent nearly two years at Bryan Federal Prison Camp from 2018 until early 2020. Read More
[New York Post] Super-rich spark feeding frenzy for Hamptons restaurants
What’s more, they are going all out, finishing their venues with eye-poppingly lavish decor and furniture. Read More
[New York Post] CNN ratings crater a whopping 25% in May despite bump from Trump town hall
CNN, which is run by Chris Licht, hauled in a 3.3 million viewers from its May 10 Trump town hall, but according to Nielsen,...
[New York Post] Airbnb claims NYC’s strict new rules could spur ‘de facto ban’ on service citywide: suit
Airbnb and several of its hosts sued New York City on Thursday to stop officials from enforcing “extreme and oppressive” registration requirements — claiming...