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After 30 years and over 800 stores, McDonald's has decided to leave Russia for good following its temporary closure of stores amidst conflict with Ukraine.
Grain and cereal theft by Russian troops has become a common practice. Now they also took tractors and machinery that cannot be used.
Shell reported record high earnings of $9.13 billion in the first quarter of 2022, prompting action from lawmakers to impose higher taxes on gas companies to aid those struggling amidst rising prices.
Crises are never easy, but they can be especially difficult when you don't know what to do. In these moments, it's critical that leaders step up and take charge.
A pending construction job boom and advances in tech-era altruism might represent a few bright spots in the midst of this terrible struggle.
An ongoing storm of supply chain constraints, consumer demand and overseas conflict is causing inflation to rise at the fastest rate since 1981.
The company announced that it will stop selling its products to Russian citizens who intend to bring them to their country. The move unleashed fury.
He is Andriy Khlynuyk, vocalist of the band BoomBox, who sang a nationalist song before leaving for the front.
Mixed martial arts athlete Yaroslav Amosov recovers his championship belt from the rubble in Irpin, Ukraine
The belt that accredits the athlete's championship was protected by his mother in a bomb shelter.
Faced with the shortage of electronic components Lada, the Russian car brand, will return to manufacture mechanical vehicles
A Croatian media outlet assures that the lack of semiconductors and electronic components forces the company to manufacture its cars they way it did in the 1990s.
Anti-Russia Sentiment Is Fueling Harassment, Bias and Workplace Conflict: 4 Ways to De-Escalate Team Tension and Save Your Company Culture
The war in Ukraine has stirred up conflict among coworkers along with unfair bias against employees of Russian descent. However are a few steps to take to calm tensions and get everyone back on track during these turbulent times.
The Ukraine Crisis Hits Close to Home for Silicon Valley, and Tech Execs Aren't Wasting Time: 'They're Thinking Like a Startup, Which Allows Them to Move Faster'
Ukrainian-American venture capitalist and Worklife founder Brianne Kimmel discusses her company's involvement with relief efforts, including an offer to evacuate thousands of Ukrainian engineers, and how other companies can make the most of their resources to help those in need.