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Eli M. Rosenberg

Eli Rosenberg is an investigative tech reporter for NBC News.

Eli Rosenberg is an investigative tech reporter for NBC News.

Latest from Eli M. Rosenberg

266d ago

Amazon workers press company on climate change response after Pakistan floods 

Amazon employees are calling on the company to do more to mitigate its role in climate change — a sign internal activism is alive at tech firms despite layoffs.

FTC says proposed ban of noncompete clauses would strengthen workers' hand

The FTC proposed a new rule on Thursday to ban the use of noncompete clauses, a change that would significantly boost employees' negotiating power.

Facebook hit with $2 billion lawsuit connected to political violence in Africa

A new lawsuit accuses Facebook of playing a role in political violence in Africa and seeks to hold it accountable by demanding more than $2 billion in
297d ago

Sick leave and family leave priorities for workers heading into new year

Railroad workers may have lost their fight for paid sick leave, but sick and family leave, and other quality of life issues are top union demands post pandemic.
304d ago

The 'pro-union' president risks the support of a key constituency to avert a rail strike

Biden is facing a backlash from a core of rail workers and allied groups, some of whom see a betrayal in the bill he pushed to avert a rail strike.
308d ago

Biden rallies lawmakers to act to avert rail strike ahead of looming deadline

President Joe Biden stepped up calls for Congress to avert a looming rail strike in a meeting at the White House Tuesday with top lawmakers.
308d ago

Biden urges Congress to pass legislation to avert nationwide rail strike

President Biden called on Congress to quickly approve a labor deal that would avert a “potentially crippling national rail shutdown” as early as Dec. 9.

Freight rail workers at the biggest unions split over their contract deal, raising the specter of a strike

Workers at the SMART-TD rail union voted down the tentative contract hashed out with company leadership — increasing the likelihood of a strike.
320d ago

Rail strike potential grows, threatening to worsen supply chain backlogs, inflation

Two months after the White House helped broker a deal to avoid a rail worker strike, negotiations have again soured ahead of Monday's deadline to ratify the contract.
333d ago

Inside Twitter's chaotic short-notice layoffs

Twitter was plunged into turmoil Friday after Elon Musk's team started laying off wide swaths of the company's workforce.