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Google fires 28 workers for protesting $1.2 billion Israel contract

Workers staged sit-in protests at the company’s offices in Seattle, New York and Sunnyvale, California, over Project Nimbus, a joint contract to provide the Israeli government and military with cloud and artificial intelligence services.
Google employees protests at the company offices in Sunnyvale, Calif., in an image posted to social media on Wednesday.
Google employees protests at the company offices in Sunnyvale, Calif., in an image posted to social media on Wednesday.

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As Zepbound shortage grows, Eli Lilly says there's no immediate end in sight

The drugmaker is working to increase its supply of the weight loss drug. But some of those steps, including building a new plant, will take months to come online.
A Zepbound injection pen
A Zepbound injection pen

Senior NPR editor resigns after accusing outlet of liberal bias

Uri Berliner wrote in an essay in The Free Press last week that NPR has an “absence of viewpoint diversity.”
Uri Berliner smiles
Uri Berliner smiles

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Vince McMahon's life after WWE: Kittens, vacations and staying in touch with Trump

The wrestling mogul is facing a federal investigation and accusations of sexual abuse, but some of those close to him say he’s unfazed. WWE is moving on.
Photo Illustration: Vince McMahon and WWE Headquarters
Photo Illustration: Vince McMahon and WWE Headquarters
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FAA lifts temporary groundstop of Alaska Airlines flights after technical issue is resolved

Alaska Airlines said in a statement that it had an issue with the system that calculates the weight and balance of its jets. The stop lasted about an hour.
Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 airliners sit on the tarmac
Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 airliners sit on the tarmac

How In-N-Out Burger’s president runs her fast-food empire: Keep it simple, affordable and close

Lynsi Snyder is expanding the family-run California chain as far east as Tennessee. But as for the East Coast? “I’m probably saying never.”
In-N-Out Lynsi Snyder
In-N-Out Lynsi Snyder

Tesla asks shareholders to vote again on Musk's $56 billion payout

Musk’s pay package was invalidated after a shareholder won a lawsuit against the company this year.
Elon Musk
Elon Musk
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UnitedHealth to take up to $1.6 billion hit this year from Change hack

The hack at Change, a provider of health care billing and data systems and a key node in the U.S. health care system, disrupted payments to doctors and health care facilities nationwide for a month.
UnitedHealth Group Headquarters As They Take on CVS With Walgreens Deal
UnitedHealth Group Headquarters As They Take on CVS With Walgreens Deal
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Fed Chair Powell says there has been a 'lack of further progress' this year on inflation

Powell added that until inflation shows more progress, “we can maintain the current level of restriction for as long as needed.”
Jerome Powell speaks during the Stanford Business, Government and Society Forum
Jerome Powell speaks during the Stanford Business, Government and Society Forum

Tesla job cuts heighten Wall Street concerns that EV maker faces a demand problem

Tesla shares have been spiraling since the calendar turned, tumbling 29% in the first quarter.
A Tesla Model X sits at dealership  in Englewood, Colo., in 2023.
A Tesla Model X sits at dealership  in Englewood, Colo., in 2023.

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