The best Wall Street jobs for women aren’t on Wall Street
11 August 2018 | 10:30 am
On this edition of "Business of Equality," Laura Pavlenko Lutton, Morningstar Inc.'s director of manager research practice for North America, and Bloomberg's Liz McCormick discuss the best opportunities for women on Wall Street with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Markets."
30 Oct 2020
In the US investors have long supported the Republican party. Now it seems that the American president has gambled away this support to the benefit of Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
Africa to lose 30 million jobs by end of 2020 - AfDB president, Low voter turn out in Lagos Bye-Elections and more
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7 Dec 2020
US President-elect Joe Biden has called for swift approval of a coronavirus aid bill after a new jobs report highlighted a slowing labor market. The Democrat said "the future will be very bleak" if lawmakers fail to act.
10 Dec 2020
JAMB conducts exam for 191,000 applicants for NIS, NSCDC jobs
10 Feb 2021
The brewer Heineken is cutting 8,000 jobs around the world, around 10 percent of its current workforce. The Dutch company reported losses of €204 million for 2020, as Covid-19 restrictions shut down much of the hospitality sector over the past year. Also today, we look at President Joe Biden's efforts to win support from business leaders for his $1.9 trillion economic rescue plan. He hosted several top CEOs for a meeting in the White House on Tuesday, along with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
21 Mar 2021
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Monday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Monday.
3 Apr 2021
The Vatican announced Wednesday it would reduce the salaries of religious at the Holy See to stave off job cuts as the coronavirus continues to hammer the Catholic Church's bottom line.
14 Apr 2021
Shares in the cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase start trading on Wall Street this Wednesday, with the company expected to be valued at around $65 billion. Its value has more than tripled in three years, boosted by the trading frenzy around Bitcoin. It will be the largest company in this sector to have gone public to date. Also today, we look at French government efforts to encourage employers to hire their temporary staff for the summer tourist season, despite ongoing coronavirus restrictions which have kept many restaurants closed.
14 May 2021
More than 20 women in the east of DR Congo say they were coerced into having sex with aid workers sent into their community to help them face an Ebola crisis. We speak to one of the investigators, Robert Flummerfelt. Also in the country, an anti-corruption coalition warns that DR Congo could lose up to $4 billion from murky mining and oil deals with sanctions-hit Israeli businessman Dan Gertler. And a grave dating back thousands of years has been discovered in Kenya, helping shed light on the cultural evolution of man.
19 Jun 2021
Russian President Vladimir Putin's government is cracking down on his opponents' allies by chasing them out of state-run enterprises. Trade unions say the wave of firings is politically motivated. DW met one subway worker sacked for signing a pro-Navalny petition.
23 Jun 2021
Khloe Kardashian has revealed she's only ever had one nose job and doesn't have Botox because it doesn't agree with her.
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