Disgraced FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried bent Washington to his will using “every mechanism available,” with sophistication and speed. “He played D.C. like a fiddle.”
The FTX founder was said to be the "next Warren Buffett," a billionaire with a "savior complex." Now, it's all burning down.
The real estate company is laying off hundreds of employees and preparing for the housing winter to last through 2023.
Meta's CEO blamed the company's mass layoffs on "macroeconomic" forces and "increased competition," not his massive, faith-based bet on the metaverse.
The company will, starting in December, give customers the option to view the total price of a stay before taxes “up front” when they search for homes.
One day into New York City's salary transparency law, some pay ranges have already taken people aback.
To some, LinkedIn's try-hard nature has become a perfect example of the worst of corporate culture. But the site's influencers say the joke's on everyone else, as they pull in big money with ease. "The only opinion that matters is the market," one said.
‘Game of Thrones: Conquest’ and ‘State of Survival’ Players Say They Felt Addicted and Pressured To Spend
Players of the popular “freemium” mobile games say spending thousands became necessary to remain a part of tight-knit online communities. “I felt it was my duty,” one said.
Airbnb customers say they are being permanently banned after background checks reveal minor offenses like broken tail lights and old misdemeanors.
CEO Robert Reffkin said that the layoffs were "necessary" in order for the company to navigate the current downturn.
With growing pressure to return to the office, some employees are struggling to hide the fact that they now live abroad. “It’s quite hard to keep up the facade all the time,” one person said.