What Went Wrong at the Los Angeles Times
Two years ago, a billionaire owner asked Norman Pearlstine to reinvent a storied American newspaper. Some in his own newsroom say he's fallen short.
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Martin Luther King III Has Never Seen Something Quite Like This
Even as Republicans co-opt his father's words for their own ends, the oldest son of Martin Luther King Jr. is starting to feel something resembling hope.
Audrey Gelman Resigns as CEO of The Wing as Employees Voice Anger
Shortly after Gelman's resignation Thursday, staffers said on social media that the decision was "not enough" and that The Wing must do more to support its Black and brown employees.
SoulCycle Lays Off Long-Time Employees With Zero Severance
Some of the laid-off employees had been with the company for five years—a situation that left people feeling “angry” and “blindsided."
'I’m Scared': U.S. Workers in Reopening States Face an Impossible Choice
By reopening their states early, GOP governors are forcing workers to choose between their health and financial security. “I feel like we’re all just this test market," said one restaurant server in Georgia.
You’re Not Going Back to Normal Office Life for a Long, Long Time
Many experts want the WFH workforce to stay put until a vaccine is approved. If you do head back, expect indoor masks, staggered schedules, small meetings, and the death of open-office plans.
We Called Unemployment Offices in All 50 States. Only 2 Picked Up
Just like everyone else, we found reaching a human being to be next to impossible right now.
The American Ethos of Personal Responsibility Is Failing Us
Amid a coronavirus pandemic, Americans are crowding bars and packing beaches. They're only a symptom of a much larger problem.
‘Electability’ Is Now Code for Not Wanting to Vote for Bernie
As the number of candidates whittles down, more Democrats are using the term as a way to avoid saying what they really mean.
ClassPass Said Angry Studios Are a ‘Vocal Minority’—Here Are 35 More of Them
After the fitness company insisted most of its fitness partners were happy with the platform, its partners flooded our inbox to push back.
‘ClassPass Is Squeezing Studios to the Point of Death’
The first billion-dollar “unicorn” of the decade says it’s saving the fitness industry. Some of its own studio partners insist it’s doing the exact opposite.
How I Get By: Two Weeks in the Life of a Target Employee
The 23-year-old is trying to be responsible. During the last semester, he worked nights five days a week at Target. On his days off, he went to class.