College student faces potential disciplinary action over Trump photo, political Facebook post

College student faces potential disciplinary action over Trump photo, political Facebook post

Stockton University Doctoral student Robert Dailyda, according to documents published by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), is facing student-conduct charges of disruptive
Trump unemployment insurance executive order will cost states billions

Trump unemployment insurance executive order will cost states billions

Many state governments are already facing budget crunches caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Apple boss Tim Cook joins the billionaires club

Apple boss Tim Cook joins the billionaires club

The company's share price has soared, helping to boost the personal wealth of its chief executive.
McDonald’s Sues Former C.E.O. Steve Easterbrook

McDonald’s Sues Former C.E.O. Steve Easterbrook

The fast-food chain said Steve Easterbrook, who was fired last fall, concealed evidence during an investigation into his conduct.
Downfall: BP worker sacked after Hitler meme wins payout

Downfall: BP worker sacked after Hitler meme wins payout

Scott Tracey used the scene from Downfall to portray scenes from company wage negotiations.
Baltimore gas explosion leaves 1 dead and 6 injured

Baltimore gas explosion leaves 1 dead and 6 injured

The explosion killed at least one person and left six others injured in northwest Baltimore on Monday.
Martin Birch, producer for Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath and more, dies aged 71

Martin Birch, producer for Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath and more, dies aged 71

Hard rock ‘genius’ helmed nine classic Iron Maiden albums and worked with Deep Purple, Fleetwood Mac and othersMartin Birch, the producer whose bright but heavy sound was applied to classic albums by
Toshiba shuts the lid on laptops after 35 years

Toshiba shuts the lid on laptops after 35 years

Toshiba has sold its remaining shares in its former personal computing division.