Obamacare is upheld in the Supreme Court for the second time in three years; Retailing giants withdraw products featuring Confederate flag; Ikea raises minimum wage; Greek bailout talks down to the wire ahead of June 30 deadline; WSJ maps CEO pay and shareholder value.
Week In Review: Obamacare Wins, Retailers Drop Confederate Flag, Down to the Wire in Greek Bailout, Ikea Raises Wages
It took New York Times investigative reporters Louise Story and Stephanie Saul a year to uncover the 200 shell companies behind some of New York’s priciest real estate at the Time Warner Center. We go behind the scenes with Story to discuss their reporting process.
Week in Review: Airbag Recall, Banks’ Currency Scheme, YouTube Kids Controversy, L.A. Hikes Min. Wage
Takata issues massive recall of defective airbags; Los Angeles raises its minimum wage to $15; YouTube Kids faces FTC claims; banks plead guilty to felony criminal charges of manipulating foreign exchange markets.
Week in Review: Crumbling American Rail, Verizon Buys AOL, Facebook Goes for $15, WalMart Guzzles California’s Water
Facebook raises minimum wages to $15; Wal-Mart sources bottled water from drought-stricken Sacramento; Verizon buys AOL for $4.4 billion; Texas ice cream maker Blue Bell struggles following bacterial outbreak.
Week in Review: Fast-Track Drugs, Tesla’s Blockbuster Battery, Whole Foods for Millennials, Shameful Nail Salons
Johnson & Johnson will fast-track unapproved drugs for the dying; Alibaba hires a new CEO from the inside; Whole Foods is creating a line of stores for younger shoppers; Tesla’s new solar batteries take off; Working conditions at New York City’s nail salons are abysmal.