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Bobby Kotick also pledges to accelerate diverse hiring and waive arbitration on sexual harassment claims, answering demands from employees
The Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma, which began erupting on September 19, was still spewing lava over five weeks since its first eruption.This footage, taken by Volcanoes Canary Islands, shows lava spewing from the volcano on the evening of October 27. The volcano’s main crater was launching fragments and periodically generating shock waves, Volcanoes Canary Islands said.As of Wednesday, lava flows had destroyed 2,183 buildings on the island, the EU’s Copernicus Emergency Management Service said. Credit: Volcanoes Canary Islands via Storyful
Biconomy's BICO sale on CoinList follows a $9 million fundraising round in July.
Canadian workers are fast becoming hot commodities in a tight labor market and companies are increasingly forced to raise wages to fill jobs - and retain existing staff - a factor likely to complicate the Bank of Canada's efforts to tame inflation. While fast rising wages have yet to filter through to official data, hiring intentions are far above pre-pandemic levels and staffing companies say it is a "sellers market" for skilled and unskilled job seekers across many industries. Economists say wage growth could turn into a big problem for the Bank of Canada, which is already grappling with inflation that is near a two-decade high.
Kotick, who received a total compensation $154.6 million last year, said in a letter https://bit.ly/3EoQqhF sent to employees on Thursday that he has sought a cut in his compensation until the company's transformational gender-related goals are met. The video game publisher has also introduced a zero-tolerance harassment policy company-wide along with other changes like increasing the percentage of women and non-binary people in the company by 50% and waiving arbitration of sexual harassment and discrimination claims. "Any Activision Blizzard employee found through our new investigative processes and resources to have retaliated against anyone for making a compliance complaint will be terminated immediately," Kotick said.
A fishing vessel has been detained by French authorities as part of an on-going row over post-Brexit fishing rights.
The US Treasury slapped sanctions on prominent Lebanese tycoons Jihad al-Arab and Dany Khoury and lawmaker Jamil Sayyed for allegedly benefitting from corruption and adding to the breakdown of the rule of law in the country.
Hedge fund Third Point has built a large stake in Royal Dutch Shell. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman weighs in.
Citigroup CEO Jane Fraser takes a bullish view focused on the region's growing middle class and its ascendent midsize companies.
In the Sudanese city of Khartoum North, a funeral was held for a slain protester.Mohamed Abdelsalam was said to have been killed in violence that erupted in the country earlier this week.He was allegedly protesting the military's seizure of power and the ousting of the civilian government on Monday, when he was shot by a sniper.Several people have been killed in clashes with security forces since the takeover, led by General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and opponents fear the army-led authorities could deploy more force.A member of the Kobar Resistance Committee Tamam Alaaqeb was among the mourners."The martyr Mohamed Abdelsalam was killed on the day of the (coup), that dark day. We were a number of protesters on a bridge and he was targeted by a sniper from (Abdel Fattah) al-Burhan's forces. I accuse Burhan personally that he killed our brother and that he continues to destabilize the security of the Sudanese people."The Sudanese army is facing widening opposition to this week's coup, with state officials in Khartoum vowing disobedience and activists mobilizing for mass demonstrations later this week.But Burhan has said he acted to stop the country slipping into civil war and has promised elections in July 2023.
Musician James Morrison open up to Kate about growing up in poverty and dependent on free school meals, and how as a child he had to use his music to put food on his family's table.White Wine Question Time with Kate Thornton is the podcast that brings together well-known guests to answer three thought-provoking questions over three glasses of wine. Discover the friendships behind the entertainment headlines, and listen in on their conversations for a side to the celebrities you've never heard before. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, and follow on Instagram (@whitewineqt) & Twitter (@WhiteWineQT) to keep up to date with the latest guests, news and more!
Yahoo FInance's Julie Hyman breaks down Thursday's trending stories.
The 350th to 364th COVID deaths in Singapore were aged between 62 and 98. All of them had various underlying medical conditions.
Lagarde acknowledged the decline would take longer than the ECB had initially expected but said favourable financing conditions created by its ultra-easy policy were still essential for the euro zone economy to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic."We see inflation rising further in the near term but then declining next year," Lagarde told a news conference after the ECB left policy on hold.She identified the main drivers of inflation as energy prices and snarled supply chains as consumer demand recovers and base effects, especially from last year's German value-added tax cut, the impact of which should drop out of data in January.Euro zone inflation hit 3.4% last month and is seen rising to 3.7% in October in flash estimates due to be released on Friday.This has raised questions about whether the ECB's aggressive policy of massive bond purchases and negative rates on deposits was still appropriate.Lagarde said inflation had dominated the Governing Council's discussions."We talked about inflation, inflation, inflation," she said.
The bowl game coalition does not want any playoff games on home campuses.
The Biden administration has unveiled a revamped $1.75T spending framework. Yahoo Finance's Jessica Smith shares the details.
Bitcoin is bouncing back after a two-day retreat. Demand for the cryptocurrency came from El Salvador, whose bitcoin-friendly president says the Central American country bought the dip.
Acoustic singer/songwriter James Morrison chats to Kate about how his music allowed him to lift his family out of poverty, to explore his mental health, and to steal the heart of his wife, Jill, right from under her "massive" boyfriend's nose. Tune in!White Wine Question Time with Kate Thornton is the podcast that brings together well-known guests to answer three thought-provoking questions over three glasses of wine. Discover the friendships behind the entertainment headlines, and listen in on their conversations for a side to the celebrities you've never heard before. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, and follow on Instagram (@whitewineqt) & Twitter (@WhiteWineQT) to keep up to date with the latest guests, news and more!
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Microsoft Corp on Thursday said it plans to work with community colleges across the United States to fill 250,000 cybersecurity jobs over the next four years. Microsoft said it will provide scholarships or assistance to about 25,000 students and will provide training for new and existing teachers at 150 community colleges across the country. The company also said that it will provide curriculum materials for free to all community colleges, as well as four-year schools, in the country.