Economic Dividend of Immigration Faces Legal and Logistical Hurdles

[ad_1] The U.S. economic recovery from the pandemic has been stronger and more durable than many experts had expected, and a rebound in immigration is a big reason. A resumption in visa processing in 2021 and 2022 jump-started employment, allowing foreign-born workers to fill some holes in the labor force that persisted across industries and … Read more

Behind Apple’s Doomed Car Project: False Starts and Wrong Turns

[ad_1] For the last decade, many Apple employees working on the company’s secretive car project, internally code-named Titan, had a less flattering name for it: the Titanic disaster. They knew the project was likely to fail. Throughout its existence, the car effort was scrapped and rebooted several times, shedding hundreds of workers along the way. … Read more

Starbucks and Union Agree to Work Out Framework for Contract Talks

[ad_1] Starbucks and the union that represents employees in roughly 400 of its U.S. stores announced Tuesday that they were beginning discussions on a “foundational framework” that would help the company reach labor agreements with unionized workers and resolve litigation between the two sides. The union greeted the development as a major shift in strategy … Read more

What we’re following at the NFL Scouting Combine: QBs, new bosses, deal-making

[ad_1] Draft season kicks into high gear this week at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis as teams will put prospects under a microscope during private interviews, news conferences and workouts at Lucas Oil Stadium. Quarterbacks always dominate conversations at the combine, and this year will be no different with USC’s Caleb Williams, North Carolina’s … Read more