BUSINESS
Socialist-Themed Vegan Food Company Lays Off Workers Without Notice Or Severance
Workers at No Evil Foods’ North Carolina plant were furious at the news, according to audio of the layoff announcement.
By 
DAVE JAMIESON
The Secret IRS Files: Trove Of Never-Before-Seen Records Reveal How The Wealthiest Avoid Income Tax
ProPublica has obtained a vast cache of IRS information showing how billionaires pay little in income tax compared to their massive wealth — sometimes, even nothing.
BY JESSE EISINGER, JEFF ERNSTHAUSEN AND PAUL KIEL, PROPUBLICA
Stores Enlisting Shoppers To Stop Bad Behavior Against Workers
The campaign is not asking customers to step in to physically stop altercations, but rather to help de-escalate the situation and show support for workers.
BY ANNE D'INNOCENZIO, AP
JBS Says Most Meat Plants Will Be Working Wednesday After Ransomware Attack
JBS said the cyberattack affected servers supporting its operations in North America and Australia. Backup servers weren’t affected.
BY ROD MCGUIRK AND DEE-ANN DURBIN, AP
WHAT'S HAPPENING
Biden Opens Overseas Trip Declaring 'United States Is Back'
Merrick Garland Says DOJ Will 'Never Stop Working' To Protect Voting Rights
As Crime Concerns Rise, Democrats Work To Fend Off GOP Attacks
Boston Police Commissioner Ousted Over Domestic Abuse Claims
Russian Court Outlaws Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny’s Groups
Lorde Gives Green Light To First New Single In Four Years And We Really Want It
CEO Pay Rises To $12.7M Even As Pandemic Ravages Economy
Pay packages rose yet again last year for the CEOs of the biggest companies, even though the pandemic sent the economy to its worst quarter on record.
BY STAN CHOE, AP
Climate Activists Win Bid To Put New Members On Exxon’s Board
The oil giant will face renewed pressure to better address climate change and shift away from fossil fuels.
By 
NICK VISSER
The Morning Email
Wake up to the day's most important news.
Is This A Turning Point For Big Oil?
Three oil giants suffered separate blows in one day, marking what one analyst called “the start of a new era” for the industry.
By 
ALEXANDER C. KAUFMAN
Amazon To Buy MGM For $8.45 Billion
Known for its roaring lion logo, MGM is one of the oldest Hollywood studios, founded in 1924 when films were silent.
BY JOSEPH PISANI, AP
Exxon Board Fight Escalates Over Company's Stance On Climate Change
The conflict reflects pressure mounted by consumers and government officials over the global environmental crisis.
BY CATHY BUSSEWITZ, AP
Classic 'Charlie Bit My Finger' Video Leaving YouTube After $761,000 NFT Sale
"Chawley! That weally hurt!"
By 
MARY PAPENFUSS
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