NASA chief says everyone ‘poo-pooed’ Elon Musk’s SpaceX when it was pitted against Boeing but it’s had more successful launches
SpaceX has had many successful launches, compared with Boeing, which hasn’t flown its Starliner rocket yet, NASA’s administrator told Newsweek.
Inflation cooled slightly in August as sliding gas prices offset rising costs elsewhere in the economy
The Consumer Price Index climbed 8.3% in the year through August, the government said, slowing from the prior reading but landing above forecasts.
Getting sick from Covid knocked 500,000 workers out of the labor force, a new study says. It shows why labor shortages are still going strong.
A new paper finds that hundreds of thousands of workers never went back to work after getting sick with Covid.
Peloton went from a pandemic-era success story worth $50 billion to laying off more than 4,000 workers. Here’s how the company’s meteoric rise turned into an equally swift fall.
Peloton was at the top of the connected-fitness food chain during the pandemic. Now, it has replaced its CEO and is laying off over 4,000 workers.
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