- Buzzfeed shares jump over 6% amid news of journalist job cuts
- Kamala Harris viewed White House aides not standing when she walked into a room as ‘a sign of disrespect,’ book says
- Most Americans don’t trust the federal government to do what’s right, new poll shows
- BuzzFeed shareholders urged the company’s CEO to shut down its money-losing, award-winning news division: report
- A new class of oligarchs could rise from Putin’s seizure of Western assets, says an expert in Russian finance
BuzzFeed said it was laying off about 1.7% of its total workforce and offering voluntary buyouts in its news division.
“Harris worried that Biden’s staff looked down on her,” NYT political correspondents Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns wrote in a forthcoming book.
Republican and independent voters to be particularly skeptical of the federal government, the Partnership for Public Service poll found.
On Tuesday, BuzzFeed announced layoffs affecting 1.7% of its workforce and calls for voluntary buyouts in its news division.
Russia’s original oligarchs built their fortunes through a 1990s scheme under which they lent money to the state for stakes in state-owned firms.