In Good Company: 50 U.S. Businesses That Stood Out During the Pandemic

The hair company is donating 5,000 haircuts—worth around $625,000—to local New York health care workers once its salons reopen. The company has also sent more than 1,000 catered meals and snacks, worth $15,000, to hospitals in New York City that have been hard hit by COVID-19. And it will give $250,000 worth of hair care […]

All Night Long: Lionel Richie recalls closing 1984 Olympics

“I was sitting in traffic and a guy four cars up was crossing the street and saw me and yelled ‘Lionel Richie, All Night Long, All Night Long.’ All the people started honking their horns and a Japanese family on the way to visit Disneyland started screaming,” he said. “I realized, holy crap, I’m no […]

Sumner Redstone, Tenacious Media Mogul, Dies at 97

“Somehow I staggered to the window. It was stuck, I couldn’t budge it. I moved to another window and, I don’t know how, got it open and clambered outside. I was kneeling on a tiny ledge, barely big enough to put one foot on. I was three floors up. If I jump, I’m dead. Flames […]

NFF Shares FIFA’s N772m COVID-19 to fund Clubs

In a communiqué issued after the NFF Executive Committee meeting via a video conference on Monday, the total sum to be disbursed is made up of $1,000,000 (being FIFA’s support for restarting the football season); $500,0000 (being FIFA’s dedicated support for women’s football); $300,000 (CAF’s support to its Member Associations); $200,000 (NFF’s support from Sponsors’ […]

Financial disclosures reveal postmaster general’s business entanglements and likely conflicts of interest, experts say

This could lead to a separate conflict, given President Donald Trump’s disdain for Amazon, and his reported effort in 2018 to pressure DeJoy’s predecessor to raise prices on Amazon and other firms, while complaining about its founder Jeff Bezos. The Treasury Department also recently struck a loan deal with USPS that gives the Trump administration […]