John Lasseter had been on leave since November, citing what he called “missteps” that made staff members feel uncomfortable. He will be a consultant for Disney until the end of the year.
Posters and advertising alluded to public anger over long-running investigations in which detectives used sexual relationships to infiltrate advocacy groups.
Can money buy happiness? A new study reveals that wealth gave people satisfaction and independence, but it also gave them a greater sense of responsibility.
Income growth for many doctors would be constrained by switching to single-payer health care. But research on happiness suggests that there would also be many compensations.
The company highly encourages attendance at training sessions during the lunch hour. Should you sacrifice your break, or ask to be compensated?
As the telecom company expanded internationally, it was trailed by corruption accusations. Then it got in trouble with Washington over its Iran business.
Through research and imagination, an actor interprets the lives of enslaved people, as well as some who were free. Often, he knows only their name, age and job.
Sue Stephens, who heads a customer retention team for LinkedIn in Dublin, works in 25-minute increments and roams her company’s expansive offices as often as she can.
For the past five years, China has had the world’s speediest computer. But as of Friday, Summit, a machine built in the United States, is taking the lead.
Mr. Bourdain’s death on Friday prompted an outpouring of grief and tributes.