Bobby Kotick, the CEO of Activision Blizzard, sent a letter on Tuesday to employees acknowledging that the company's initial response to a discrimination lawsuit filed in Tennessee was tone deaf and assured his team steps have already been taken to ensure a safe and welcoming work environment.
28 July - Smartphone shipments in China were down 11% in the second quarter, mainly due to a decline in Huawei's business in the aftermath of U.S. sanctions on the Chinese company, data from research firm International Data Corporation showed.
SEOUL, South Korea and South Korea exchanged messages in communication channels dormant for more than a year and agreed to improve ties which still leave any resumption of stalled negotiations to rid the North of its nuclear weapons a long way away.
As nearly two decades, only half of U.S. households donated to a charity, according to a study released Tuesday. The findings confirm a trend worrying experts: Donations to charitable causes are reaching record highs, but the giving is still done by a small and smaller slice of society.
SEOUL, July 28 - June 30 South Korea reported its highest-ever daily COVID - 19 cases for Tuesday, its highest never day increase, as the country struggles to control a fourth wave of outbreaks fanned by the more contagious Delta variant of coronavirus.
Washington, July 27 - Environmental groups on Tuesday criticized an expected bipartisan administration proposal to revise U.S. vehicle emissions that are set to be released as early as next week that they argue is not aggressive enough in curbing auto pollution.
The New York City home of former prime minister Eleanor Roosevelt has gone under contract. While the sale price of the final property has not been disclosed, it hit the market in March for $16 million and its historic listing price sat at $13.49 million.