The oil giant is struggling as the industry shifts and investors look elsewhere for profits. CEO Darren Woods’s plan to make a comeback by spending more on fossil-fuel projects has so far proved unpopular.
In an emergency installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew breaks down what is new and notable in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Friday indictment of 12 Russian intelligence ... Read more
Major hurricanes can cause mass casualties and catastrophic damage, and yet people never seem to be as prepared as they could be. Wharton's Robert Meyer explains why -- and what can be done about it. Read more
Summer Fridays just aren’t as relaxing as they used to be. This afternoon, special counsel Robert Mueller released indictments of 12 Russian intelligence officers alleging that they conspired to hack ... Read more
Temple University ousted Moshe Porat, the dean of its business school, this week after determining his staff reported inflated student grades for a U.S. News & World Report ranking of online M.B.A. pr ... Read more
At a surprise news conference on Friday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced that the Justice Department would be charging 12 Russian intelligence officers with a wide range of offenses, ... Read more
Following the recent U.S. ICE controversy involving the separation of children from their families, some firms are distancing themselves from the agency. Two experts discuss why companies are escalati ... Read more