Sharon Osbourne says Carlos Watson lied when he claimed the Osbournes invested in Ozy Media after court fight – CNBC

Two years ago, Carlos Watson, co-founder and CEO of Ozy Media, told CNBC during a live television broadcast that heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne and his wife, music industry manager…

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Whole Foods’ co-founding CEO, John Mackey, to retire from the Amazon-owned grocer in 2022 – CNBC

John Mackey, CEO of Amazon-owned grocer Whole Foods, will retire next year and step down from his role, the company announced Thursday. Whole Foods' current COO, Jason Buechel, will become…

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Culver’s CurderBurger, a burger with a giant cheese curd on it, is here to change our lives – The Takeout

Photo: Culver’s Make no mistake: I love Culver’s. I will happily extoll its Midwestern sensibilities, from its ButterBurgers to its excellent fried fish sandwich. Hell, a New Yorker documented his…

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Amazon Agrees to Pay Back Wages to Two Employees Who Claimed They Were Illegally Fired for Organizing – Gizmodo

Photo: Sean Gallup / Staff (Getty Images) As part of a settlement agreement, Amazon will be compelled to pay an unspecified amount in back wages to two former workers who…

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Alphabet’s Waymo and GM’s Cruise get California DMV approval to run commercial driverless car services – CNBC

The California Department of Motor Vehicles approved autonomous vehicle deployment permits for GM-backed Cruise and Alphabet's Waymo on Thursday. It allows the companies to charge a fee and receive compensation…

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