Five years after the #MeToo movement began, progress across most industries has come in fits and starts. This is particularly true on Wall Street, where a culture of secrecy continues to keep claims out of the spotlight.
From a shocking FIFA docuseries and a heartwarming documentary about the Mars rover to a great Chadwick Boseman performance and a quirky sci-fi movie, this week has everything for your streaming pleasure.
After she wasn’t invited to the 2016 Met Gala, Rep. Carolyn Maloney made calls to Met executives expressing her dissatisfaction. She now may be faced with an investigation from the House Ethics Committee.
The media’s love-hate relationship with Twitter has been front and center since Elon Musk took over the social media giant. But despite the flurry of alternatives like Mastodon, the path beyond Twitter is far from clear.
Bob Iger replaced Bob Chapek as CEO of Disney after less than two years in the role. Iger first move will likely be creating a plan for Disney’s streaming services, which incudes what the future of their content will look like.
Bob Iger, who served as the Walt Disney Company’s CEO for 15 years, is replacing Bob Chapek, who took the position in 2020. The announcement came as a surprise since earlier this year, Disney’s board voted unanimously to extend Chapek’s contract.
Top-ranked law schools across the country including Yale and Harvard will no longer participate in US News’s rankings, as deans criticize the ranking’s methodology and express decades-long frustration.
JPMorgan will offer 16 weeks of parental leave to its employees, regardless of whether they are the primary caregiver. The bank is catching up to other peers that have expanded their leave policies to both parents in recent years.