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All That Recession Talk Is Looking More and More Like CEO Fear-Mongering

The CEOs were subdued when announcing the headline-grabbing layoffs in recent weeks. They blamed, mostly, one thing: an impending economic downturn.

How a YouTube Strike Could Set a Big Precedent For Workers’ Rights

Several teams of subcontracted YouTube workers went on strike on Friday, to protest a return-to-office policy that they say is an attempt by YouTube’s parent company, Alphabet, to bust their union. The case could have implications that reverberate across Silicon Valley.

Apple Suffers First Quarterly Sales Decline Since 2019

Apple on Thursday posted its first quarterly revenue drop in nearly four years after pandemic-driven restrictions on its China factories curtailed sales of the latest iPhone during the holiday season.

You’ve Got Money Questions. Let TIME Help With the Answers

How can my family prepare for a recession? Why am I spending so much money on eggs? What does that new student loan plan mean for my debt? How do rising interest rates actually affect me?

Why Hong Kong Is Giving Away Half a Million Airline Tickets

Hong Kong will hand out 500,000 air tickets to bring in much-needed visitors as part of a global publicity campaign unveiled on Thursday.

Big Year for Big Oil as Shell Posts Record Profits While World Struggles With Rising Fuel Prices

Shell Plc posted a fourth-quarter profit that was well ahead of expectations as its natural gas business thrived, lifting the oil major to a record performance in 2022 fueled by soaring energy prices.