Disney’s Pixar Lays Off 14% of Workforce in an Attempt to Restructure

Pixar Animation Studios has announced historic layoffs, impacting approximately 14% of its workforce – around 175 employees. This move comes as parent company Walt Disney focuses on quality theatrical releases and refocuses efforts from Disney+ feature films. However, consumers wonder if the workforce cuts mark the beginning of the end for streaming. The long-awaited job…

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Fox News Questions Donald Trump’s Wildwood, N.J. Rally Size: State Rep. Claims its Largest in State’s History

Fox News host Jesse Watters recently questioned the accuracy of claims regarding the attendance at Donald Trump’s rally in New Jersey. On a segment of “The Five,” Watters challenged the reported crowd size that had gathered to hear Trump speak. This discussion comes at a time when Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for the 2024…

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From Criticism to Escalation: Biden’s U-Turn on China Tariffs

President Joe Biden once criticized Donald Trump’s tariffs on Chinese imports, claiming American consumers were paying them. However, his administration has now announced new tariffs on $18 billion worth of goods from China, marking a significant shift in policy. In 2019, Biden accused Trump of not understanding the basics of economics and suggested that Americans…

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New Bill Limits Cell Phone Usage in School, More Public Schools Sure to Follow

Worcester, Massachusetts, is considering a new cellphone policy in its schools that would limit electronic device usage. Under the new legislation, electronics would only be allowed to be used during specific times and for educational purposes. Meanwhile, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is expected to sign legislation requiring all public schools in the state to establish…

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Walmart Announces Layoffs and Relocates Hundreds of Corporate Remote Workers

In a memo sent to employees on Tuesday, Walmart announced it is laying off hundreds of corporate workers and asking most remote employees to return to offices, primarily at its headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas. The company stated publicly that these changes are aimed at promoting collaboration and strengthening its culture. Walmart, the nation’s largest private…

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Newsom Dodges Questions About Blowing California’s $24B Spending on Homelessness

California’s Governor Gavin Newsom was probed about spending the entirety of the Golden State’s $24 spending budget to manage homelessness in a recent press conference. Newsom has been under fire for poor budget management as California reaches soaring state deficits. In the press conference held on Friday, May 10, he asserted that California’s state deficit…

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