Zurich Insurance Group Chairman Resigns, Automobile Use Stalls in the US, Fast Food Wage Protests

Walmart’s move to offer benefits to employees’ same-sex partners puts the pressure on other companies to follow suit.

Josef Ackermann has unexpectedly resigned as chairman of Zurich Insurance Group, after the suicide of the company’s chief financial officer.

Another round of national fast-food wage protests kick off in New York.

Automobile use is stalling in the U.S., while the share of people in their teens, 20s, and 30s with driver’s licenses has been steadily dropping.

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