Analysis | Exxon's Partial Net-Zero Target Is Surprisingly Useful
Exxon Mobil Corp. is going net-zero.
Well, not really.
The oil major announced Tuesday that it aims to have net-zero emissions from its operated assets by 2050, on a scope 1 and 2 basis.
Exxon Sets a 2050 Goal for Net Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions
The target does not account for the climate impact of its customers and suppliers, leaving the company lagging the commitments of some of its rivals.
Microsoft to buy game giant Activision Blizzard for $68B US | CBC News
Microsoft is buying the gaming company Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion, gaining access to blockbuster games like Call of Duty and Candy Crush.
'We've been forgotten': the British embassy security guard in Kabul
The crowds fighting to get into Kabul airport for evacuation dispersed months ago, but while the scramble to leave Taliban-controlled Afghanistan became less visible when the last foreign troops left in August 2021, it got no less desperate.
Iran nuclear talks deadlock risks dangerous vacuum
The countdown to the end of the six-month-long talks in Vienna on the future of the Iran nuclear deal has begun.
In vacillating coaching landscape, UCLA's Chip Kelly stays put with contract extension
Two days before it could have been off the hook for Chip Kelly's $9-million buyout, UCLA is latching on more firmly to its football coach.
Government 'may fail to restore nature' under national parks plan
The government has been warned it may be acting too slowly to meet its promise to restore nature by 2030 as it unveils a plan to protect national parks, which has been more than two years in the drafting.
COVID Test Startup Accused of Telling Every Single Person They Were Negative
A chain of Chicago-based COVID-19 testing site chain with the official-sounding name of the Center for COVID Control has reportedly told every single customer that they are negative for the coronavirus, according to local news publication Block Club Chicago.
Why are UK adults leaving their jobs?
Millions of workers have left their job over the last year due to lack of motivation and progression, being overworked - and rude bosses.
EU extends Russia sanctions over Ukraine peace deal failures
BRUSSELS - The European Union on Thursday prolonged economic sanctions against Russia for six months for failing to live up to its commitments to the peace agreement in Ukraine, amid concern that Moscow may be preparing to invade its former Soviet neighbor.