Activision Blizzard is facing growing pressure from employees and stockholders to address wage disparities at the company. CEO Bobby Kotick pulled in $40 million in compensation last year, while Blizzard employees such as testers and customer service representatives report struggling to meet basic needs, according to Bloomberg.
In the company’s Q2 2020 financial report, CEO Bobby Kotick said, “Our record engagement resulted in greater revenue and earnings per share than previously forecast.”
Victoria’s coronavirus cases drop dramatically as seven deaths reported – Yahoo News Australia
The state confirmed 21 new infections and seven deaths on Saturday –significantly lower than those seen on Friday.
Victoria has recorded its lowest number of new coronavirus cases since June.
The state confirmed 21 new infections and seven deaths on Saturday significantly lower than those seen on Friday, which saw numbers jump to 45 and five deaths recorded.
The news come as Melbourne tackles a suburban cluster and braces for anti-lockdown protests.
Saturday’s figures take the state’s coronavirus death toll to 757 and the national count to 844.
Metropolitan Melbourne has a 14-day new case average of 39.3…
Just 51% of Americans would get coronavirus vaccine right now – Fox News
Americans are divided on the forthcoming coronavirus vaccine as just 51% say they would get vaccinated for the disease if a vaccine was available today, accordi…
Americans are divided on the forthcoming coronavirus vaccine as just 51% say they would get vaccinated for the disease if a vaccine was available today, according to a Pew Research Center poll.
That’s a 21% drop from May, when 72% of Americans said they would definitely or probably get a vaccine.
The percentage who say they would definitely get a vaccine has been cut in half to just 21%.
Most of the concern stems from worries that the vaccine may not be safe, as 77% of Americans think it will…
Whataburger employee shocks customer by flipping over order, but has a good excuse – Fox News
The TikTok video has nearly 3 million views since it was posted earlier this month.
Old habits die hard.
A former Dairy Queen employee has gone viral on TikTok for forgetting where she was working while she was serving a customer their drink earlier this month.
DAIRY QUEEN GETS TROLLED BY TIKTOK USER WITH TRAVIS SCOTT MUSIC
The woman, who appears to be working at a Whataburger, judging by her uniform, is filmed walking toward the car holding a large soda. Once she approaches the car, she reportedly instinctually flips it upside down.
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