Jan. 12 (Reuters) – Below are the top stories from the New York Times business page. Reuters has not verified these articles and does not vouch for their accuracy.
– Twitter is considering selling usernames to generate new revenue as owner Elon Musk seeks to get the company back in business.
– US federal labor officials Wednesday rejected Amazon.com Inc’s attempt to overturn a union victory at a Staten Island warehouse, removing a major roadblock to contract negotiations between the union and the company.
– LVMH Chairman and CEO Bernard Arnault reorganizes the management of his luxury empire, appointing his daughter Delphine Arnault as CEO of Christian Dior and Pietro Beccari as Louis Vuitton’s new boss .
– Hanwha Corp’s solar company Hanwha Qcells said Wednesday it will spend $2.5 billion to build a large-scale manufacturing facility in the US state of Georgia.
— U.S. President Biden’s aide Wednesday discovered a new batch of classified documents in a second location related to him, in a second disclosure in three days. (Edited by Bangalore Newsroom)