Jan. 10 (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.
– On Monday night, Britain’s attempt to get into the space launch business fell through. Virgin Orbit said the rocket had suffered an anomaly that prevented it from reaching orbit.
– Effective March 1, The Walt Disney Company will require employees to be in the office four days a week. This is a relatively strict policy for large companies.
– Rudolph W. Giuliani, the attorney who oversaw former President Donald J. Trump’s legal challenge to the 2020 election, received a grand jury subpoena for records related to Trump’s representatives.
The White House said Monday that a lawyer for U.S. President Joe Biden found “a handful” of classified documents in his former office at a Washington think tank last fall.
– French dairy giant Danone is being sued by three environmental groups alleging it failed to reduce its plastic emissions sufficiently. (Edited by Bangalore Newsroom)