VIEW | Elon Musk hates WFH, Zoom meeting went wrong and why a US court ruled that bees are fish
The conflict between Russia and Ukraine lasted 100 days.
Elon Musk was in the thick of it because of his views on remote working.
A clip of a boy trapped in a cage on a pushcart has caused a stir.
Business Insider brings you a video report of some of the stories that made headlines this week.
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From the 100-day war in Ukraine, to why Elon Must hates working from home, to how a US court ruled that bees might be classified as a type of fish, Business Insider brings you a video report of stories that caught our attention this week.
Russian President Vladimir Putin fired five military chiefs this week amid Moscow’s stumbling invasion of Ukraine. Here’s how things stand after 100 days of Russian war on Ukraine.
But despite the intensification of sanctions, Russia could still pull in $800 million a day this year from oil and gas revenues amid rising energy prices.
South Africans became somewhat obsessed with monkeypox in the latter part of May, search data shows, and found it more interesting than Covid-19. The World Health Organization has rated monkeypox as a moderate risk, and the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) has yet to see any cause for concern about what it described as a “self-limiting” disease.
A clip of a boy locked in a cage on a metal pushcart was circulated on China’s Twitter-like Weibo. His mother said she locked him in the cart for eight hours a day while she worked because she couldn’t afford childcare.
The US has seen a devastating wave of mass shootings in recent weeks. US President Joe Biden said America can’t help but ‘act’ on gun control – “This time we really need to do something,” he said earlier this week.
Not a fan of remote work, Elon Musk says working from home during the pandemic has ‘cheated’ people into thinking they don’t have to work hard…
…he apparently issued an ultimatum to Tesla executives, urging workers to come to the office and stop “calling” or stopping.
A trio of judges in the US have ruled that bees can legally be classified as a type of fish as part of a ruling that offers additional protection to the endangered species. Here’s how a dramatic decline in bee populations threatens global food production.