The rosy sheen that White House officials have tried to express about the economic impact of coronavirus has now collided with reality: The virus is spreading, the death toll is rising, and the outbreak is wreaking havoc on global supply chains.
The agency has temporarily frozen hiring and overtime so it can afford across-the-board cost-of-living raises for employees, a move that leaders of the employee union said could lead to long airport waits during spring break.
Iger will be replaced by Bob Chapek, a 27-year veteran of Disney who served as president of consumer products before running theme parks. Chapek will take over as just the seventh chief executive in Disney’s history.
For Americans descended from enslaved Africans, the roots of their ancestry are often a mystery, and “Where did I come from?” is a uniquely difficult question to answer. Some are trying to change that.