The CEO and president of Dallas-based Texas Instruments resigned today because of what TI calls "violations of the company’s code of conduct.” Brian Crutcher had been in the job less than two months.
The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the fastest-growing segment of the workforce is people 75 and older. Shirley Martin is one of them. When we met her five years ago, she was a greeter at Walmart, making slightly more than minimum wage. Today, she's 77 and manages a group home for adults with disabilities in South Dallas. She's better off financially, but to stay that way, she works full time — and she has no plans to stop.
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