Here’s the latest for Monday, June 13: Barr says Trump was “detached from reality”; Justice Department watching Jan. 6 hearings; New York expands abortion protections; more wildfires in the West.
- Kansas City Star
One of the lawsuits says Robert Brogden’s Olathe dealership altered contracts after customers left, adding extended service contracts and gap policies without the customers’ consent.
- Business Insider
The securities regulator also said "hundreds" more EY staff cheated on professional courses and exams between 2017 and 2021.
- Fresno Bee
Commentary by three Fresno business people.
- Courier News
A state appellate court upheld $20,000 in fines given to Delaware River Tubing (DR Tubing) for unauthorized commercial activity in a state park.
(Bloomberg) -- Russia’s reliance on foreign software to run its factories, farms and oil fields is turning into one of the biggest headaches for domestic industry as more IT providers pull out of the market in response to President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Most Read from BloombergRussia Slips Into Historic Default as Sanctions Muddy Next StepsMichael Burry of ‘The Big Short’ Fame Warns Fed May Alter CourseAnti-Abortion Centers Find Pregnant Teens Online, Then Save Their DataA $2 Tri
Office workers in San Francisco, Manhattan and Chicago are not returning to the office in significant numbers, research shows
Companies are trying to bring back employees into the office. According to a new report by Placer.ai, visits to office buildings have yet to catch up to pre-pandemic levels in such major employment centers as San Francisco, Manhattan and Chicago. In May 2022, visits to office buildings in San Francisco were down by 67.8% as compared to three years ago, before the pandemic shuttered most of the country.
- Car and Driver
Ford sought online submissions to name its new Mustang Black Accent Package, and a trademark filing may reveal the winner.
Costco was one of the companies at the forefront of raising their minimum wage to $15 (it's now $16), but the pay is only one of the job perks that come along with working at the warehouse club. Small...
(Reuters) -U.S. shale oil producers are returning to existing wells and giving them a second, high-pressure blast to lift output for a fraction of the cost of a finishing a new well. These "re-fracs" are taking hold as shale oil producers look to take advantage of $100 a barrel crude without making big investments in new wells and fields. A global oil shortage has triggered calls from U.S. President Joe Biden for shale producers to spend more of their profits on increasing output.
'There is no more retirement': Retirees are heading back to work amid soaring inflation — here's what you need to know
Not everyone can afford to live on fixed incomes as prices rise.
- Travel Noire
Southwest Airlines pilots have had enough.
- Motley Fool
Among the high-profile stocks splitting their shares in 2022, these three offer the most attractive long-term growth prospects.
- Yahoo Finance
The momentum of Chinese fast-fashion retailer SHEIN is creating another headwind for U.S. specialty retailers.
- The Daily Beast
Artur Widak/NurPhoto via GettyA California man sexually assaulted a young girl while her mother sat nearby during an overnight flight from Los Angeles to Orlando, then groped a woman who came to the child’s aid, prosecutors say—but the 51-year-old suspect claims the Ambien made him do it.Brian Patrick Durning was arrested Friday by federal agents who met Delta Air Lines flight 2954 at Orlando International Airport after it landed at 7:32 a.m., according to a criminal complaint first obtained by
- The Hill
Story at a glance A new lawsuit filed this month argues Florida’s “Stop WOKE Act” violates the First and 14th Amendment rights of state residents. Under the measure, workplaces and schools are prohibited from requiring training or instruction that may make some people feel they bear “personal responsibility” for historic wrongdoings because of their race,…
- Rock Hill Herald
Court documents filed early this week say the real estate company created by the Panthers owner David Tepper is “soliciting pitches” about the value of the unfinished Rock Hill site.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Lt. Melissa McFadden, who won a federal civil lawsuit earlier this month, is asking for a new trial for damages, saying the $2 jury award was unfair.
- The Tennessean
Change Healthcare/Chamberlin Edmonds, HealthTrust and MAPCO Express are newcomers to Middle Tennessee's list of Top Large Workplaces
People retire early for any number of reasons, ranging from growing tired of the grind to building up enough wealth that they no longer need a paycheck to live comfortably. One reason that hasn't...
- South China Morning Post
China questions the safety of open source code amid sanctions and tech dependency risks, but can it build a viable alternative?
Debate about whether China can rely on open source codes, particularly those that originate in the West, has been growing in the country amid rising geopolitical and technology tensions, fanned by Russia's invasion of Ukraine in late February. One view gaining traction in China, the world's second-biggest economy and a major consumer of open-source technologies, is that it must become more independent from the global open source community and bolster its indigenous ecosystem to avoid being expos