Cerebral, an online mental health provider, faces growing scrutiny overs its prescribing practices, including a Justice Department investigation. Anna Werner has an exclusive interview with the company's CEO to address the concerns.
In our June 13 review of bitcoin futures we gave a sober outlook for prices including a price target: "In this daily Point and Figure chart of bitcoin, below, we can see the breakdown and a price target of $15,750." In this daily bar chart of the continuous bitcoin futures contract, below, we can see that prices topped out in October/November. The On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line has been weakening since late October as traders of bitcoin have been more aggressive with heavier trading volume on days when the cryptocurrency has closed lower.
- Business Insider
Mark Zuckerberg told Meta staff he's upping performance goals to get rid of employees who 'shouldn't be here,' report says
Mark Zuckerberg said he hoped more "aggressive goals" would cause some staff to leave, according to audio of a Meta company meeting heard by Reuters.
The mood has changed at the headquarters of Meta Platforms , parent of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, in Menlo Park, California. For months now, many economists have been anticipating a sharp downturn in the economy due to aggressive monetary policy by the Federal Reserve and central banks around the world to combat record price increases everywhere. The Russian war in Ukraine has further exacerbated the supply chain problems caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
As we see this increase in oil production get rubberstamped, we must remember that demand never moves in a straight line.
- LA Times
The One megamansion sold for just $141 million, leaving creditors in the lurch. Now, one lender has filed a lawsuit against the others that includes allegations of forgery and other wrongdoing.
Ricky Martin's former talent manager claims in new lawsuit that she 'saved' his career from a 'devastating' scandal and that he's failed to pay her more than $3 million in commissions
Rebecca Drucker alleges in the lawsuit that she helped Martin get a lawyer who stopped the scandal from seeing "the light of day."
- The Star Press
Northedge Steel has bought the former All Steel Carports facility along Ind. 332. Northedge plans to employ 40 at the local facility.
- Rock Hill Herald
The general contractor, York County and City of Rock Hill are against a proposal that would allow the real estate company created by Panthers owner David Tepper to use other Tepper companies to finance bankruptcy.
(Reuters) -Facebook-owner Meta Platforms Inc has cut plans to hire engineers by at least 30% this year, CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees on Thursday, as he warned them to brace for a deep economic downturn. "If I had to bet, I'd say that this might be one of the worst downturns that we've seen in recent history," Zuckerberg told workers in a weekly employee Q&A session, audio of which was heard by Reuters. Meta has reduced its target for hiring engineers in 2022 to around 6,000-7,000, down from an initial plan to hire about 10,000 new engineers, Zuckerberg said.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
This is the second lawsuit to be filed in federal court against the company after Jif peanut butter products were recalled earlier this year.
Three major German carmakers have separately made announcements this month that underscore just how important China is to their electric vehicle ambitions. Mercedes-Benz has just kicked off production of its all-electric EQE model at its factory in Beijing. Days after that, Audi broke ground on a new manufacturing plant in the northeastern city of Changchun.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday turned away Alaska Airlines Inc's challenge to being bound by the employment laws of states where their workers are based, the central issue in its legal battle with California-based flight attendants. The justices declined to hear an appeal by Alaska Airlines of a lower court's ruling that Virgin America, which it acquired in 2018, had to give these flight attendants meal and rest breaks required by California law. Industry groups have said the lower court's decision will lead to canceled flights and higher ticket prices.
- American News
The group is questioning the constitutionality of a state law that allows the company to survey property without the landowners' consent.
- The Telegraph
A surge of older workers taking early retirement is fuelling inflation and limiting the size of the economy, the Treasury’s top economics mandarin has warned.
Your retirement benefit amount depends on how much you've earned over your lifetime at jobs for which you paid Social Security taxes -- and the age at which you claim. You can claim Social Security...
Kim Kardashian has found herself in a new lawsuit filed by a small, Black woman business owner.
- Motley Fool
Below, we'll look at three different ideas you can use either alone or in tandem to help give you a bigger Social Security check each month. The amount of your Social Security benefit 3depends on your primary insurance amount, which in turn is driven by your earnings history. Specifically, Social Security looks at the 35 years in which you earned the most on an inflation-adjusted basis, and it then takes your work history to determine your average indexed monthly earnings.
- The Takeout
The annual Top 500 Report from Nation’s Restaurant News is always such a wealth of fast food industry insight, it should come with a digital bow on top. Each year, NRN tracks the sales performance of America’s biggest restaurant chains and compares them against previous years, the charting of which paints a portrait of America’s shifting tastes across the decade. This year’s report, looking back at 2021 data, shows that fast food had a healthy rebound over a shaky 2020, with every chain growing
There followed an avalanche of accusations across the political spectrum. Democrats, including President Joe Biden, blamed oil companies for gouging consumers in order to boost their own profits. Republicans countered that the high prices were due to Biden’s mismanagement and energy policies that discourage domestic oil production.
As the CalSavers program enters its final implementation phase, tens of thousands of companies have begun offering retirement plans.