The D.C. Attorney General's office is suing the Washington Commanders claiming the franchise defrauded consumers, now the Commanders and the NFL are taking the AG's office to court over where the legal battle should continue. FOX 5's Katie Barlow breaks it down.
Married father of 7 claims he was fired from Google after rejecting advances of high-ranking female colleague
Ryan Olohan was told there were "obviously too many white guys" on his management team.
A Massachusetts auto dealership has agreed to pay $350,000 to resolve allegations that it charged Black and Hispanic customers more than white customers for certain add-on products.
A former Google executive has sued the tech giant over claims that he was fired after allegedly being groped by a high-ranking female colleague at a company dinner. Ryan Olohan, a 48-year-old married father of seven from New Jersey, accused Google of firing him after he refused top executive Tiffany Miller’s alleged advances at a New York City restaurant in December 2019. The lawsuit, which seeks unspecified damages, has named both Google and Miller as defendants, accusing them of discrimination, retaliation and fostering a hostile work environment.
The California Democrat hit back after the Texas Republican seemed to imply that gun laws don't work.
- American City Business Journals
OA Logistics, a supply chain and storage company, will layoff 345 workers when it permanently closes two facilities 10 miles northwest of Savannah. The facilities, located at 550 Northport Parkway and 311 International Trade Parkway, will officially shut down on March 18, according to a notice sent to the Georgia Department of Labor through the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act.
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The cloud software company Workday plans to cut hundreds of jobs as it lays off about 3 percent of its global workforce. The company told employees in a message on Tuesday that it decided to restructure and realign some teams across the company, leading to the layoffs, the majority of which will be those working…
NetApp announced a round of layoffs on Tuesday, joining other tech companies across the globe that are working to reduce costs. The data-sharing software company announced in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday that it expects to reduce its worldwide headcount by about 8%. NetApp (ticker: NTAP) previously said in a separate filing that it employed about 12,000 people.
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The term "quiet quitting" went viral last year, describing people who stay in their jobs but mentally take a step back -- for example, working the bare minimum and not making their job the center of their lives. Now in 2023, there is a new workplace trend on the horizon, called "quiet hiring." The term -- a way to obtain new talent without hiring new employees -- was declared one of the nine workplace trends of the year by Gartner, a technological research and consulting firm.
- American City Business Journals
Until a couple of weeks ago, ABM Texas General Services Inc. had the contract to handle janitorial and maintenance services at Tesla's gigafactory east of Austin. Soon, 255 ABM employees will be laid off — but a new contractor may sweep up many of the laid-off workers.
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New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) plans to seek court sanctions against former President Trump in her civil fraud lawsuit, her office told a state judge on Tuesday. James’s office said formal answers to her $250 million lawsuit filed by Trump, his three oldest children and the family’s businesses last week were “deficient in…
Manu Jain, the executive who helped Xiaomi set up and scale business in India, has left the company, he said Monday, joining a long list of high-profile departures at the local unit that is increasingly losing market share to rivals, including Samsung. Jain, who led the India business for seven years and also held the global VP role, did not say why he was leaving the firm, but he has been pitching investors ideas for an EV startup for several months, people familiar with the matter said. Jain had been telling many industry figures for several quarters about his plans to leave the venture, according to many of the people with whom he has spoken.
- FX Empire
Natural gas markets have managed to fall again during the trading session on Monday, as it looks like we are seemingly without any buyers at this point.
Google layoffs: Worker on maternity leave says she found out she’d been sacked while feeding her newborn at 4:30 a.m.
Google parent company Alphabet recently announced it would be laying off around 12,000 people.
Do COVID tests expire? Some home test kits are still good even after their expiration date — here’s what you need to know
Biden is ending the U.S. COVID emergency declaration, which means Americans may no longer get free tests. Here's how to know if your home tests are still good.
Adani and his companies are facing accusations of fraud from a New York short-seller, threatening the group's shares and his fortune.
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The two emergency medical technicians and driver were initially called to provide medical aid for Nichols being pepper sprayed.
While the pandemic accelerated both discussions and movement of businesses, talk of how California's high tax rates and liberal leadership has made it "impossible" to do business in the state is anything but new. In 1933, one state official wrote that "if we set up a tax on one of their supercolossal $7,000,000 productions, [the movie industry] would no doubt transfer their operations to" Florida. Similar fears of a business exodus to Nevada pushed local legislators to give a property tax break to equipment manufacturers in the 1960s.
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Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) just released a new tool for small businesses, and it could be a gateway to billions in ad revenue. The new Apple Business Connect suite is a set of tools that allows small businesses to update how their location place cards look across Apple apps like Maps, Messages, and Wallet. Apple is giving small businesses a lot of free tools to win them over.
Tesla and Ford's EV price cuts make no sense, but Elon Musk has the edge over his rivals due to scale, Bank of America says
The strategists pointed out that electric-vehicle demand is greater than supply, making for odd timing for such dramatic price cuts.
‘One of the worst money mistakes': This Harvard-schooled economist says you'll 'regret' retiring early — here are 3 big problems with leaving the workforce in your 50s
Early retirement is a dream for many — that can turn into a nightmare.