The Supreme Court has stopped a major push requiring employees at large businesses to get vaccinated or test regularly. While the mandate has been halted, Helix Virtual Medicine says it still has high demand from businesses that choose to test (Jan. 14)
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The move could provide a boost for the growing number of women who own micro, small and medium businesses across India.
People Are Sharing Famous Companies That Went Bankrupt Over Bad Decisions, And Now I Finally Know What Happened To RadioShack
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Tencent Holdings, China's biggest social media and video games company, on Tuesday said it fired nearly 70 staff over bribery and embezzlement incidents last year and named 13 companies it had blacklisted from future contracts. Tencent said in a social media post that it had also reported more than 10 people to authorities over their actions. Tencent started its anti-graft campaign in 2019 and has been regularly reporting the results of its probes.
MGM will soon allow non-gamers to take advantage of its popular rewards program.
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Workers at a Wisconsin hospital sought new jobs with higher pay — then the hospital sued to stop them from leaving
Seven healthcare workers at ThedaCare in Wisconsin applied for new jobs at another hospital in the pursuit of higher pay and better work-life balance.
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Rapper sued the blogger for defamation, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress over false claims she had herpes, used cocaine, and worked as a prostitute
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A lawsuit in Collier County alleges that a property management company has taken millions of dollars from dozens of condo associations in Naples
The price of oil is at a seven-year high, above $88 dollars per barrel. Demand is rising and may surpass pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2022, the International Energy Agency forecast last week, as the global economy seems not to have been stalled by omicron. At the beginning of the pandemic, when travel seized up and oil demand evaporated, the price of oil crashed below zero for the first time.
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Wyoming’s first Black sheriff last year fired a white deputy who is accused of tormenting a Black subordinate for years with racist name-calling that led him to quit, a new federal lawsuit reveals. Albany County Patrol Sgt. Christian Handley once drove past and yelled a profanity and the N-word at Cpl. Jamin Johnson while Johnson and his wife and children were walking out of their home, according to one example of racism alleged in the discrimination lawsuit filed last week.
Rep. Marie Newman of Illinois may have bribed a primary opponent to stay out of the race in exchange for a job in her office, House ethics body unanimously finds
The Illinois progressive's case now goes to the House Ethics Committee, where it will be further reviewed by her peers.
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Dustin Bates suffered three fractured ribs, a broken right leg and a fractured spine when a Lake Worth officer hit him with an SUV in November 2020, according to a federal lawsuit.
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Your résumé is your first chance to impress an employer. Minor mistakes, like overuse of uppercase letters, could mean falling at the first hurdle.
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For big automakers, there just might be an end in sight to the global chip shortage. Hyundai Motor said Tuesday (January 25) that it expects vehicle output to rebound in the first half. It's betting that the chip shortage will start easing during the period. Last year the problem left the firm selling less than its target of four million vehicles. On Tuesday it posted a nearly 50% drop in profit for the quarter ended in December. That was much worse than analysts expected, with major corporate tax bills partly behind the downturn. But the South Korean giant is bullish on the year ahead. It predicts sales in North America - its biggest market - will jump by around a fifth. Toyota may be feeling more buoyant too. Reports Tuesday say it's aiming for record output this year. Japan's Nikkei newspaper says it's targeting 11 million cars in fiscal '22. Hitting that target would imply a stable supply of chips over the year.
Businesses like McDonald’s and Starbucks are cutting store hours because of the labor shortage and Omicron surge
An ongoing labor shortage, compounded by a relentless Omicron surge, is driving businesses to cut their operating hours.
Even if you've never heard of a company called Plaid, they may owe you part of a multi-million dollar lawsuit settlement.
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