The county denies any wrongdoing as it responds to this just-filed federal lawsuit.
Ex-gas station manager is trying to keep GoFundMe money for 'living expenses' since company that fired him over mistake doesn't want it
John Szczecina raised over $24,000 on GoFundMe. Those who donated to the cause to pay back his former employer can still request a refund.
People Are Sharing 'Motivational' Things Their Jobs Tried That Totally Backfired, And Now I Understand The Great Resignation
"My boss told everyone that we'd all need to make sacrifices and that he himself had to sell one of his houses."View Entire Post ›
- The Telegraph
Employers across the country are preparing to slash pay for home workers as part of radical plans that could ignite a widespread backlash among staff.
(Reuters) -A U.S. appeals court on Thursday threw out a more than $2.75 billion award against Cisco Systems Inc, saying the trial judge should have disqualified himself after learning that his wife owned Cisco stock. The 3-0 decision by the U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals was also a defeat for Centripetal Networks Inc, a Virginia company that had sued Cisco for damages and royalties for allegedly copying five cybersecurity patents. The trial judge, U.S. District Judge Henry Morgan in Norfolk, Virginia, found Cisco liable for patent infringement in October 2020, two months after learning that his wife owned 100 Cisco shares worth $4,688.
A U.S. judge on Friday refused to dismiss a $6.4 billion lawsuit accusing Bristol Myers Squibb Co of delaying its Breyanzi cancer drug to avoid payments to shareholders of the former Celgene Corp, which the drugmaker bought for $80.3 billion in 2019. U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman in Manhattan rejected Bristol Myers' claim that it was never properly notified about its alleged default on its merger obligations by UMB Bank NA, the trustee representing the former Celgene shareholders. Bristol Myers and its lawyers did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The lawsuit comes after nonprofit Mercy for Animals depicted one of Costco's contracted barn's treatment of their chickens in a video posted last February
- Business Insider
Warren Buffett will likely acquire Occidental Petroleum once its credit situation improves after already plowing nearly $20 billion into the company, Truist says
Buffett built a massive stake in Occidental Petroleum over the past three years, having first purchased $10 billion worth of preferred stock in 2019.
(Bloomberg) -- The prolonged slump in Bitcoin is making it more difficult for some miners to repay the up to $4 billion in loans they have backed by their equipment, posing a potential risk to major crypto lenders.Most Read from BloombergSupreme Court Overturns Roe, Transforming Abortion-Rights FightProtest Latest: NY, DC Marches Grow as Justice’s Home TargetedJustice Kavanaugh Says States May Not Bar Travel to Obtain an AbortionStocks Roar Back With Best Week in a Month: Markets WrapEnding Roe
"You Hear Everything When They Assume You're Straight": People Are Opening Up About Coming Out At Work, And We Still Have A Long Way To Go
"It makes such a difference to have allies on your team — and every good ally is a blessing."View Entire Post ›
- Business Insider
The high-flying energy sector is suffering one of its worst streak of losses in 40 years as oil prices pull back
The S&P 500 Energy Sector has lost about 24% over the past two weeks but is still the only group with gains on the S&P 500 index so far this year.
‘The whole market is in danger of collapsing’: Germany warns of a ‘Lehman moment’ if Russia cuts off natural gas to Europe
Russia’s fiddling with gas flows to Europe could create an economic spillover effect, warns Germany’s top economy minister.
- American City Business Journals
After months of limited results in hiring for second-shift positions at its Waukesha plant, Husco International executives leaped at the opportunity to recruit refugees from Afghanistan — and the manufacturer has filled many of its openings.
- NBC News
A group of Houston doctors allege that American Physician Partners officials pressed them to work while ill, even if they had Covid and could spread it to patients.
- Motley Fool
A world of high inflation, poor stock returns, and a dwindling Social Security reserve can be unnerving to retirees.
‘There’s always a bull market somewhere’: Jim Cramer’s famous words suggest you can make money no matter what. Here are 2 powerful tailwinds to take advantage of today
It's always time to get rich — even in times of chaos.
- The Post-Crescent
Appleton Starbucks becomes the third in Wisconsin to successfully unionize after frustration with working conditions
The win comes just two months after employees at the Northland Avenue Starbucks petitioned for a union representation election.
A bill is headed for consideration by the full Senate that would move the age at which you have to start drawing down your retirement plan savings to 75. The House of Representatives passed a similar measure, so sponsors are … Continue reading → The post You're One Step Closer to Being Able to Delay Your RMDs in Retirement appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
- Business Insider
McDonald's is revamping its system of recruiting franchisees to bring in more diverse candidates, report says
Franchisees will now have to be subject to a more stringent review every 20 years to ensure their suitability, the Wall Street Journal reported.
- Good Housekeeping
We contacted tampon brands to learn what's behind the tampon shortage and how long it will last, and we've put together period product alternatives.
- The State
The lawsuit follows a prior legal case over who would get an Aiken woman’s $8 million estate.