Marty Lancton was fired back in January, but an arbitrator said the city was wrong to do it. He is also due back pay.
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Elon Musk speaks out about Tesla's $1.5 million payment to settle a battery-charging lawsuit, saying 'if we are wrong, we are wrong. In this case, we were.'
Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Friday said the EV maker had been wrong to lower the maximum charging capacity for some vehicles in a 2019 software update.
This could set a legal precedent which affects many…
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Amazon delivery companies are telling their drivers to ignore jammed doors, damaged seatbelts, and broken mirrors, CNBC reports
Amazon's delivery service partners are telling their drivers not to skip vehicle safety inspections so they don't lose out on deliveries.
Gerard Butler filed a lawsuit on Friday alleging he is owed at least $10 million in backend compensation for the 2013 action film “Olympus Has Fallen.” Butler sued Nu Image/Millennium Films, claiming that the producer had understated domestic and foreign receipts by tens of millions of dollars and had failed to report $8 million that […]
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The book explains how powerful individuals in the small town of Oskaloosa carried out an injustice against Floyd Bledsoe.
Every October, the Social Security Administration (SSA) announces its annual changes to the Social Security program for the coming year. Below is our analysis of the Social Security changes that were announced in Oct. 2020 to take effect on Jan. 1, 2021, according to the SSA's annual fact sheet. Keep them in mind when you update your Social Security information. For 2021, nearly 70 million Social Security recipients are seeing a 1.3% cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) to their monthly benefits. The adjustment helps benefits keep pace with inflation and is based on the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W) as calculated by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
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A company that owns 40 Burger Kings had to pay $459,000 to workers after it denied them sick leave, in Chicago's largest-ever labor-law fine
In Chicago, companies must give an hour of paid sick leave for every 40 hours worked. Tri City Foods failed to do this for 2,473 staff, the city said.
PARIS (Reuters) -A rift between Airbus and engine makers over plans for higher jet output blotted strong aerospace earnings this week, with worries over the supply chain's industrial capacity masking a deeper tug of war over contrasting business strategies. With travel demand snapping back in key U.S. and Chinese markets, Airbus wants to almost double jet production in a few years as it capitalises on a bulging order book for new jets and the recent woes of embattled U.S. rival Boeing. In May, it issued a mix of firm targets and scenarios that could lift narrowbody output to 75 jets a month by 2025 from 40 now, and 60 before the COVID pandemic.
Baby boomers are hustling harder than millennials, but if you want to make the most of your hustle then you need to know which side jobs offer the most money.
Should you FIRE the 4% spending rule in retirement? My play on words refers to the “Financial Independence, Retire Early” movement, as it applies to the standard retirement spending rule that many financial planners have traditionally recommended. New research has analyzed whether changes need to be made to that rule if you’re planning for a 50-year retirement—which is the avowed goal of some followers of the FIRE movement.
Prior to his current legal controversies, Erika Girardi's ex Tom famously won the 1993 legal case that inspired the Erin Brokovich movie, starring Julia Roberts
Frances Fisher’s Application To File Suit Against SAG-AFTRA Over Health Plan Changes Rejected By Judge, But Case Could Still Go Forward
A federal judge has denied actress Frances Fisher’s verified application to file a breach of fiduciary duty complaint against SAG-AFTRA over the raising of eligibility requirements for coverage under the SAG-AFTRA Health Plan. U.S. District Court Judge Christina Snyder dismissed Fisher’s application Friday without prejudice, however, meaning that she can refile a modified version of […]
Three additional states have implemented 30-day waivers of the federal hours-of-service rules, citing tight supplies of drivers as a reason. The steps by Minnesota, Wyoming, and Iowa to declare a state of emergency as the basis for the waiver follow a recent decision by South Dakota to also implement a 30-day HOS waiver, with that state citing driver availability as well. Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz signed the order Wednesday supported by much of the state's agricultural industry. Federal law allows
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Gerard Butler is suing the producers of his 2013 hit "Olympus Has Fallen," claiming he is owed at least $10 million.
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This morning, we reported that Starbucks is pushing higher-end beverages (like iced and blended coffee drinks) to make up for increasing supply and labor costs. Today, we’ve got a bit more info on the phenomenon: it seems that Starbucks is successfully selling way, way more cold drinks than hot coffee. Coincidence? We think not.
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Scarlett Johansson's agent accuses Disney of trying to 'weaponize her success as an artist' by revealing her salary
Johansson sued Disney on Thursday, claiming the release of Marvel's "Black Widow" on Disney's streaming service violated her contract.
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Industry reactions to 'Black Widow' lawsuit
The ongoing lawsuit against Activision Blizzard has made public some truly terrible and horrendous behavior that occurred across multiple studios and offices. Many women were allegedly sexually harassed, assaulted, and psychologically traumatized while the folks in power at the companies involved seemingly did little to stop or limit this behavior.
In your 20s, as you start your career and make real money for the first time, your spending changes. After living with Mom and Dad or in a college dorm, you can afford a place of your own and might...
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