The owners of Waukesha's Horizon West condominiums faced another setback this week. A judge dismissed their lawsuit against Travelers Insurance.
CHICAGO (Reuters) -Delta Air Lines has offered a 34% cumulative pay increase to its pilots over three years in a new contract, demonstrating the bargaining power aviators are enjoying in a short-staffed industry with booming travel demand. If the deal is approved by Delta pilots, it is widely expected to act as a benchmark for contract negotiations at rivals United Airlines and American Airlines. Delta pilots will get a raise of at least 18% raise on the date the contract is signed, another 5% after one year, 4% after two years and 4% after three years, according to a draft contract seen by Reuters.
Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS) worked with consulting firm McKinsey & Co in recent months to centralize control of major spending decisions, triggering an uproar from top creative executives at the entertainment giant. The discussions regarding the plan were underway in the weeks leading up to November 20, when Disney fired Bob Chapek as CEO and replaced him with his predecessor, Robert Iger, the Wall Street Journal reports. Disney’s CFO, Christine McCarthy, spearheaded the wide-ranging cost-cutting
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Kari Lake says the lawsuit she and Mark Finchem filed before the Arizona Primary was not in bad faith. Lake says her lawyers should not be sanctioned.
The Social Security Administration has announced changes for 2023, including the value of one work credit rising from $1,510 to $1,640. See: What Is the Average Social Security Benefit at Age 62?More:...
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A federal judge ordered sanctions against the attorneys of Kari Lake and Mark Finchem in their lawsuit against voting machines.
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The new McDonald’s is a test concept that focuses on to-go orders, which includes a conveyor belt to deliver your Big Macs and fries.
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Hundreds of San Francisco Health Department employees are believed to be holding second jobs in violation of government policy that requires permission.
A U.S. judge on Friday dismissed an indictment against Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies Co, formally ending a criminal sanctions case that strained U.S.-China relations. Meng, whose father Ren Zhengfei founded Huawei and is the telecommunications company's chief executive, entered an agreement with U.S. prosecutors last year for the case to be dismissed four years after her December 2018 arrest. Prosecutors accused Meng of bank fraud and other crimes for misleading HSBC Holdings Plc and other banks about Huawei's relationship with a company that operated in Iran.
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Social Security is an important benefits program. Both those currently receiving retirement income as well as current workers need to be aware of how it works. Specifically, there are a few very important changes happening in 2023 that you need to know about and prepare for.
Underneath the lush countryside in eastern France lie the pipelines expected to rescue Europe before a winter without Russian gas.
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California attorney Scott Johnson, who has filed thousands of ADA lawsuits against local and state businesses, was indicted for federal tax fraud.
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How low will gas prices go this winter? 3 analyst predictions.
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Saving for retirement isn't easy, especially as it becomes more expensive to retire comfortably. The average worker expects to need around $1.7 million to retire, according to a 2022 survey from Charles Schwab, and less than half of survey participants believe it's very likely they'll meet their saving goal. Fortunately, it's simpler than you might think to supercharge your retirement savings.
A traditional, passive retirement is fine for some, but many retirees are looking to start exciting new chapters of their lives when they stop working. Retirement at Any Age: Get Retirement Tips That...
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But the bust firm’s co-founders still aren’t cooperating, a Friday document shows.
Retiring early seems to be on everyone's minds these days. The growing popularity of the so-called FIRE movement -- short for financial independence, retire early -- is a testament to how much...
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Making EVs without China's supply chain is hard, but not impossible – 3 supply chain experts outline a strategy
Automaker GMC shows off its Hummer EVs at a plant in Detroit. Nic Antaya/Getty ImagesTwo electrifying moves in recent weeks have the potential to ignite electric vehicle demand in the United States. First, Congress passed the Inflation Reduction Act, expanding federal tax rebates for EV purchases. Then California approved rules to ban the sale of new gasoline-powered cars by 2035. The Inflation Reduction Act extends the Obama-era EV tax credit of up to US,500. But it includes some high hurdles.
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A congressional panel is recommending companies be investigated for fraud for the way they processed billions of dollars in PPP loans.