Next month, Ana Rodriguez and her attorney will argue the case before the Florida Third District Court of Appeal to try to overturn the eviction.
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President Biden met last week with business leaders to inspire others to require their employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The mandate would potentially affect 80 million private-sector workers. While the $14,000 penalty for companies that don’t comply, along with the requirement to provide paid time off for employees to get vaccinated or tested regularly, place a burden on companies, few so far have refused to participate.
Ripple has been at war with the securities and exchange commission since December 2020 when the SEC sued Ripple Labs for allegedly issuing and selling unlicensed securities.
- The State
Gloria Satterfield’s heirs were supposed to get $2.75 million – but got nothing, their attorney says. Here’s what the order says.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The Lexington parks supervisor’s attorney, who also represents Republican U.S. Reps. Thomas Massie and Marjorie Taylor Greene, says the allegations are politically motivated.
- BuzzFeed News
A Texas Doctor Fired For Giving Leftover COVID Vaccines To "Indian Sounding" Patients Is Suing The County
There were 10 doses of the Moderna vaccine left at the end of the night, and Hasan Gokal had six hours left to administer them before they expired.View Entire Post ›
- Yahoo Finance
If you’re looking to make money in retail this holiday, read on.
Small businesses in the U.S. now have a new way to source home and lifestyle goods from new manufacturers. Bzaar, a business-to-business cross-border marketplace, is connecting retailers with over 50 export-ready manufacturers in India. The U.S.-based company announced Monday that it raised $4 million in seed funding, led by Canaan Partners, and including angel investors Flipkart co-founder Binny Bansal, PhonePe founders Sameer Nigam and Rahul Chari, Addition founder Lee Fixel and Helion Ventures co-founder Ashish Gupta.
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- Motley Fool
When I make plans for my retirement, I always operate under the assumption that I'll claim Social Security benefits at 62. When I estimate what Social Security will do for me as a senior, I assume I'll start my checks at 62 for one simple reason: Because that's the earliest age they become available. Since claiming Social Security at 62 instead of starting benefits later means taking a significant hit to benefits, I don't want to overestimate how much money I'll get.
- The Daily Beast
Prosecutors have discovered evidence in the basement of a co-conspirator in the Trump Organization tax fraud case, a defense lawyer for indicted CFO Allen Weisselberg revealed in court on Monday.
A shortage of carbon dioxide used to stun pigs at abattoirs means a backlog of animals is growing.
- KMGH - Denver Scripps
COVID-19 in Colorado update: Dr. Rachel Herlihy says hospitalizations across the state are plateauing
Gov. Jared Polis and Dr. Rachel Herlihy provided an update on the state's response to COVID-19. During the news conference, Herlihy said hospitalizations for COVID-19 appear to be plateauing, though there is that possibility that we could be looking at potential increase in cases again.
- Business Insider
Some businesses are just working their current staff more - which could only make the problem worse, say researchers at Bank of America.
The U.S. has plenty to improve upon when it comes retirement. While Iceland is rated as the top country for retirement security for the third year in a row, the U.S. dropped to No. 17 in the 2021 Global Retirement Index … Continue reading → The post U.S. Drops in Global Retirement Rankings: These Countries Do It Better appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
A federal court in California has approved a judgment ordering a customs warehouse logistics company to pay $235,000 in back wages and penalties after an investigation found the employer illegally paid warehouse workers as little as $3.38 per hour. Premar Global Warehouse Logistics employed 16 Mexican nationals to work as merchandise checkers in San Diego in a facility just minutes from the U.S.-Mexico border, according to investigators from the U.S. Department of Labor. The workers were paid th
America’s policy toward China is misdirected, because it would actually strengthen China and weaken the United States
China's industrial policy is a weakness, so why should the U.S. copy it or demand that Beijing abandon it?
Natural gas prices are soaring and supplies are beginning to drain, particularly in Europe, and the multiple causes for this phenomenon are painfully obvious and could have been prevented
Airbus is in talks with several potential customers for a new A350 freighter while seeing signs of demand for smaller A320 passenger jets in Europe, its sales chief said on Tuesday. With e-commerce booming, Airbus formally began marketing a proposed freight variant of its A350 passenger jet in July, taking aim at Boeing’s tight grip on the global cargo market. “We are in a number of very encouraging discussions,” Chief Commercial Officer Christian Scherer told reporters in Toulouse, where the European planemaker is based.
- USA TODAY
'I want to see what the law is': Man sues Texas doctor who violated abortion ban to test law's constitutionality
Dr. Alan Braid of San Antonio has been sued by a former lawyer from Arkansas for performing an abortion that violates Texas' new ban on the procedure.
The International Energy Agency on Tuesday urged Russia to step up gas deliveries to Europe in anticipation of higher winter demand, as tight global supply pushes prices skywards.