A Las Vegas businessman touted for building “a thriving” company is accused of stealing $11 million of federal loans meant to help struggling businesses during the pandemic, claiming he had hundreds of employees for one application when, in fact, he had none, court documents said.
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Flight attendant sues Delta Air Lines after being fired for posting a cartoon of Donald Trump wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood on Facebook
Leondra Taylor claimed the airline's decision to sack her for posting a cartoon of Donald Trump wearing a Ku Klux klan hood was unlawful.
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A New York State judge ruled Friday that a criminal fraud and tax evasion prosecution against the Trump Organization and its former CFO, Allen Weisselberg, can proceed. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge joins Lilia Luciano and Tanya Rivero with the latest on that case.
Japanese vehicle maker Hino Motors Ltd and its parent, Toyota Motor Corp, have been accused of historical misconduct in a class action lawsuit brought in the United States, Hino said on Friday. The case, in the Southern District of Florida, has been filed on behalf of those who bought or leased 2004-2021 model year Hino trucks in the United States, the company said in a statement. An investigation report this month by a company-commissioned panel said Hino, Toyota's major affiliate, had falsified emissions data on some engines going back to at least 2003, or more than a decade earlier than previously indicated.
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Google has yet to reverse the hiring freeze it implemented in July, and employees are beginning to fear how it could affect them.
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Wisconsin’s Republican Assembly leader on Friday ended a 14-month, taxpayer-funded inquiry into the 2020 election by firing his hand-picked investigator. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos' firing of Michael Gableman came just three days after the lawmaker narrowly survived a primary challenge from an opponent endorsed by former President Donald Trump and Gableman. While Gableman found no evidence of widespread fraud during his inquiry, he had joined Trump in calling for lawmakers to consider decertifying the 2020 election — something Vos and legal experts say is unconstitutional and impossible.
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A new European gas pipeline link could be ready in 9 months as support builds to bypass Russian supplies
A new gas pipeline link from the Iberian peninsula to France could accelerate the continent's efforts to wean off Russian gas amid the energy crisis.
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Berkshire Hathaway's 13F filings don't tell the full story about the company's holdings.
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Ultrawealthy investors are pouring their money back into stocks, according to elite Tiger 21 membership club
Michael Sonnenfeldt, founder and chairman of Tiger 21, said in an interview with CNBC that the exclusive network’s wealthy members were pouncing on opportunities despite their recession fears.
Schroeder, who was chancellor from 1998 to 2005, has long had a close relationship with Russian energy companies
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BERLIN (Reuters) -Gerhard Schroeder, who has become increasingly derided in Germany for his pro-Russian views, has filed a suit against Germany's Bundestag lower house of parliament that seeks to reinstate his privileges as former chancellor, DPA reported. Schroeder, 78, was stripped of his right to a publicly funded office in May, amid mounting dismay at his refusal to distance himself from Russian President Vladimir Putin following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Schroeder's lawyer Michael Nagel told German news agency DPA on Friday that he had filed a suit with the Berlin administrative court.
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