A civil lawsuit filed by lawyers on behalf of Georgetown woman Autumn Janeway details allegations of physical and mental abuse that she says happened to her son at the facility already at the center of a homicide investigation. Christiana Ford reports. MORE: http://bit.ly/3GEJX6L
Amazon is shutting down its wholesale distribution business in India, the latest in a series of retreats for the retailer in the key overseas market where it has deployed over $7 billion in the past decade. The American e-commerce giant said Monday that it is discontinuing Amazon Distribution, its wholesale e-commerce website available to small neighborhood stores in Bengaluru, Mysore and Hubli. Amazon Distribution was designed to help kiranas, the neighborhood stores in India, pharmacies and department stores secure inventory from the e-commerce giant.
The return-to-office war may finally be reaching a compromise, but companies will be the biggest losers
Employers and employees are inching closer to a hybrid work schedule that they're both happy with.
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World's 1st hydrogen-powered jet engine seeks turning point for aviation industry
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‘Everybody’s a free agent’: how employees are using a controversial tactic to force their bosses to give them a raise
With inflation eating into salaries, more and more employees are applying for jobs they have no intention of taking. Welcome to the Great Raise-ignition.
(Bloomberg) -- Snap Inc. Chief Executive Officer Evan Spiegel told employees that he expects them to be in the social media company’s offices in person 80% of the time starting in February.Most Read from BloombergApple to Lose 6 Million iPhone Pros From Tumult at China PlantThis Is Where Luxury Property Prices May Rise and Fall the Most in 2023Expats Rank the Best and Worst Cities to Live and WorkMusk Threatens War With Apple, Jeopardizing Vital Relationship“I believe that spending more time tog
- American City Business Journals
The office in Jupiter will be just the beginning as the health care corporation prepares to shut down SeniorBridge facilities across the U.S.
A Florida woman is suing Velveeta for $5 million, claiming that her instant macaroni didn't cook fast enough
The class action suit alleges that Kraft Heinz Foods Group falsely advertised their instant macaroni and cheese product Velveeta.
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Citing recent SCOTUS decision, appeals court overturns millions of dollars in arbitration awards won by DST employees
According to Ken McClain, one of the attorneys representing participants in the profit-sharing plan dispute, the federal court in Kansas City had confirmed about $36 million in arbitration awards before the appeals court ruling was released Monday.
The bankruptcy of Stellantis' Jeep joint venture in China could spell trouble for other global automakers whose output has plunged over the last five years in the world's largest car market, as domestic players rapidly overtake. The first joint venture failure by a foreign brand in the electric vehicle (EV) era, the Oct. 31 bankruptcy filing marks a turning point in that Chinese carmakers are beginning to surpass the long-dominant international brands in giving consumers what they want. "I do not expect Stellantis to be an isolated case," said Marco Santino, a partner at management consultants Oliver Wyman.
Over Thanksgiving, Ford announced a recall that affects 518,993 Escapes and Bronco Sports from 2020 through the 2023 model year. Cars with the 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine could have a cracked fuel injector. The good news for owners, though, is that Ford hasn’t issued a stop-driving order for this recall.
Frontier Airlines has had a rough 2022. It introduced a perk where members of Frontier's Miles loyalty program who purchased two round-trip tickets were eligible for a bonus of 20,000 miles for a maximum of 100,000 bonus miles, and also introduced a number of new international routes, including flights to the Bahamas, Costa Rica and Jamaica.
(Bloomberg) -- The Bahamian government blasted the person in charge of restructuring crypto exchange FTX, the latest salvo in an escalating fight over what remains of Sam Bankman-Fried’s crumbled empire. Most Read from BloombergApple to Lose 6 Million iPhone Pros From Tumult at China PlantThis Is Where Luxury Property Prices May Rise and Fall the Most in 2023Expats Rank the Best and Worst Cities to Live and WorkMusk Threatens War With Apple, Jeopardizing Vital RelationshipBahamas Attorney Genera
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Microwaveable cups of Velveeta mac and cheese take longer to make than the outer box says — “ready in 3 1/2 minutes” — making the packaging fraudulent and misleading, a Hialeah woman’s federal class action civil lawsuit claims.
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If you ask any security consultant about one of the biggest physical security risks a business can take, high up on the list would be having huge piles of cash lying around. If you ask a business consultant what one of a small business’ biggest commercial risks might be, they would likely tell you that it’s not being able to get loans, financing, or even standard banking services to run their ...
Although traditionally many Americans have envisioned retirement age as 65, according to the Social Security Administration, for those born in 1960 or later "full retirement age" is actually 67. Yet,...
If you're a millennial wondering how much money you'll need to retire comfortably, now might be a good time to practice some calming techniques. You'll probably need anywhere from $3 million to $4...
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Intel Corp. has chosen construction and engineering firm Bechtel Corp. as the lead general contractor for construction of its $20 billion first two semiconductor fabrication facilities in New Albany.
Facebook's parent, Meta, has been hit with another hefty penalty for breaching European data protection law. The €265 million (~$275 million) fine was announced today by the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC), the tech giant's lead regulator for the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The DPC confirmed that the decision, which was adopted on Friday, records findings of infringement of Articles 25(1) and 25(2) GDPR -- which are focused on data protection by design and default.
Retirement is a time of frugality for many, since other than Social Security and pension payments, many folks don't have much money coming in. If you're not rooted to a specific location, you are free...
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Florida woman sues Kraft for $5M, saying Velveeta shells & cheese takes longer to prepare than packaging claims
A Florida woman has sued the Kraft Heinz Company for at least $5 million over what she claims is deceptive and fraudulent packaging, saying Velveeta mac and cheese takes longer to microwave than advertised.