MercyOne says financial trouble will lead to job cuts
- The Augusta Chronicle
The mother of 11-year-old Justin Gilstrap, who was attacked by three pit bulls in January, has filed a lawsuit against the dogs' owner.
- Business Insider
Elon Musk's Twitter ordered by officials to properly label bedrooms in San Francisco HQ as sleeping areas — or convert them back to offices within 15 days
San Francisco officials ordered Twitter to restore its bedrooms back to offices in 15 days if it doesn't label them as sleeping areas, per a notice.
Let it go: Here are 3 crucial things you must 'say goodbye' to in retirement. Most folks can't do it — but can you?
Change doesn't have to be bad.
- Business Insider
ChatGPT may be a fun tool to play with, but there's a very real risk that it could displace jobs across many industries.
A suit filed in U.S. Courts in Texas alleges fraud, breach of contract, unjust enrichment, violation of deceptive trade practice law, and negligence over a token sale for a Web3 game that never materialized.
How much money do I need to live entirely off dividends? Here's how to figure out the lowest amount you need to make it work
Yes, there's math. No, it's not that hard.
Mark Zuckerberg calls this the ‘Year of Efficiency’: Now Amazon and Google are falling in line with talk of ‘streamlining’ costs and slowing hiring
The year ahead will be all about refocusing on priorities for tech giants.
- The Columbus Dispatch
The lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for Southern Ohio alleges Columbus police Cmdr. Melissa McFadden created a a racist work environment.
A group of YouTube contractors went on strike today outside the Google office in Austin, Texas, after the tech giant announced a return to office by Feb. 6. The workers are employed by Cognizant, which is a subcontractor for Google parent company Alphabet.
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Activision Blizzard will pay the Securities Exchange Commission $35 million to settle charges that it violated workplace misconduct reporting rules and whistleblower protections. The Call of Duty publisher admits no wrongdoing in the case, which comes less than two years after a bombshell lawsuit by California regulators alleged years of sexual harassment and discrimination at the company.
- Motley Fool
The artificial intelligence specialist was perfectly positioned to benefit from the market swooning over ChatGPT.
Toyota Motor Corp will launch two higher-end luxury vehicles in Japan during the next financial year as it seeks to capture a larger share of the luxury car market, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Friday. The automaker will introduce a luxury sport-utility vehicle, the Toyota Century, in its home market sometime between August and the end of March 2024, Nikkei said, citing anonymous sources. A Toyota spokesperson said the company could not comment on its product plans.
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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro on Thursday lashed out at U.S. licenses barring companies doing business with sanctioned Venezuelan state firms from paying cash to his administration. Washington last year authorized U.S. and European firms to resume taking Venezuelan crude oil on the condition no funds be paid to Venezuela. The permits were part of U.S. President Joe Biden's move to encourage political talks between Maduro and the Venezuelan opposition with the main goal of securing a fair presidential election.
I’m 64, make $1,500 a month driving Uber and get almost $5,000 a month in pensions and Social Security – should I pay off my mortgage before I retire?
See: I’m 67 and retired with $57,000 left on my mortgage and $600,000 saved for retirement – should I pay off my home now? You ask one of the most common questions we get at MarketWatch about retirement saving and spending – if it makes sense to pay off a mortgage before retirement. What you need to do before you can even answer this question is jot down every single expense you anticipate you’ll have in retirement, and add a little extra cushion for what you won’t expect.
36% of millionaires say it’ll ‘take a miracle’ to retire amid rising costs and a shaky market — how to get on the right track even if you don’t have $1 million in the bank
And it's not as hard as turning water into wine.
Pensions used to be fairly standard for private-sector workers in the United States, but that was long ago. Only one-quarter of civilian workers were offered a traditional pension plan as recently as...
- The Hill
Remember when, not so long ago, tech companies couldn’t hire fast enough? Talent wars were fought and won all over Silicon Valley, as firms battled it out for the best in the business, each offering free-flowing perks more lavish than the next. As profits continued to climb, it seemed as if the party would never…
- Business Insider
JPMorgan and the US Virgin Islands are blaming each other in court for failing to stop Jeffrey Epstein's sex-trafficking scheme
The US Virgin Islands gave tax breaks to a company that facilitated Jeffrey Epstein's sex-trafficking operation, JPMorgan says.