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- LA Times
Exxon is exploiting a unique Texas courthouse procedure to intimidate global warming activists.
- Miami Herald
‘Bats--t insane.’ Florida attorney general’s own lawyers gave early warning of worse to come | Editorial
It was strangely refreshing to hear the words that appellate lawyers in the office of Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody used, in newly released emails, to describe the desperate attempt by the Texas attorney general to overturn the results of the 2020 election by suing four swing states in 2020.
- Washington Examiner
Attorney General Merrick Garland said the Justice Department continues to stand by the findings of the DOJ watchdog that fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe lied under oath to investigators during a leak investigation despite the Biden DOJ reversing his firing and settling his lawsuit against it with a big payout.
- Business Insider
California is suing Kanye West's Yeezy brand for allegedly violating a rule that requires notice or a refund when products don't ship within 30 days of ordering
Kanye West has been hit with a lawsuit alleging Yeezy apparel broke California's business code by failing to ship products within 30 days.
- Fox News
A 2009 settlement agreement between Jeffrey Epstein and longtime accuser Virginia Giuffre can be kept under seal as Britain’s Prince Andrew fights a lawsuit filed by the woman, a federal judge ruled Wednesday. Giuffre claims the royal sexually assaulted her when she was underage.
- American City Business Journals
United said an extension of a temporary restraining order would "impose irreparable and significant harm on United. It would also be unfair to United’s vaccinated employees."
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The attorney suing Gov. Andy Beshear says she has been suspended without pay due to her refusal to wear a mask inside Kentucky’s executive branch offices.
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- The Week
The post-2008 economy is over
- Yahoo Finance
The semiconductor shortage is unlikely to end anytime soon, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said at Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit.
The pandemic has changed many Americans' retirement plans, most notably those of younger generations, as Gen Z and millennials are now saying they intend to retire in their 50s, according to a new...
Transitioning to green energy will take time. Meanwhile, governments bring back the dirtiest of fossil fuels.
- KMGH - Denver Scripps
City of Denver and Denver International Airport officials announced the completion of the first phase of the Great Hall Project at the airport.
- Associated Press
Prince Andrew’s lawyer asked a New York judge Tuesday to keep sealed a 2009 legal agreement that he says can protect the prince against a lawsuit's claims that he sexually assaulted an American woman when she was under 18. The request was made in court papers in Manhattan federal court, where U.S. District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan is presiding over an August lawsuit filed on behalf of Virginia Giuffre. Attorney Andrew Brettler, representing Andrew, said he is preparing written arguments to ask that the lawsuit be dismissed and wants to include under seal an agreement which he contends bars the lawsuit against Andrew.
- LA Times
Developer Nile Niami's Crestlloyd LLC filed for Chapter 11 on Tuesday, one day before a trustee's sale of the mega-mansion had been scheduled.
- American City Business Journals
Like other tech giants, the Redmond company has brought record numbers onto its payrolls. But hiring isn't focused in its home state anymore.
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- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
St. Louis may be moving closer to a potential expansion team, if it wants one. Earlier this month, we outlined the factors that could result in the league throwing up its hands and accepting defeat in the Rams relocation litigation. One key ingredient to that specific outcome will be Rams owner Stan Kroenke successfully reneging [more]
Washington has banned China Telecom from operating in America, citing "national security concerns".
RIYADH (Reuters) -Saudi Arabia said on Wednesday it had licensed 44 international companies to set up regional headquarters in the capital Riyadh under the kingdom's push to become a regional commercial hub and vie for foreign capital and talent. The world's top oil exporter and largest Arab economy in February said it would give foreign firms until the end of 2023 to set up headquarters in the country or risk losing out on government contracts. The new headquarter establishments would add 67 billion riyals ($18 billion) to the economy and provide around 30,000 job opportunities by 2030, the president of the Royal Commission for Riyadh City, Fahd al-Rasheed, said in a statement.