Controversial contractor facing legal problems after filing liens against homeowners. Former employee raises questions about possible conflict of interest.
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A British court dismissed a legal tactic Prince Andrew used to avoid a sex-abuse lawsuit from Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre
Prince Andrew's lawyers argued that he wasn't properly served the lawsuit. The UK High Court ruled Virginia Giuffre's lawyers can serve them again.
US president Joe Biden’s Sept. 9 order directing companies with more than 100 workers to require Covid-19 vaccinations or weekly testing has caused concern among some business owners, who worry workers will quit as a result of the mandate. Delta Air Lines announced on Aug. 25 it would charge employees for their healthcare plans if they aren’t vaccinated against Covid-19 by November. “The average hospital stay for Covid-19 has cost Delta $50,000 per person,” CEO Ed Bastian wrote in a memo.
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Dispute between former Duke star, ex-agent settled in federal court.
- Business Insider
'Ghosting coasting' is the latest labor challenge for employers, where underqualified hires disappear before they can be fired
The social disappearing act has arrived in the workplace in a new way as US employers scramble to find staff in a tight labor market.
- Food & Wine
It's not unemployment benefits that are stopping workers like me from returning to restaurants. In March 2020, most of us were cast off like yesterday's trash.
- The Guardian
Delivery drivers and warehouse workers are already monitored relentlessly. Now white-collar employees are getting a taste of surveillance capitalism ‘Studies on work-from-home programs tend to show that people are actually more productive, but employers are still terrified that their time is being wasted. Little concern, of course, is displayed when employers waste their employees’ time.’ Photograph: Alamy The corporate handwringing started at almost the same time as the lockdown orders: “But if
In most cases, the Nigerian farmer cracks palm nuts with large stones, an inefficient process that makes eventual finished goods more expensive. Nigeria-based startup Releaf intends to solve this problem by processing produce from farmers, and also delivering the oil to food manufacturers.
8th Circuit says journalist Ryan Lizza republished story about lawmaker's family by highlighting it on social media.
A U.S. judge on Wednesday said former President Donald Trump cannot delay a lawsuit accusing him of defaming former Elle magazine columnist E. Jean Carroll after she claimed he raped her in the mid-1990s. In a one-sentence order, U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan in Manhattan refused to put the case on hold while Trump appeals an earlier ruling he made. The order could let Carroll obtain documents and other materials from Trump during the appeal.
I worked as a character performer in the Disney parks. Here are 3 things that surprised me after I got hired.
I was a character performer at Disney World and Disneyland for years. The strict casting rules and fear of being fired for looking "wrong" were tough.
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Retirement savings statistics usually highlight how badly people are doing at preparing for their future, but one stat in Transamerica's latest retirement survey bucks this trend: Approximately 30% of households have saved $250,000 or more for retirement already. Most of us can fortunately count upon Social Security to help us with some of our retirement costs so we don't have to rely solely upon our personal savings. Most people will need $1 million or more to retire comfortably, but the only way to know what you'll need is to put together a retirement plan that takes your health and lifestyle into account.
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The state of Utah didn't do enough to make sure a remote highway was safe before a tour bus crashed, killing four people from China and injuring two dozen more in 2019, family and survivors said in a lawsuit filed Tuesday. The bus crashed a few miles from Bryce Canyon National Park, which is known for its intricately shaped red-rock spires called hoodoos.
Congressional Democrats want to slam shut a tax loophole known as the “backdoor” Roth IRA. In one of several proposed changes that target the retirement accounts of wealthy Americans, Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee want to prohibit people … Continue reading → The post Democrats Want to End This Lucrative Retirement Account Loophole appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
- USA TODAY
Prince Andrew was properly served with a sex-abuse lawsuit under international law, English court authority declares. What happens now?
- Yahoo Finance
The most far-reaching part of Democrats' proposal within the $3.5 trillion reconciliation package is the requirement for many businesses to offer a retirement plan for their workers.
A defamation suit accusing former President Trump of rape will move forward as planned, a federal judge said Wednesday.Why it matters: E. Jean Carroll sued Trump for defamation after he branded her a liar for publicly alleging that he raped her in the mid-1990s. Trump's legal team had requested that the judge delay the suit while an appeals court determines whether the United States can be substituted as the defendant in the case.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe
Bombardier on Tuesday unveiled an upscale variant of its Challenger 350 business jet as the planemaker vies to protect its dominant market share in the segment and capitalize on higher demand for private flying during the pandemic. The refreshed variant, named Challenger 3500, seats up to 10 passengers and comes with voice-controlled cabin systems like lighting, and a smaller version of the chaise lounge seats found on Bombardier's flagship Global 7500. The Challenger 3500, expected to enter service in the second half of 2022, will list for $26.7 million, the same price as the 350, Chief Executive Éric Martel said in an interview.
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ABC News’ Rebecca Jarvis, creator and host of “The Dropout” podcast, breaks down the first full day of testimony and what’s ahead in the trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes.
'They had legal, egitimate evidence of child abuse and did nothing': McKayla Maroney criticizes FBI's handling of Larry Nassar
Olympic gold medal gymnast McKayla Maroney strongly criticized the FBI's handling of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse investigation while testifying before the Senate. Maroney accused FBI agents of "protecting" Nassar. This video includes testimony some viewers may find upsetting or disturbing.
In your 20s, as you start your career and make real money for the first time, your spending changes. After living with Mom and Dad or in a college dorm, you can afford a place of your own and might...