Registration opened today for Xcel Energy's Day of Service, a very popular volunteer opportunity across Colorado.
- Rolling Stone
Filing cites The Crucible to push forward the bizarre claim that women's propensity for "mass hysteria" ultimately caused a female passenger to falsely accuse the plaintiff of carrying an explosive device
- Business Insider
Amazon-owned Whole Foods reportedly told managers that workers couldn't wear Black Lives Matter signage at work because it was 'opening the door for union activity'
An internal Whole Foods email shows it was worried that allowing employees to wear Black Lives Matter apparel could welcome union talk, per Bloomberg.
- Associated Press
A federal bankruptcy judge on Monday cleared the way for a defamation lawsuit in Connecticut to proceed against Infowars host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. The case was filed by relatives of some victims of the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Jones has falsely claimed that the nation’s deadliest school shooting — which killed 20 students and six educators — was a hoax.
- Business Insider
Uber Eats driver says he only made a profit of 37 cents during a 4-hour shift because filling up his gas tank cost about the same as his earnings
The driver said he had to pay $30.60 for gas at the end of the shift. He told Insider that he wouldn't be doing any more shifts for the company.
- The Florida Times-Union
Sen. Marco Rubio hears from Jacksonville companies about supply chain challenges. Rubio defends vote against computer chip bill signed by President Biden.
- Business Insider
JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon says China has 'serious issues' - and lays out what the US needs to do to push back against Beijing
"America needs to take a leadership position," Dimon told the firm's wealthy clients last week.
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A federal judge in California has signed off on Apple Inc.'s $30.5 million settlement in a nearly decade-old lawsuit claiming the company shortchanged 15,000 retail workers by not paying them for time spent in security checks after their shifts. U.S. District Judge William Alsup in San Francisco approved the settlement in the 2013 class action on Saturday. The California Supreme Court in 2020 used the case to rule that state law requires employees to be paid when they go through mandatory security screenings.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Fazoli's is bringing its unlimited breadstick and pizza back to Phoenix after 14 years. The first of 9 Italian restaurant locations was announced.
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- Motley Fool
The reopening headwind affected every company in the e-commerce industry, including MercadoLibre Inc (NASDAQ: MELI). MercadoLibre has been an e-commerce powerhouse. MercadoLibre's success is remarkable since even the e-commerce juggernaut Amazon -- despite its success in many regions, including North America and Europe -- couldn't match its smaller peer in Latin America.
- Yahoo Finance
Gas prices are declining, but one expert cautions it's just a ‘short-term correction.’
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Walmart’s earnings are trying to tell us something about inflation, consumer sentiment, and whether we’re headed for a recession
The company performed well in Q2, providing hope that the broader economy is strong.
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When Hwang Kwang-jo's factory in Seoul faced a staffing crunch earlier this year after the departure of Nepalese workers and younger locals, he hired a 61-year-old to pick up some of the work. While the job, which involves handling heavy alloy bars, is less than ideal for workers close to retirement, the pandemic has diminished South Korea's pool of foreign labour, forcing firms to widen the net. "It's incredibly difficult to fill vacancies, I never received any resumes from those in their 20s," said Hwang, chief executive at Iljin Enterprise, an aluminium moulding plant that usually employs about 35 people.
- Miami Herald
The cartoon showed Donald Trump during a debate with a moderator saying, “Thank you Mr. President, for wearing your mask,” according to the lawsuit.
- USA TODAY
Quiet quitting: More employees burned out by COVID-era workloads say they'll do what's required in their jobs but won't go above and beyond.