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09:46 Sat 12
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Why Do the Wealthy Pay Such Low Taxes?
Here's how the super-rich get away with dodging the IRS -- legally.
https://www.fool.com/taxes/2021/06/12/why-do-the-wealthy-pay-such-low-taxes/?source=iedfolrf0000001


fool
11:03 Fri 19
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The Secret to Getting Into the 0% Tax Bracket
You may be able to legally ditch taxes if you do this.
https://www.fool.com/taxes/2021/02/19/the-secret-to-getting-in-the-0-tax-bracket/?source=iedfolrf0000001
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cnbc
18:44 Tue 14
Starbucks tells labor board to allow all Buffalo, New York workers to vote on union effort
The move to unionize Starbucks stands to impact Starbucks' corporate-owned stores and could have a ripple effect across the industry at large.
https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/14/starbucks-tells-nlrb-to-let-all-buffalo-workers-vote-on-union-effort.html
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aljazeera
19:51 Thu 23
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Starbucks pushes back against US workers cafe-by-cafe union vote
Employees at three Starbucks locations in the Buffalo, New York area have petitioned to join Workers United.
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@WSJ
14:50 Fri 24
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Starbucks is pushing back against an employee unionization drive as workers at some Buffalo, N.Y., stores attempt t https://t.co/zN1zvIvbei
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cnbc
18:14 Thu 23
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Amazon to face charges at labor board hearing Sept. 28 that it illegally fired activist workers
The NLRB in April found merit to the two tech workers' complaint that Amazon engaged in unfair labor practices.


jalopnik
13:30 Thu 23
NYC Food Delivery Workers Are About To Win Landmark Protections (Including The Right To Use The Bathroom)
Lawmakers in New York City are finally joining food delivery workers whove been pushing for fair standards of pay and working conditions. New York City officials will vote on a set of bills that could grant app-based food delivery workers overdue workplace protections, the first city in the country to do so. The vote Read more...


motortransport co uk
16:16 Fri 24
Yodel faces complete delivery shutdown after 98% of drivers vote to strike
Yodel has not given up hope on striking a deal with the GMB union after more than 250 of its drivers voted to walk out over a pay and conditions dispute. The union said 98% of the drivers, who deliver to Marks & Spencer, Aldi, Very and others, voted to go out on strike and the company faced a complete delivery shutdown. It claimed that the dispute is over apparent unworkable driver schedules, offering agency workers more money than directly [...] The post Yodel faces “complete delivery shutdown” after 98% of drivers vote to strike appeared first on Motor Transport .


hbr org
12:05 Fri 24
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A Labor Movement for the Platform Economy
Platforms have rewritten the contract between workers and companies. Here’s how gig workers and creators are starting to push back.


designhill
09:10 Fri 24
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Starbucks Logo An Overview of Design, History And Evolution
Starbucks is a massive brand of brewed coffee, with the company having its outlets in every nook and corner of the world. The company made a humble start and kept on expanding its brand steadily. Today, every coffee lover recognizes Starbucks and its logo as a sign of a trustworthy coffee brand. Right from its … Continue reading
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news24
10:55 Fri 24
Businessinsider.co.za | New York City food delivery workers win the right to bathroom access on the job
Following a months-long push by delivery workers, New York City passed several bills aimed at improving their pay and working conditions.


nytimes
23:41 Fri 24
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Ocasio-Cortez apologizes for her present vote on Iron Dome funding.
In a letter to constituents, the New York congresswoman suggested she had changed her no vote because she had been subjected to hateful targeting for opposing the aid.


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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Apologizes for Vote on Iron Dome Funding
In a letter to constituents, the New York congresswoman suggested she had changed her no vote because she had been subjected to hateful targeting for opposing the aid.


cnbc
21:52 Thu 23
New York City passes bills offering protections to food delivery workers
Lawmakers in New York City passed a series of bills that seek to improve working conditions and set minimum pay for delivery workers.


marketwatch
11:34 Fri 24
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: DoorDash, other delivery workers receive sweeping protections under New York City laws
The New York City Council on Thursday approved first-in-the-nation legislation that would guarantee minimum pay and regulate conditions for workers for DoorDash Inc., Uber Eats and other delivery apps.


abc net au
20:24 Fri 24
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Could feral Northern Territory buffalo be our new beef?
Is it possibleTop End Buffalo could be our next wagyu? One Northern Territory producer says they have all the ingredients to be top-notch eating meat.


epi org
17:50 Fri 24
Two-thirds of low-wage workers still lack access to paid sick days during an ongoing pandemic
According to a new report released yesterday from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), just over three-quarters (77%) of private-sector workers in the United States have the ability to earn paid sick time at work.


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4h ago
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New York Hospitals Face Possible Mass Firings as Workers Spurn Vaccines
With a Monday deadline looming, thousands of health care workers in the state are risking their jobs by not getting a coronavirus vaccine.


beckershospitalreview
14:33 Fri 24
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CDC director recommends boosters for healthcare workers, despite panel's vote


marketwatch
16:05 Thu 23
Pizza Hut seeks 40,000 new workers by the end of the year
Pizza Hut said Thursday that the pizza chain and its franchisees are looking for 40,000 new permanent workers by the end of 2021. Most of the openings are for drivers and cooks. Pizza Hut and franchisees are also hosting a virtual career event, Pizza Hut: Pathways to Possibility, on Sept. 29 to showcase how workers can advance their career with the brand. Pizza Hut joins a number of companies that are offering programs, benefits and pay to attract and retain workers in a tight labor market. Pizza Hut is part of the Yum Brands Inc. portfolio. Yum stock has gained 15.7% for the year to date while the S&P 500 index is up 18.6% for the period. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.


feedburner
18:53 Fri 24
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New York City's 'Billionaires' Row' residents say their 96-floor building sways, floods, and traps families in elevators, according to new lawsuit
The condo board for one of the most expensive buildings in New York is seeking damages for over 1,500 serious design defects.


globenewswire
18:15 Fri 24
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New Director to Join Tejon Ranch Co. Board
Directors vote to add land use attorney Susan K. Hori Directors vote to add land use attorney Susan K. Hori
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cnn
22:33 Fri 24
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Judge orders Trump Org to address subpoenas by New York attorney general
A New York judge has ordered the Trump Organization to submit a report next week to the New York Attorney General in an effort to resolve a long-running dispute over subpoenas for records, according to an unsealed order.


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23:11 Fri 24
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A lack of child-care workers could have more working parents leaving the labor force https://t.co/5DuY8vZA0i
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13:11 Fri 24
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A lack of child-care workers could have more working parents leaving the labor force https://t.co/4r88Fy9XKx
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@business
16:59 Fri 24
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Silicon Valley funded an effort to airlift Facebook employees, aid workers and, at the last minute, the airline pac https://t.co/IWYtTSOi9p
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10:50 Fri 24
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U.S. pension fund to vote against Aramco chair for Reliance board - BloombergQuint https://t.co/UkEjTR4BUD https://t.co/dCmQN225K5
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cnn
22:33 Fri 24
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Judge orders Trump Org. to address subpoenas by New York attorney general for company records
A New York judge has ordered the Trump Organization to submit a report next week to the New York Attorney General in an effort to resolve a long-running dispute over subpoenas for records, according to an unsealed order.


motortransport co uk
15:52 Fri 24
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Tesco HGV drivers and warehouse staff threaten strike action over pay cut
Tesco has played down the prospect of strike action among its 3,500 HGV drivers and warehouse workers after a union claimed the supermarket didnt believe it needed to increase wages. Unite said members had rejected a below inflation 2.5% pay increase and that it was in effect a substantial real terms pay cut. It said that if drivers and other staff at four distribution centres across the UK vote to down tools then Tesco shelves will quickly empty, with Christmas [...] The post Tesco HGV drivers and warehouse staff threaten strike action over ‘pay cut’ appeared first on Motor Transport .


nytimes
06:50 Fri 24
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Europe Tightens Purse Strings to Try to Pressure Poland and Hungary
Frustrations over rule of law violations in the two countries have prompted the European Union to block payments in an effort to bolster legal action.


boston
23:03 Thu 23
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A CDC Panel Recommends Pfizer-BioNTech Boosters For Many Americans, But Not Health Workers
By a close vote of 9-6, they voted to exclude people at risk because of their occupations. The post A CDC panel recommends Pfizer-BioNTech boosters for many Americans, but not health workers appeared first on Boston.com .


foxnews
13:31 Fri 24
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NY Times stealth-edits report saying AOC faced 'powerful' pro-Israel 'lobbyists and rabbis' on Iron Dome vote
The New York Times was caught stealth-editing a report that suggested progressive lawmakers struggled to vote against funding Israel's Iron Dome amid pressures of 'powerful' voices within the Democratic Party.


marketwatch
10:28 Fri 24
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Coronavirus tally: Global cases of COVID-19 top 230.6 million, CDC head breaks with agency to recommend boosters for at-risk workers
The global tally for the coronavirus-borne illness climbed above 230.6 million on Friday, while the death toll rose to 4.73 million, according to data aggregated by Johns Hopkins University. The U.S. continues to lead the world with a total of 42.7 million cases and 684,357 deaths. The U.S. is averaging more than 2,000 deaths a day, according to a New York Times tracker, the most since late February. Advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ended a meeting Thursday with a vote to offer vaccine boosters to people 65 and older and those aged 50 to 64 who are at risk of severe illness, as the Associated Press reported. It offered the option to give younger adults with weak immune systems a booster too, while stressing that getting unvaccinated people to get their first shots remains a priority. Dr. Rochelle Walensky, head of the CDC, overruled the panel by recommending boosters also be given to front line workers, the New York Times reported. India is second by cases after the U.S. at 33.6 million and has suffered 446,368 deaths. Brazil has second highest death toll at 592,964 and 21.3 million cases. In Europe, Russia has most fatalities at 198,644, followed by the U.K. at 136.156. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.