U.S. Commerce to ask companies seeking chips funding to provide…

Posted by February 28, 2023

WASHINGTON, Feb 27 (Reuters) - The U.S. Commerce Department said on Monday it plans to ask companies seeking at least $150 million in funding from a $52 billion

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U.S. company fined for hiring kids to clean meatpacking plants

Posted by February 17, 2023

Feb 17 (Reuters) - A major food safety sanitation company has paid $1.5 million in penalties for employing more than 100 teenagers in dangerous jobs at meatpack

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Biden calls for expanded federal medical leave, paid benefits for…

Posted by February 2, 2023

WASHINGTON, Feb 2 (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday joined former President Bill Clinton to mark the 30th anniversary of the 1993 law that allows

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Aerospace companies lose early bid to toss engineers’ antitrust claims

Posted by January 23, 2023

SummaryLaw firmsRelated documentsU.S. judge in Connecticut says 'no-poach' case can move forwardRaytheon's Pratt & Whitney division, other defendants deny c

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U.S. targets non-compete clauses that block workers from getting better…

Posted by January 5, 2023

WASHINGTON, Jan 5 (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which enforces antitrust law, proposed a rule that would ban companies from requiring workers t

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NBA is sued by fired referees who refused COVID vaccines

Posted by November 14, 2022

NEW YORK, Nov 14 (Reuters) - The National Basketball Association has been sued by three longtime referees who say the league fired them this year after they ref

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Twitter lays off staff as Musk blames activists for ‘massive’…

Posted by November 5, 2022

Musk axes around half of Twitter's workforceEmployees file class action against TwitterStaff lose access to systemsMajor advertisers pull adsNov 4 (Reuters) - T

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Exclusive: Morgan Stanley to start layoffs in coming weeks as…

Posted by November 3, 2022

HONG KONG, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Wall Street major Morgan Stanley (MS.N) is expected to start a fresh round of layoffs globally in the coming weeks, three people wi

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Legal cannabis poses a quandary for US companies screening staff…

Posted by October 6, 2022

Oct 6 (Reuters) - Workers at Wyatt Bassett's furniture factory in Virginia use powerful tools to churn out the company's trademark dressers and headboards, so s

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