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Paid family leave gets good reviews in Rhode Island as Obama pushes for change nationwide

Date: Mon, 25. May 2015 13:33:49
As President Barack Obama pushes for a federal law to get paid leave to care for a new baby or an ailing relative, residents of one of the three states that already provide it sing its praises, hinting at the reception it could receive if rolled out nationally. Rhode Island last year began allowing workers to take up to four weeks of paid leave.

'I Expect to Be Paid Equally.' BBC's China Editor Quits Over Pay Gap

Date: Mon, 8. January 2018 02:32:59
After she learned that her male counterparts made 50% more than her

Nintendo Switch will get its own paid online service

Date: Fri, 13. January 2017 00:17:53
Nintendo is joining the likes of Sony and Microsoft and launching its own paid online subscription service for the new Switch console. Details are thin beyond staples like voice chat, but the company confirmed at its Switch launch event in Tokyo today that a premium online service would replace its previous model of letting players access multiplayer for free. Nintendo stresses that it will be an improvement over its past game-specific services.

Paid, non-disclosed Xbox One endorsements land Machinima in hot water with FTC

Date: Wed, 2. September 2015 14:21:00
Payments of up to $30,000 for video endorsements of the Xbox One have gotten an online entertainment network in hot water with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission because the company failed to disclose the deals.Machinima, which helped market the Xbox One, engaged in deceptive advertising by keeping the paid endorsements of the gaming console under wraps, the FTC said Wednesday.Machinima, a so-called next-generation video entertainment network for the gamer lifestyle, paid two Xbox One endorsers a total of $45,000 for producing YouTube videos, and promised to pay a larger group of so-called online influencers $1 for every 1,000 page views, up to $25,000, the FTC said.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Fla. clerk charged with theft after allegedly stealing stripper fees

Date: Sat, 2. September 2017 20:04:40
A Florida municipal employee was charged with theft after allegedly pocketing the $75 fee paid by exotic dancers because most of the strippers paid in cash.

The FBI reportedly paid Carnegie Mellon University $1 million to attack Tor

Date: Wed, 11. November 2015 23:26:05
Encryption service Tor was designed to keep its users anonymous, but early last year, it was compromised, handing reams of information about people who used the software to view the "dark web" to an unknown party. Now the non-profit Tor Project that develops and maintains the anonymity software thinks it has its culprit. The group says that Tor was cracked by the FBI, with the help of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, who were allegedly paid $1 million for their work.

FCC fines Sinclair Broadcasting Group $13M for airing paid content as news

Date: Thu, 21. December 2017 22:13:46
The FCC proposed a $13.4 million fine against the Sinclair Broadcasting Group Thursday for running paid programming during news programs without disclosure.

Accrington chairman accuses Premier League of 'destroying the game'

Date: Tue, 9. May 2017 10:22:21
Accrington chairman Andy Holt has launched a scathing attack on the Premier League over the size of contracts paid to top-flight players and their agents. Newspaper reports claim Zlatan Ibrahimovic is paid more than A 350,000 per week by Manchester United, and that agent Mino Raiola pocketed A 41million from the deal that brought Paul Pogba to Old Trafford.

Arizona Cops On Paid Leave After Video Shows Them Beating Unarmed Man

Date: Wed, 6. June 2018 18:57:40
Four Arizona police officers have been placed on administrative leave after

Gold trader says he paid bribes to get out of Turkish jail in 2013

Date: Mon, 4. December 2017 13:56:37
A Turkish-Iranian gold trader testifying at the trial of a Turkish bank executive in a New York federal court said Monday that he paid bribes to secure his release from jail in Turkey in 2013 after he was arrested there in a corruption investigation. The trader, Reza Zarrab, has not testified as to who received the bribes. Zarrab is testifying for U.S. prosecutors against Mehmet Hakan Atilla, an executive at Turkey's state-owned Halkbank facing related charges.

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