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Date: Sat, 17. August 2013 14:41:00
New submitter digitalFlack writes "Apparently Martin Manley has been a popular blogger and newspaper journalist for many years. For his own reasons, no indication of illness, he decided sixty years on this planet was enough. He designed a 40-page website with sections such as: 'Why Suicide?' and 'Why Age 60?.' Martin planned his suicide meticulously, but to manage his legacy, he picked Yahoo. He even pre-paid for five years. After he left this mortal coil on his 60th birthday, Yahoo decided they don't want his traffic, so they took the site down. Sorry, Martin." Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Date: Sun, 13. January 2013 09:53:08
Instead of getting paid for officiating nuptials, county clerk Mary Melfi gives the money to a group that helps victims of domestic violence in New Jersey. NBC?s Diana Alvear reports. (TODAY)
Date: Sat, 8. August 2015 01:01:41
STLtoday.comWill your boss match Netflix's yearlong paid leave?STLtoday.comNetflix stirred envy in sleep-deprived parents nationwide by saying it will give its employees up to a year of paid leave after the birth or adoption of a child. But outside of hypercompetitive Silicon Valley, don't hold your breath for your boss to ...Bringing Paternity Leave Into the MainstreamNDTVMicrosoft to increase paid parental leave timeDispatch TimesPaid leave benefits are on the riseUSA TODAYJunior College -San Francisco Chronicle (subscription)all 302 news articles »
Date: Wed, 28. May 2014 11:30:01
LOS ANGELES (AP) ? Once again, media company CEOs are among the highest paid executives in the nation, occupying six of the top 10 earning spots according to an Associated Press/Equilar study.
Date: Fri, 6. January 2017 20:43:52
WASHINGTON (AP) ? The FBI on Friday released 100 pages of heavily censored documents related to its agreement with an unidentified vendor to hack into an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino, California, shooters, but it did not identify whom it paid to perform the work or how much it cost.
Date: Wed, 14. January 2015 17:05:11
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will announce on Thursday a handful of initiatives to boost paid leave and sick time, White House adviser Valerie Jarrett said in a statement. "President Obama will call on Congress to pass the Healthy Families Act, which would allow millions of working Americans to earn up to seven days a year of paid sick time ? and call on states and cities to pass similar laws," she wrote in a post on LinkedIn. ...
Date: Sat, 28. November 2015 21:06:36
Zap2ItTeary-eyed Liam Hemsworth reveals: Big brother Chris paid off all their ...Zap2ItChris Hemsworth plays Thor in the movies ? but in the eyes of his parents, he's just as much of a superhero in real life. And as his proud little brother is revealing in a teary-eyed new interview, the star recently vanquished the most evil of foes ...Chris Hemsworth paid off his parents' debtAtlanta Journal ConstitutionChris Hemsworth Pays off Parents' DebtsChinatopixLiam Hemsworth reveals Chris Hemsworth paid off all their parents' debtsEntertainment WeeklyMonsters and Critics.com -Hollywood Reporterall 70 news articles »
Date: Wed, 15. April 2015 23:10:50
Political consultant's firm paid for ad on late auditorArizona Daily StarJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) ? A Missouri political consultant says he personally paid for a radio attack ad on the late state Auditor Tom Schweich during Schweich's bid for governor. Jeff Roe, the founder of a Kansas City political consulting firm, said in a ...and more »
Date: Fri, 30. March 2018 08:04:36
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Comcast would support a ban on paid prioritization as long as there is an exception for "specialized services" that benefit consumers, a company executive said this week. Comcast Senior Executive VP David Cohen, who is generally the public face in Comcast's dealings with government policymakers, spoke about paid prioritization at the Free State Foundation's Telecom Policy Conference on Tuesday. (Video available on C-SPAN's website; the segment begins at 2:20.) "How about if we agree to a prohibition on paid prioritization and we have a limited exception created in some way for this concept of specialized services," Cohen said. Cohen's suggestion of a paid-prioritization ban with an exception for specialized services is similar to an early version of net neutrality rules that was passed in 2010 but thrown out in court in 2014. (The FCC was able to impose stricter net neutrality rules in 2015; that's the set of rules that is being thrown out by the current FCC.) The FCC in 2010 said that specialized services may share capacity with broadband networks but wouldn't be the same as regular broadband. There has never been a great definition of the term, but the 2010 FCC said that broadband providers' facilities-based VoIP and Internet Protocol-video offerings would be included. These services "differ from broadband Internet access service and may drive additional private investment in broadband networks and provide end users valued services, supplementing the benefits of the open Internet," the FCC said at the time. Under the 2010 rules, ISPs could have charged other companies for the right to offer specialized services over broadband networks. Cohen didn't say exactly what types of future services should be covered by an exemption for specialized services. But the services may come along soon enough, he said. "There is a recognition that something might come along that is not anti-competitive, that is pro-consumer, that is a specialized service available not to every user of the Internet, [and] that would be in consumers' interests and in the public interest," Cohen said. Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Date: Wed, 18. December 2013 01:05:20
Sky News AustraliaTony Abbott says paid parental leave may face changes to get passed by SenateABC OnlinePrime Minister Tony Abbott has signalled his signature multi-billion dollar paid parental leave scheme may face changes, as the Government works to have it passed by the Senate. The Federal Government has come under pressure to scale back the scheme, ...Tony Abbott signals he may be open to negotiations on paid parental leaveSydney Morning HeraldGovernment flags changes to parental leave schemeSBSTony Abbott flags 'negotiation' on paid parental leave schemeThe AustralianThe Guardian -Brisbane Timesall 18 news articles »
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