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Date: Tue, 9. February 2016 17:02:28
If the legislature approves, Minnesota would join California, New Jersey and Rhode Island in having paid family leave, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. All 35,000 Minnesota state employees would be eligible for the benefit, which would amount to an average of $6,200 in wages workers would receive instead of having to take unpaid leave.
Date: Sun, 24. July 2016 04:04:08
Ina Fried, reporting for Recode: It was already known that LinkedIn chose a potentially lower all-cash acquisition offer from Microsoft rather than take on the uncertainties of a stock-and-cash deal from Salesforce. But now it has been revealed that Salesforce might have been willing to go "much higher" than Microsoft's $26.2 billion, or change other terms of its bid, had it been given the chance. In a filing with regulators on Friday, LinkedIn said a board committee met on July 7 to discuss an email from Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff. "The email indicated that Party A would have bid much higher and made changes to the stock/cash components of its offers, but it was acting without communications from LinkedIn," LinkedIn said in the updated filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Date: Sat, 13. January 2018 23:32:44
Who pushed the button? Anger in Hawaii over Civil Defense bungle that told terrified islanders a MISSILE was rocketing toward them causing thousands to flee to bomb shelters and pray for their lives Former White House Chief-of-Staff Steve Bannon claims the president's lawyer paid off 100 women he had sexual encounters with, after adult actress was allegedly 'paid $130,000 hush money over 2006 tryst' Chelsea Manning to run for US Senate: Transgender former soldier who leaked classified data to WikiLeaks is seeking Democratic nomination in Maryland 'I think what he said is terrific': Ashley Judd praises James Franco's response to sexual misconduct allegations and the prominent Weinstein accuser DEFENDS the embattled actor 'Racism must be in his DNA': Rep John Lewis says he will not attend Trump's State of the Union address after the President's reported comments calling Haiti, El Salvador ... (more)
Date: Wed, 11. December 2019 23:51:57
With a 377-48 vote, the House on Wednesday passed a $738 billion defense policy bill that authorizes the creation of a Space Force as the sixth branch of the military and gives federal workers 12 weeks of paid parental leave.The bill also gives troops a three percent pay raise. The House passed a version of the bill in July, and negotiators spent the last several months working out details and making concessions. The compromise bill does not include any provisions related to President Trump's border wall, and also drops several items touted by progressive Democrats, including blocking Trump from taking military action against Iran and banning the sale of certain munitions to Saudi Arabia.The bill still has to pass in the Senate. Trump tweeted that he will sign it "immediately."More stories from theweek.com Trump's pathological obsession with being laughed at The most important day of the impeachment inquiry Jerry Falwell Jr.'s false gospel of memes
Date: Wed, 11. January 2017 00:03:42
President Barack Obama wiped away tears as he paid tribute to his teenage daughters and to Michelle Obama, his "best friend," at the emotional close of a farewell address in his adoptive city of Chicago Tuesday. "Michelle LaVaughn Robinson, girl of the south side, for the past 25 years, you have not only been my wife and mother of my children, you have been my best friend," Obama told the first lady, seated before him dressed all in black. While 18-year-old Malia was there to hear her father's farewell speech, her 15-year-old sister Sasha was not -- the most notable of a series of public absences by the teen that prompted a flurry of good natured chatter on social media, and a hashtag #SashaObama.
Date: Tue, 28. November 2017 03:07:19
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: For years, Comcast has been promising that it won't violate the principles of net neutrality, regardless of whether the government imposes any net neutrality rules. That meant that Comcast wouldn't block or throttle lawful Internet traffic and that it wouldn't create fast lanes in order to collect tolls from Web companies that want priority access over the Comcast network. This was one of the ways in which Comcast argued that the Federal Communications Commission should not reclassify broadband providers as common carriers, a designation that forces ISPs to treat customers fairly in other ways. The Title II common carrier classification that makes net neutrality rules enforceable isn't necessary because ISPs won't violate net neutrality principles anyway, Comcast and other ISPs have claimed. But with Republican Ajit Pai now in charge at the Federal Communications Commission, Comcast's stance has changed. While the company still says it won't block or throttle Internet content, it has dropped its promise about not instituting paid prioritization. Instead, Comcast now vaguely says that it won't "discriminate against lawful content" or impose "anti-competitive paid prioritization." The change in wording suggests that Comcast may offer paid fast lanes to websites or other online services, such as video streaming providers, after Pai's FCC eliminates the net neutrality rules next month. Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Date: Sat, 18. June 2016 04:04:07
Joshua Brustein, reporting for Bloomberg: In early March, Kickstarter quietly sent shareholders a dividend. In the wider world of business, such an action would be unremarkable. More than 80 percent of the companies in the S&P 500 pay dividends, and many smaller companies do, too. But divvying up quarterly profits with shareholders is unheard of among tech startups. People who follow the venture capital industry were hard-pressed to come up with a single example of a VC-backed startup that has ever paid regular dividends. Doing so would be a rejection of the industry's basic math. VCs bet that they can find the few companies that will generate enormous payouts by going public or getting acquired; the rest fail. There's not supposed to be anything in between. "It sounds strange for a VC-backed company as it means they're taking out and distributing money versus investing it in the business," said Anand Sanwal, the chief executive officer of research firm CB Insights. Paying a dividend, which the company didn't make public, is just the latest example of Kickstarter's heterodoxy. Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Date: Fri, 12. April 2013 10:32:47
Prescription drug prices are increasing fast than inflation, which means some Americans can no longer afford to pay for them. What?s driving costs: Brand-name drugs paid for by insurance that are often heavily advertised.
Date: Fri, 9. August 2013 09:05:00
Salesforce.com is raising the cost of an initial security review for paid applications in its AppExchange store from US$300 to $2,700, saying the hike will allow it to deliver the reviews much faster. ?At Salesforce.com, trust is our number one value,? Salesforce.com senior vice president Ron Huddleston wrote in an official blog post this week. ?The high standards that we set for ourselves, and that our customers absolutely expect, extend to our thriving partner ecosystem through the mandatory enterprise-grade security review for all AppExchange apps.? Beginning Sept. 1, the price hike will kick in for all new paid applications, Huddleston wrote. It will still cost $150 per year to list an application on the AppExchange and those offered free of charge won?t be affected by the price change, he added. The fee for applications already in the review queue will remain at $300. In addition, ?all of the revenue from the price change will be reinvested back into the review process,? Huddleston said. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Date: Wed, 6. April 2016 00:13:54
Sydney Morning HeraldExpectant mothers given short-term reprieve on paid parental leave cutsSydney Morning HeraldSocial Services Minister Christian Porter has conceded the government will not be able to pass cuts to paid parental leave before the federal election, granting a reprieve to working mums expecting babies after July 1. But in a sign paid parental leave ...Pregnant pause on government paid parental leave plansThe Australian Financial Review'Double dipping' on paid parental leave won't be gone by July, says ministerThe GuardianBudget 2016: Government shelves plans to crack down on parental leave ?double dipping?SmartCompany.com.auAustralia Network News -NEWS.com.au -Herald Sunall 8 news articles »
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