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Japan sushi boss pays $117,000 for endangered tuna

Date: Tue, 5. January 2016 01:00:07
A Japanese sushi boss paid more than $117,000 Tuesday for a giant bluefin tuna as Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market held its last New Year auction ahead of a much-needed modernisation move. Bidding stopped at a whopping 14 million yen for the enormous 200-kilogram (440-pound) fish -- a threatened species -- that was caught off Japan's northern coast. The population of Pacific bluefin tuna is set to keep declining "even if governments ensure existing management measures are fully implemented", Amanda Nickson, director of Global Tuna Conservation at the Pew Charitable Trusts, said in a release.

CHINA: Carrefour admits expansion challenges

Date: Wed, 5. March 2014 12:48:00
Carrefour has admitted its moves into China's tier-two and tier-three cities have not paid off to the extent the retail giant hoped.

The U.S. Pays Millions for 'Ghost' Teachers, Students

Date: Thu, 10. November 2016 00:01:00
Auditors found a substantial disconnect between the number of students and teachers paid for on the books, and the number who really attended school.

Johnson & Johnson fined $2.2bn

Date: Mon, 4. November 2013 18:20:31
Drugs giant Johnson & Johnson agrees to pay more than $2.2bn (1.4bn) to settle allegations it paid doctors and pharmacies to promote its medicines.

Thames Water paid no corporation tax

Date: Mon, 10. June 2013 09:33:00
Thames Water, the UK's biggest water firm, paid no corporation tax this financial year despite making 145m in pre-tax profit.

Spicer Won't Get a Contributor Gig With Big News Networks

Date: Tue, 19. September 2017 19:59:00
Despite his turn at the Emmy Awards, news network sources tell NBC News that Spicer will not be a paid contributor for any of the five major organizations.

J.C. Penney's return to old holiday playbook pays off with 10% sales jump

Date: Tue, 3. December 2013 17:56:00
The return of old holiday playbook by J.C. Penney Co.'s Chief Executive Mike Ullman has paid off, at least in the first round of fight this holiday.

Air Show Pilots Pay Tribute to Comrade Killed in Crash

Date: Sun, 29. May 2016 00:51:57
Air show pilots at a Bethpage air show paid tribute in an aerial salute known as the "missing man formation" a day after the deadly crash.

Stagehands who worked Stones concert have paychecks bounce

Date: Wed, 5. August 2015 08:39:12
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) ? About half of the 200 unionized stagehands who worked last month's Rolling Stones concert outside Buffalo are still waiting to get paid.

Interns At Tech Companies Are Better Paid Than Most American Workers

Date: Tue, 6. December 2016 03:05:24
According to a survey conducted by Jesse Collins, a senior at Purdue University and former Yelp intern, interns at tech companies make much more money on an annualized basis than workers in the vast majority of other occupations. From a report on Quartz: About 300 of the nearly 600 people who responded to the survey said they had received internship offers from big companies like Facebook, Twitter, Yelp, and Goldman Sachs for 2017. On average, the internship recipients said they would be paid $6,500 per month, the equivalent of $78,000 per year (the survey is still open, so results may change). Many also said they would receive more than $1,000 worth of stipends per month for housing and travel or signing bonuses. Internships typically run for a summer, but we've annualized the numbers. If the average intern who responded to Collins' survey were to work for a year, he would make $30,000 more than the average annual income for all occupations in the U.S., which is $48,000. Of the 1,088 occupation categories within which the Bureau of Labor Statistics tracks average income, workers in only about 200 of them on average make more money in a year than the intern would. Read more of this story at Slashdot.

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