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What lack of paid family leave means for one Texas mother

Date: Wed, 6. March 2019 12:23:35
Her baby boy Micah is just a few weeks old and already Lauren Hoffmann is back at work. Hoffmann, 29, only had five and a half weeks of accrued paid time off from her job as a college program manager in San Antonio, Texas. The young couple carefully evaluated their financial situation and decided to add the remaining two and a half weeks by dipping into their savings and leaning on other types of paid leave offered by Hoffmann's employer.

YouTube will reportedly introduce paid subscriptions this spring

Date: Tue, 29. January 2013 16:16:17
Google (GOOG) is said to be preparing paid subscription options for individual channels on YouTube, according to a report from AdAge. In its latest attempt to compete with traditional television, the company will reportedly allow a small group of producers to create channels that users will only be able to view if they pay a monthly fee. The first paid channels are said to cost somewhere between $1 and $5 each month. Google is also interested in offering content on an episodic basis and special pay-per-view events. Sources speaking to AdAge suggest that Google will introduce paid channels as early as the second quarter of this year.

Study: Gay men get paid more than straight men

Date: Wed, 6. December 2017 00:17:37
After years of getting paid less, gay men now earn more than straight men in the United States, according to a recent study.

SwiftKey for Android is now free with paid keyboard themes

Date: Wed, 11. June 2014 03:01:05
SwiftKey is doing something unusual. It's long been one of the most popular paid Android add-ons to date, but apparently that's not good enough. For about a buck each (or a few dollars for sets of themes), SwiftKey hopes you'll be willing to shell out for access to designs that will change the look of something you use on your phone numerous times each day. This is a critical shift for us," SwiftKey's chief marketing officer, Joe Braidwood, says.

3 awesome paid iPhone apps you can get for free right now

Date: Fri, 4. July 2014 11:15:04
If there is a better way to celebrate our nation?s independence than by downloading a few awesome paid iPhone and iPad apps for free, we don?t know what it is. Tons of developers have made their paid apps free to celebrate July 4th, and we?ve sifted through them all to pick out three gems. We even have a game in today?s batch, which is rare for this series. It?s a great one that harkens back to the days of NES though, and there is no better day to get nostalgic than Independence Day. Weather Dial Not another weather app! Trust us, Weather Dial is simple, positively gorgeous, and like nothing you?ve ever seen before. Stop wasting time staring at weather radars and

Parent who paid $6.5 million in college admissions scandal remains a mystery

Date: Mon, 25. March 2019 03:04:08
As the college admissions scandal unfolds, the identity of the parent who paid $6.5 million for their child or children to get into an elite college remains a mystery.

Lack of paid sick leave linked to poverty

Date: Fri, 15. June 2018 01:09:21
Workers without paid sick leave are three times more likely to have incomes below the poverty line, two new studies find.

Highest-paid musician: The 'Material Girl' out-earns Lady Gaga (+video)

Date: Sat, 23. November 2013 03:06:44
Highest-paid musician? Madonna, by a wide margin. The second and third highest-paid musicians were Lady Gaga and Bon Jovi, respectively.

Highest-paid musician: The 'Material Girl' out-earns Lady Gaga

Date: Wed, 20. November 2013 03:06:40
Highest-paid musician? Madonna, by a wide margin. The second and third highest-paid musicians were Lady Gaga and Bon Jovi, respectively.

Solar eclipse coming -- and it's $2,000 for grand view

Date: Wed, 24. May 2017 11:09:51
Oregonians are set to be the first ones in the United States to witness the solar eclipse and some have paid a whopping $2,000 for a simple luxury: unobstructed views. In an auction, 30 bidders paid $500 a night instead of the standard $28 to camp at a state park in Oregon during the "Great American Eclipse" weekend.

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