Republicans use obscure 1996 law to roll back midnight rules. Federal courts are soon likely to consider its limits.
States such as Oklahoma and North Dakota lead the way in repressing protest over pipeline and fracking activities.
The Bloomberg Intelligence Global Cannabis Competitive Peers Index—an equally weighted index of 54 stocks with significant exposure to cannabis-related operations—tripled since the start of 2015 Here is Bloomberg: “Cannabis continues to light up Main Street in both the U.S. and Canada. Twenty-eight U.S. states and the District of Columbia now have approved medical marijuana programs; eight—Alaska,… Read More The post Bloomberg Weed Index appeared first on The Big Picture.
Over 2000 former SolarCity workers allege labor violations, like denying overtime pay and bathroom breaks, as well as shoddy installations.
The focus on FCPA violations continues the DoJ’s smoke and mirrors enforcement policy, ignoring more serious corporate crime.
Sexual harassment allegations in 2004 failed to bring down the biggest star in conservative television. So why couldn’t Bill O’Reilly survive more accusations in 2017? CNN’s Tom Kludt dives into the changes, both inside and outside the halls of Fox News, that led to O’Reilly’s downfall. This is why Bill O’Reilly was fired… Read More The post Why Bill O’Reilly Was Fired appeared first on The Big Picture.
"Fintech" provider Lyric Financial is out to take advantage of financially unsophisticated musicians. Hipness is part of the ruse.