Category Archives: Business

Report: 44 Percent of U.S. Small Businesses Have Less than 3 Months’ Worth of Cash

More than 18 months into the pandemic, bakery owner Letha Pugh is so low on cash that she’s afraid to spend it on anything other than paying her employees. She’s hardly alone: 44% of U.S. small businesses have less than … Continue reading

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Biden administration to order large employers to mandate Covid-19 vaccine or weekly testing

This requirement will come in the form of a rule from the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration and will apply to all federal employees, federal contractors, and businesses with 100 or more employees. Businesses that fail to … Continue reading

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Pandemic Start-Up Boom Doesn’t Show Signs of Stopping

The pandemic seems to have boosted entrepreneurial activity so much that Americans filed paperwork to start 4.3 million businesses last year. This number is up 24 percent from the year before and by far the most since the government started … Continue reading

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Hospital Files for Bankruptcy

Americore Health and its four affiliated hospitals in Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Missouri and Arkansas filed for Chapter 11 protection, Becker’s Hospital Review reported. The three of the hospitals listed in the bankruptcy petition are: Ellwood Medical Center in Ellwood City, Alexius … Continue reading

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Houlihan’s Restaurant Chain Files for Bankruptcy

The private-equity backed operator of the Houlihan’s Restaurant + Bar chain has filed for bankruptcy protection with a deal in-hand to sell the casual dining chain to fellow restaurant operator Landry’s Inc. for $40 million and assumption of some liabilities, … Continue reading

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WeWork’s Loss Balloons to $1.25 Billon

Office-space startup WeWork lost $1.25 billion in the third quarter of 2019, as expenses far outpaced revenue growth, draining the company’s cash ahead of a bailout by SoftBank Group Corp. last month, the Wall Street Journal reported. We Co., as … Continue reading

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Restitution Remanded

Today we’re going to be visiting a summary of State of Missouri vs. Gilbert Garcia, in the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District – WD81687, regarding restitution. The court ruled the defendant had permission to charge construction items onto the … Continue reading

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Defendants Personally Liable

Today we’re going to be visiting a summary of Alpha Petroleum Company vs. Hani Daifallah, et al, in the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District – WD82222 and WD82230 rules regarding corporations and other entities. An agent making a contract … Continue reading

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Victoria’s Secret Lays Off Employees at Headquarters

Victoria’s Secret is laying off about 15 percent of the brand’s employees at its Columbus, Ohio, headquarters as the lingerie store struggles to reshape its image and the chief executive of its parent company remains under scrutiny for his ties … Continue reading

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Jawbone Trade Secrets Case Leads to 6 Fitbit Staff Indictment

In a statement released by the Department of Justice, six former and current Fitbit Inc. employees were charged for possessing trade secrets stolen from their competitor Jawbone. Each employee had worked previously at Jawbone for a minimum of a year … Continue reading

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