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|People Moves: DUAL Hires Chief Risk Officer, Actuarial Lead; Allianz Nabs Chubb COO to Head N.A. Financial Lines
DUAL Hires Chief Risk Officer and Actuarial Lead DUAL North America, Inc., based in Naples, Florida, has hired Ranjit Jaswal as chief risk officer and Luke Wolmer as senior vice president of actuarial and data analytics. Jaswal brings over 25 …
POSTED FEBRUARY 03, 2023 5:34 PM
|People Moves: Beavers promoted to VP of Client Solutions at RYZE Claim Solutions; Alera Appoints Midwest Regional Managing Director
RYZE Claim Solutions Names Beavers Vice President of Client Solutions Teresa Beavers has been promoted to vice president of client solutions at RYZE Claim Solutions. Beavers, who has 33 years of experience in the claims industry, joined RYZE in 2001 …
POSTED FEBRUARY 03, 2023 5:34 PM
|Police Settle La. Suit Over 2020 Beating of Black Man
SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) – A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit filed by a Black man who said police officers in a Louisiana city threw him to the ground, slammed his face into the sidewalk and detained him in …
POSTED FEBRUARY 03, 2023 5:31 PM
|Texas Winter Storm Cancels Flights, Keeps Thousands Without Power
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – A mess of ice, sleet and snow lingered across much of the southern U.S. on Thursday as thousands in Texas endured freezing temperatures with no power, including many in the state capital of Austin, but a …
POSTED FEBRUARY 03, 2023 5:25 PM
|Illinois Supreme Ct.: 5-Year Statute of Limitations Applies to Biometric Privacy Claims
Plaintiffs have five years to file claims to allege violations of the Illinois Biometric Privacy Act, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday, rejecting arguments by business advocates that a one-year statute of limitations should apply. In a 5-0 decision, the …
POSTED FEBRUARY 03, 2023 5:21 PM
|FedEx Loses Bid to Undo $366M Racial Bias Verdict, Files Appeal
A U.S. judge rejected FedEx Corp’s request to throw out or reduce a jury’s $366 million damages award to a Black former employee who said the package delivery company fired her after she complained about racial discrimination. FedEx appealed the …
POSTED FEBRUARY 03, 2023 3:57 PM
|Family of Ugandan Awarded $10.5M for Utah Park Death
Family members of a Ugandan human rights activist killed in an accident at Arches National Park will get more than $10 million in damages, a federal judge ruled. Though the amount was substantially less than pursued, attorneys representing the family …
POSTED FEBRUARY 03, 2023 3:39 PM
|PG&E to Face Manslaughter Trial Over Deadly California Fire
Pacific Gas & Electric will face trial for manslaughter over its role in a 2020 wildfire in Northern California that killed four people, a judge ruled Wednesday. The judge in Shasta County ruled after a preliminary hearing that there was …
POSTED FEBRUARY 03, 2023 3:12 PM
|Securities Fraud Trial Over Elon Musk’s 2018 Tweets Draws to a Close
A lawyer for Tesla Inc. shareholders who claim Elon Musk deceived them when he tweeted that he had secured funding to take his electric car company private is expected to make closing arguments to a San Francisco jury on Friday. …
POSTED FEBRUARY 03, 2023 2:45 PM
|Ethics Panel Recommends Georgia Appeals Court Judge Be Removed From Office
Georgia’s Supreme Court should permanently remove a state appeals court judge accused of ethical misconduct, a judicial discipline panel recommended in a report released Monday. The three-member state panel said Christian Coomer flouted ethics rules on how a lawyer should …
POSTED FEBRUARY 03, 2023 2:34 PM
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|U.S. military shoots down suspected Chinese surveillance balloon
The U.S. military on Saturday shot down a suspected Chinese surveillance balloon, according to media reports.
POSTED FEBRUARY 04, 2023 8:52 PM
|U.S. plans to stop buying Covid shots for the public this fall. Here's what that means for you
Under the Affordable Care Act, most Americans would still get their Covid shots for free once the vaccine program goes commercial.
POSTED FEBRUARY 04, 2023 4:47 PM
|Some of Wall Street's biggest names are exposed to the Adani Enterprises plunge
Shares of India's Adani Enterprises have plummeted over the past week after the publication of an extensive critical report from U.S. short-seller Hindenburg Research.
POSTED FEBRUARY 03, 2023 2:47 PM
|2016 Trump campaign in $450,000 lawsuit settlement voids worker non-disclosure pacts
The settlement comes as former President Donald Trump is running for the 2024 presidential nomination, which could set up a rematch with President Joe Biden.
POSTED FEBRUARY 04, 2023 8:20 PM
|Here's why you don't bring a trader knife to a bull gunfight — and other lessons for navigating this new market
This market is all about finding great stocks, not just merely good stocks.
POSTED FEBRUARY 04, 2023 6:05 PM
|How the end of Netflix password sharing will change the way families watch, especially the ones with college-age children
Netflix will target password sharing by US subscribers starting March. Families not all living in the same home, such as college students, are a likely target.
POSTED FEBRUARY 04, 2023 6:32 PM
|27-year-old pays $1,850/month to live in an old NYC laundromat: 'I knew true community as a child and I know it again now'
Sampson Dahl found the former laundromat online and has lived in the space for four years. It was last a working laundromat in 2005.
POSTED FEBRUARY 04, 2023 5:39 PM
|Jury finds Musk, Tesla not liable in securities fraud trial following 'funding secured' tweets
Tesla CEO Elon Musk was found not liable in a shareholder class-action suit stemming from 2018 tweets in which he said he was considering taking Tesla private.
POSTED FEBRUARY 04, 2023 1:42 AM
|A flurry of earnings, another Fed rate hike, signs of a new bull market — and what's ahead next week
Market moves suggest we could be in the early days of a new bull market, particularly if Fed Chair Jerome Powell is able to engineer a soft landing.
POSTED FEBRUARY 04, 2023 3:00 PM
|Inside the 'Wormhole,' Relativity Space's monster factory 3D-printing reusable rockets
Relativity Space uses a novel approach to manufacturing launch rockets out of mostly 3D-printed structures and parts.
POSTED FEBRUARY 04, 2023 5:56 PM
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