Category Archives: Business Leads

Federal investigation leads to recovery of over $ 850,000 for local drywall workers denied payment from occupational therapist

Regulators say construction companies are “of concern” over non-payment for overtime. Photo via Pixabay A San Diego drywall company has not paid overtime to hundreds of its employees, as required by federal law, the US Department of Labor said Thursday. New Vision Drywall Inc. – operating as Performance Drywall – “intentionally” denied overtime pay to […]

Tech Leads Equity Gains As 10-Year Yield Declines: Markets Envelope

(Bloomberg) – Tech stocks have climbed amid lower Treasury yields after data shows inflation is running at full capacity, with companies seen as better equipped to pass higher costs on to consumers without hurting their businesses. Bloomberg’s Most Read Traders also evaluated the minutes of the last Federal Reserve policy meeting, with officials broadly agreeing […]

Bryson DeChambeau Workout Tech Hunt leads to investment in Proteus Motion – Sportico.com

The story of Bryson DeChambeau’s investment in Proteus Motion’s training system began with a $ 20 Instagram ad purchase. Proteus Motion has spent years developing its signature system, an anchored arm that offers three-dimensional resistance (like performing a movement underwater) and can measure the force produced on any movement. But as the company begins to […]

De Laura leads Washington State over Oregon State 31-24

Washington State wide receiver Travell Harris carries the ball during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Oregon State on Saturday, October 9, 2021, in Pullman, Washington. Washington State won 31-24. (AP Photo / Young Kwak) Young Kwak PA PULLMAN, Wash. Laura’s Jayden threw for 399 yards and three touchdowns as Washington […]

Failure to disclose accident results in loss of benefits

A New York appeals court on Thursday upheld the loss of compensation for an injured HVAC technician after failing to disclose a car accident as a result of his workplace accident. The worker sustained an injury to his right hand while preparing the equipment for repair and his claim for compensation was established for hand […]

Growth policy review leads Missoula planning council to request zoning update

As the city wraps up its mandatory review of Missoula’s growth policy, members of the planning council are urging officials to implement the plan’s vision through zoning, saying anything less will leave the document more. than an incomplete story. The city adopted its current Our Missoula growth policy in 2015, setting a vision for land […]

Criticism of Trump Club boycott leads to clash at Palm Coast Council

Palm Coast City Council member Ed Danko said he objected to being singled out at a Tuesday city council meeting for supporting a boycott of a news website of the Flagler County, so he tried to shut down the critic. But Mayor David Alfin refused, hitting his hammer twice to silence Danko and telling him […]

Voyager Therapeutics’ shift in strategy to gene therapy technology leads to alliance with Pfizer

With its major gene therapy programs blocked by a series of setbacks, Voyager Therapeutics has been talking for months about refocusing its business on in-house technology that finds the capsids, the protein envelopes that envelop gene therapy and deliver it into a target cell. This strategy is starting to bear fruit, as Pfizer has signed […]

Group of Women and Psychology Expert Believe Kindness Leads to Resolution | Together we raise

Twelve San Antonio women eventually agreed to interview about six years of random acts of kindness. They made the decision, hoping others would do the same. SAN ANTONIO – A courteous but curious email chain. A few phone calls. The members-only lunch at the Giraud Club gave twelve San Antonio women time to interview the […]

COVID hoax leads San Antonio man to 15 months in federal prison

A federal jury found a San Antonio man guilty of providing false or misleading information Monday after the man tried to scare people at local grocery stores last April. Christopher Charles Perez, also known as “Christopher Robbins,” twice posted to Facebook claiming to pay someone infected with COVID-19 to lick things in stores in San […]