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Justices Asked to Lift CDC’s Sailing Restrictions on Cruises

Florida is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to free the cruise industry from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s “gauntlet of preconditions” necessary before ships can resume sailing, saying that the rules have already cost the state tens of millions of dollars in port revenue and other costs.

Peter Thiel, Palantir Co-Founders Slam ‘Emperor for Life’ Claims

Billionaire Peter Thiel and his Palantir Technologies Inc. co-founders fired back in Delaware on Friday at claims that their “class F” stock—a “flexible” security with voting power adjusted to give them a 49.99% say in any decision—illegally made them the company’s “emperor for life.”

Amazon’s Pennsylvania Loss Boosts Fever Check, Wage Suits

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s ruling that Amazon.com Inc. must compensate workers for time in security lines handed plaintiffs’ lawyers a pair of powerful new weapons to wield in wage-and-hour lawsuits targeting unpaid time, such as claims for Covid-screening pay.

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Infrastructure Bills Are Easy, Try Building Stuff

As Congress continues to debate a massive infrastructure bill, we look at five reasons why it's so difficult to build stuff in America.

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