Hertz Corp. must change its proposal to pay 14 top executives as much as $5.4 million in bonuses in order to win court approval for the incentive program, the judge overseeing the car renter’s bankruptcy case said.
A former vice president in Rite Aid Corp.'s compliance department avoided more than $140,000 in losses when he traded on inside information during a planned merger with Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc., the SEC told a federal court in Pennsylvania Thursday.
Koninklijke Philips NV sued computer companies including Dell Technologies Inc., Lenovo Group Ltd., HP Inc., and Intel Corp. in Delaware federal court on Thursday for allegedly infringing four patents with “digital-video capable devices.”
Three nominees for positions on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are on a path to Senate confirmation votes in coming days, a prospect that could give the workplace civil rights agency its first full complement of five commissioners during the Trump era.
An asthmatic employee may work from home due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and their Massachusetts employer can’t force them to return to the office, a federal judge ruled, barring the worker’s termination for at least 60 days.
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