The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to consider abolishing the use of race in college admissions decisions, accepting appeals involving Harvard College and the University of North Carolina in what could be a transformational showdown for higher education.
Exela Technologies Inc. must face accusations it made misleading statements about revenue predictability after a federal judge in Texas found investors’ new allegations as to mental state sufficient to move forward.
Hundreds of union contracts will expire in 2022 at health-care facilities from Boston to Sacramento, setting up fights over staff-to-patient ratios, pay, and other safety concerns as beleaguered workers continue to battle the Covid-19 pandemic.
A titanium mine proposed near Georgia’s Okefenokee Swamp is becoming a battleground over whether developers nationwide can trust the Army Corps of Engineers’ word that planned developments won’t harm federally protected streams and wetlands.
Billions Zapped Away With Tax Cheating Software
Some restaurants and bars are skimming $30 billion dollars in sales tax annually through software called a tax zapper. We explain what zappers are, how they work, and how to put an end to them.
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