The Justice Department directed the Treasury Department to hand over former President Donald Trump’s tax returns to Congress, a move that means six years of Trump’s personal and business financial information could become public.
The Chemours Co. is working quickly and effectively to reduce air and water releases of the PFAS it makes as well as the chemicals left by its predecessor, its new CEO, Mark E. Newman, told Bloomberg Law.
Employers like Abercrombie & Fitch Co., Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., and Target Corp. are turning to TikTok to recruit and hire workers, raising concerns among employment law attorneys who advise that the practice isn’t all fun and games.
For the first time in decades, health-care costs for large employers went down in 2020—albeit modestly. But neither employees nor smaller companies benefited from the reduction in costs that resulted from fewer elective procedures and fewer visits to the doctor during the height of the pandemic.
Two-time Academy Award nominee Scarlett Johansson sued Walt Disney Co., claiming the biggest entertainment company in the world broke its promise to release her latest film “Black Widow” only in movie theaters when it made it available for streaming on the Disney+ video service.
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