Airline introduces strict new rules

Months have passed since celebrities first wore Time’s Up pins on the red carpet, but the advocacy organization hasn’t stopped fighting for women facing harassment.

On Sunday, Ronan Farrow published another bombshell investigation in The New Yorker. In his latest story, six new women accused CBS chief executive Leslie Moonves of sexual misconduct.

Moonves, one of America’s highest-paid CEOs, stepped down hours later — but still with hope of an eventual payout from his former employer.

“As of a couple of days ago, they were still talking about potentially letting him leave with a very generous exit package, up

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Why some employers play workers to leave

Months have passed since celebrities first wore Time’s Up pins on the red carpet, but the advocacy organization hasn’t stopped fighting for women facing harassment.

On Sunday, Ronan Farrow published another bombshell investigation in The New Yorker. In his latest story, six new women accused CBS chief executive Leslie Moonves of sexual misconduct.

Moonves, one of America’s highest-paid CEOs, stepped down hours later — but still with hope of an eventual payout from his former employer.

“As of a couple of days ago, they were still talking about potentially letting him leave with a very generous exit package, up

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The case for and against gender quotas on corporate boards

Months have passed since celebrities first wore Time’s Up pins on the red carpet, but the advocacy organization hasn’t stopped fighting for women facing harassment.

On Sunday, Ronan Farrow published another bombshell investigation in The New Yorker. In his latest story, six new women accused CBS chief executive Leslie Moonves of sexual misconduct.

Moonves, one of America’s highest-paid CEOs, stepped down hours later — but still with hope of an eventual payout from his former employer.

“As of a couple of days ago, they were still talking about potentially letting him leave with a very generous exit package, up

Read More

Posted on 3 days ago

Moonves’ negotiated exit shows the power of #TimesUp

Months have passed since celebrities first wore Time’s Up pins on the red carpet, but the advocacy organization hasn’t stopped fighting for women facing harassment.

On Sunday, Ronan Farrow published another bombshell investigation in The New Yorker. In his latest story, six new women accused CBS chief executive Leslie Moonves of sexual misconduct.

Moonves, one of America’s highest-paid CEOs, stepped down hours later — but still with hope of an eventual payout from his former employer.

“As of a couple of days ago, they were still talking about potentially letting him leave with a very generous exit package, up

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Posted on 3 days ago

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I’ve got $3,600 at stake in Obamacare subsidy rulings

Retired airline worker Michael Wall has $3,600 at stake in the debate over Obamacare subsidies.

Michael Wall has $3,600 at stake in the debate over Obamacare subsidies.

Wall is one of the 4.7 million Americans closely watching dueling court decisions released Tuesday on whether the government can subsidize premiums for people who bought health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

Wall pays $657 a month on premiums for Obamacare health coverage. The government would subsidize about $300 a month, or $3,600 a year. Americans like him are anxiously waiting to see how it all plays out in court.

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Airline introduces strict new rules

Ryanair has introduced restrictive new baggage rules that risk upsetting passengers.

The budget airline said that customers will be allowed to bring only one small piece of luggage into the cabin starting in November. The bag must be small enough to fit under a seat.

Passengers will be required to pay to bring additional luggage into the cabin, or have it stowed.

Up to 95 customers per flight can pay £6 ($7.70) when they book for priority boarding and the ability to bring a 10 kilogram (22 pound) bag into the cabin. Another option is paying £8 pounds ($10.30) to

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6.8 million Americans will get an average refund of $80 from their health insurers

Thank Obamacare for your refund.

More than 6.8 million Americans will get a refund from their health insurer this summer.

Total value of the rebates will be $332 million, with an average of $80 going to each family. They’ll be issued by August 1.

Thank the Affordable Care Act for the windfall. Under one of the law’s provisions, insurers must issue refunds if they spend more than 20% of what customers pay in premiums on administration and marketing expenses, instead of medical care.

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Insurers were first required to issue these refunds in 2012, shelling out a

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