CEOs Boosted Salaries as Workers Struggled Amid Pandemic, Study Claims
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CEOs Boosted Salaries as Workers Struggled Amid Pandemic, Study Claims
2021-06-01 14:30:48
by Reece Nations

A study conducted by the Institute for Policy Studies found that 51 of the 100 S&P 500 firms with the lowest median worker wages last year manipulated pay rules to inflate the salaries of CEOs while their frontline employees struggled.... Read More

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Supreme Court Seems Ready to Back Payments to Student-Athletes
2021-03-31 21:00:23
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — A majority of justices, representing both sides of the High Court’s ideological divide, appeared ready during oral arguments on Wednesday to allow college athletes to be compensated monetarily for their efforts. In doing so, they also signaled they... Read More

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Ball In Their Court: Justices Take on NCAA Restrictions

WASHINGTON (AP) — The NCAA and former college athletes are getting ready to play ball at the Supreme Court. With the March Madness basketball tournament ongoing, the high court will hear arguments Wednesday in a case about how colleges can... Read More

They Were Hostages in Iran for 444 days. Decades later, They’re Waiting for Compensation

LOS ANGELES — Dorothea Morefield was sipping coffee at her kitchen counter when a call came in: Iranian students protesting outside the U.S. Embassy in Tehran had stormed the building, a State Department official told her. Her husband, Richard, the... Read More

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