Amish businessman ordered to pay $5.2M in scam targeting his own community – Fox Business

Amish businessman ordered to pay $5.2M in scam targeting his own community – Fox...

The SEC says the man facing civil complaints in the case took advantage of his Amish heritage. Some clients invested their life savings.
Feds charges 11th person in ongoing UAW corruption probe – msnNOW

Feds charges 11th person in ongoing UAW corruption probe – msnNOW

DETROIT (AP) — Federal prosecutors in Detroit have filed charges against an 11th person in an investigation of corruption in the United Auto Workers. Jeff Pietrzyk is charged with conspiracy.
Air Canada workers forced athlete, 12, to remove hijab at SFO, complaint says – San Francisco Chronicle

Air Canada workers forced athlete, 12, to remove hijab at SFO, complaint says –...

A complaint filed by the Bay Area office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations alleges Air Canada employees discriminated against a national squash player by forcing her to remove her hijab in the middle of a bustling tunnel at San Francisco Interna…
Biden demanded Trump release transcripts of a call where he reportedly badgered Ukraine’s leader to investigate his son 8 times

Biden demanded Trump release transcripts of a call where he reportedly badgered Ukraine’s leader...

Trump, who defended his conduct with world leaders as "always appropriate," reportedly asked Vladimir Zelensky to probe Hunter Biden in a July 25 call.
More Buckets of Icy Cold Energy Reality – Townhall

More Buckets of Icy Cold Energy Reality – Townhall

The full-court press is on for climate chaos disaster and
WeWork’s Adam Neumann Was Right About One Thing: Someone Needs to Reinvent Work – The Wall Street Journal

WeWork’s Adam Neumann Was Right About One Thing: Someone Needs to Reinvent Work –...

How was the We Co. CEO able to raise so much money? Perhaps because he took aim at the rulebook for how we work, written a century ago by Henry Ford.
Facebook suspends tens of thousands of apps in ongoing privacy investigation – Ars Technica

Facebook suspends tens of thousands of apps in ongoing privacy investigation – Ars Technica

Apps improperly obtained user data, installed malware, and committed other offenses.

Delaware judge says Tesla board must face trial over Musk’s mega-pay package – Reuters

A Delaware judge ruled on Friday that Tesla Inc's board of directors must defend at a trial Chief Executive Elon Musk's multibillion dollar pay package, which a shareholder lawsuit said unjustly enriched the head of the electric vehicle company.
Facebook suspends tens of thousands of data-scraping apps following its Cambridge Analytica investigation – Fox News

Facebook suspends tens of thousands of data-scraping apps following its Cambridge Analytica investigation –...

Facebook has suspended tens of thousands of apps that have in some way mishandled user data as the company faces a range of U.S. investigations and potential regulatory actions.
Inside Airbnb, Employees Eager for Big Payouts Pushed It to Go Public – The New York Times

Inside Airbnb, Employees Eager for Big Payouts Pushed It to Go Public – The...

Tension has grown among a 6,000-person work force as it waits to sell company shares, people with knowledge of the situation said.