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New York City passes protections for food delivery drivers

New York City lawmakers enacted a package of laws aimed at improving working conditions and wages for app-based workers, making the city one of the first in the country to aggressively regulate the food delivery business, which is dominated by DoorDash Inc., Grubhub, and Uber Technologies Inc. 


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BASD keeps COVID numbers manageable

With masks mandated in all school districts across the state, most schools’ goal for the 2021-22 school year is to keep their doors open and continue with face-to-face learning.

Fed signals bond-buying taper may start soon

As the US central bank’s shift away from economic crisis measures gets traction, the Federal Reserve indicated on Wednesday that it will likely begin cutting its monthly bond purchases as soon as November, and that interest rate hikes may come sooner than planned.

Should staff return to the office?

As the government continues to relax Covid-19 induced restrictions, businesses whose staff have been working predominantly from home over the past year or so are beginning to think about returning to the workplace.

Former rep Boccieri seeks to fix health care

John Boccieri of Poland was one of 21 former Democratic House members who wrote President Joe Biden and Democratic leadership in 2010 urging them to “complete the work” on securing the Affordable Care Act after losing their seats in 2010 — in part due to their votes in support of the law

Workhorse pulls out of protest over trucks

Workhorse Group Inc., an early equity investor in Lordstown Motors Corp., has voluntarily dropped its objection against the US Postal Service’s decision to award a lucrative contract to a competitor to develop the mail carrier’s next-generation delivery truck to a competitor.

U.S. easing restrictions for foreign flights

In a major relaxation of pandemic travel restrictions, the United States announced Monday that foreigners will be able to fly into the country this fall if they have proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test — changes that will replace a patchwork of rules that had kept out many non-citizens and irritated allies in Europe and beyond where virus cases are lower.

Jobs available as a Contract Manager

Performance of an organization is also a large part of the role. Companies are always trying to reduce costs and improve company performance. However, contract management is a very time-consuming part of every business, so there is always a need for efficient contract managers

Carmel airline headquarters move will bring 2000 jobs

The mayor of Carmel stated Monday that Republic Airways intends to relocate training operations and the company’s corporate offices to a section of US Route 31 in the city. According to a city announcement, the project is estimated to create approximately 2,000 new jobs in Carmel.


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