Google Will End Forced Arbitration For Employees

US To Assessment Qualcomm's Proceedings About Apple iPhone Patents

Google mentioned it will no longer require current and future staff to go through mandatory arbitration for disputes with the corporate. “The change goes into effect on March 21,” experiences CNET. “The search giant will also remove mandatory arbitration from its own employment agreements with contract and temporary staff, though …

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What could presumably well ‘Mueller report’ watch treasure?

What could presumably well 'Mueller report' watch treasure?

Image copyright Alamy It's been more than 21 months since former FBI Director Robert Mueller was appointed to head a special investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election "and related matters". Now, according to multiple media reports, the end is drawing near. But what does that mean? Time Magazine senior editor Ryan Teague…

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US actor alleged hoax assault ‘deplorable’

US actor alleged hoax assault 'deplorable'

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionJussie Smollett: What Chicago Police say happened A Chicago judge has said charges that US actor Jussie Smollett staged a hoax hate crime against himself are "utterly outrageous" and "despicable" if true. The 36-year-old African-American actor is accused of filing a fake police report claiming he was…

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Teenage Tolkien’s early glimpses of Middle Earth

Teenage Tolkien’s early glimpses of Middle Earth

Before The Lord of the Rings, and even before The Hobbit, JRR Tolkien had his paintings. And maps. And even a secret language. A new exhibition in New York brings together the life’s work that went into creating his famous "Middle Earth". Editor: Joni Mazer-Field, Camera: Henry Morton, Music: Gene D’Andrea, Producer: Mat Morrison

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Bowser takes over at Nintendo of The usa

Image copyright Nintendo / BBC Image caption Doug Bowser, right, will take over the firm in April. He shares a name with one of Super Mario's most formidable foes In what is surely one of the most charming cases of nominative determinism ever, it has been announced the new head of Nintendo of America will…

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Ex-Trump adviser spared jail over gun put up

Ex-Trump adviser spared jail over gun put up

Image copyright EPA Long-time Trump confidant Roger Stone has been spared jail after posting a photo of gun crosshairs over a judge. But Judge Amy Berman Jackson slapped Mr Stone with a strict gag order that bars him from public comment on his case. Mr Stone had posted on Instagram an image of a gun…

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Venezuela to shut border with Brazil

Venezuela to shut border with Brazil

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Opposition figures scuffled with national guardsmen on the road taken by the convoy Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has announced he is closing the border with Brazil on Thursday night as a row over foreign humanitarian aid continues. The embattled leftist leader went on TV to say that he was also…

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New York City admits distress-relief fraud

New York City admits distress-relief fraud

Image copyright Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images Image caption Engineers from New York's Department of Environmental Protection assess the damage New York City will return $5.3m (£4m) to the US government after admitting in a settlement to fraudulently billing damage charges after Hurricane Sandy. Wednesday's settlement states that the city falsely claimed a number of Department of…

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World’s greatest bee found alive

World's greatest bee found alive

Image copyright Clay Bolt Image caption A single female Wallace's giant bee was found The world's biggest bee has been re-discovered, after decades thought lost to science. The giant bee - which is as long as an adult's thumb - was found on a little-explored Indonesian island. After days of searching, wildlife experts found a…

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