Kenneth Anand made a comfortable living as general counsel and head of business development for Adidas (ADDYY) and Kanye West’s Yeezy brand, but the lifelong sneakerhead gave that security up to follow his passion on his own terms. Anand has since co-founded fashion licensing company 380 Group and is the
By John Logan, San Francisco State University
American companies have been very successful at preventing their workers from organizing into unions in recent decades, one of the reasons unionization in the private sector is at a record low.
What you may not realize is that a handful of little-known
SportsPulse: As the Titans still deal with their COVID-19 outbreak and the Patriots come to grips with multiple positive test, Mike Jones explains how the virus’ incubation period is showing cracks in the NFL’s safety protocols.
NASHVILLE — The NFL and NFLPA are conducting an investigation into
Fans behind the #FreeBritney movement grew louder this summer as headlines sparked by probate court proceedings stoked their belief that Britney Spears should be released from the conservatorship she’s been living under since 2008. On Wednesday, the singer’s court-appointed lawyer told an L.A. judge she lacks the capacity
According to the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, 58,616 of the 1.6 million unemployment claims, and claims for the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program, which provides benefits to contractors and people who are self-employed, filed between March 8 and June 30, were determined to be fraudulent.
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This week, the U.S. government opened the entry period to participate in the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program for Fiscal Year 2022 (DV-2022), which ends on Nov. 10, 2020.
Popularly known as the visa lottery, the program will once again give away 55,000 green cards to foreigners. Participation is simple and
A fire that started in a vacant 150-year-old downtown Middletown building early Saturday morning is under investigation.
Lt. Frank Baughman, city fire marshal, said firefighters responded to the fire at the U.S. Hotel building, 34 S. Main St. about 12:14 a.m. when a passing motorist called 911 after hearing glass
Using his platform to once again help those in the Black community, Jay-Z has covered the legal fees for Alvin Cole’s mother and other protesters who are arrested during demonstrations in Wisconsin. The protests began after Milwaukee’s district attorney decided against charging police officer Joseph Mensah in the shooting death
AUSTIN (KXAN) – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is ending a controversial investigation that had top aides accusing him of bribery and misconduct.
The investigation came from a complaint made by Austin real estate mogul Nate Paul and was related to a raid by federal and state authorities of Paul’s
The FBI and Twitter are now investigating an alleged hack into C-SPAN political editor Steve Scully’s Twitter account.
Scully, who was set to moderate the second presidential debate before it was canceled, has faced intense scrutiny after a tweet to Trump foe Anthony Scaramucci.
The tweet from the “Washington Journal”
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – A federal grand jury returned an indictment today charging a Portsmouth woman with wire fraud and aggravated identity theft in connection with a scheme to defraud veterans.
According to allegations in the indictment, Rita Copeland, 59, operated “Veteran Services of the Commonwealth.”
Officials say Copeland purported
A world-renowned Harvard nanoscientist under federal indictment for allegedly failing to disclose financial ties to the Chinese government’s Thousand Talents Program and for cheating on his federal taxes now wants the university to pay his legal bills.
In a lawsuit and affidavit filed in Middlesex Superior Court, Charles M. Lieber,