Since the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic began, Tesla has focused heavily on reopening its manufacturing facilities. Breitbart News recently reported that Tesla plans to open its plant in Fremont, California, and has told workers their options are to violate the state’s stay-at-home orders and come to work, or stay home and forgo payment and benefits. … [Read more...] about Tesla Gives Elon Musk a $775 Million Payday
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In exchange for the patient referrals, Singh, 33, of Livermore, and others doled out $8 million in bribes, including $6 million in cash payments, U.S. Attorney David Anderson said. Some who referred patients also received various luxury items, including Golden State Warriors tickets, Louis Vuitton and Chanel handbags, pricey dinners, trips to Las Vegas and other freebies, he said. … [Read more...] about 30 charged in $115 million Bay Area Medicare fraud scheme
In the interim, tenants in need of emergency COVID-related assistance for unpaid rent, as well as homeowners currently in need of help with unpaid mortgage bills, can apply for assistance paying those bills through the Commonwealth's RAFT program (Residential Assistance for Families in Transition). There are no immigration restrictions on receipt of RAFT benefits. Tenants and homeowners having difficulty accessing RAFT benefits can contact the City's Office of Housing Stability at somervillema.gov/OHS to fill out a request for OHS assistance with those applications or call 617-625-6600 ext. 2581. … [Read more...] about Somerville Announces Additional $1.5 Million For Rental Assistance
It’s all too much for the International Air Transport Association (IATA), a trade group for the world’s carriers, which is desperate to keep people traveling by air. As IATA CEO Alexandre de Juniac said this week, “Quarantine measures are a major obstacle for air travel. No one will travel anywhere if they have to stay for two weeks in quarantine.” IATA is now projecting that the total debt accumulated by the world’s airlines will reach $550 billion by the end of this year, and he predicted this will lead to a large number of airline failures unless governments step in with financial aid. … [Read more...] about Routes: Quarantines quash air travel revival plans + more news
“Browsing for things that one doesn’t need fills the time and then clicking ‘buy now’ just naturally follows,” he said. “Consumers may find themselves on page 20 of a search result for a new pair of shoes, a place that when engaged and not bored, they would never reach.” … [Read more...] about Retail therapy for the pandemic: What have we bought and why?