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California Highway Patrol tells Motherboard it is recommending charges to the District Attorney and is investigating his social media.
Union organizers claim Amazon also tried to remove them from outside a Staten Island warehouse by calling the NYFD.
The original creator is alleging Babel misused funds and paid a developer that "didn't actually work on the project."
Fast food companies hope wage hikes will attract workers despite the industry's particularly unsafe and exploitative workplaces.
There's no reason to take the coup-plotting agency at face value, but many commentators have done just that for the past week.
"I made this as a joke, no one told you to buy this shit, it's called SCAM you stupid motherfucker."
This is another step by the Biden administration towards enforcing labor laws that so-called gig economy companies currently skirt.
In a video, CEO Jack Conte said the layoffs were part of plan to changes to how Patreon would operate internally and develop its platform.
In a blog post dismissing reporting on Oracle's role in Chinese surveillance programs, executive Ken Glueck asked readers to email him information about the reporter.
NYU President Andrew Hamilton called the strike "unwarranted" and insisted graduate student workers were demanding too much.
In addition to banning political talk, the software company will cancel certain benefits and end employee working groups while putting decisions solely in the hands of executives.
A community board for a wealthy NYC neighborhood apparently thought giving their delivery drivers access to restaurant facilities was not necessary.