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DoorDash tipping practice calls for lawsuit from DC Attorney General – TechCrunch

DoorDash is facing a new mood regarding its tipping methods. This time it comes from Washington D.C. General Manager Karl Racine. In the suit, Racine accuses DoorDash of engaging in fraudulent tipping procedures while failing to provide relief to workers whose tips were taken. Racine's office first opened an investigation into DoorDash's practice in March 2019. In DC, the suit …

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The AMD share receives a further price increase from Wall Street

Text size The chip manufacturer's share has increased by 121% year to date. Photography by Harrison Broadben Wall Street analysts continue to raise their price target for shares in Advanced Micro Devices . Earlier this week Cowen analyst Matthew Ramsay increased his price target and confirmed his Outperform rating for AMD shares, citing his optimism after meeting AMD's CEO Lisa …

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NTSB urges Boeing to redesign 737s following deadly Southwest accident 2018

Federal security authorities on Tuesday recommended Boeing redesign the engine hood on thousands of the popular 737 aircraft to better withstand the impact of engine failure. The National Transportation Safety Board's recommendations come after its examination of Southwest Flight 1380. During the April 2018 flight, a fan blade interrupted one of the engines, punctured a three-panel window and briefly sucked …

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Kohl's makeover does not work – CNN

On Tuesday, the company said sales in stores that open at least one year increased by anemic 0.4% over the past quarter. Kohl's earnings fell by 24% during the quarter compared to a year ago, and the retailer lowered its outlook on the holiday shopping route. It was the second time Kohl lowered his forecast this year. CEO Michelle Gass …

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Ford Mustang Mach-E will be electric. But what does electric vehicles mean for American workers?

Electric cars represent a significant step toward reducing the dependence on fossil fuels and carbon dioxide emissions that scientists say are beginning to wreak serious havoc in the world. About 1 million workers were employed in car manufacturing, mainly for vehicles with internal combustion engines, of about 12.8 million manufacturing jobs. But analysts note that electric vehicles require significantly less …

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A massive coal plant that asked for Trump's help has gone dark

(Bloomberg) – In the end, the coal that developed the coal economy proved too much for even a giant among the power generators to handle. Kl. 12:09 p.m. local time on Monday – after losing electricity for nearly five decades – permanently shut down the largest coal-fired power plant in the western United States and became the latest testament to …

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Trump can't raise tariffs for overseas cars again: Report

Anyone who loves a good Lexus can breathe a relief of grief, the merger of Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot can get a little bumpy, and California stands firm. All this and more in the Morning Shift for November 19, 2019. 1st gear: Have laws really stopped him before? President Donald Trump was apparently obsessed with imposing tariffs on "foreign cars" …

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The Ford Mustang Mach E will immediately be profitable, says Ford CEO

Ford's recently unveiled Mustang Mach E will start producing profits "on vehicle number one," Ford CEO Jim Hackett said in an interview with Bloomberg following Ford's Sunday Mach E revealing event. Hackett specified that the car's production cost will be lower than the sales revenue from the beginning. The vehicle line will still cover the original costs of R&D before …

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GLAAD's answer to Chick-Fil-A Cave is exactly what you would expect

On Monday, The Daily Wire reported on the beloved fast-food chain Chick-fil-A stopping its donations to Christian-based charities that are considered "anti-LGBT" by the left: In an interview with Bisnow, Chick-fil -A President and Chief Operating Officer Tim Tassopoulos announced that the famous fried chicken chain plans to make significant changes in the charities it donates, in part because "as …

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