Shale Country Is Out of Workers and Dangling 100% Pay Hikes

Jerry Morales, the mayor of Midland, Texas, and a neighbourhood restaurateur, is being whipsawed by the latest Permian Basin shale-oil boom. It’s fueling the region and depriving it at the same meter. Sales-tax revenue is thumping a record high, allowing…

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Sinclair Employees Say Their Contracts Make It Too Expensive to Quit

owns or controls 193 TV depots in more than 80 markets across the country and reaches an estimated 38 percent of households. This weekend, it video montage affixed over the weekend by Deadspin demo dozens of Sinclair fixes supposing such”…

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NCAA Is Headed to Another Trial Over Pay-for-Play Rules

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Heres How a No-Deal Brexit Could Create Chaos in Your Daily Life

The U.K. government has stepped up its rant about the fortunes that Britain could crash out of the European union without the peace agreements to return tell to the divorce. If the two sides can’t reach a deal, corporations will…

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Nobel Economist Thaler Says He’s Nervous About Stock Market

A buoyant and complacent stock exchange is annoying Richard H. Thaler, the University of Chicago professor who this week won the Nobel prize winner in economics. ” We seem to be living in the riskiest moment of our lives, and…

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In the Worlds Most Livable Cities, Hardly Anyone Can Afford a Home

Home ownership among young Australians has fallen to the lowest level on preserve, as an explosive asset boom mashes out all but the wealthiest. Supercharged by record low interest rates, a lack of furnish and a taxation systems that favors…

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Right after announcing he was taking a pay cut to raise employees’ salaries, business is booming.

You might have heard a fib from a few weeks ago about a CEO mentioned Dan Price and his plan to raise the starting salary for his employees to $70,000 per year. He told his employees about the change at…

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Have you ever heard of the Ludlow Massacre? You might be shocked when you see what happened.

The early 1900 s were a go of immense social convulsion in our country. During its first year leading up to the Ludlow Massacre, miners all around the country would be interested to make a better life for themselves and…

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