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A woman who works for the United Auto Workers has sued the union in Michigan federal court, saying she was subjected to "pervasive" sexual harassment in the workplace, including unwanted touching and kissing.
A Delaware judge on Thursday said Borden Dairy Co. needs to show more evidence and adjust performance targets before he will approve up to roughly $4 million in bonuses for 52 employees as part of the milk and dairy supplier's Chapter 11.
A nearly unanimous House on Thursday approved a bill that would give more time and flexibility to businesses that receive forgivable loans through the Paycheck Protection Program, but Republicans defeated a proposal for public disclosure of all loans over $2 million.
The Nevada secretary of state on Thursday said he is investigating allegations that former MedMen CEO Adam Bierman sought to evade campaign finance laws by pressing a former executive to donate to a Silver State politician.
T-Mobile USA didn't flout federal labor law when it scolded a call center worker for sending a pro-union mass email to nearly 600 colleagues, the National Labor Relations Board has ruled, saying she was lawfully blocked from using her work account for organizing purposes under a recently changed board precedent.