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A tweet from The Federalist's publisher saying he would send employees "back to the salt mine" if they tried to unionize was an "obvious threat" that violated federal labor law, the National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesday, ordering him to delete the tweet.
Congress shouldn't remove a set of provisions from the U.S. Department of Defense's budget aimed at shoring up the effects of the Federal Communications Commission's decision to let Ligado Networks build out a mobile network next to airwaves used by the military, industry heavyweights say.
The biggest blank check company in cannabis on Tuesday created a marijuana powerhouse valued at nearly $1.2 billion and featuring rapper Jay-Z as its leading visionary, in a deal steered by 10 firms including Paul Hastings LLP, Cooley LLP and Reed Smith LLP.
A Florida bankruptcy judge on Tuesday signed off on the Chapter 11 reorganization plan for movie theater operator Cinemex Holdings USA Inc. that its attorneys say will allow it to jettison about $200 million in debt and return as a leaner and more competitive business.
The U.S. Supreme Court must not seal a bleak future for TV networks by maintaining Federal Communications Commission ownership restrictions that prevent local stations from combining, major broadcasters wrote in amicus briefs filed Monday.