But the lack of progress led Britain to publish a finance bill this year agreeing to introduce a two per cent tax on tech companies' revenue by April 2020, according to The New Statesman. … [Read more...] about Google chief executive Sundar Pichai warns the UK’s go-it-alone plans to tax tech firms are doomed to fail and claims only a multilateral approach via the OECD will work
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All non-essential employees, from coaches to custodial staff and scouts to secretaries, were ordered to work from home by the NFL. The league conducted free agency and the draft in altered forms to adhere to restrictions required to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. … [Read more...] about Orange is the new blue! Tom Brady trains with his Buccaneers teammates for the first time in Tampa as NFL teams prepare to re-open facilities
The future economic relationship has yet to be agreed upon, meaning tariffs could be imposed on traded goods between the two sides come the start of next year - a development that most economists think would further hobble an economy struggling to recover from the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Rishi’s three Rs for post-lockdown Britain: Chancellor announces plans to ‘Relight’ the economy, ‘Return’ to work and ‘Re-open’ schools (just don’t mention the worst-ever ‘Recession’)
Exotic, who was sentenced to 22 years for a murder-for-hire plot and federal wildlife violations, filed the lawsuit in May against the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Department of the Interior, along with an assistant attorney and several witnesses in the case. … [Read more...] about Joe Exotic given warning and final time extension in $89M federal suit with new lawyer as judge runs out of patience
In the weeks and months after the 9/11 attacks, New York City began to slowly recompose itself. The crater at Ground Zero smoldered, a great hellish cloud in the sky, but life needed to come back, and it did. Children went back to school, parents to work and baseball, after a short hiatus, returned to thrumming stadiums. If uncertainty bled into dread – when would we be attacked again? – New Yorkers weren’t going to show it for long. There was a recession, but the recession passed, and the 2000s roared on. The young continued to flock to New York’s glittering promise. … [Read more...] about New York faces an unprecedented crisis. Will the city I love survive Covid-19?