If you regularly clock 30 hours a week, and if your employer is large enough, they should be providing health insurance, according to the Affordable Care Act. The Las Vegas-based company confirmed Tuesday that while it has closed its small office in Yokohama, it plans to continue efforts to build elsewhere in Japan.
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This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. PBN subscribers get ahead with unlimited access to PBN news, information, and insights from our editorial team, research and data, webinars and much more. Stay up to date with PBN’s Morning Call & Daily Edition newsletters. Leon Cooperman ranted on CNBC that the idea of a “fair share” is a “bullshit concept” that just attacks wealthy people. Free trading apps like Robinhood have seen an influx of new users ― and the video game retailer’s stock surge is tied into that. Bezos will become executive chair of the company later this year. January 29, 2021 • New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will allow indoor dining at New York City restaurants on Feb. 14, if coronavirus cases continue along their downward trend.
The immediate culprit is the pandemic, which has triggered a geographical shift for investors and tech workers from the Bay Area to cheaper climes. Startups and venture capitalists have demonstrated that they can still cut deals despite lack of physical proximity, removing one of the rationales for piling into the region’s overpriced real estate in the first place. Nicolás Rivero shows how Silicon Valley is losing its place at the table. The shift to smaller tech hubs has been going on for years, but the pandemic gave it a push. While Silicon Valley isn’t dead yet, the data shows it is beginning to give up ground to smaller startup hubs across the country. These are the core obsessions that drive our newsroom—defining topics of seismic importance to the global economy.
How this mad lib resulted in the biggest short squeeze in years. January 30, 2021 • “People are tired of being at home, ” one travel advisor says as an industry decimated by the pandemic begins to see small signs that a recovery might be on the way. January 31, 2021 • Israel paid a premium, locked in an early supply of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines and agreed to share data from Israel’s centralized trove of medical statistics. January 31, 2021 • Jaime Rogozinski, a former moderator of the now-famous Reddit forum that sent GameStop stock soaring, saw the chaos coming. For too long, Wall Street has been “an invite-only club, ” he says.
The project by developer Jeff LaPour of LaPour Partners will feature six buildings totaling 338, 776 square feet, all built in one phase, a news release said. Allegiant Air’s parent on Wednesday reported a loss of $184. 1 million last year. The loss ended the company’s streak of 17 consecutive profitable years. The top executive for Las Vegas-based GameCo has been recommended for licensing, but not before two hours of testimony involving allegations from a competitor company. Warby Parker has signed a lease in Las Vegas to open an optical lab that will help the brand fulfill online and in-store orders. RT’s Boom Bust investigates A buying frenzy has swept the silver market as the Reddit community rushed over to commodities, with the price of the white metal soaring to an eight-year high this week.