As part of the Title VI public outreach process in advance of possible route and fare changes vis-a-vis the impending streetcar and its concomitant changes to fixed route bus service, Sun Tran will have an… 273 more words
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It’s okay to like Cheerios on Facebook, or to download a coupon for Haagen-Dazs — you can still sue the company that makes them.
That’s the message from food giant General Mills, which has backtracked on a policy that seemed to require customers to agree to arbitration if they interacted with the company and its brands in any way, including online. 171 more words
In case you missed anything, here’s a quick roundup of some of the news that powered Re/code this week.
- If you were counting on tech industry business leaders to take a hard stand against the proposed Comcast-Time Warner merger, … 407 more words
I can rant on about this at length, but by changing the benefits system and cutting benefits for those that really need benefit, instead of to those few who are ripping off the system and who are bright enough to manipulate it, the UK Government are supposedly trying to save the Country money. 1,984 more words
Big changes could be in store for Kentucky if Williams and Boardwalk Pipeline Partners have their way. The two companies have teamed up in an attempt to build a pipeline that will span from Bracken County to Breckinridge County and 16 others in between1, and will have capacity to transport over 6 million gallons of natural gas liquids a day2. 743 more words