SEOUL (Reuters) -The U.S. is expected to indefinitely extend a waiver granted to South Korean chipmakers Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix on needing licenses to bring U.S. chip equipment into China, Yonhap news agency reported on Wednesday. The U.S. Commerce Department has discussed details with the South Korean chipmakers on which equipment could be used in China, said Yonhap, citing unnamed sources, adding that the U.S. would make related announcements as early as this week. Last year, the chipmakers had received authorisation from the U.S. Commerce Department to supply equipment needed for chip production in China for a year without seeking additional licenses.
JPMorgan Chase made millions by keeping Jeffrey Epstein as a banking client. Now it faces a reckoning in federal court.
Mercedes Wedaa, a former housekeeper for Amazon.com Inc. Founder Jeff Bezos, filed a lawsuit against him and two companies responsible for managing his properties. The lawsuit, filed in November 2022 in Seattle, claims that she and other employees worked in unsafe and unsanitary conditions for extended 14-hour shifts without breaks. According to Wedaa, she was hired in 2019 with the requirement that she "work around a family without being seen." Trending: Until 2016 it was illegal for retail inv
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(Reuters) -A federal judge in Atlanta on Tuesday rejected a bid to bar a small venture capital fund from awarding grants to businesses run by Black women, in a case brought by the anti-affirmative activist behind the successful U.S. Supreme Court challenge to race-conscious college admissions policies. U.S. District Judge Thomas Thrash during a hearing denied a request by Edward Blum's American Alliance for Equal Rights for a preliminary injunction blocking Fearless Fund from considering applications for grants only from businesses led by Black women.
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Self-driving cars were a pipe dream not so long ago, but today, several companies are on the cusp of deploying them in the real world. Cathie Wood's Ark Investment Management estimates autonomous ride-sharing will generate $4 trillion in revenue over the next five years. Uber Technologies (NYSE: UBER) is currently the undisputed leader in human-driven ride-hailing, though it has been working on driverless technology for years.
In response to rising gasoline price concerns, Tai Milder, the director of California's Division of Petroleum Market Oversight (DPMO), has sent a four-page letter to Governor Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders in Sacramento. Milder's division reviewed recent data, revealing that some refineries failed to maintain adequate gasoline levels or import enough fuel to compensate for production shortfalls during the summer. These supply disruptions have contributed to the surge in prices and planned
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Even before the United Auto Workers union went on strike on September 15th, UAW President Shawn Fain put the pay and raises of the Big Three CEOs in the limelight. He has alleged (rightly so) that wage gains for the CEOs’ rank-and-file employees have not kept pace.
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Kathy Griffin expressed satisfaction regarding allegations against Russell Brand for alleged misconduct. Griffin hinted at more allegations, calling her fellow comic a “sleazebag.” She also accused Brand of sexually harassing her friend during an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, criticizing the double standards in the comedy world. Griffin highlighted women’s challenges in comedy and expressed comfort in […]
Andrew Weissmann, MSNBC Legal Analyst and former FBI general counsel, joins Jen Psaki to discuss the Trump campaign backtracking on claim that the former president bought a gun and the latest developments in Trump's legal perils.