- Florida contractor gets safety citations for cave-in hazards
Federal regulators have cited and proposed $53,900 in penalties against a Florida general contractor for exposing workers to cave-in hazards during excavation activities.
- Rising interest rates could boost pensions to full funding
Rising interest rates could give corporate pension funding levels a major boost in the next three years, according to a new report from Moody’s Investor Services Inc.
- Police complaint over unpaid OT work on BlackBerrys dismissed
- Five plead guilty to workers compensation fraud in Ohio
Five people have pleaded guilty to charges related to defrauding Ohio’s workers compensation system, the state’s Bureau of Workers’ Compensation said Monday.
- New FAA rule requires drone owners to register by Feb. 19
The FAA, responding to heightened concerns about rogue drone flights near airports, unveiled a pre-Christmas rule on Monday requiring drone hobbyists as young as 13 years old to register their unmanned aircraft.
- U.S. top court rules for DirecTV in arbitration case
(Reuters) — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled for DirecTV Inc., backing the satellite television provider’s efforts to enforce arbitration agreements signed by its customers in California.
- Walgreens' Rite Aid acquisition attracts antitrust scrutiny
Antitrust regulators are taking a hard look at Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc.’s proposed $17.2 billion acquisition of rival drugstore chain Rite Aid Corp.
- U.S. investigates broadcasters in widening FIFA case
A sports marketing company that was described in a sweeping indictment this month as retaining contracts because of the “support” of corrupt soccer officials has longstanding ties to 21st Century Fox.
- Munich Re names Munich Health North America CEO
Munich Reinsurance Co. on Monday named Juan Serrano as president and CEO of Munich Health North America, effective immediately.