Uber Fined $649 Million for Saying Drivers Aren’t Employees – The New York Times

The move by New Jersey could reverberate across the gig economy. New Jersey’s move against Uber reflects an intensifying national debate over how app-based companies treat their work force. Credit…Jeenah Moon for The New York TimesNov. 14, 2019Updated 7:07 p.m. ETNew Jersey has demanded that Uber pay $649 million for years of unpaid employment taxes for…

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Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Farfetch, NVIDIA, Applied Materials and more – CNBC

Online fashion house Farfetch’s CEO Jose Neves and members of the company’s leadership team ring the opening bell to celebrate their IPO at the New York Stock Exchange in New York, September 21, 2018.Brendan McDermid | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines after the bell:Farfetch shares surged 20% during extended trading after the company reported…

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Protesters In Hong Kong Square Off With Police At Universities – NPR

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Twinkies Cereal debut draws hilarious reactions on social media – Fox News

Post Consumer Brands has launched its latest Hostess-themed cereal, and it’s based on none other than the iconic Twinkies snack cake.The company announced Wednesday that Twinkies Cereal will hit Walmart shelves nationwide in late December, giving fans “a delicious new way to enjoy the snack we all know and love in cereal form.”Twinkies Cereal is said to…

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Two Kansas City Area Restaurant Chains File For Bankruptcy Five Days Apart – KCUR

The two operators of about a dozen well-known Kansas City restaurants sought bankruptcy protection within days of one another, with both saying the restaurants will remain open for business. On Saturday, Bread & Butter Concepts LLC, which owns and operates Gram & Dun on the Country Club Plaza, Urban Table in Prairie Village and the…

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Ford recalls F-150s; loose cable can cause stalling or fires – WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee

This photo shows a Ford logo on a front bumper as Ford 2018 and 2019 F-150 trucks sit on the assembly line at the Ford Motor Company’s Rouge Complex on September 27, 2018 in Dearborn, Michigan. – Ford Motor Company’s Rouge complex is the only one in American history to manufacture vehicles including ships, tractors…

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Yovanovitch, Ex-Ambassador To Ukraine, Will Testify In Trump Impeachment Hearing – NPR

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Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway reveals new RH, Occidental stakes – MarketWatch

Berkshire Hathaway Inc. BRK.B, -0.19% BRK.A, -0.03% revealed new stakes in furniture maker RH RH, +1.29% and energy company Occidental Petroleum Corp. OXY, -0.94%, according to a filing on Thursday. The conglomerate led by legendary investor Warren Buffett owned about 1.2 million shares of RH, formerly known as Restoration Hardware, and nearly 7.5 million shares…

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Xbox Game Pass is getting Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, and Yakuza collections – GamesRadar

Home News (Image credit: Square) Xbox Game Pass is a sweet deal that just got sweeter. At today’s X019 show, Microsoft announced over 50 new titles that will be added to the service in the coming months, including some high-profile Japanese games such as Final Fantasy, Yakuza, and Kingdom Hearts. There are plenty of other great…

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Browns make surprising move by cutting 2018 receiving touchdown leader hours before Thursday night kickoff – CBS Sports

When the Browns take the field against the Steelers, they won’t have Antonio Callaway, and that’s because the team surprisingly decided to release the second-year receiver just hours before the Thursday night game was set to kick off. According to NFL.com, one of the reasons the Browns decided to cut him is because he’s facing a…

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