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Toyota & Honda oppose U.S. House electric vehicle tax plan

Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T) and Honda Motor Co (7267.T) slammed a proposal by Democrats in the United States House of Representatives to give union-made electric automobiles in the United States an additional $4,500 tax break on Saturday.

Western Magnesium Corp plans for magnesium plant in Harrison County

On Tuesday, company executives signed a due diligence paperwork to begin planning for the prospective plant at the Harrison County Industrial Park, which will be the plant's future location. According to previous reports, the project will be the first full-scale deployment of the company's unique magnesium extraction method in the United States.

U.S. job openings rose to a record 10.9 million

Job openings in the United States reached a new high in July, highlighting the ongoing staffing shortages that are making it difficult for firms to satisfy demand.

No big jump in job seekers yet after U.S. jobless benefits end

Southern Indiana Works Executive Director Tony Waterson stated that since the end of the additional federal pandemic jobless benefits on September 6, there has not been a significant increase in the number of people locally seeking jobs or training at WorkOne.

Covid-19 Global

20,461,409
Total active cases
Updated on 18 September 2021 3:22 am
228,377,752
Total confirmed cases
Updated on 18 September 2021 3:22 am
4,692,311
Total deaths
Updated on 18 September 2021 3:22 am
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Global chip shortage could make Apple products even more expensive

Future Apple products, such as the iPhone 13, may become more expensive as a result of chip shortages and rising supplier prices. According to Nikkei Asia sources, Apple's main chip supplier TSMC is raising its fabrication prices in response to the ongoing global semiconductor shortage. That means Apple may have to pay more for chip production and may have to pass the costs on to customers.

I want that job!-David Potts

upermarket to a consortium led by Fortress Investments, which values the Bradford-based business at £6.3bn, say Sam Chambers and Robert Watts in The Sunday Times.

Amazon offers to pay college fees of 750,000 frontline US workers

Amazon has offered to pay for college tuition for 750,000 of its frontline workers, the latest move by a major US corporation to offer perks to attract and retain employees in the face of a labour shortage.

What Fraud? Peggy Ann Fulford nee Barad

Peggy Ann Fulford née Barard was born in New Orleans in 1958 and went on to study at Spelman College in Atlanta. She later set up King Management Group and befriended successful sports stars, most notably basketball legend Dennis Rodman. She claimed to have graduated from Harvard and attained her wealth from successful business dealings. She offered to help manage the star's investments for free to help them build wealth and protect them from scammers.

Employment News

Amazon to add 125,000 warehouse jobs

There's been an increase in the average beginning wage at Amazon in the United States to more than $18 an hour, and the company wants to add 125,000 more warehouse and transportation workers, according to Reuters.

Triangle filling 400+ seasonal warehouse and distribution jobs

Hundreds of light industrial positions are available in the Triangle's manufacturing and logistics industries, and a hiring agency expects to fill them this week during a job fair.

US Postal Service hiring 40,000 seasonal workers

The United States Postal Service is employing more than 40,000 seasonal workers in anticipation of another record-breaking holiday season in 2021, according to the agency and other shipping companies. City and rural mail carriers, mail handlers, and drivers are among the seasonal jobs available. Those interested can apply online and view open positions in their area at usps.com/hiring.