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Complaint about Discrimination on the Rise from Airbnb Users

Complaint about Discrimination on the Rise from Airbnb Users

Airbnb says at its core is about belonging. But the slogan "belong anywhere" is facing trouble to hold itself high, as more and more users of the service are asking whether the company is doing enough to curb discrimination.

Uber Drivers in New Zealand Complain of Sliding Income and Rising Workload

Uber Drivers in New Zealand Complain of Sliding Income and Rising Workload

Drivers of New Zealand Uber Drivers' Association are saying that they are facing a noticeable drop in their income but a rise in workload as the company's fare prices have dropped.

Obamacare’s New Concern; Insurers Seek Increase in Premium for 2017

Obamacare’s New Concern; Insurers Seek Increase in Premium for 2017

It seems troubles for 'Obamacare' aren't over yet as many insurers nationwide have cited financial losses under the health care law and are saying they hope for a premium increases in 2017.

New Federal Law Prohibits Car Rental Companies from Renting Recalled Cars until they are Repaired

New Federal Law Prohibits Car Rental Companies from Renting Recalled Cars until they are Repaired

Last year a legislation approved by the Congress was endorsed as a law which comes into effect today, which makes it necessary for rental car companies which have fleets exceeding thirty five vehicles, to pull out all recalled vehicles until they are repaired.

To Help Reduce Debt Load, SoftBank Selling $7.9 Billion worth Alibaba Stock

To Help Reduce Debt Load, SoftBank Selling $7.9 Billion worth Alibaba Stock

On Tuesday, Japan's SoftBank Group Corp said, to increase its financial flexibility it would sell at least $7.9 billion worth of its shares in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, the Chinese e-commerce giant. The proceedings from the sale will help the company to trim down its debt and to revive the U.S.

From April’s After- Recession High, Consumer Confidence in California Drops in May

From April’s After- Recession High, Consumer Confidence in California Drops in May

On Tuesday, data from Conference Board, a market research group revealed that in May, U. S. consumer confidence dropped rather unexpectedly. The highlights worries related to the economy's health.

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