Since Uber and Lyft have never classified their drivers as full-time employees, the companies have never paid an unemployment insurance tax for each of their workers. The judge said Uber and Lyft had themselves to blame if their resisting state laws contributed to any "far-reaching" effects an injunction might have.
The economy created 114,700 jobs over the month, limiting an expected rise in the unemployment rate to 7.5% in July compared with 7.4% in June, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said Thursday. The participation rate of those people in work or actively seeking employment in July rose to 64.7 per cent, causing the unemployment rate to rise.
Egypt, Cyprus and Greece have likewise denounced a contentious deal, including a security agreement, signed past year between Ankara and the UN-recognised government in Libya. "We said before that if you attack our Oruc Reis [drill ship] you will pay a high price, and today they got their first response", said Erdogan, speaking at an event marking the 19th anniversary of the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party.
Discussions are also expected to take place around the response to Covid-19, rebuilding the economy and Brexit. On his first visit to Northern Ireland since the COVID-19 pandemic, Johnson sought to talk up the strength of union between Britain's constituent nations.
At the close of trading August 28, Tesla shareholders will receive four additional shares for every share they own. Shares of Tesla climbed 13.12% a week ago as investors continued to rally on the company's 5-For-1 stock split announcement from August 11.
Snead claimed mail-in voting can lead to what he referred to as "deadwood", or inaccurate records for people who have moved away, died, or aren't qualified to vote. Both steps can seem fairly straightforward, but not taking the extra minute to read the instructions can mean your local official has to contact you, or worse, your ballot doesn't get counted.