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Native Americans sue Exxon over ‘human rights violations’ on their land

Native Americans are suing fracking and mining firms over land rights in a case that could determine the future of American energy Omaha tribe takes on oil giant over its claim to drilling rights...

Ministers set to compensate those made poorer by horsemeat scandal

The government will begin paying compensation to those who were made poorer as a result of food scandals such as horsemeat. Charities and MPs have criticised ministers for not taking action on the food...

Meet seven women who say they were harassed at Paramount’s legendary Central Casting

These women came forward in the wake of the publication of the New York Times expose of systemic sexual harassment at Hollywood’s Century Studios. (Email redacted for the sake of their privacy) — Six...

How to make freelance work work for you

Life as a freelancer – working as an employer's freelancer or as a freelance mini-employer (control of the work you do, but without the employer – so pay a lot less) – can be...

USB-C promises a ‘future without wires’

Written by By Linda Christian, CNN Some of the world's biggest mobile phone manufacturers are being urged to switch to USB-C technology in an effort to reduce gadget charges. Several European countries, including France,...

Private investigator’s evidence to be used in Trump office case – lawyers

Glenn Mulcaire writes in newspaper that D.A. will likely issue more indictments as detailed discussions over evidence continue A top lawyer for the Trump Organization’s head and a former employee says the financial chief...

Wells Fargo reaches $37 million settlement in sales scandal

WASHINGTON (CNNMoney) — Wells Fargo agreed on Tuesday to pay $37 million to small and medium businesses that were victims of the bank's massive scandal over the opening of millions of sham bank and...

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