Refocus the well-being of workers in the debates on disruption

Scholar shows how current antitrust remedies ignore the effects on workers. To address the alleged monopolization of big tech companies, a bipartisan choir has voiced a common message: break them. But when courts order large companies to “go out of business” for violating antitrust law, what happens to workers? Antitrust …

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Social policies aim to empower women: Minister

Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s social protection policies are aimed at empowering and uplifting women, Housing Minister and district official Ch. Ranganatha Raju said. The minister was speaking after paying checks for the second phase of Aasara at Velagapudi Ramakrishna Memorial College in Repalle. “The YSR Aasara program is …

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Chinchilla supplier loses license for animal welfare violation

A Minnesota animal supplier Moulton Chinchilla Ranch has lost its license, a judge said on Friday (October 8). The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) had sought court action after finding what it called animal welfare law violations during inspections, including animals that had not received care timely vets and sharp, …

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