● New York And National Rifle Association Sue Each Other As State AG Seeks To Close Nonprofit The lawsuit comes after an 18 month investigation.
● State pension fury: 1950s women forced into jobs on the frontline due to age change STATE PENSION age changes have forced women in their 60s back to work in frontline jobs due to their lack of pension, according to campaigners.
● Northern Ireland businessmen face charges related to £1.2bn property deal Charges come after lengthy investigation into one of the region’s biggest business controversies
● Worries over extended post-virus economic recovery weigh down FTSE THE Bank of England's warning that the UK economy's post-virus recovery is to take longer than previously predicted dealt a fresh blow to the FTSE 100.
● Toy Cars and Crop Tops: Can Wacky U.S.P.S. Store Merch Save the Struggling Postal Service? Saving the American postal system, one crop top at a time.
● BNP Paribas pulls back from financing commodity traders Bank also considers closing Geneva-based specialist finance unit
● Diageo in dispute with LVMH over champagne dividend UK-based distiller says it has not received a payout for 2019
● Calpers/Ben Meng: pilot flight Departure of CIO does nothing to help fix group’s massive pension funding hole
● Capital One fined $80m for data breach Credit card giant faulted over transfer of operations to the cloud
● Travelex enters administration with 1,300 UK jobs cut A cyber-attack followed by the Covid-19 crisis "acutely" hit the firm, administrators said.
● Trump to order government to buy medicines from US companies President’s action aimed at reducing reliance on foreign supply chains for essential drugs
● Stocks slip on poor corporate earnings Iseq loses 0.46% with investors unimpressed by AIB results
● JD Wetherspoon: A third of head office jobs 'at risk' Chief executive John Hutson says 110 to 130 staff are at risk of redundancy at its Watford base.
● Pension: Savings as important as a retirement pot for many Britons PENSION savings are often considered as a key to retirement, but many Britons are now stating easily accessible savings in the present are just as important.
● A Prominent News Media Critic Is Starting a News Outlet of His Own For years, media insiders turned to Ken Doctor for advice. Now he plans to compete against a hedge-fund-owned paper in Santa Cruz.
● The next virus pandemic is not far away Scientists say new diseases will jump from animals unless humans change the way they live
● Animal Crossing boosts Nintendo sales The Japanese firm sold roughly ten times as many copies of the game in the quarter as any of its other titles.
● NBCUniversal Pushes Out Chairman of NBC Entertainment Paul Telegdy leaves the network ahead of a pending investigation into his workplace behavior.
● New York attorney-general seeks to dissolve the NRA US gun lobbying group accused of serving as a ‘breeding ground for greed, abuse and blatant illegality’
● Warm Home Discount scheme reopens - how Britons could get a £140 energy bill discount THE WARM Home Discount scheme has reopened, and Britons may be able to secure an energy bill discount through an applications.
● Mental health deserves priority over railways Covid-19 has harmed wellbeing but provision for psychological treatment is poor in the UK
● Microsoft expands TikTok takeover ambitions to entire global business US group explores whether it can add regions including India and Europe to deal for video app’s US arm
● Pizza Express to reopen 63 more restaurants for Eat Out to Help Out and dine-in customers PIZZA Express is reopening 63 more restaurants for dine-in customers next week – and each branch will be taking part in Eat Out to Help...
● How the zombie apocalypse can help prepare us for real crises Leaders should study dysfunctional group dynamics