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Several years ago, when Elizabeth Softky first heard of the concept of universal basic income, she had her doubts. She was a public school teacher at the time, and she knew how hard it was to convince people to support even modest financial benefits, like pay raises for her coworkers. “Giving people money? I couldn’t
We heard last month that today would see the launch of Apple Pay in Israel, and that has now been confirmed. A local report says that Apple Pay is supported by all bank and credit card companies in the country, though not for all cards
Humayun Khan says his homes will pay off their own mortgage. In Newhaven, people are starting to believe him
There is a hidden market for privacy, with consumers eager to pay a premium to protect their personal information online, new research shows.
A single worker with no children earning an average $86,000 handed over 22.7 per cent of their wage in income tax in 2020. That figure was only higher in Denmark (35.3 per cent).
The sports drink brand settled with California over statements made in a promotional game.
WhatsApp Pay received regulatory approval to launch in Brazil at the end of March, after being delayed due to anti-competitive concerns. Only now, however, has the feature started to roll out to Brazilian users.
A White House official clarified what the income thresholds would be for individuals and families to see a tax increase from 37% to 39.6% under Biden's plan.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - With interest in coronavirus vaccines lagging in much of Iowa, Gov. Kim Reynolds said Wednesday that public health officials planned to make shots available at gathering spots like farmers markets and sports events. Reynolds said the state was holding talks with groups including the Iowa
A team of researchers from the Global Footprint Network, the Munasinghe Institute for Development, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Missouri Botanical Garden has found that approximately 72% of people globally live in countries with a biocapacity deficit and also have below-average incomes. In their paper published in the journal Nature Sustainability, the group describes examining data on the biocapacity of every country in the world for the years between 1980 and 2017.