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Michigan Aerospace Parts Provider to Pay $60K to Settle Age Discrimination Suit
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A Michigan-based aerospace components manufacturer will pay $60,000 and provide other relief to settle a federal age discrimination lawsuit, officials say. According to the lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), United Precision Products Co. Inc., based …

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Michigan’s Kapnick Insurance Adds Tubergen as VP, Transportation Leader
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Kapnick Insurance Group, based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has hired Keith Tubergen as vice president and transportation practice leader. Tubergen joins Kapnick with 26 years of experience in the towing industry. In addition to his towing and general business experience, …

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Water Woes Expected to Last Several More Days in Mississippi After Freeze
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Rising temperatures began melting the snow and ice in Mississippi and Louisiana, but tens of thousands of people still had little or no water service Monday, some waiting a week for restoration since the outages began during an extended freeze. …

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Conduit Re ‘off to a flying start’
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Parent company announces earnings results

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Fire Victim Trust Sues California Utility Executives for Causing Wildfires
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The Fire Victim Trust has filed a lawsuit in San Francisco Superior Court against certain former officers and directors of PG&E Corp. and Pacific Gas and Electric Co. for their role in causing the catastrophic 2017 North Bay Fires and …

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Personal Info Posted Online After North Carolina County Ransomware Attack
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An investigation into a ransomware attack on a North Carolina county’s computer network showed personal information posted for sale on the “dark web,” the county said. The Chatham County network was hit on Oct. 28 with ransomware that originated in …

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Deadly Power Outages Lead to Board Resignations at Texas Grid Operator
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Top board leaders of Texas’ embattled power grid operator have resigned following outrage over more than 4 million customers losing electricity during the mid-February deadly winter storm, including many whose frigid homes lacked heat for days in subfreezing temperatures. The …

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California Woman Sentenced in $135K Staged Collision Ring
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Zandra Monterrozo, 44, of Corona, Calif., pleaded guilty and was sentenced for her involvement in an organized ring that intentionally staged vehicle collisions to collect more than $135,000 in insurance payouts. Eleven other suspects have been either charged or prosecuted. …

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Washington Court Upholds Authority to Pursue Charges in Workplace Death
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The Washington State Supreme Court has ruled that an employer can be charged with a felony in connection with a workplace fatality. The recent decision clears the way for the King County Prosecutor to move forward with second-degree manslaughter charges …

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