The New York Department of Labor is investigating a community connected to the religious sect that runs the Yellow Deli on McCallie Avenue in Chattanooga. Common Sense Farm, owned by the Twelve Tribes and located in Cambridge, New York, came under investigation after an undercover report by "Inside Edition" that aired on June 1. New York state investigators conducted an onsite investigation at the farm Monday. They found multiple violations involving 12 minors who were engaged in factory work, which is prohibited, according to a statement from the New York Department of Labor. The farm produces lotions and creams for brands such as Acure and Savannah Bee either directly or through third-party manufacturers. The products are carried by several retailers, including Target, Whole Foods and Walmart, "Inside Edition" reported. In a statement to the Times Free Press, Acure Organics said the allegations against Twelve Tribes' Common Sense Farms are "abhorrent and go against our values as a … [Read more...] about New York: Yellow Deli’s Twelve Tribes investigated for possible child labor violations
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By Steve Rosenbush Steve Rosenbush The Wall Street Journal BiographySteve Rosenbush @Steve_Rosenbush ciojournal [email protected] Apr 26, 2018 8:23 am ET 0 COMMENTS Sign up here for The Morning Download, and get the most important news in business technology emailed to you each weekday morning. Subscribe to WSJ Pro Cybersecurity for in-depth coverage on cybersecurity trends, breaches and best practices. Good morning, CIOs. The New York Times Co. named a new CIO, Cindy Taibi, whose 37-year career with the company tracks a degree of change in business and technology that may seem unreal even to those who have lived through it. Ms. Taibi will report to CTO Nick Rockwell, who summed up her appointment in a blog post. “For years, the range of problems and technical solutions available to the CIO were very stable: you bought Office and Outlook, a bunch of Cisco gear and machines from Dell or HP, and then hung on until you had to change … [Read more...] about The Morning Download: New York Times CIO Lived Shift from Mainframes to Serverless Computing
New York City lawmakers are seeking to implement a residential parking permit system. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images Will New York City move to reserve parking spots exclusively for residents?One bill, introduced by four Manhattan Council members on Wednesday afternoon, would require the city’s Department of Transportation (DOT) to create and implement a residential parking permit (RPP) system in northern Manhattan, covering all areas north of 60th Street through Inwood as bounded by the intersection of Spuyten Duyvill Creek and Harlem River. Residents would have to pay a fee for the permit, which would be credited to the city’s general fund.The legislation’s sponsors—Manhattan Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal, Upper Manhattan Councilman Mark Levine, Manhattan Councilman Keith Powers and Upper Manhattan Councilwoman Diana Ayala—said the program is designed to prioritize local residents for on-street parking in residential areas and to fend off … [Read more...] about Will New York Become the Next American City to Reserve Parking Spots for Residents?
Supported by N.Y. / Region By LISA W. FODERAROAPRIL 16, 2018 Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue reading the main story CALLICOON, N.Y. — Across New York’s Hudson Valley and points west, a sprawling demographic and cultural hodgepodge has emerged as a key battleground for the Democratic Party in its hope to flip the House of Representatives in November’s midterm elections.More than $6 million has already poured into the race for the 19th Congressional District from Democratic donors. The only problem is that the Democrats have yet to settle on a candidate, and there are seven contenders, including two lawyers, a businessman and a former C.I.A. official.“I’m staying neutral,” said Keith Kanaga, chairman of the Columbia County Democratic Committee. “Part of the thing we are all grappling with is that we like them all. But who will the general voter like the best? That’s turning out to be a hard question to … [Read more...] about Smelling Blood, Democrats Swarm New York House Race
Mintz attorney Muriel Liberto, Ph.D., to present “The A to Z’s of IP” at this evening’s [email protected] Life Science Startup Founder speaker series — the 10th seminar to date /EIN News/ -- CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and NEW YORK CITY, April 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- BioLabs, a national network of premium coworking facilities designed to help science-based startups go further faster on limited capital investment, and Mintz Levin, a premier Am Law 100 firm, announced the firm has signed on as a Gold sponsor of [email protected] To kick off the relationship, Mintz Levin Member Dr. Muriel Liberto will be the featured speaker presenting on “The A to Zs of IP – a crash course of intellectual property,” at the 10thseminar in a seminar series held by BioLabs for the New York City area life science startup community. “Knowing the research milestones necessary for science success and having the confidence to reach them is a … [Read more...] about Mintz Levin and BioLabs Announce Gold Sponsorship to Support Science-Based Startups in New York City