According to the Washington Post, investigations show that Life Care Centers of America, one of the largest chains in the industry, violated federal standards meant to stop the spread of infections and communicable diseases even after outbreaks and deaths from COVID-19 began to sweep its facilities from the Pacific Northwest to New England.
What is CMS, in the context of this article?
How many nursing homes in the country have had COVID-19 cases?
During the past three years, how has CMS rated Life Care Centers of America?
What has been the Justice Department involvement with Life Care Centers of America in recent years?
According to the Washington Post, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (Cares) Act indicates that mortgagees have the right to ask for an initial forbearance of up to 180 days with interest accruing, but with fees and penalties are waived.
What was actually happening when mortgagees contacted their mortgage companies for coronavirus relief?
Based on this article, how many homeowners are in forbearance plans?
Which groups are helping with accurate communications to homeowners in forbearance?
This week, J.C. Penney filed for bankruptcy protection after a prolonged decline over the past 20 years, becoming the latest and largest retailer to fall during the coronavirus pandemic, which has devastated the industry.
How many employees does this affect?
When and where did the company start?
How many stores does the company have and what are the plans for these stores?
What was the name of the original store in Wyoming before it was renamed?
What is going on with the stock price of the company?
According to Bloomberg, China’s securities regulator blacklisted six executives for their role in a $4.2 billion accounting scandal at Kangmei Pharmaceutical Co., one of the country’s biggest drugmakers.
What did the executives do?
What did the firm admit to that allowed the fraud to occur?
What was the problem with the fine ordered for the executives?
How much does the fine amount to in U.S. dollars?
What has happened to Kangmei Pharmaceutical Company’s stock since the announcement of the financial fraud investigation?
According to the Washington Post, Boeing has terminated a long-planned $4.2 billion deal with the Brazilian aerospace manufacturer Embraer after negotiations broke down shortly before a Friday night deadline.
Had the deal gone through, what would have been Boeing’s stake in Embraer?
How much of the value of its stock has Boeing lost in the past year?
Progressive Leasing, which offers rent-to-own programs at major retailers like Best Buy and Lowe’s, has agreed to pay $175 million to settle allegations it misled consumers, the Federal Trade Commission said Monday.
What trade violations did the complaint allege?
Why did FTC Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter say that the settlement did not go far enough?
What is the deceptive line that retailers are instructed to tell consumers about the leasing program?
How do you think Progressive should account for the one-time application fee of $79?