SEC Commissioner Entangled in Friday Night Controversy

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Corporate lawyer, Jay Clayton, named to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was near to landing his dream job when he became embroiled in a huge political fight where Geoffrey S. Berman, the current United States attorney for the Southern District of New York was fired.   Questions: What was the controversy explained in the… Read more »

No more nicotine

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According to the Washington Post, U-Haul will no longer hire nicotine users in 21 states as of Feb. 1. Questions: Why are they applying this policy in only 21 states? How many employees does U-Haul employ across the United States and Canada? What will U-Haul require of new hires regarding the new nicotine-free policy? Besides… Read more »