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In class action, Apple employees say tech giant pays women less for same work

Two female employees at Apple offices in California say the company not only systematically pays women less than men but also rewards men for qualities for which women are penalized.

Elon Musk wins back his $44.9 billion Tesla pay package in shareholder vote

Chancellor Kathaleen St. Jude McCormick ruled in January in a shareholder’s lawsuit that Musk essentially controlled the Tesla board when it ratified the package in 2018.

Siding in favor of Starbucks, Supreme Court limits federal labor board

The high court agreed with the coffee giant and made a stringent four-factor test for granting preliminary injunctions the standard in labor disputes.

Top California insurance official reveals latest changes for industry

Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara released a map that shows areas with high wildfire risk, as well as high concentrations of FAIR Plan policies.

California judge leaning against injunction in union case

An attorney for the plaintiff argued that his client has lost its due process rights because of an unconstitutional process.

Thefts of charging cables pose yet another obstacle to appeal of electric vehicles

About 4 in 10 U.S. adults say they believe EVs take too long to charge or don’t know of any charging stations nearby.