Tuesday, July 27

lawsuit

Airline, app, Delta, delta airlines, lawsuit, Pilot, plane, sue, Tech, transport, Transportation

A Delta pilot is reportedly suing the airline for $1 billion after accusing them of stealing the idea for an app he developed

A Delta pilot is reportedly accusing his employer of stealing his app idea and suing for $1 billion. He spent $100,000 on building the app, which he pitched to Delta, Bloomberg reported. Delta turned down his idea, but then launched an identical app, he reportedly said in the suit. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
Delaware, Elon Musk, energy, lawsuit, Solar City, Tech Insider, Tesla

Elon Musk sparred with a lawyer in court on Monday, calling him a’bad human’ who asked’tricky and deceptive’ questions

Elon Musk called a lawyer a "bad human" in court on Monday. Musk was defending Tesla's 2016 acquisition of SolarCity in court. Musk told the lawyer, representing Tesla shareholders, that his questions were "tricky and deceptive." LoadingSomething is loading. Elon...
Deposition, john dean, lawsuit, Politics, trump, Watergate

John Dean, a key figure in the Watergate scandal, said he’d’pay to handle’ Trump’s deposition which he thinks could’sell tickets’

Trump said he would voluntarily give a deposition in a lawsuit he filed against big tech companies. John Dean, a key Watergate figure said he'd pay to do that deposition, CNN reported. Dean said even though Trump would lie, he'd press him on what he was doing during the Capitol riot. See more stories on Insider's business page. Key Watergate figure John Dean told CNN he'd pay to handle former President Donald Trump's deposition that Trump said he wanted to voluntarily do in a lawsuit he filed against Twitter, Facebook, and Google."I would pay to do that deposition. I think a lot of attorneys would," Dean told CNN's Jim Acosta on ...
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A Florida judge refuses a CDC request to keep its COVID-19 vaccine rules for cruise ships, and says his decision is about the’use and misuse of governmental power’

A Florida judge blocked a CDC request to extend its COVID-19 restrictions for cruise ships. CDC rules requiring 95% of travellers to be jabbed before sailing become nonbinding on July 18. The District Judge said his decision was "about the use and misuse of governmental power." LoadingSomething is loading. ...
CDC, Chicago, COVID-19, Drivers, Law, lawsuit, Legal, masks, Ridesharing apps, Tech Insider, Transportation, Weekend BI UK

Lyft and Uber driver who works in Chicago sues CDC over its mask mandate, saying it infringes on his constitutional freedoms

The CDC last week was sued by a Chicago rideshare driver over its mask mandate. Justin Mahwikizi, the driver, said the mandate limits his freedoms of speech and religion. "It's against my Christian beliefs to refuse service to someone in need," he told Insider. See more stories on Insider's business page. A man who works as a driver for rideshare apps like Lyft and Uber in Chicago last week filed a lawsuit against the CDC over its federal mask mandate, saying it was unconstitutional. Justin Mahwikizi said in his complaint that the mask mandate limited both his freedom of religion and freedom of speech. He said that's because he's ...
Economy, Farming, Fast Food, Food, Law, lawsuit, Meat, Pork, Restaurants, Retail, Subway, Weekend BI UK

Subway accuses US pork producers of being involved in a price-fixing conspiracy, which it says led to inflated costs for more than a decade

Subway accused a group of US pork producers of conspiring to raise prices since 2009. Producers "unlawfully inflated pork costs for more than a decade," a Subway spokesperson said. Tyson, Hormel, and others were included as defendants in a lawsuit filed at the end of June. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
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Microsoft just took a direct shot at Apple’s controversial App Store policy with Windows 11

Microsoft unveiled the next version of its major operating system, Windows 11, on Thursday morning. Part of that event was a not-so-thinly veiled shot at Apple. Going forward, app and game makers with their own payment systems can skip using Microsoft's system. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
Fast Food, Labeling, lawsuit, Restaurants, Retail, Seafood, weekend BI US

Subway was sued for allegedly mislabeling its tuna as tuna. The New York Times tried to get to the bottom of the mystery.

After a lawsuit alleged Subway tuna isn't actually tuna, the New York Times did its own analysis. The newspaper used a commercial lab to analyze tuna samples bought in Los Angeles. The sandwich chain has dismissed claims its tuna isn't 100% authentic and has called the lawsuit meritless. See more stories on Insider's business page. Earlier this year, Subway got hit with a lawsuit alleging its tuna is not actually tuna.The country's biggest sandwich chain called the lawsuit meritless and maintains it buys only skipjack and yellowfin tuna from fisheries with stocks that aren't overfished.Seeking to get to the bottom of the mystery, ...