Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Business | A Handyman Asks: After Servicing a Home, Can I Get Paid to Service My Clients’ Other Needs? Sections Skip to content Skip to site index work Friend Plus: A radical prescription for dealing with millennial entitlement in the office. Credit Credit Emily Simms for The New York Times Supported by ByKaty Lederer March 21, 2019 Even a Work Friend needs a break from the office sometimes. Send in your questions about all kinds of money-related extracurriculars: marriage and divorce; windfalls and investment catastrophes; and, of course, anything that happens in a truck. Confide to [email protected] . Contractor Casanova I’m 62. I’ve been a handyman for 40 years. My body is breaking down, but I can’t afford to retire, and I can’t imagine having any success changing careers at this point. I specialize in renovation of … [Read more...] about A Handyman Asks: After Servicing a Home, Can I Get Paid to Service My Clients’ Other Needs?
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David Mcfadden, Associated Press Updated 5:50 pm CDT, Wednesday, March 20, 2019 Keith Smith is shown in an undated photo provided by the Baltimore Police Department. On March 3, 2019 the Baltimore Smith a truck driver who blamed his wife’s slaying on a case of charity gone wrong was being flown back to Maryland’s biggest city on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 along with his daughter to face murder charges in a case that drew international attention. (Baltimore Police Department via AP) less Keith Smith is shown in an undated photo provided by the Baltimore Police Department. On March 3, 2019 the Baltimore Smith a truck driver who blamed his wife’s slaying on a case of charity gone wrong was ... more Photo: AP Photo: AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 … [Read more...] about 2 extradited in slaying tied to charity-gone-wrong story
Former Gov. Nathan Deal's criminal justice reform efforts will be set in stone later this year, when the state's new judicial complex opens. Georgia's House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a resolution Wednesday to name the building after him, voting 159-2. One of those two lawmakers on the negative side? Freshman State Rep. Colton Moore, R-Trenton. Moore told the Times Free Press he didn't believe the building should be named after anybody, and Deal's criminal justice reforms didn't go far enough. "There are poor, broke and damned people in the state of Georgia that are not receiving justice," he said. "Until we can find a true leader in justice reform, we shouldn't rush to name the building the Nathan Deal Justice Center just because he is our recent governor. He should not be the symbol of justice for our state." Criminal justice reform was the marquee effort of Deal's time as governor. When he took office in 2011, Georgia's incarceration rate was the fourth-highest in the … [Read more...] about Rep. Colton Moore casts unpopular no vote against Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal honor
Business | The Rise and Fall of Carlos Ghosn Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Mr. Ghosn, the ousted Nissan executive, wasn’t supposed to succeed in Japan, but he never expected to fail like this. He faces charges of financial wrongdoing at the company he helped save. Credit Credit Kelsey Dake Supported by ByAmy Chozick and Motoko Rich Dec. 30, 2018 Carlos Ghosn was tired. At 64 years old, the chairman of an auto empire that spanned several continents and included Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi wasn’t bouncing back from jet lag the way he used to. Melatonin wasn’t working anymore, and he had bouts of insomnia, phoning his children in the middle of the night or going on long walks around his Tokyo or Paris neighborhood. He planned to retire soon, stepping back from spending his life on an airplane, albeit a luxurious one paid for by Nissan. Last month, just before Thanksgiving weekend, Mr. … [Read more...] about The Rise and Fall of Carlos Ghosn
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | Brexit Could Leave Wedding Bouquets Stuck at the Border Supported by From greenhouses in Kenya to auction houses in the Netherlands to florists in London, the shipment of flowers highlights Brexit’s potential disruption to trade. ByPeter S. Goodman Nov. 14, 2018 Far removed from the political posturing and brinkmanship that capture most of the attention in Britain’s long and tedious departure from the European Union, Yme Pasma is deeply enmeshed in the mother of all logistical problems. He is the chief operating officer of Royal FloraHolland, a marketplace where some 12 billion flowers and plants are sold a year — more than one-third of the worldwide trade in Inside hulking warehouses near Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport in the town of Aalsmeer, Royal FloraHolland operates a flower … [Read more...] about Brexit Could Leave Wedding Bouquets Stuck at the Border