Missouri Senate approves requirement for extended repayment of payday loans The bill removes the $75 per $100 dollar cap. Cunningham said that was because it was no longer necessary because of the renewal ban and extended payment plan. "Competition should dictate the fees," he said. Under the current law, short term loans can be ... 02/19/2014 - 12:42 pm | View Link
Senate approves board of telecoms regulator, rejects 1 candidate of anti-trust body Mexico's senate ratified on Tuesday the seven members proposed by President Enrique Peña Nieto to make up the board of the country's new telecoms regulator and approved six of the seven candidates to form the new anti-trust regulator CFCE. The new members ... 09/11/2013 - 5:07 am | View Link
Senate approves anti-violence against women act Last year both the Republican-led House and the Democratic-controlled Senate passed renewal bills, but they were unable to reach a compromise. This year House Republicans, sensitive to their lackluster showing among women voters in the November election ... 02/12/2013 - 7:50 am | View Link
Senate approves renewal of export bank WASHINGTON – The U.S. Senate approved a bill that would reauthorize and increase funds for the Export-Import Bank, a federal trade bank that helps boost U.S. exports, delivering to President Obama one of his administration's top priorities for job growth ... 05/15/2012 - 7:16 am | View Link
Senate passes TIF reform, but some say it does not go far enough Another provision of the bill would require a city to conduct a public hearing and vote on any amendments or modificationsto an adopted urban renewal plan ... body where the business currently resides approves the relocation in writing, or if the governing ... 04/23/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Airbnb, the service that lets people rent their houses, apartments and rooms over the internet to strangers, has taken a $500 million round of new investment which values the company at a staggering $10 billion, according to Techcrunch. It is not a surprise that the fund-raise or the valuation is that high — Airbnb is a transactional app and web site through which 11 million people have booked stays in 34,000 cities.
Former National Security Agency and CIA Director Michael Hayden thinks it's clear Edward Snowden was a "prop" for Vladimir Putin when the NSA leaker appeared alongside the Russian President on television Thursday. Hayden shared his thoughts on Snowden's TV appearance after Business Insider asked whether he thought it proved Snowden is being used as a Russian intelligence asset.
Early in the 2014 season, Major League Baseball scoring is down again and the first reaction is that drug testing and tougher penalties must be working. But there is evidence that is not the entire story and baseball should be worried. There may actually be a more logical explanation that has nothing to do with drugs and more to do with how teams are smarter than ever.
Addiction specialists, medical professionals, and politicians have long questioned how easy it is to obtain a prescription for potent painkillers. States have cracked down on "pill mills" that hand out narcotics to people who don't really need them, and a new hydrocodone painkiller hitting the market, Zohydro, has drawn sharp criticism because of its potential for abuse.
Many top tech CEOs and investors, or "thought leaders," tweet less than once per day, according to Jeremy Waite, head of digital strategy at Salesforce. Waite discovered this fact after analyzing the Twitter habits of the top 100 most-wanted speakers on the tech conference circuit, as identified by conference software company Bizzabo.