2020-09-16 10:33:44| Fast Company
50 bipartisan House members unveiled a stimulus compromise called ‘March to Common Ground’ that included stimulus checks and more unemployment. In a last-ditch attempt to pass some kind of economic stimulus package before the November election, a group of 50 bipartisan House members calling themselves the Problem Solvers Caucus unveiled a middle-ground proposal to help Americans and businesses still struggling from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Although the plan, dubbed “March to Common Ground,” includes policies that have broad public support—more stimulus checks, childcare, extra unemployment benefits, and the like—it doesn’t have much hope of passing in its current form. Here’s what you need to know:Read Full Story
2020-09-16 09:11:58| Mondaq.Com
The Circular sets out a list of financial parameters required to be considered by lending institutions while finalising a resolution plan for the Identified Sectors.
2020-09-15 13:00:00| Wired News: Top Stories
It may take decades to see the worst effects of global warming. Yet Jim Reilly, the director of the US Geological Survey, is committed to short-term thinking.
2020-09-14 15:24:31| The Economic Times
EU climate plan: A step closer to meet its goalIf approved, the new goal to lower emissions in the bloc by 55% from 1990 levels will require buildings to become more energy-efficient, according to a draft European Commission document seen by Bloomberg News. The cost of pollution for companies, already near record highs, is set to rise, as the EU carbon market gets strengthened.
2020-09-14 14:16:00| Fool.com Headlines
If Biden's proposal gets pushed through -- and that's a big if -- the answer is probably yes.