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Taco Bell will test a 6-figure salary for managers and roll out paid sick leave as fast food’s war for talent continues to rage

Taco Bell is looking for new ways to win over employees in the war for talent. On Thursday, the fast-food chain announced it would test a $100,000 salary for the general managers of certain company-owned locations later this year. Taco Bell also said that all employees at company-owned stores are eligible for at least 24 Read More…

Federal search warrant details human smuggling on Montana-Canada border

MISSOULA, Mont. — Just two days ago, a U.S. magistrate signed a federal search warrant in what agents suspect is a human smuggling case across Montana and Canada’s border. The 25-page document details something Border Patrol agents told NBC Montana during our special “On the Border” series last year. We toured the border near Havre and Saint Mary with Border Patrol Read More…

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Top animal hijinks of 2019: Here are the most viral moments, from hysterical gorillas to cannibalistic snakes

Overly dramatic gorillas fleeing raindrops, a cannibalistic snake and a thieving seagull were some of the animals in videos and photos that went viral in 2019. In a year consumed by the Russia investigation and President Trump’s impeachment inquiry, the animal hijinks offer a brief respite. Here are some of the year’s most amusing animal moments: Gorillas make hilarious attempts to avoid raindrops The gorillas at Read More…

Controversial Instagram couple now being slammed for yearlong vow of silence announcement

An Instagram couple who drew outrage earlier this year by setting up a GoFundMe asking strangers to donate to their “celebration of life” adventure through Africa, is once again being ridiculed on social media for their latest gimmick — a yearlong vow of silence. Catalin Onc and Elena Engelhardt of the Another Beautiful Day Instagram account posted a photo over the Read More…

Breakingviews TV: Daimler-BMW merger

Breakingviews Posted The German giants want to save a combined 13 bln euros to fund the transition to electric cars – but crunching together could yield much more than that. Christopher Thompson predicts the Fiat-Peugeot playbook will be scrutinised heavily in Stuttgart and Munich in 2020.