Sixty-three-year-old farmer Kurt Kaser was working alone on his 1,500-acre farm in Nebraska, unloading corn into a bin before moving it elsewhere, when he accidentally moved too close to an auger. The piece of farm equipment quickly pulled in his foot and lower leg, tearing and mangling both, according to ABC affiliate KETV of Omaha.
Whatever you do, don’t compare them to Lyft and Uber. That’s the story from WeWork’s CEO Adam Neumann and CFO Artie Minson. The work space company signs long-term leases on trendy buildings, then upgrades the space with cool lighting, desks, and beer taps before subletting the space out, typically to small companies with few workers.
In a sobering presentation, the Treasury Department explained to the Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee that the U.S. is traveling down a dangerous fiscal path. The slideshow illustrates that the Treasury expects the nation to run trillion-dollar deficits for the next four years, made up of primary borrowing, and then borrowing to pay interest on existing
The Getaway is a stylish bar in Greenpoint section of Brooklyn, New York. Like most bars, it has cool items on the menu, and a number of house rules. One rule is no laptops – this isn’t a place to sit by yourself and work – which makes sense in a bar. Another rule, reports
The Exide Plant southeast of Los Angeles used to recycle 11 million car batteries each year, releasing 3,500 tons of lead over three decades, before it closed in March of 2015. Now, children living near the closed facility are testing positive for lead poisoning. The presence of lead in their baby teeth shows that the