Day: October 14, 2020

Prologis Leads Industrial REITs In Solar Power Deployment (NYSE:PLD)

Introduction

It’s obvious that the business case for industrial REITs to install rooftop solar power is not immediately compelling today – it is not a default standard feature for new warehouse construction. A few minutes scrolling around a satellite map shows a lot of empty warehouse roofs and documents the number of past and present decisions to not install solar panels.

However, as costs have declined, the business case has become stronger and may have

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Trump: President says DeJoy should lose job if campaign finance allegations true

Donald Trump has said his controversial appointment as US postmaster general should lose his job if allegations of campaign finance violations against him are proved.

Louis DeJoy, a Trump donor and Republican party fundraiser appointed to his role in May this year, pressured employees at his former company into making donations to GOP candidates, it has been claimed.

As owner of New Breed Logistics, a North Carolina-based supply chain firm sold to XPO in 2014,

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Companies make changes for employee health insurance amid pandemic – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

(CNN) — More coverage for virtual doctors’ visits. Expanded mental health benefits. Access to on-site health clinics.

As employees sign up for job-based coverage for 2021, they’ll find the coronavirus pandemic has changed some of the benefits that their companies are providing, experts said.

And premiums and out-of-pocket costs are expected to increase about 5%, which is more than wages and inflation have been rising, according to the Business Group on Health, which surveys large

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Laid Off With Money Left In A Dependent Care FSA? Here’s Help

If you were one of the millions of workers laid off in the coronavirus pandemic and you stashed money in a workplace dependent care flexible spending account (FSA) for 2020, you might not have to lose the money you contributed but didn’t spend down yet for child care expenses.

“We’re hearing a lot of employee outcry,” says Judith Wethall,

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