MOONLIGHT MADNESS: For some people, the days of being a one-job man or woman may be gone. An uncertain economy has made moonlighting attractive, a local researcher says.
STABLE INVESTMENT: Dr. Curtis Poindexter and Michelle Sawyer are working to establish Windrock Farms as a new, luxury place for horses to live and work.
EXECUTIVE SNAPSHOT: Reed Radosevich, Nevada president of Northern Trust, discusses his love of exotic cars and his world travels.
THIS WEEK’S LIST: Major construction projects.
THIS WEEK’S BUSINESS PRESS POLL QUESTION
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In two cases last week, the Supreme Court gave employees more leeway to sue when they face retaliation after complaining about discrimination by their employers. Some court observers and businesspeople suggest that the rulings may be signaling a shift in the court’s thinking toward business-related cases.
“Do you think the Supreme Court will be leaning more in favor of employees than employers in future business cases?“
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