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Are you an employee, and do you get all the benefits that come with it? Many California businesses wonder what the answer might now be for their workforce. And many may not like the answer under a new test recently adopted by the state Supreme Court.

With data now in for the first third of the year, operators of some of the nation’s ports said they are setting records as the economy keeps booming — even as volume dipped at the nation’s largest port.

Brazil’s government hailed an agreement to suspend a four-day nationwide truckers’ strike over diesel prices that wreaked havoc on Latin America’s largest economy and sparked major shortages of food and fuel.

U.S. household sentiment improved for the first time in five weeks on more upbeat views about personal finances and the economy, the Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index showed May 24.

The American Association of Port Authorities believes that in order for America’s ports to remain efficient and competitive during the next decade, more than $20 billion will be needed specifically to improve multimodal and rail access.

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