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Ousted Credit Suisse Chairman Had Company Pay for Empty Private Jet Flights

The former chairman of Credit Suisse had the company pay for empty private flights on multiple occasions, The Wall Street Journal reports. An internal review of company travel found that, after António Horta-Osório moved to Zurich last spring, he flew from there to London and Lisbon on several weekends, usually disembarking on a Thursday. The planes, paid for by Credit Suisse, would then return to Switzerland empty, fly back to Horta-Osório on Monday, and return him to Zurich, rather than waiting out the weekend. According to the Journal, a person close to Horta-Osório said the planes were rented and not chartered for the weekends. Horta-Osório’s use of company cash for empty planes reportedly hastened his ouster from the chairmanship. The company announced his resignation this week after none of his fellow board members chose to back him in the power struggle.
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Port Jefferson Free Library receives five-star rating

The Port Jefferson Free Library has been named as one of America’s star libraries for 2021, according to the Library Journal. Recently announced, the Journal stated, “This is the 14th year in which LJ has scored U.S. public libraries on the LJ index of public library service and awarded star library ratings.”
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While serving in Iraq as chaplain in National Guard, Woodbury County Supervisor Jeremy Taylor saw frequent attacks

SIOUX CITY -- After returning from a 10-month military deployment, Jeremy Taylor has jumped right back into his role as a Woodbury County supervisor. In a recent interview with the Journal, Taylor reflected on the lengthy time he spent away from his home in Sioux City, as he served as a chaplain with the 734th RSG Iowa Army National Guard.
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Legislative priorities for NM employers, workers to pay attention to

We’re already nearly a week into the 2022 legislative session, and the bills are flying fast and furious. Keeping up with every new bill and each hearing can be a challenge, especially for New Mexicans who are working full time or running businesses. To help those who can’t stay up to date on every twist and turn, the Journal caught up with a few groups representing New Mexico employers and employees about their priorities for the 30-day session.
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