Payroll

  • McDonald's Sued Over Paying Workers With Fee-Laden Debit Cards

    McDonald's Sued Over Paying Workers With Fee-Laden Debit Cards

    In a handful of cities, some fast-food workers have protested in recent months, agitating... Continue Reading

  • U.S. Employers Only Add 133,000 Jobs In May

    U.S. Employers Only Add 133,000 Jobs In May

    By Christopher S. Rugaber WASHINGTON -- A private survey shows U.S. businesses boosted hiring in May modestly, a sign that the job market is recovering only slowly. Payroll provider ADP says that businesses added 133,000 jobs last month. That's higher than the revised total of 113,000 jobs it reported for... Continue Reading

  • Ex-SF Giants Employee Sentenced For Embezzlement

    Ex-SF Giants Employee Sentenced For Embezzlement

    A former payroll manager for the San Francisco Giants has been sentenced to 21 months in federal prison after she admitted to embezzling $2.2 million. Continue Reading

  • In NH, Obama To Push For Payroll Tax Cut Extension

    In NH, Obama To Push For Payroll Tax Cut Extension

    By Julie Pace WASHINGTON (AP) -- Targeting Republicans in Congress and on the presidential campaign trail, President Barack Obama is heading to New Hampshire, a political battleground, to begin a year-end push to extend payroll tax cuts. During a speech Tuesday at a Manchester high school, the president... Continue Reading

  • Newborn On Nigeria Payroll, Earning $150 A Month

    Newborn On Nigeria Payroll, Earning $150 A Month

    By Yinka Ibukun LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) -- A newborn baby in Nigeria got added to a government payroll, earning about $150 a month for the last two or three years, a discovery indicative of the widespread corruption starving the oil-rich West African nation of much needed funds, authorities said Friday. The... Continue Reading