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JPMorgan Chase Hired 2,100 People With Criminal Records In 2018 (And Will Hire More)
Topline: JPMorgan Chase announced an expansion of its efforts to hire people with criminal backgrounds Monday, continuing the trend of big companies “banning the box” and giving people second chances.

Records: Phoenix doctor denied pointing gun at anti-abortion protester, had gun in car when arrested
Records: Phoenix doctor denied pointing gun at anti-abortion protester, had gun in car when arrested Dr. Ronald Yunis, a Phoenix obstetrician and gynecologist, denied pointing a pistol at an ...

Burlington Police footage at center of public records case draws conflicting responses
Doyle then sued the department under Vermont’s Public Records Act. The court ruled in September that members of the public could not be charged fees for inspecting public records, a landmark ruling ...

Poulin records eight points in historic performance
Penguins prospect Sam Poulin had a historic performance for Sherbrooke of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League on Sunday. He recorded eight points - two goals and six assists - in the Phoenix's 9-4 ...

JP Morgan's new policy chief says 10% of 2018 hires at the bank had criminal records
J.P. Morgan Chase — a leading corporate supporter of removing questions about convictions and arrests from job applications — hired about 2,100 people in the United States with criminal records in ...

Open database leaked 179GB in customer, US government, and military records
An open database exposing records containing the sensitive data of hotel customers as well as US military personnel and officials has been disclosed by researchers. On Monday, vpnMentor's ...

Damper, cooler weather expected after South Florida heat breaks late October records
Sunday saw freakishly hot temperatures even by South Florida standards, so much so that longtime heat records were broken, according to the weather service. In both Miami and Fort Lauderdale, the high ...

San Diego DA’s Office Ordered to Yield Records on Public-Workers’ Sex Misconduct
The San Rafael-based FAC filed suit against Stephan’s office in July 2018, alleging that it was skirting the California Public Records Act. The DA’s office argued that providing summaries of the ...

Cardinals' Terrell Suggs: Records fifth sack
Suggs made five tackles (two solo) and a sack in Sunday's 27-21 win over the Giants. Suggs now has five sacks through seven games, and he only sits behind Chandler Jones (8.5) for the team lead. Still ...

It's hard to land a bank job if you have a record. But JPMorgan Chase tells people in Chicago with criminal records: 'We're hiring.'
The nation’s largest bank by deposits has partnered with several Chicago nonprofits to mentor, train and recruit applicants who might otherwise not have considered banking because they thought their ...

Stephen Curry is preparing to unleash a vintage season that could see him break records to keep the new-look Warriors alive
Stephen Curry said he'll be in the MVP conversation if he plays the way he needs to help the Warriors win.

Oregon State football on pace to set NCAA records for fewest turnovers and lost fumbles in a season
Oregon State’s is doing a great job at hanging on to the football during the 2019 season. Maybe better than anyone in NCAA history. Through seven games, Oregon State has committed two turnovers, both ...