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Reservist Coworker ‘Deploys’, Gets Paid to Drink, Party in San Diego

ATLANTA, GA – Associate claims adjuster Gary Gaviola from the Metlife (MET) regional office in Atlanta has reportedly “deployed” again with his U.S. Navy Reserve unit, which is conducting training operations with San Diego’s Third Fleet. Mr. Gaviola’s coworkers appear to be riled by the fact that he will be receiving paid company leave to complete his military obligation, as is MetLife policy.… Read more

BREAKING: Caped Crusader Spotted on Wall Street

NEW YORK CITY, NY – A mysterious figure was spotted in Downtown Manhattan late Friday night. Reports of the same individual or individuals have been rippling throughout the Financial District over the past week. Who is this masked man? What business does he have in the deep recesses of Wall Street?

Little is known about him (or her) besides the trail of avenged white-collar crimes that he leaves in his wake.… Read more

McKinsey Had History of Assisting Middle East Regimes

JERUSALEM – Reports bribing to Ukrainian oligarchs, helping China build internment camps, siphoning public funds in South Africa; 2018 was a hard year for McKinsey & Company in the press. However, Boredroom News has uncovered new documents that attest before the global management consulting company’s scandal in Saudi Arabia the firm had a history of similar activity in the region.… Read more

After Contentious Bidding War, Al’s Liquor ‘n’ Loan Announces HQ2 Across the Street

LONG ISLAND CITY, QUEENS – After nine months of searching , Al’s Liquor n’ Loan as officially announced that they have chosen the northwest corner of 46 Ave and Vernon Boulevard for the location for their second headquarters. Albert DeChristo, owner and proprietor, is confident that this expansion will not only fuel the grow of his business but also benefit the surrounding citizens.… Read more

Amazon Raises Wages to $15; Only Redeemable through Prime Now

SEATTLE, WA – This week Amazon’s (AMZN) new minimum wage of $15 an hour went into effect for over 200,000 of its U.S. employees, but reactions have been mixed. Some say that the retailer has curtailed overall compensation by ending stock grants and other benefits, and many are not happy that all take home pay is now only redeemable as Prime Now credit.… Read more

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