Qatar to Spend $200B on World Cup, Car-Parts Suppliers Fined $182M, Higher Wages for Wal-Mart Workers?

Qatar plans to spend $200 billion over the next decade in preparation for hosting the 2022 World Cup.

The European Commission has fined several car-parts suppliers $182 million for price fixing.

D.C. City Council has passed legislation requiring Wal-Mart and other large retailers—defined as stores with annual revenues of at least $1 billion— to pay employees $12.50 per hour, well above the district’s $8.25 minimum wage.

The FDA sets stricter limits on arsenic levels in apple juice.

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