EU Won’t Require Biofuel Suppliers to Report Emissions, SeaTac’s $15/hr Minimum Wage, Doomsday Scenario

The EU announced that it won’t require biofuel suppliers to report food-linked emissions.

SeaTac, Wash., where the minimum wage was raised to $15/hour, is acting as a guinea pig for the rest of the country as business owners deal with the significant increase in labor costs.

According to Lego’s chief financial officer, this year is going to be the company’s biggest “stress test” as consumers wait longer to purchase gifts for the holidays.

In honor of Friday the 13th, here’s a spooky scenario: the long-dormant supervolcano underneath Yellowstone National Park erupts, spreading ash across North America and destroying the food supply.

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