LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Here are five things to know before you go to bed on December 13, 2021.
Uber and Lyft
Uber and Lyft drivers are reluctant to start driving again despite higher salaries prompting them to return to work.
The main concern of drivers is safety.
Data in cities across the country shows carjackings, murders and other violent crimes are on the rise for drivers.
Lyft and Uber have said they are considering adding more guarantees.
If you give money to friends and family, don’t expect a refund.
A new Bankrate.com survey found that 7 in 10 American adults said they lent money to loved ones, but the poll found 38% of lenders did not repay in full and 23% said that their good deed had harmed the relationship.
While the coronavirus pandemic has seen many professionals ditch the highly polished look, homeworkers are now using online outlets to earn cash and free up space in their closets.
Several online sites are popular destinations for getting rid of clothes.
It’s been a big jump in the number of unused clothes listed on sites like Depop, eBay, Facebook Marketplace, Poshmark and thredUP.
The estate of soul singer James Brown is sold for approximately $90 million.
The “primary wave” publishing and management company is the buyer.
The deal includes all publishing rights and Brown’s name and likeness. Brown died in 2006.
Per her will, most of the assets will go towards establishing scholarships for underprivileged children in South Carolina and Georgia.
When Santa Claus arrives in many homes later this month, he is greeted with cookies.
Have you ever wondered how this tradition started?
The American part dates from the Great Depression of the 1930s.
With parents who want children to show generosity and gratitude in difficult times.
It was continuously transmitted. it is estimated that over 300 million cookies will be left out for Santa Claus in the United States alone.
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