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NBC reaches deal with Roku over Peacock app, avoiding blackout
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NBCUniversal reached a deal to have its Peacock service carried on Roku Inc. devices, adding potentially millions of viewers after agreeing to share advertising revenue. Earlier Friday, NBC had threatened to stop delivering content to more than 11 of its apps on Roku by Saturday morning, escalating a standoff with the company over its refusal […]

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Markets are expected to be choppy, but dip buyers could be looking at tech favorites in week ahead
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Markets are likely to be volatile in the week ahead, as investors look to buy dip in tech stocks.

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Cramer's week ahead: The market will go lower until the big IPOs ease up
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"All the great earnings in the world won't save this Humpty Dumpty market if we keep getting slammed by people selling good [stocks] to buy the smoking-hot, 100-times sales IPOs," the "Mad Money" host said.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, pioneering Supreme Court justice, dies at age 87
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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died, the Supreme Court said Friday.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's biggest cases: Equal pay, Bush v. Gore and insider trading
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Some of her biggest cases include women at the Virginia Military Institute, equal pay for women and men, and Bush v Gore.

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7 Books for Shifting Your Perspective On Success
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The experience of others can teach you a lot about how to craft your own definition of achievement.

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Service Businesses Need a Digital Revolution: Here's How You Do It
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More people are spending time at home and buying online. Service businesses need to meet them there.

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5 Entrepreneurial Lessons from The King Himself, LeBron James
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You can learn a lot about what it takes to succeed in business from the NBA superstar.

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Report Shows Steep Drop in California Workers’ Comp IMRs in 1st Half Year
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The number of independent medical reviews used to resolve California workers’ compensation medical disputes fell sharply in the first half of 2020 as the pandemic took a toll on the state’s economy with statewide unemployment spiking to a record level …

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