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UK had contingency plan for PM Johnson's death as he battled COVID-19, The Sun reports
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The Protein Bar Game Is Going Vegan
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Plant-based protein is a trend that’s here to stay in the health-minded snack market.

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Millions of Americans won’t be able to pay all their bills this month. What financial experts advise
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If you’re like most Americans, the coming months are going to mean making some hard financial choices. Pay the rent, or pay off high-interest credit card bills? What about medical bills? Food? Over 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment last week, setting an all-time record. Many have been laid off, furloughed, or had their hours […]

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You can go out again. But, conditions apply
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You can go out again. But, conditions applyReligious places, malls, restaurants and hotels outside the containment zones can reopen from June 8.

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North P&I Enters Blue-Water Hull, Machinery Market
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Global marine insurer North P&I has entered the blue-water and hull and machinery market with a new insurance product line. The new offering from North is designed for larger ocean-going vessels and will complement the H&M insurance already available from …

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FedEx is shipping tens of thousands of coronavirus tests to labs each week
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The recently-announced initiative to offer coronavirus tests in the parking lots of several major U.S. retailers and at community centers is starting to ramp up, according to one of the delivery companies working on it. FedEx Express, the delivery giant’s rush service, told Fortune that it is now handling the delivery of swabs taken at […]

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Many insiders are buying their beaten-up stocks, a vote of confidence in a recovery
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Chief operating officer at Ford Motors bought about 195,000 shares of Ford this week, according to InsiderScore

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Bosch to Pay $550K to West Virginia for Role in Emissions Scandal
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West Virginia has received a $550,000 payment from a German firm related to a car emissions-rigging scandal, state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced last month. Morrisey announced the payment from auto parts and technology company Bosch. German automaker Volkswagen admitted …

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Modi calls up former Presidents & PMs, Congress chief
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This comes ahead of the PM’s scheduled videoconferencing with the leaders of all political parties on April 8, amid criticism that he had not held talks with the opposition leaders or sought their suggestions on how to combat the pandemic.

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