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Public, a stock trading app, gets a seven-figure check from Scott Galloway
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The pandemic spawned several oddities of human behavior: toilet paper and sourdough starter kits flew off the shelves, and for whatever reason, so did shares of car-rental company, Hertz. The latter, in particular, garnered wide-spread disbelief. Why in the world would investors bet on a company that had just filed for bankruptcy, a move that […]

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Dubrovnik residents look to the past to understand coronavirus lockdown
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New coronavirus cases double to 99 in mainland China as imported infections jump to record
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Fighter with a 'fresh face': What Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer could bring as Biden's VP pick
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Democrats believe Michigan is a must-win for presumptive nominee Joe Biden. Having Whitmer on the ticket could help deliver the state, which went for President Trump in 2016.

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Britain's ITV under fire over presenter's 5G-coronavirus comments
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Ohio High Court: Private Company Workers Can’t Sue Over Urine Tests
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Private company workers who provide drug test urine samples under direct observation can’t sue over invasion of privacy, a divided Ohio Supreme Court ruled on Aug. 26. The court’s 4-3 decision overturned a lower-court decision that had sided with two …

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Who pays for the pandemic when insurance companies refuse?
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The Indiana Repertory Theatre is a fixture of cultural life in the Midwest. But after the COVID-19 outbreak struck, the theater had to scramble, briefly performing Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express in front of a smaller audience, and then, after the situation became too risky, shutting down completely. “We knew immediately we’d have […]

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COVID-19 – U.S. Banks Report Weak Earnings; March Retail Sales Slump
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Georgia Contractor Fined $170K After Worker Falls to Death
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A Georgia construction company was fined around $170,000 after a worker fell to his death in February at the Interstate-285/Georgia 400 interchange, officials said. Martin-Pinero Construction was cited by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration for …

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