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This Week in Apps: Instagram restricts teens' accounts, Elon Musk criticizes App Store fees, Google Play's new policies

1 month ago   |   Tech Crunch

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry...
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The cardboard real estate boom is here

1 month ago   |   Fast Company

The packaging industry is growing-and so are the buildings needed to house it. The rise and pandemic spike of e-commerce sales has had widespread effects on the economy, from...
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New report calculates damage of COVID-19 on tourism economy at $34B

1 month ago   |   Review Journal

A report by Applied Analysis' Jeremy Aguero for the LVCVA details how much the coronavirus outbreak hurt Southern Nevada and its thousands of tourism employees.
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Let's Compare The U.S. Economy Before The Pandemic To The U.S. Economy Today

Let's Compare The U.S. Economy Before The Pandemic To The U.S. Economy Today

1 month ago   |   The Economic Collapse   |   4 articles

Throughout the first half of 2021, there was a tremendous amount of optimism about the U.S. economy. Many believed that the pandemic would soon be behind us and that a new era...
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Virus Surge and Sinking Economy Vex Thailand

1 month ago   |   Economy

We have downwardly revised fourth-quarter GDP due to tourists being unlikely to return until next year.
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Here's why another tax break on unemployment benefits is unlikely

1 month ago   |   CNBC

The economy has improved and lawmakers are unlikely to offer another tax break to those who collected unemployment benefits this year, experts said.
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After Quickly Expanding, The Economy Is Expected To Slow

1 month ago   |   NPR   |   2 articles

The U.S. economy likely grew 8% in the April-June quarter from a year prior, a blistering pace of growth. But the economy is expected to slow as the delta variant and other...
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U.S. Economy Accelerated At A Solid 6.5% Rate Last Quarter

U.S. Economy Accelerated At A Solid 6.5% Rate Last Quarter

1 month ago   |   Huffington Post   |   2 articles

For all of 2021, the economy is expected to expand about 7%. That would be the strongest calendar-year growth since 1984.
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New American Economy Statement on the Introduction of the Let Immigrants Kickstart Employment Act

1 month ago   |   Renew our Economy

Following Rep. Zoe Lofgren's introduction of a new bill, New American Economy issued the following statement: “Immigrants are more likely to start a business than the rest of...
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Fed holds rates near zero, says economy has gotten better even with pandemic worries

1 month ago   |   CNBC

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday held its benchmark interest rate near zero and said the economy continues to progress despite concerns over the pandemic spread.
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Bell Bank names Senecal as deputy chief credit officer

Bell Bank announced it has named Jenny Senecal as its deputy chief credit officer. Read more ...

Ideal Credit Union hires two to management

Ideal Credit Union announced it has hired two new associates to management positions. Read more ...

MSR Design lands Women's Business Enterprise certificate

The Women's Business Development Center-Midwest has certified Minneapolis-based architecture and interior design firm MSR Design as a Women's Business Enterprise. Read more ...

Will delta variant wreck the recovery?

While there is no reason to expect a repeat of the huge disruption of 2020, the new variant puts at risk the kind of rapid recovery that has been underway for months. Read more ...

Turn off, turn on: Simple step can thwart top phone hackers

At a time of widespread digital insecurity it turns out that the oldest and simplest computer fix there is - turning a device off then back on again - can thwart hackers from... Read more ...

Burnsville industrial project heads to city council

Capstone Quadrangle is looking to construct twin office-warehouse buildings in Burnsville, with hopes of bringing new businesses to the southern metro city. Read more ...

No slowdown in sight for single-family housing

Single-family homebuilders did their part in July to add much-needed housing stock to the 13-county metro area, but multifamily construction activity was mixed during the month. Read more ...

Kraus-Anderson completes $2.5M clinic renovation in Moose Lake

Minneapolis-based Kraus-Anderson has completed a $2.5 million renovation of Essentia Health's clinic in Moose Lake, Minnesota. Read more ...

Butch Ames steps down as president of Ames Construction

Raymond G. “Butch” Ames, longtime president and CEO of Burnsville-based heavy civil and industrial contractor Ames Construction, has passed the company's leadership baton to... Read more ...

July 29, 2021 Digital Edition

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