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US suffers world's biggest jump in economic misery as COVID cases surge

US suffers world's biggest jump in economic misery as COVID cases surge

4 minutes ago   |   Business Insider   |   5 articles

The US is set to suffer the biggest jump in economic misery this year as inflation slows and unemployment spikes. The country dropped to rank 25 from rank 50 in Bloomberg's...
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How Loss Of Jake Muzzin Impacts Maple Leafs Against Blue Jackets

18 minutes ago   |   Forbes

Jake Muzzin will not be back for the Maple Leafs during their series with the Blue Jackets. How much will that impact Toronto's defense corps?
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Can Media Share An Athlete's COVID-19 Positive Test?

18 minutes ago   |   Forbes

Auston Matthews was not too happy with media sharing his positive COVID-19. Can media share those positive tests? Here's your answer.
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Congress Should Stimulate Economic Recovery By Empowering Businesses To Issue Tax-Free Debt

18 minutes ago   |   Forbes

To stimulate the recovery from the Covid-19 recession, Congress should consider allowing private businesses to issue tax-free debt and loans.
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WATCH: 2 YouTube creators explain how they've adapted their businesses during the pandemic and how they got their starts as influencers

20 minutes ago   |   Business Insider   |   4 articles

In this Business Insider webinar, YouTube creators and influencers Katy Bellotte and Ruby Asabor walked us through how they built their businesses using social media. They also...
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High-flyer Fastly plunges 21% despite earnings beat after CEO reveals TikTok is its largest customer

High-flyer Fastly plunges 21% despite earnings beat after CEO reveals TikTok is its largest customer

20 minutes ago   |   Business Insider   |   6 articles

High-flying Fastly plunged as much as 21% on Thursday despite reporting second quarter earnings that beat estimates and raising guidance. Fastly has seen a surge in business...
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Job diary: I've been a Starbucks barista for 8 years. Working at the coffee chain sometimes feels like a social experiment

Job diary: I've been a Starbucks barista for 8 years. Working at the coffee chain sometimes feels like a social experiment

20 minutes ago   |   Business Insider

Gina is 49 years old and has been working at various Starbucks locations in New Jersey for eight years. Despite Starbucks' good benefits like medical coverage, 401, and stocks...
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How the CEO of Hint water capitalized on the race to stock up on essential goods during the pandemic, increasing its DTC business by 300% and landing a national deal with Costco

How the CEO of Hint water capitalized on the race to stock up on essential goods during the pandemic, increasing its DTC business by 300% and landing a national deal with Costco

20 minutes ago   |   Business Insider   |   2 articles

Hint, the San Francisco beverage startup, took a substantial hit to its corporate food service business when tech titans closed campuses and sent workers home amid COVID-19...
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Top 10 Strategies to Increase Hotel Direct Bookings in 2020 - By Jeremy Razook

Top 10 Strategies to Increase Hotel Direct Bookings in 2020 - By Jeremy Razook

24 minutes ago   |   Hotel News Resource

This is the ultimate guide to hotel direct booking strategies that will keep OTAs from putting you out of business. We'll look at the 10 best strategies to increase your...
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How to Leverage Marketing Automation to Generate More Leads

How to Leverage Marketing Automation to Generate More Leads

28 minutes ago   |   Business 2 Community

The incorporation of the internet in human lives has changed the way people live and work. The mode of advertisement for the businesses is no exception to this! As a result...
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Google's first foldable Pixel phone is reportedly coming late next year...

Google's first foldable Pixel phone is reportedly coming late next year, says a leaked internal document

Google is reportedly planning to release its first foldable Pixel phone in the fourth quarter of 2021, according to a report from 9to5Google citing an internal company... Read more ...

Bank of America has made at least 45 hires this year for an aggressive push...

Bank of America has made at least 45 hires this year for an aggressive push into a red-hot wealth business where rival Morgan Stanley has a head start

Bank of America is building out a team of specialists with an eye on pushing further into the competitive world of benefits offerings for other companies' employees. This year... Read more ...

Uber is set to reveal how badly the coronavirus hurt its business in the 2nd...

Uber is set to reveal how badly the coronavirus hurt its business in the 2nd quarter. Here's what to expect from its pivot to food delivery

Uber will report its second-quarter earnings on Thursday afternoon. The company saw its core ride-hailing business hobbled by the coronavirus pandemic in the spring and going... Read more ...

Weekly Initial Unemployment Claims decrease to 1,186,000

Weekly Initial Unemployment Claims decrease to 1,186,000

The DOL reported : In the week ending August 1, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 1,186,000, a decrease of 249,000 from the previous week's revised... Read more ...

Biden will spend a record $280 million on ads, with 20% going to digital

Biden will spend a record $280 million on ads, with 20% going to digital

Joe Biden announced a planned $280 million in ad buys, with 20% going to digital. This is in line with our pre-pandemic predictions that digital political ad spend would... Read more ...

Why bank stocks could surge 50% in the next 18 months, according to a Wells...

Why bank stocks could surge 50% in the next 18 months, according to a Wells Fargo analyst

Mike Mayo, Wells Fargo senior banking analyst, told CNBC bank stocks could increase by 50% in the next 18 to 24 months. He explained that banks are experiencing the highest... Read more ...

How the CEO of Hint water capitalized on the race to stock up on essential...

How the CEO of Hint water capitalized on the race to stock up on essential goods during the pandemic, increasing its DTC business by 300% and landing a national deal with Costco

Hint, the San Francisco beverage startup, took a substantial hit to its corporate food service business when tech titans closed campuses and sent workers home amid COVID-19... Read more ...

US stocks edge lower as investors weigh better-than-expected jobless claims...

US stocks edge lower as investors weigh better-than-expected jobless claims against stimulus worries

US stocks edged lower as investors weighed better-than-expected jobless claims against stimulus worries. Gold notched another record high as investors continue to pile into the... Read more ...

The first app using Apple and Google's COVID-19 contact tracing tech in the...

The first app using Apple and Google's COVID-19 contact tracing tech in the US is about to launch

Apple and Google's contact tracing technology will make its US debut this week with the launch of Virginia's state-wide coronavirus contact tracing app. The technology uses... Read more ...

A millionaire fitness founder shares the 5 steps he followed to grow his...

A millionaire fitness founder shares the 5 steps he followed to grow his online business from $2,000 in annual sales to more than $3 million in just 5 years

At 22, Tanner Chidester dropped out of college with just a semester left, and had to move into his parents' basement to save cash. Five years later, he's founded two businesses... Read more ...