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Grab launches new consumer financial services, including micro-investments and loans

31 minutes ago   |   Tech Crunch

Grab announced today that its financial unit, which previously focused mainly on services for entrepreneurs and small businesses, is launching a slew of consumer products...
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AP Exclusive: Mine consultant agreed Nevada plant in danger

36 minutes ago   |   Chron

RENO, Nev. - A botanist hired by a company planning to mine one of the most promising deposits of lithium in the world believes a rare desert wildflower at the Nevada site...
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Q2 2020 Earnings Calendar

44 minutes ago   |   Crossing Wall Street

Twenty-two of our 25 Buy List stocks are reporting their Q2 earnings during this earnings season. Here's a list of reporting dates, Wall Street's consensus estimates and actual...
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The Underground Bunker Business Is Booming As Global Events Spiral Out Of Control

The Underground Bunker Business Is Booming As Global Events Spiral Out Of Control

1 hour ago   |   The Economic Collapse   |   2 articles

This is a really good time to be selling underground bunkers. The COVID-19 pandemic, civil unrest in major U.S. cities, and concern about what else may be coming have combined...
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Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott Joins OnCore Golf As Investor - Here's Why

1 hour ago   |   Forbes

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has become the latest investor in OnCore Golf, the innovative golf ball and technology company that also counts billionaire...
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COVID-19 infections trouble ships as companies try pandemic cruising in Europe, Tahiti

1 hour ago   |   Stl Today   |   2 articles

Cruising during the COVID-19 pandemic is off to a rocky start. Nearly a month after Carnival Corporation began promoting and selling tickets for its first comeback cruises on...
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Hudson Group Shares Climb 12% Amid Sizable Workforce Lay-Offs

2 hours ago   |   Forbes

Losing 40% of staff will saving the company approximately $140 million to $160 million annually.
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What Is Employee Recognition, and How Can You Implement It and Do It Well?

3 hours ago   |   Business

The work environment of today is ultra-competitive; every company is vying for the best employees, and the employees need to do their best to stay afloat. The companies on top...
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How to Foster a Culture of Empowered Employees

3 hours ago   |   Business

There's plenty of research out there showing that building a culture of employees who feel empowered yields tremendous outcomes for companies and their success. Empowered...
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The pandemic workday is 48 minutes longer and has more meetings

5 hours ago   |   Fortune   |   2 articles

We log longer hours. We attend more meetings with more people. And, we send more emails. From New York City to Tel Aviv, the telecommuting revolution has meant a lot more work...
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The Underground Bunker Business Is Booming As Global Events Spiral Out Of...

The Underground Bunker Business Is Booming As Global Events Spiral Out Of Control

This is a really good time to be selling underground bunkers. The COVID-19 pandemic, civil unrest in major U.S. cities, and concern about what else may be coming have combined... Read more ...

FAA finalizes and opens for comment its plan for the return of Boeing's 737 Max

FAA finalizes and opens for comment its plan for the return of Boeing's 737 Max

The Federal Aviation Administration on Monday published its final list of required design changes to the Boeing 737 Max, as well as changes to operation and maintenance... Read more ...

Pelosi reportedly told House Democrats that Congress likely won't come to an...

Pelosi reportedly told House Democrats that Congress likely won't come to an agreement on another pandemic relief bill until next week

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told House Democrats that Congress will likely not come to a middle ground on another coronavirus stimulus bill until mid-August. "It is my hope we... Read more ...

Trump claims lockdowns 'do not prevent infection in the future' and...

Trump claims lockdowns 'do not prevent infection in the future' and undermines Dr. Fauci's push to reconsider shutdowns in certain states

President Donald Trump on Monday claimed that the lockdowns implemented during the coronavirus pandemic haven't reduced future infections and "inflict more harm" than they... Read more ...

Did dinosaurs get cancer? A new study says yes

Did dinosaurs get cancer? A new study says yes

Our mission to help you navigate the new normal is fueled by subscribers. To enjoy unlimited access to our journalism, subscribe today . A group of Canadian researchers say... Read more ...

Twitter could be facing an FTC fine of up to $250 million over allegations...

Twitter could be facing an FTC fine of up to $250 million over allegations that it violated an agreement over user data privacy

Twitter is under investigation by the FTC and could face a fine of anywhere between $150 million to $250 million, the company disclosed in a regulatory filing Monday. Twitter... Read more ...

Religious Groups Received $6-10 Billion In COVID-19 Relief Funds, Hope For More

Religious Groups Received $6-10 Billion In COVID-19 Relief Funds, Hope For More

More than 400 evangelical churches and ministries each received forgivable loans worth at least $1 million. Read more ...

This chart shows how a Microsoft acquisition of TikTok for $50 billion would...

This chart shows how a Microsoft acquisition of TikTok for $50 billion would stack up against tech's largest deals ever

Microsoft is in talks to purchase TikTok, the massively popular video app that's owned and operated by the Chinese company ByteDance. The purchase talks come amid threats from... Read more ...

Will Direct-to-Consumer Marketing Be the New Normal?

Will Direct-to-Consumer Marketing Be the New Normal?

A general fatigue exists around the discussion of the novel coronavirus, but the fact remains that the pandemic has shifted consumer behavior in ways that may never shift back... Read more ...

A Michigan GOP lawmaker who opposes coronavirus restrictions tested positive...

A Michigan GOP lawmaker who opposes coronavirus restrictions tested positive for COVID-19. It hasn't changed his mind

Michigan state Sen. Tom Barrett, a Republican, tested positive for the novel coronavirus, he announced Sunday. Barrett had positioned himself as a staunch opponent of Gov... Read more ...