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This Week: Job openings, consumer credit, Walgreens earns

1 hour ago   |   Chron

A look at some of the key business events and economic indicators upcoming this week: SCARCE JOBS Employers have been putting up fewer help wanted signs as the pandemic has...
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Violent Crime Is Surging Dramatically In Major Cities All Over America

Violent Crime Is Surging Dramatically In Major Cities All Over America

1 hour ago   |   The Economic Collapse

What we are witnessing all over the country right now is incredibly sad. In the aftermath of the tragic death of George Floyd, it would have been wonderful to see the entire...
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How You Get Your Berries: Migrant Workers Who Fear Virus, but Toil On

2 hours ago   |   NY Times

Many laborers in New Jersey follow the ripening of crops up the East Coast. Each influx of new workers brings the risk of a fresh outbreak.
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At Pangong Tso, Chinese And Indian Fleets Square Off At 14,000 Feet

12 hours ago   |   Forbes

An important-and overlooked-maritime confrontation is underway on the roof of the world. As China and India face off across their mountainous border, an arms race is underway...
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Florida and Texas both hit record highs for new coronavirus cases on Saturday as outbreaks keep surging in the South

14 hours ago   |   Business Insider   |   2 articles

Florida and Texas both recorded daily records for new coronavirus cases on Saturday as outbreaks in the South continue to spiral. Florida reported 11,458 new coronavirus cases...
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American Or United - Which Airline Should You Fly During This Pandemic?

15 hours ago   |   Forbes   |   2 articles

I am currently executive platinum with American Airlines and only gold status with United, so I wish it weren't so, but considering the boarding process and how refunds and...
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Federal student loan interest rates for the upcoming school year will be lower than ever, outstripping the previous record from 2005

18 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Federal student loan interest rates are at a historic low for the 2020-2021 school year. All undergraduate federal student loans will carry a 2.75% interest rate, while...
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The Australian Air Force Can Send Just Two Fighters Into Battle With China

18 hours ago   |   Forbes

The tyranny of distance weighs heavily on Australia's ability to deploy air power.
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These 4 Aircraft Types Are The Most Common With Narco Smugglers

18 hours ago   |   Forbes

On July 2 law enforcement found a Gulfstream-II business jet abandoned on a clandestine runway in Southern Mexico. But how common are these narco-planes?
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Neighborhood Goods Proves Its New Department Store Model Works, As Macy's And JCPenney Flounder

21 hours ago   |   Forbes   |   2 articles

Neighborhood Goods is building a new department store business model that is less transactional and more relational. Now with 3 stores, it is poised to grow with money in its...
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The Latest: Australia's most populous state to close border

The Latest: Australia's most populous state to close border

SYDNEY, Australia - The leader of Australia's most populous state says her government's decision to close its border with hard-hit Victoria state marks a new phase in the... Read more ...

The Latest: Philippines reports spike in coronavirus cases

The Latest: Philippines reports spike in coronavirus cases

MANILA, Philippines - The Philippines has reported its biggest spike in coronavirus infections in recent days as the government eases quarantine restrictions to revive the... Read more ...

The Latest: Phoenix mayor points to crisis in virus testing

The Latest: Phoenix mayor points to crisis in virus testing

PHOENIX - Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego is pointing to a “crisis” involving coronavirus testing shortages in her city due to surging cases in Arizona, which leads the U.S. in new... Read more ...

July 5 COVID-19 Test Results

July 5 COVID-19 Test Results

The US is now conducting over 600,000 tests per day, and that might be enough to allow test-and-trace in some areas. Based on the experience of other countries, the percent... Read more ...

Croatia's ruling conservatives winning parliamentary vote

Croatia's ruling conservatives winning parliamentary vote

ZAGREB, Croatia - The ruling conservatives are overwhelmingly winning Croatia's parliamentary elections held Sunday amid a spike in new coronavirus cases as the latest European... Read more ...

Developers cancel long-delayed, $8B Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Developers cancel long-delayed, $8B Atlantic Coast Pipeline

RICHMOND, Va. - The developers of the long-delayed, $8 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline announced the cancellation of the multi-state natural gas project Sunday, citing... Read more ...

The Latest: Mississippi Speaker Gunn positive for virus

The Latest: Mississippi Speaker Gunn positive for virus

JACKSON, Miss. - Mississippi House Speaker Philip Gunn says he has tested positive for the coronavirus as state health officials report more than 200 new infections and five... Read more ...

Census: Household Pulse Survey shows 32% of Households Expect Loss in...

Census: Household Pulse Survey shows 32% of Households Expect Loss in Income; 24.5% Concerned about Housing

Note: The question on lost income is always since March 13, 2020 - so this percentage will not decline. From the Census Bureau: Measuring Household Experiences during the... Read more ...

Embracing Technology May Be Now or Never for Real Estate Pros

Embracing Technology May Be Now or Never for Real Estate Pros

For some time, technology has played a major role in real estate, with various tools and tech platforms designed to streamline our business and make it easier for us and our... Read more ...

The Latest: FDA head rejects Trump's 'harmless' virus claim

The Latest: FDA head rejects Trump's 'harmless' virus claim

WASHINGTON - The Food and Drug Administration commissioner is declining to back up President Donald Trump's claim that 99% of coronavirus cases are “harmless.” Read more ...