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New employee leave provisions apply to small businesses, too

New employee leave provisions apply to small businesses, too

2 minutes ago   |   Cinfin   |   3 articles

A new law affects provisions for employee leave connected to the COVID-19 illness. If your business employs fewer than 500 workers, you may be subject to new requirements for...
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Caesars executives acquire shares of company

4 minutes ago   |   Review Journal

Eight executives with Caesars Entertainment Corp. acquired more than a half-million dollars of company stock, according to a series of SEC filings Tuesday.
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Drive-By Heat Sensors Could Help Detect Vehicle Occupants With COVID-19

17 minutes ago   |   Forbes   |   3 articles

An Israeli company says thermal sensors on its drive-through vehicle inspection stations can help detect drivers and passengers who may have a fever, providing a valuable heads...
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Road Innovation From Sweden Save Lives Around The Globe

37 minutes ago   |   Forbes

A simple road design "safety fence" has dramatically reduced head-on crashes in Sweden and many other countries.
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Exclusive: U.S. aims to lease space in emergency oil stockpile, after buying plan canceled - sources

1 hour ago   |   Reuters   |   4 articles

The Trump administration plans to lease out space for energy companies to store oil in the nation's Strategic Petroleum Reserve, after a previous effort to buy millions of...
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Business Aviation Threads The Needle Through Market Uncertainty

2 hours ago   |   Forbes

When it comes to predicting how the business aviation industry will fare, - well, it depends.
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Using TikTok To Build Your Business

2 hours ago   |   Forbes

Generally viewed as a social media platform for tweens and teens, TikTok is gaining fans among advertisers, many of which are having noteworthy success.
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How to Choose the Best CRM for Your Business Needs

3 hours ago   |   Business 2 Community

If you asked someone 30 years ago what customer relationship management meant, you'd get a very different answer than if you asked that question today. Back then, says Jon...
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Oracle tells employees it donated a COVID-19 'therapeutic learning system' that can help speed up the development of a treatment to the US government

Oracle tells employees it donated a COVID-19 'therapeutic learning system' that can help speed up the development of a treatment to the US government

3 hours ago   |   Business Insider   |   3 articles

Oracle founder Larry Ellison and CEO Safra Catz told employees Tuesday that the tech giant has set up cloud tools to help the US government find a COVID-19 cure faster...
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The Trump administration is ramping up airstrikes in Somalia, where a human rights group says they are increasingly killing civilians

The Trump administration is ramping up airstrikes in Somalia, where a human rights group says they are increasingly killing civilians

3 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Since the start of the year, the US has carried out dozens of airstrikes in Somalia, where it is battling the extremist group Al-Shabaab. Amnesty International says the...
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Dow caps worst first quarter ever with 410-point drop on continued...

Dow caps worst first quarter ever with 410-point drop on continued coronavirus fears

US stocks declined on Tuesday as investors weighed a longer-than-expected recovery from the escalating coronavirus outbreak. The weak trading came as major banks revised their... Read more ...

Oracle tells employees it donated a COVID-19 'therapeutic learning system'...

Oracle tells employees it donated a COVID-19 'therapeutic learning system' that can help speed up the development of a treatment to the US government

Oracle founder Larry Ellison and CEO Safra Catz told employees Tuesday that the tech giant has set up cloud tools to help the US government find a COVID-19 cure faster... Read more ...

New Webinar Series From RPR®: Use This Downtime to Up Your Skills

New Webinar Series From RPR®: Use This Downtime to Up Your Skills

NAR PULSE-REALTORS® across the country might find a few more hours on their hands as people stay home to flatten the curve of coronavirus. Turn this extra time into an... Read more ...

Photos show how New York is grappling with the coronavirus outbreak as the...

Photos show how New York is grappling with the coronavirus outbreak as the city rushes to build new hospitals and the state death toll surpasses 1,550

New York has been hit hardest by the coronavirus outbreak in the US, causing the streets to feel eerily empty and the hospitals and morgues to be hopelessly overwhelmed. Gov... Read more ...

More Americans could die from coronavirus than those killed in battle during...

More Americans could die from coronavirus than those killed in battle during Civil War, White House projection shows

President Donald Trump and his leading health advisers dealing with the novel coronavirus pandemic offered some grim statistics for Americans in the weeks ahead. Statistical... Read more ...

Xerox is reportedly dropping its $30 billion hostile takeover bid for for HP

Xerox is reportedly dropping its $30 billion hostile takeover bid for for HP

Xerox is ending its hostile bid to take over Hewlett-Packard, ending a corporate battle that got derailed by the coronavirus crisis, according to a report. Xerox will withdraw... Read more ...

Airlines pivot from passengers to cargo amid coronavirus crisis

Airlines pivot from passengers to cargo amid coronavirus crisis

The coronavirus outbreak has pushed the airline industry into strange territory. For American Airlines, that means - for the first time in 36 years - flying two cargo-only... Read more ...

Amazon delivery drivers share what its like to be on the front lines of the...

Amazon delivery drivers share what its like to be on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, including not having time to wash their hands and uncleaned vans

Amazon delivery drivers are on the frontlines of the coronavirus crisis as COVID-19 continues to spread across the US. Drivers told Business Insider they regularly deliver... Read more ...

A contractor at one of Amazon's massive cloud data centers says that the...

A contractor at one of Amazon's massive cloud data centers says that the company is putting workers at risk without offering hazard pay

Amazon Web Services is the market-leading cloud computing platform, providing the infrastructure for apps like Zoom and Netflix - making it a crucial part of how the world... Read more ...

How to defer your bill payments if you've been financially affected by the...

How to defer your bill payments if you've been financially affected by the coronavirus

If you've been financially impacted by the coronavirus, you may be able to defer payments on your mortgage, credit card, auto loan, private student loan, or personal loan. Many... Read more ...