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A new CDC report found that Kansas counties who complied with a mask mandate saw a decrease in cases compared to counties that didn't

12 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released Friday found that counties in Kansas that adopted a mask mandate saw a decrease in COVID-19 transmission compared to counties that did not, which saw an increase in the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly, a Democrat, on July 3 issued a statewide mask mandate, but counties were able to individually opt-out from her order. Around 90 counties opted out of her according to a July 8 report from the Wichita Eagle .
According to the CDC report, following the issuing of...
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Amazon, DHL, Maersk, and 12 more companies that are racking up profits as retail supply chains face unprecedented demand

Amazon, DHL, Maersk, and 12 more companies that are racking up profits as retail supply chains face unprecedented demand

12 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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As this year's holiday delivery season ramps up, US supply chains are struggling to cope with unprecedented logjams, even before COVID-19 vaccine distribution starts sucking away what little slack remains in the system. The intense pressure on logistics networks could leave retailers short of supplies, consumers empty-handed come Christmas morning, and a few well-positioned companies pocketing major profits.
"As the economy has recovered, we've seen imports spike," Jonathan Gold, the National Retail Federation's head of supply chain and customs policy, said. "We've...
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Restaurant tech companies might be the key to drawing diners back amid higher COVID-19 rates, new survey data finds

Restaurant tech companies might be the key to drawing diners back amid higher COVID-19 rates, new survey data finds

12 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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There are no winners during the pandemic. But some businesses are doing better than others. Restaurants, generally, aren't doing great. Tech companies are doing better. Tech companies that support restaurants might be the closest thing to a winner the restaurant industry has
Restaurants have been through a lot this past few months. They were forced to close, then allowed to reopen slowly. Faced with a new, record-breaking wave of illness, restaurants in the US are again changing course, closing indoor seating, instituting curfews, and once again adjusting...
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The exec in charge of HBO Max breaks down the Hollywood-shaking decision to...

The exec in charge of HBO Max breaks down the Hollywood-shaking decision to release all 2021 Warner Bros. movies to streaming and theaters simultaneously: 'Predictability is at a premium'

Summary List Placement Warner Bros. announced on Thursday that its entire 2021 slate of movies will debut on HBO Max the same day they hit theaters in the US, an unprecedented... Read more ...

Southwest Airlines is preparing to furlough nearly 7,000 workers for the...

Southwest Airlines is preparing to furlough nearly 7,000 workers for the first time in its history

Summary List Placement Nearly 7,000 Southwest Airlines employees are facing furlough in the new year after negotiations to temporarily implement pay cuts broke down. The... Read more ...

Supply chain delays marred Pfizer's initial vaccine rollout plans, but the...

Supply chain delays marred Pfizer's initial vaccine rollout plans, but the company says it will still deliver on the supply it promised the US

Summary List Placement Supply chain problems reportedly caused Pfizer to cut projections for its COVID-19 vaccine rollout. Sources close to the Pfizer vaccine development told... Read more ...

Daily Crunch: Google fires co-lead of its Ethical AI team

Daily Crunch: Google fires co-lead of its Ethical AI team

Google fires a leading researcher, Stripe launches a new banking service and WarnerMedia shakes up the theatrical business model. This is your Daily Crunch for December 3... Read more ...

Small Business, Big Revenue: 4 Tips to Reach SMBs in 2021

Small Business, Big Revenue: 4 Tips to Reach SMBs in 2021

In a perfect world, all of your customers would be huge, mega accounts. We can dream, right? But the truth is, while enterprise-level accounts can bring in big revenues, these... Read more ...

Comcast picks 80 Atlanta Black-owned small businesses for RISE program

Comcast picks 80 Atlanta Black-owned small businesses for RISE program

Comcast picked the first metro 80 Atlanta Black-owned small business to receive assistance from its RISE program. Read more ...

7 helpful things to read if you can't make up your mind about high-yield savings

7 helpful things to read if you can't make up your mind about high-yield savings

Summary List Placement As people get smarter about their savings, more banks are offering a high-yield savings option. High-yield accounts generally pay rates about 10 times... Read more ...

Why Salesforce's $27.7 billion acquisition of Slack won't solve all the chat...

Why Salesforce's $27.7 billion acquisition of Slack won't solve all the chat app's issues competing with rivals like Microsoft Teams, according to experts

Summary List Placement Before Slack fetched a whopping $27.7 billion price tag from Salesforce, the workplace messaging app was struggling to keep pace with competitors Zoom... Read more ...

Mary Lee Blaylock of BHHS California Properties Named to San Diego's 500...

Mary Lee Blaylock of BHHS California Properties Named to San Diego's 500 Most Influential People

For the fourth year in a row, Mary Lee Blaylock, president and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties, has been recognized as an industry leader in the... Read more ...

Ryanair just placed a massive order for more Boeing 737 Max jets intended to...

Ryanair just placed a massive order for more Boeing 737 Max jets intended to cram as many passengers into a plane as possible

Summary List Placement Ireland's Ryanair is the latest carrier to seek out more Boeing 737 Max jets now that the Federal Aviation Administration has ended the 20-month... Read more ...