Daily Archives: July 3, 2020

Slip Into the Long Weekend With a Soviet Spritz 

I cannot imagine anyone is feeling very patriotic right now. If there is one thing that we can all agree on, it’s that things suck really bad in the USA, and celebrating America feels tone deaf at best. I never feel particularly patriotic, but I’m not going to let that stop me from drinking over the long weekend.…

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How Hong Kong beat coronavirus and avoided lockdown 

Hong Kong is one of the world’s densest cities. Public transit is often packed. There are even direct flights from Wuhan. Yet, the city managed to handle the outbreak with a combination of factors.

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Economist On How Strong Jobs Report And New Coronavirus Outbreaks Affect U.S. Economy 

NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly talks with economist Douglas Holtz-Eakin about what the strong jobs report and rising coronavirus numbers might mean for the future of the U.S. economy.

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Tesco demands supplier price cuts in discount battle 

Britain’s biggest supermarket has reportedly given suppliers until 10 July to agree price cuts.

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Terrifying model of the remote home worker of 2045 revealed  

The home worker of 2045 is represented by ‘Susan’, a scary rendering created by clinical psychologists and fitness experts.

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How Investors Are Addressing Racial Injustice 

Different strategies for socially responsible investing are working toward a similar goal: to pressure companies and municipalities to operate more equitably.

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Chinese app ban may hinder business communication 

Importers of agricultural commodities from China are also worried. Traders said they would have to look for alternatives for communication with Chinese parties.

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GST Council: Why some revenue department officials are disappointed with state finance ministers 

In its October 2017 meeting, the GST Council decided that the notifications, circulars and orders which are issued by the central government with the approval of the competent authority would be forwarded to the GST Council secretariat, the official added.

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Serena Williams And Daughter Olympia Are Tennis Twins As They Hit Court Together 

The 23-time grand slam champion, who hopes to play at the U.S. Open next month, and the 2-year-old made a perfect pair in all-purple ensembles.

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We cannot in good conscience open the pub’ 

Pubs in England are allowed to reopen from Saturday, but some venues are keeping their doors shut.

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Business As Usual During The Pandemic, This Time Through Plexiglass 

Demand for plexiglass has skyrocketed due to the coronavirus as businesses worldwide install protective barriers.

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Below The Radar: The MICRO Act 

The 1976 quote by Nelson “Pete” Shields has forced anti-Second Amendment extremists to turn to various means enacting back-door registration. The MICRO Act is one of those attempts… The post Below The Radar: The MICRO Act appeared first on AmmoLand.com.

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Dad horrified at £4,642 gaming app bill 

A father who paid £4.99 for his daughter to use a smartphone app was shocked to find a £4,642 bill.

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Need a Read this Weekend? Vogue Staffers Recommend These Timely and Classic Books 

From the beach read to the historical tome, there is something for everyone in this Vogue-curated list of summer reading.

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Chrissy Teigen Slams American Airlines: They Don’t Care ‘If You Get Sick And Die’ 

The airline lifted its capacity from 85% to 100% as of July 1 and also got criticized by CDC director Dr. Robert Redfield and Dr. Anthony Fauci earlier this week.

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