Daily Archives: August 17, 2020

Despite COVID-19, 2020 Beats 2019 For Legal Pot Industry, Says New Report 

For the legal cannabis industry, COVID-19 has impacted the emerging space in ways that will likely resonate for a long time afterwards. A new report by three major companies examines the pandemic’s effects while making a rosy projection for the rest of 2020.

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‘Resign!’ Belarus president booed by striking workers 

Lukashenko says he is preparing a vote on constitutional changes that will see him eventually hand over power

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Colgate’s latest AI-powered smart toothbrush starts at $50 

Smart toothbrushes have been around for a few years now, but they haven’t quite caught on. Sure, they promise better habits via connected sensors, but they also tend to be very expensive ($100 and up). Colgate, however, has come up with a potential a…

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China welcomes Putin’s proposed summit on Iran 

US President Donald Trump said he probably would not participate in any such summit after arms resolution failure.

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Headhunters charged with diversifying UK boardrooms still mainly white 

There are only six black executives and board members among leading five firms, finds the Guardian ‘We’ll hire 100 black interns a year’In the ruthless world of executive headhunting, Cynthia Davis got used to being called “the black girl”. In the early 2000s, she vividly recalls being one of only five women – and the only black employee – in a Leeds-based f […]

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2-time Olympic champion Northug busted for cocaine, speeding 

Two-time Olympic cross-country skiing champion Petter Northug has admitted to possessing cocaine, speeding and driving under the influence

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