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Support for four-day workweek soars amid coronavirus crisis

Assist for four-working day workweek soars amid coronavirus disaster

The coronavirus crisis has Us citizens yearning for very long weekends. Four of every single five US staff favor switching…

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Global economy begins to restart even as job cuts continue

World-wide overall economy starts to restart even as career cuts carry on

The outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the world wide financial state with unprecedented speed. Pursuing are…

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Mending JPM chief drops into Mt. Kisco Chase branch

Mending JPM main drops into Mt. Kisco Chase branch

Jamie Dimon’s initial general public sighting considering that he underwent coronary heart surgical procedure 3 months back has resulted in…

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Sycamore Partners in talks to buy JCPenney

Sycamore Partners in talks to get JCPenney

Private fairness organization Sycamore Companions is in preliminary talks to acquire JCPenney out of individual bankruptcy should the US office…

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Marriott says Trump ordered cease to Cuba hotel business

Marriott suggests Trump requested cease to Cuba hotel business

The Trump administration has ordered Marriott International to wind down resort operations in Communist-operate Cuba, a firm spokeswoman instructed Reuters,…

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Bombardier to cut 2,500 aviation jobs as pandemic dents travel demand

Bombardier to cut 2,500 aviation jobs as pandemic dents travel demand

Canadian plane and train maker Bombardier Inc said on Friday it would cut 2,500 jobs, or about 11 percent of…

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Barry Diller says IAC, Expedia will ditch earnings guidance

Barry Diller says IAC, Expedia will ditch earnings guidance

Media magnate Barry Diller says his companies will end the “absurd” practice of giving earnings guidance to shareholders. The billionaire…

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Retailers tighten security as looting fears rise

Retailers tighten security as looting fears rise

It may be safer to rob a bank. Retailers across the country are increasing their defenses to protect against looting,…

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Bernie Madoff denied compassionate release, likely to die in prison

Bernie Madoff denied compassionate release, likely to die in prison

A federal judge on Thursday rejected Bernard Madoff’s request to be released from prison early because he was dying of…

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Ken Griffin pays $ 100 million for Basquiat painting amid racial protests

Ken Griffin pays $ 100 million for Basquiat painting amid racial protests

Hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin has disbursed more than $ 100 million for a painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat, the late…

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