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Fonterra appears to have seen the error of its ways on bill paying

Fonterra appears to have seen the error of its ways when it come to paying its bills, if Small Business Minister Stuart Nash is to be believed.Nash cited the dairy giant as one of the companies that "has confirmed it is seeking... [Author: [email protected]]
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Watch SpaceX nail the key stages of its latest Starlink launch

The mission's Falcon 9 booster became the first one to achieve five landings
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Global Markets: Asian shares hit two-month high as economic optimism spreads

Asian shares rose to a two-month high on Thursday as government stimulus expectations supported investor confidence in an economic recovery from the global coronavirus pandemic.
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Asian shares hit two-month high as economic optimism spreads

Asian shares rose to a two-month high on Thursday as government stimulus expectations supported investor confidence in an economic recovery from the global coronavirus pandemic.
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Market Watch: Pandemic, unemployment, riots - nothing rattles Wall Street

Protests and riots dominate headlines and appear to have brought much of America to a standstill, but Wall Street's big recovery continues build.What was happening in America was very sad, said Pie Funds chief executive Mike Taylor,... [Author: [email protected]]
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Covid 19 coronavirus: Impact on NZ economy 'may not be as severe' as predicted

Signs are emerging that the economic hit from Covid-19 might not be as bad as expected, although what actually happens from slamming the brakes on activity both at home and abroad remains uncertain."From the outset of this pandemic,... [Author: [email protected]]
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Minimal Global Service for SpaceX Starlink With 420 Production Satellites

SpaceX keeps winning with a successful of another 60 Starlink satellites. This means they have 420 production satellites in orbit which is enough for minimum global service. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Amazon warehouse workers sue company over coronavirus dangers

The suit claims Amazon's safety practices put more than just themselves at risk
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My New Normal

Friday will be my last day at the labor of love of a company where I spent nearly eleven years working with some of the brightest minds, world-class clients, and companies this planet has to offer. Like many others, COVID-19 and the economic fallout it causes has come knocking directly on my door, co-mingled with a backdrop of social unrest and palpable frustration that so many of us are feeling. It's the most intense of times. Amidst this sudden and difficult news—something caught me off gua...
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SpaceX launches 60 more Starlink satellites and achieves a reusability record for a Falcon 9 booster

SpaceX launched its second Falcon 9 rocket in the span of just four days on Wednesday at 9:25 PM EDT (6:25 PM PDT). This one was carrying 60 more satellites for its Starlink constellation, which will bring the total currently in operation on orbit to 480. The launch took off from Florida, where SpaceX launched astronauts for the first time ever on Saturday for the final demonstration mission of its Crew Dragon to fulfill the requirements of NASA’s Commercial Crew human-rating process. Today’s...
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How To Have A More Efficient Small Business

Now that you’ve put in the hard work to create your small business, you’ll want to ensure that it lasts a long time. To do so, your organization must have efficient operations. That involves changing with the times and adapting to trends, as well as adjusting how you do certain activities as your business grows. Here are ways to have a more efficient small business than your competitors. Create a Powerful Website. A business website is something that you need, no matter the size o...
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How To Make Data-Driven Marketing Decisions

Effective digital marketing campaigns are driven by data. Traffic sources, conversions, cost per click, and many other metrics have a wide range of potential variables to analyze, so it’s essential that you are able to identify that data that is the most crucial to your business. Data-driven decisions in marketing can have a number of benefits, providing you with better, faster results, and increasing your return on investment. Here’s what you can do to make better business decisions with your ...
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KC Chiefs are champs again, this time with a tax victory

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes celebrating his team's victory. (Image via GIPHY) The Kansas City Chiefs are champions again, this time coming out victorious in a courtroom tax match-up. Exactly four months after the Chiefs won Super Bowl LIV, the Missouri Supreme Court delivered the National Football League franchise a decisive victory in its effort to avoid paying sales taxes. It ends the tax fight that began in 2014 when the Chiefs appealed a Missouri Department of Revenue p...
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New Normal: Conversation with Sridhar Vembu of Zoho

I have been doing video interviews with a number of CIOs, software executives and practitioners about acrobatics they have been seeing in various vertical sectors during the COVID-19 crisis and the "New normal" they can expect as the economy wakes... [Author: vinnie]
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Wall Street firm will pay junior bankers not to work

Evercore Partners Inc. is offering to pay incoming junior bankers up to $25,000 to delay starting their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic, according to external recruiters, a move that hasn't been seen on Wall Street since the last financial crisis.
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A diversity consultant says real change may hit the tech industry due to the George Floyd protests and the coronavirus crisis. Silicon Valley hasn't changed much after past scrutiny, but this time could be different.

Silicon Valley has long had a diversity problem, but in the past the industry has largely been able to evade addressing it. But a combination of the coronavirus crisis and the protests over the death of George Floyd have led to a new moment in the Valley where it may be finally forced to contend with its own legacy of systemic racism, said Y-Vonne Hutchinson, CEO of ReadySet and an expert on inclusion and diversity issues. People inside and outside tech companies are no longer as enthralled wi...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Microsoft, Youtube, Softbank, US, Trends, Silicon Valley, Deloitte, Andreessen Horowitz, Jesse Jackson, National Venture Capital Association, Bay Area, Trump


Sherman Oaks mid-century home designed by Ray Kappe seeks $2.4 million

Glass walls, skylights and exposed beams fill the 2,987 square feet interior. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The sunken dining room with a fireplace is pictured with the central wet bar. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds A view of the wet bar. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The living room with a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling glass walls. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The galley kitchen. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The master bedroom. ...
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Which Healthcare Jobs Are on the Rise in the US?

the experts say that the post-corona world could offer a different perspective on our society. In other words, the role of medical workers in tomorrow’s world could be more appreciated than ever before.
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Snapchat removes Trump account from curated promotional section

Snap Inc said it would no longer promote U.S. President Donald Trump's account in Snapchat's Discover section, saying his incendiary comments last week made the account ineligible for the curated section where users explore new content.
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Amid pandemic, investors bet on India's Jio and its giant-killer playbook

From its Silicon Valley-like campus near Mumbai, Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani's Jio telecom carrier is emerging as a winner from changes in the way Indian consumers plug into a digital economy made more urgent by the coronavirus pandemic.
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AirPods Pro vs. AirPods: Which are better?

The AirPods Pro have quickly become the go-to for wireless earbuds, but at $249, is that extra cash worth it?
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Watch live: No word from Aussies on when transtasman flights to begin - Winston Peters

The Australian Government has yet to give its support to transtasman flights beginning from July 1, Foreign Minister Winston Peters says.The actual timetable of Wellington to Canberra flights would be more up to the Australian Government... [Author: [email protected]]
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Covid 19 coronavirus: Winston Peters says he stepped in to improve proposal to ease commercial rent pains

NZ First leader Winston Peters says his party put the kibosh on Labour's wish to change all existing lease arrangements to help ease commercial rent pains.The solution is now better targeted to help New Zealand-based small businesses... [Author: [email protected]]
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No word from Aussies on when transtasman flights to begin - Winston Peters

The Australian Government has yet to give its support to transtasman flights beginning from July 1, Foreign Minister Winston Peters says.The timetable of Wellington to Canberra flights would be more up to the Australian Government... [Author: [email protected]]
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Amazon Air adding 12 more cargo jets so you can get your order more quickly

But the expansion is about more than just moving packages around the country
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From wagyu beef to melons, Japan's $2.2 trillion virus rescue piques struggling firms

As the coronavirus jolts Japan, the government's huge stimulus package has come under fire from hard-hit restaurant owners for channelling funds for items like wagyu beef, melons and tourism rather than accelerating help for firms with burning cash needs.
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U.S. Senate passes bill lengthening coronavirus small-business loan terms

The U.S. Senate unanimously approved legislation on Wednesday giving small businesses up to 24 weeks to use Paycheck Protection Program loans created during the coronavirus pandemic, up from the current eight-week deadline.
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How the COVID Downturn is Changing the Business Lending Landscape

Drawn-out reopenings aren't helping a demoralized business sector rebuild credit and earnings. Federal commercial lending adds new twist. The post How the COVID Downturn is Changing the Business Lending Landscape appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Finance, Featured Content, Lending Strategies, Coronavirus


But What Words?

I am not with them. I am without. I witness the world being birthed anew. I know nothing more. I feel so much more. And so, I am without words. Unable to encompass this all. (Dear reader, may you be happy and healthy.) Other articles that might tickle your fancy: Wishing You A Joyful Holidays “Criticize By Creating” A Waste of Words
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