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Chaos in California’s unemployment insurance program

Long before the COVID-19 shredded California’s economy, the state’s unemployment insurance program was deeply troubled. Thanks to a decades-long political stalemate, the unemployment system, managed by the Employment Development Department (EDD), had scant reserves to handle a recession. The unemployment fund had been sharply depleted during the Great Recession and EDD officials had warned for years that the fund was deficient, but nothing was done. Moreover, the Great Recession had exposed seri...
Tags: Congress, California, Opinion, America, Sport, Soccer, Donald Trump, Gavin Newsom, Tucker Carlson, Capitol, Denny, Dan Walters, Newsom, Edd, Guest Commentary, Employment Development Department EDD


Dreaming about ‘normal’ restaurant dining in the San Fernando Valley

The coronavirus pandemic forced the closure of Los Angeles area restaurants back on March 15. Like most of us, I haven’t had an in-restaurant dining experience ever since. Oh, I’ve gotten takeout — lots and lots of takeout. And I’m grateful for that. But honestly, I miss the joy of sitting in a restaurant, observing the rituals of the kitchen and the dining room, spying on my fellow diners and … enjoying a meal. I’ve spent my life eating for a living. There are weeks when I dine out for breakfas...
Tags: Japan, New York, California, Restaurants, Israel, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Things To Do, Canada, Soccer, Brooklyn, Philippines, Glendale, Tokyo


The biggest companies no longer advertising on Facebook due to the platform's lack of hate-speech moderation

Civil rights organizations including NAACP, Color of Change, Anti-Defamation League, and Sleeping Giants asked advertisers to stop paying for advertisements on Facebook in the wake of George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers. Since Floyd's death, Facebook has allowed posts in which Trump called protesters "thugs" and suggested violence when he wrote, "when the looting starts, the shooting starts." Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg decided not to take action in removing the c...
Tags: Firefox, Verizon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, John Lewis, Instagram, Minneapolis, Nbc News, US, America, Trends, Diageo, Unilever, Adidas, Cnn


Facebook bans 220 'Boogaloo' groups as ad boycott snowballs

Facebook says it has removed 220 "Boogaloo" groups from its social network, and 95 from its fully-owned subsidiary Instagram.The announcement , this morning NZT, came as Ford, Clorox and Denny's joined an ad boycott by companies... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Facebook, Business, Instagram, Denny, Ford Clorox


Facebook bans 220 'Boogaloo' groups as ad boycott expands

Facebook says it has removed 220 "Boogaloo" groups from its social network, and 95 from its fully-owned subsidiary Instagram.The announcement , this morning NZT, came as Ford, Clorox and Denny's joined an ad boycott by companies... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Facebook, Business, Instagram, Denny, Ford Clorox


Facebook bans 250 'Boogaloo' groups as ad boycott expands

Facebook says it has removed 220 "Boogaloo" groups from its social network, and 95 from its fully-owned subsidiary Instagram.The announcement , this morning NZT, came as Ford, Clorox and Denny's joined an ad boycott by companies... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Facebook, Business, Instagram, Denny, Ford Clorox


In a panic over fleeing advertisers, Facebook launches PR blitz to announce it is "a mirror to society"

In the last couple of weeks over 200 major advertisers, including Starbucks, Ford, GM, Clorox, Reebok, Adidas, Best Buy, Clif Bar, and Chobani have left Facebook, citing concerns over the social media platform's lack of meaningful action against voter suppression campaigns and hate speech that takes place there. In a statement, Denny's said: "As America's diner, we offer an inclusive and welcoming environment where all people can enjoy a nice meal and we strongly oppose hate speech of any kind. ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Post, UK, News, America, Chobani, Cnn, Nick Clegg, Hate Speech, Brian Stelter, Denny, Clegg, Voter Suppression, Clif Bar, delete Facebook


Reddit, YouTube, and Twitch are taking major steps to crack down on hate speech from pro-Trump and far-right groups (GOOG, GOOGL, AMZN, FB)

Major social media platforms on Monday took action against Trump, pro-Trump groups, and far-right accounts for violating their policies against hate speech. Reddit banned r/The_Donald, the largest pro-Trump subreddit, Twitch suspended Trump's official account, and YouTube banned a number of prominent white supremacists' channels. The moves come as major advertisers are boycotting Facebook over the company's refusal to take more aggressive action against hate speech and misinformation. Visit Bu...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Youtube, Trends, Reddit, Naacp, Donald Trump, Steve Huffman, North Face, Trump, Ku Klux Klan, Tulsa Oklahoma, Denny, Ben Jerry, Stefan Molyneux


Del Taco is now serving fresh guacamole

They’re scooping fresh guacamole at Del Taco restaurants. The Lake Forest-based chain added the tasty dip to its menus nationwide on Thursday, June 25. Guests can order it with chips for as little as $2 or as an add-on to tacos and burritos, according to a news release. The guac is made with fresh avocados, handmade pico de gallo, lime juice and a special seasoning, it said. Del Taco app users can get a free taste. Through July 1, it is giving away one snack-size order of chips and guac (that’s ...
Tags: Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Fast Food, Starbucks, Impossible Foods, Denny, Lake Forest, Del Taco, Musso Frank, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories Sun


Life in the Chipotlane? Chipotle opens new restaurants with contactless pickup lanes

Chipotle Mexican Grill is opening two new restaurants in Southern California with a built-in feature for contactless pickup. It’s called a Chipotlane. It’s like a drive-thru, but it is not set up to take orders, only deliver orders made in advance through Chipotle’s app or on its website. Although the concept may seem like a response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Chipotle had been developing it before the emergence of COVID-19. In the last couple of years, the chain has been working to spee...
Tags: California, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Fast Food, Starbucks, Impossible Foods, Southern California, Denny, Costa Mesa, Cal State Northridge, Reseda, Musso Frank, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Restaurant Reviews + Food


Starbucks partners with Impossible Foods on a plant-based breakfast sandwich

Starbucks now has a plant-based breakfast item. The Impossible Breakfast Sandwich went on the chain’s summer menu on Tuesday. It features a meat-free sausage patty from Impossible Foods, a cage-free fried egg and cheddar cheese on ciabatta bread. Starbucks also added a couple of coffee options: Cold Brew with Cinnamon Almondmilk Foam and Cold Brew with Dark Cocoa Almondmilk Foam. Meat substitutes such as Impossible and Beyond Meat products have been a hot trend in recent years. They are engineer...
Tags: America, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Fast Food, Starbucks, Burger King, Impossible Foods, Southern California, Denny, Worst Cooks, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF


Denny’s brings back its $2 $4 $6 $8 Value Menu

Good at addition? Denny’s has a mathematical challenge for you that could save you a few dollars. The full-service chain has brought back its $2 $4 $6 $8 Value Menu for a limited time, according to a news release. The promotion encourages à la carte dining by offering an assortment of entrees and sides for even-numbered prices. Among them is the Everyday Value Slam, which includes buttermilk pancakes, eggs, and choice of bacon or sausage links for $4. Other Denny’s Slams start at around $10. Two...
Tags: America, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Southern California, Denny, Worst Cooks, Free And Cheap, Restaurant Reviews + Food, Value Menu, Southern California Fuddruckers


Mark Wheatley remembers Denny O'Neil

[Mark Wheatley wrote this in a private email on June 12th, and agreed to let me post it here] Mark Wheatley remembers Denny O'Neil I did this portrait of Denny O'Neil today. It shows him exactly as I remember him looking the first time we met. I met Denny O'Neil at about 4pm on July 2, 1970. I couldn't tell you such a specific time for when I met most of my heroes, but I remember this. I was a kid and my parents had arranged for a family trip to New York, partially so I could attend the Ju...
Tags: Comics, New York, Obituary, Steve, Denny, Mike Rhode, Denny O Neil, Mark Wheatley, Steve Skeates Denny, San Diego Con, DC Booth


Flytippers dump waste at Denny cemetery amid queues for tip

An old gas fire was among waste left in front of grave stones at the cemetery in Denny.
Tags: News, Denny


Open, closed, or doing takeout: What’s going on with restaurant chains

When restaurants started getting clearance to reopen their dining rooms in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic, most full-service chains took advantage of the opportunity. Those companies were hit particularly hard by the COVID-19 health crisis. When restrictions begin in mid-March, most attempted to shift their business to takeout and delivery, but some shut down entirely with the intention of reopening when the situation improved. One chain, San Diego-based Souplantation, went out of bu...
Tags: California, Restaurants, Sport, Dave, Things To Do, Soccer, San Diego, Olive Garden, Ihop, Slater, Chang, Denny, Mimi, Applebee, BJ, Romano


In Los Angeles, the Ghosts of Rodney King and Watts Rise Again

Los Angeles has been one of America’s reference points for racial unrest. This time protesters are bringing their anger to the people they say need to hear it most: the white and wealthy.
Tags: News, America, Los Angeles, King, George, Calif, Floyd, Denny, Garcetti, Rodney King, Reginald, Gascon, Los Angeles (Calif, Eric M, Rodney Glen, Police Department (Los Angeles


The untold story of Google's $1.65 billion acquisition of YouTube, from those who lived it (GOOG, GOOGL)

YouTube's sale to Google for $1.65 billion in October 2006 altered the course of Silicon Valley history.  In honor of YouTube's 15th anniversary, Business Insider spoke with early employees, investors, and founders about the whirlwind 18 months of YouTube's life as an independent company. That story is impossible to tell completely without delving into the weeks and months leading up to YouTube's landmark sale.  From the day YouTube decided to sell to the day the deal was announced was a matte...
Tags: Google, Yahoo, Youtube, Ebay, San Francisco, Trends, Paypal, Palo Alto, Larry Page, Reid Hoffman, Chad, Cbs, Silicon Valley, Sarah Lacy, Warner, Sequoia Capital


15 YEARS OF YOUTUBE: A look back at YouTube's founding, its acquisition by Google, and how the platform launched a multibillion dollar industry for creators (GOOG, GOOGL)

It's been 15 years since YouTube launched to the public in early 2005. A year and a half later, it was acquired by Google for $1.65 billion, paving the way for the platform to become the creative haven we know today.  For the site's 15th anniversary, Business Insider spoke to YouTube's founders, earliest employees, investors, and early creators to hear how YouTube went from a bustling startup to the multibillion dollar business it is today.  Read the full, untold story of YouTube, the company ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Youtube, Trends, Sequoia Capital, Business Insider, Denny, Steve Chen


5 innovations that have helped restaurants cope with coronavirus shutdowns

When the novel coronavirus pandemic shut down dining rooms in March, restaurants were forced to get creative on the fly. Almost immediately they started coming up with strategies to keep customers engaged and serve them safely. One of those solutions was Pop Tarts. Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar added a $16 do-it-yourself Pop Tart kit to its takeout and delivery menu. It includes dough, three fillings, frosting, toppings and parchment paper to make a facsimile of the breakfast pastry. “We started out...
Tags: Drinks, California, Restaurants, Sport, Beer, Things To Do, Soccer, Wine, Pasadena, Eureka, Taco Bell, Southern California, National Restaurant Association, San Bernardino, Los Angeles County, Denny


Norco ’80, part 2: Would plans for apocalypse be helped by a bank robbery?

Norco ’80 The true story of the most spectacular bank robbery in American history Parts 1 2 of 14 April 1980. Mira Loma, California. Chris Harven was at the bottom of the pit. He set the shovel down, leaned against the cool dirt sides, and looked straight up at the rectangle of blue sky visible above the coffin-shaped mouth of the hole. A figure darkened the pit’s opening, a big man with a full beard and a mound of black curly hair circling his head. George Wayne Smith crouched down a...
Tags: Utah, Books, News, California, Sport, Dave, Soccer, Clint Eastwood, Arizona, Cypress, Jesus, Orange County, Smith, Riverside County, San Andreas Fault, St Helens


Denny’s Code – Essential Workers Get 25% Off

Denny’s Code – Get Thank a Nurse – Get 25% Off. There is a great Denny’s code to thank say “Thank You” to essential workers. This Denny’s code is good for 25% off entire order for nurses and other essential workers. Use the code THANKS25 when you order online. Good through May 8, 2020.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
Tags: Frugality, Denny


Brands With Strong Twitter Personalities Stay the Course During Covid-19

The beginning of 2020 saw even more brands express themselves on Twitter, peppering tweets from company accounts with humor and attitude. Brands like Denny's used clever wordplay and almost seamlessly integrated the restaurant chain's menu items into its content, MoonPie had sharp but down-home, almost folksy humor and the state of New Jersey's official tweets...
Tags: Advertising, New Jersey, Denny, Publishers & Platforms, Life in Quarantine


Six Rules For A Post Virus Brand Revitalization

When the economy starts up post-coronavirus, many brands will need to be reenergized. Plan now for post-coronavirus revitalization. According to consultancy McKinsey (“How marketing leaders can both manage the coronavirus crisis and plan for the future”), “In a crisis, it’s natural to focus only on the near-term business results and adopt a pure survival strategy. But that could mean winning the battle but losing the war.” For the short-term, there are several ongoing, must-do actions for bra...
Tags: Bloomberg, Lego, IAC, Boeing, Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, Branding, Mckinsey, Denny, Levin, Lawton, Barron, Lego Group, Saunders, Tractor Supply Co, Boston Consulting Group


Coronavirus: Brand Moves for Thursday April 23

Fast food brand Denny’s is joining in with the boom in online gaming by participating as a gamer on PS4 and Xbox One, where it plays as Dennys247. It’s also on Nintendo Switch, where it hit the limit on its number of friends on the platform in less than a day. The diner brand is giving codes and discounts to people it connects with in gaming, and it’s leveraging fan engagement with gaming-related posts on Twitter and Instagram. Workwear brand Dickies has announced that, in partnership with its ...
Tags: UK, Microsoft, California, Advertising, Disney, US, America, Ikea, Fda, Dyson, Golden Gate Bridge, Humane Society, Loop, McDonald, Central California, Denny


Exclusive Looking for Alaska Deleted Scene for Hulu’s Series Adaptation

Exclusive Looking for Alaska Deleted Scene for Hulu’s Series Adaptation ComingSoon.net is debuting an exclusive Looking for Alaska deleted scene from Hulu’s limited series adaptation based on John Green’s novel of the same name. The 8-episode drama is available now on Digital and DVD. You can check out the exclusive deleted scene in the player below and order your copy here! RELATED: Looking for Alaska Trailer: One Moment Can Change Everything Looking for Alaska stars Charlie Plummer (All the...
Tags: Amazon, Video, TV, Movies, Digital, Alaska, TV News, Hulu, John Green, Sofia, Charlie Plummer, Denny, Riverdale, Marty Bowen, Paramount Television, Stephanie Savage


New Denny’s Coupon – 20% Off Your ENTIRE Check Coupon

New Denny’s Coupon – 20% Off Your ENTIRE Check Coupon. Get 20% off your online order from Denny’s with the SHARETHELOVE at checkout. GO HERE to choose a location near you and start an online order. Click HERE to print your 20% off Denny’s Coupon.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
Tags: Frugality, Denny, New Denny


Georgia Mom Goes Missing as Boyfriend Is Wanted for Murder

Georgia police are searching for a 21-year-old mother of two who is thought to be in “grave danger” and possibly being held hostage by a man suspected of murder.Autumn Keara Finlay vanished after her boyfriend, Cody Bryce Matthews, 20, allegedly shot and killed a man on Sunday in Butts County. The gunfire erupted in a pool area—close to tennis courts where children played—at the Jackson Glenn subdivision, a local newspaper, the Jackson Progress-Argus, reported. Matthews is wanted for murder and ...
Tags: Facebook, News, Georgia, Wood, The Daily Beast, Waffle House, McDonald, Denny, Matthews, Cody, Finlay, South East West, Ryan Ray, Denise Taylor, Keara Finlay, Cody Bryce Matthews


The Best Thing About NASCAR’s Virtual Races Might Be the Real Competition

The sport’s drivers compete from home, the announcers call it like a real race, Fox Sports broadcasts it on TV and nobody gets hurt.
Tags: News, Nascar, Denny, Fox Sports, Hamlin, Computer and Video Games, Automobile Racing, National Assn of Stock Car Auto Racing, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


These restaurant chains are offering dining discounts, family meals and even free cheesecake

Usually in the spring, Lazy Dog Restaurants changes its menu with unusual comfort foods such as pork belly and beans and vanilla custard topped with honey. This year is a little different. In response to the novel coronavirus, it came up with a “home essentials” package for $40, including a gallon of milk, a loaf of bread, three pounds of skinless chicken breast and three rolls of toilet paper, available for curbside pick-up or delivery. It sold out immediately, founder and chief executive offic...
Tags: California, Restaurants, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Olive Garden, Denny, BJ, Romano, Caesar, San Fernando Valley, Chris Simms, El Torito, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE


Fire Destroys Former Denny’s Restaurant In Auburn

AUBURN (CBS13) — A building that was once a Denny’s restaurant in Auburn went up in flames overnight. The scene was along Auburn Ravine Road. Firefighters responded around 1 a.m. Wednesday and found a raging fire consuming the building. About 30 to 40 firefighters were called to the scene. While the restaurant had been closed for more than a year, firefighters had to work quickly to prevent flames from spreading to other nearby structures. Firefighters believe the fire started in the attic. The ...
Tags: News, Local, Auburn, Denny, Auburn News