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Dallas County reports 3 more Coronavirus-related deaths, 172 new cases of COVID-19 – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Three more people in Dallas County have died after testing positive for COVID-19, health officials reported Saturday, raising the number of coronavirus-related deaths in the county to 210. Dallas County Health and Human Services also reported 172 more cases of the noval coronavirus, which totaled the county to 8,649. An estimated 4,250 people have recovered from COVID-19 in Dallas County, …

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3 reasons why Warren Buffett is afraid of today’s market

When the krona virus crisis first began, market watchers were eager to see if Warren Buffett was Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A) (NYSE: BRK.B) would make a big move. The Berkshire chief has been complaining for years that stocks and companies are too expensive, and he has not “sacked an elephant” since his 2015 acquisition of Precision Castparts. The end of …

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Who runs Facebook? Here are execs under Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and Founder of Facebook Inc., arrives at a House Financial Services Committee committee in Washington, D.C., USA, Wednesday, October 23, 2019. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Facebook has undergone extensive metamorphosis since the 2016 presidential election in the United States, to combat misinformation and other misuse of its social networks and to revive growth after …

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Americans are expected to take more road trips this year

View of Highway 110 in downtown Los Angeles, May 21, 2020.Picture: APU GOMES / Getty Donor Usually AAA publishes a press release about its travel and gas price forecasts just before long weekends, such as this Memorial Day. This year they did not care; Covid-19 lockdowns and our various levels of commitment to these rules have rendered all modeling useless. …

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Hertz Bankruptcy Archive; The US is approaching 100,000 deaths

CLOSE As the coronavirus spreads, people become more cautious and creative with their social interactions. USA TODAY As Americans begin an unusual Memorial Day weekend, flags around the country will be half staff for the victims of the virus. The death toll in the US is likely to hit 100,000 at the beginning of next week. President Donald Trump said …

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UK judge dismisses $ 1B Nigeria bribe against Eni, Shell

A British judge on Friday dismissed a lawsuit against Eni and Shell by the Nigerian government, claiming that the oil and gas superiors knew about US $ 1.1 billion in bribes given to secure an oil license in Nigeria for nearly a decade since. The London judge dismissed the case because the UK has no jurisdiction to try the trial, …

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“It’s time for China to blink first,” says the rep. Sherman, who is leading the drive to delist China’s shares

It has been a long time for Washington to force Chinese companies to provide the same investment protection that US companies have had for decades, Democratic Reps say. Brad Sherman of California, who is leading efforts in the House of Representatives to force Chinese companies to submit to US securities laws or be barred from raising money in US financial …

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Best Memorial Day Sale 2020 – all the best deals right now

Memorial Day sales are officially underway and to help you sort through the weekend’s paired offerings, we round out today’s best Memorial Day sales. So far this morning we are seeing steep discounts on popular Ninja appliances along with aggressive offers on some of our favorite TCL 4K TVs. Many of today’s best Memorial Day sales are even below the …

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Coronavirus and CDC: Test count error leaves epidemiologists “Really Baffled”

WASHINGTON – As it traces the spread of coronavirus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention combines active infection detection with those who detect recovery from Covid-19 – a system that teaches the image of the pandemic but raises the proportion of Americans tested as President Trump boasts of testing . Now that the serologists, who are looking for antibodies …

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