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Gig workers face changing roles, pandemic competition

NEW YORK (AP) – There were those two hours of unpaid waiting outside the supermarkets when San Francisco first began to lock in, on top of the heavy shopping bags that had to be put together by countless stairs. And yet, even after registering for multiple apps, 39-year-old Saori Okawa still didn’t make as much money delivering meals and groceries …

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Blowout jobs report missing coronavirus cases: Victoria Fernandez

The latest job reports shocker may have missed an alarming trend. Cross Fern Global Investments Victoria Fernandez warns that it did not catch the fallout from growing coronavirus cases. “The data was collected in mid-June,” said the company’s marketing strategist for CNBC’s “Trading Nation” late last week. “It was really the second half of June when we saw states like …

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Costco sells three buttery pound cookies for $ 7.99

@ costco_doesitagainInstagram When it comes to desserts, the bigger the better. And the Coscto bakery never fails to deliver with an endless amount of absolutely massive sweets such as two-pound red velvet cookies and three-pound cookies. If you prefer your desserts distributed like I do (since I have no self control), you can also get a four-pack of chocolate lava …

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Springfield-Greene Co. Health Dept announces potential COVID-19 exposures from four cases

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Springfield-Greene County Health Department has notified the public of potential community exposures from four new COVID-19 cases. Health representatives shared the following timeline for potential exposures from the cases: Monday, June 29: Sam’s Club at 745 W. El Camino Alto from 11-11: 30 am (contagious but not symptomatic, not masked)– Monday, June 29: Walmart Neighborhood Market …

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Dominion cancels Atlantic Coast Pipeline, sells natural gas transmission business | Virginia

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is dead, abandoned by Dominion Energy and its partner, Duke Energy, after the $ 8 billion project reached a regulatory dead end. The decision, announced Sunday, ends a six-year effort to build the 42-inch wide natural gas pipeline through the heart of Virginia to connect gas shale fields in West Virginia with markets in southeastern Virginia …

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Energy companies suspend construction of Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Despite a new gain for the project in the US Supreme Court, ongoing delays, litigation and an expected cost increase threatened the project’s financial viability, the companies said Sunday. The pipeline, which was first announced in 2014, had faced intense criticism and legal challenges from environmental and other groups. “This announcement reflects the growing legal uncertainty associated with large-scale development …

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Station Casino’s leader Haskins was on personal watercraft before death

Red Rock Resorts Inc. and Station Casino President Richard Haskins rode on a personal watercraft in Lake Michigan on Independence Day when he collided with a 27-foot motor boat and killed him, according to WZZM-TV. The Emmet County Sheriff’s Office Marine Division responded to the crash at 2:13 a.m. on Lake Michigan near a small township on the northern tip …

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