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Michigan AG opens coronavirus price brass probe to hand cleanser sellers

Get all the latest news about coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. sign up here. Dana Nessel, the Michigan attorney general, has announced a corona virus price investigation in a company suspected of raising the price of hand sanitizer in the middle of the pandemic. Nessel announced the investigation by A.M. Business Cleaning and Supplies, Ann Arbor, on …

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American Airlines takes state aid. It costs investors, but it’s worth it.

Text Size Photography by Joe Raedle / Getty Images) American Airlines expects to receive $ 12 billion from the $ 2 trillion stimulus package passed by law Friday. The government expects to be compensated for all support, which makes the situation complicated for investors. But given the severity of the Covid-19 downturn, cash is good news for all airline stakeholders. …

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Ford VP on cooperation to increase ventilation production: The goal is 60 per hour

Get all the latest news about coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. sign up here Ford Motors cooperation with General Electric (GE) and Airon Corp. to build 50,000 new fans in the fight against coronavirus is in service to the first responders and their patients, Enterprise Product Line Management Vice President Jim Baumbick said Tuesday. Speaking on “America’s …

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Fracking once lifted Pennsylvania. Now it can be a move.

CARMICHAELS, Pa. – The last time the global economy was in free fall turned out to be an economic savior in southwestern Pennsylvania. Energy companies, which had discovered a way to access the state’s huge natural gas reserves, invested billions of dollars in the region and dampened the major recession. “There were just as many jobs,” recalls Debbie Gideon, a …

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Active shooter reported in Asheville, NC: Buncombe County

One person is dead after a shooting in Asheville, Western North Carolina, on Tuesday morning, officials say. The shooter “is no longer a threat,” the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office said on Facebook shortly after 6 p.m. 10:25, about 20 minutes after he initially published an active shooter. A probation officer was walking near the Buncombe County courthouse when someone fired …

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Simon Property holds 30% of workers due to coronavirus

A visitor looks down an empty corridor at The Fashion Mall in Keystone, Wednesday, March 18, 2020, in Indianapolis. Simon Property Group, the largest mall owner in the country, closes all its malls and retail properties due to the coronavirus outbreak. Darron Cummings | AP The largest US store owner, Simon Property Group, has surpassed about 30% of the workforce, …

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2 Massachusetts schools report that Zoom web conferencing has been hijacked

The Boston FBI warns of online capabilities and teleconferencing after targeting two Massachusetts schools. Employees said reports of so-called Zoom bombing are popping up all over the country as people turn to video conferencing platforms in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. “Others have used the term zoom bombing. We refer to it as VTC hijacking. That’s mainly when an …

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Dallas-Fort Worth coronavirus updates: TX response questioned

Former FDA official questions Texas’ coronavirus response As more than 2,500 cases of coronavirus have been reported in Texas, a former Food and Drug Administration official questions whether this condition does enough to prevent COVID-19 from spreading. “Texas may have a very narrow window to take tougher measures to stave off a poor result with # COVID19, “Wrote Scott Gottlieb, …

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Walmart is starting to take employees’ temperatures

Walmart starts taking employees’ temperatures when they report they are working and asking them to stay home or seek medical care if they have a fever of at least 100 degrees. The dealer also said it has ordered masks for employees and will offer masks and gloves for them to wear, if they so choose. Walmart supplies infrared thermometers to …

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Walkouts on Amazon and Whole Foods Over Coronavirus: Live updates

The man, Baruch Feldheim, 43, was accused of making false statements to law enforcement officials after he lied about storing and selling equipment that the hospital’s needs are desperate when they meet a wave of virus patients, authorities say. Mr. Feldheim repeatedly sold the equipment at a pickup, according to a criminal complaint filed against him in Federal District Court …

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