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You have the weekend to follow, says Homeland Security

The Department of Homeland Security cybersecurity agency issues Windows Server emergency response … [+] directive Getty Images Windows security updates should always be taken seriously, there is no doubt about it. But when the US Department of Homeland Security, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issues an emergency directive for a perfect 10, critical, Windows Server vulnerability, the urgent meter …

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Goldman Sachs made $ 100 million from Tesla deals this year

Over the past six months, special attention has been paid to Tesla and – more specifically – euphoric call purchases in the name that undoubtedly helped drive a gamma press that has seen Tesla’s stock burnout higher since the beginning of the year (something we first discussed in May in “Are mysterious call options that force the Tesla share higher? …

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Paso Robles CA Bed Bath and Beyond store to close

Bed Bath & Beyond will close its Paso Robles store and 62 other locations by the end of the year when the company becomes a “digital first company,” according to USA Today. The Golden Hills Plaza store, which opened in 2010, is one of six locations in California where the chain will close in 2020. The San Luis Obispo store …

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Textron Aviation, union accepts new contract

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – Textron Aviation and its unions accepted a new contract that will take effect on Monday. Members of the union gathered at Century II on Saturday morning where they were informed of the new agreement before voting to accept it, or reject it and strike. “Textron Aviation is proud to call Wichita home for nine decades,” said …

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It’s time to rein in the Fed

At at the Kansas City Federal Reserve’s virtual Jackson Hole economic-political symposium, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell drove a final stake in the legendary inflation fighter Paul Volcer’s Fed. The new orthodoxy promises simple money as far as the eye can see and claims that inflation is good – not Venezuelan and Zimbabwean hyperinflation of course, just a moderate dose – …

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NBC’s Peacock finally arrives in Roku two months after launch

Peacock and a handful of other NBC apps are coming to Roku after the two parties reach an agreement on Friday. When Peacock was launched in mid-July, it was particularly absent from Roku, Fire TV and some smart TV platforms including Samsung, all of which have other popular video streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu and CBS All Access. At present, …

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New Nissan Z sports car pays homage to the original Datsun 240Z

You can say goodbye to the Nissan 370Z, the two-seater that recently helped the company celebrate 50 years of sports car performance. That’s because it’s time to visit a brand new Nissan Z, which may come next year as a 2022 model. Officially called the Proto Z, this just unveiled sports car can be named the 400Z for production. While …

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COVID-19: Popular Westchester dining hall famous for burgers, shakes bars

A popular hamburger that sold “enhanced comfort food” just couldn’t cut it in the unsafe dining room climate for COVID-19, according to a post announcing the closure in Westchester on its Facebook page. “Dexter’s Den has been forced to close and even though it was a passionate business for me personally, it’s the right thing to do right now,” Irvington …

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Spyhouse Coffee employees strike over Twin Cities Saturday

Author: Jackie Renzetti Workers at all Spyhouse Coffee locations in the twin cities refused to work on Saturday and struck in an effort to improve health and safety conditions during the ever-changing coronavirus pandemic. Last month, nearly three dozen Spyhouse Coffee employees formed a union, which City Pages reports do not support Spyhouse owner Christian Johnson. The union says that …

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