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NATIONWIDE: COVID-19 causes currency shortages

If you feel that you have become nickel-and-suppressed by coronavirus, you have literally been to COVID-19 causing a nationwide coin shortage. Having exact change has never been more important, as stores across the Susquehanna Valley ask customers to “please use credit cards if possible.” There is a sign at Lowe’s, which warns customers that cash is not accepted in one …

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China shares rally, Asian stocks take a break

TOKYO / HONG KONG (Reuters) – The Chinese stock market expanded its positive performance on Tuesday, in line with the mainland government’s pursuit of a stronger market, while the rest of the region was cautious about equities. FILE PHOTO: An SGX sign appears on the Singapore Stock Exchange July 19, 2017. REUTERS / Edgar Su MSCI’s broadest index for Asia-Pacific …

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July 7 is a day to protest with wallets

CLOSE When Joel Stallworth heard that his store was being robbed, he was not worried about his goods. He was worried that George Floyd would get justice. USA TODAY Americans plan to send a message at the checkout desk on Tuesday amid renewed demands for racial equality throughout the country. Tuesday, July 7, has been named Blackout Day, a call …

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The Muslim woman said she got a drink with ‘Isis’ written on it when her name is Aishah

The American-Islamic Relations Council is urging Target to suspend the employee who worked as a barista at Starbucks in the store. MINNEAPOLIS – As George Floyd’s daughter Gianna said, her “dad changed the world.” After Floyd’s death, the world has made room for important conversations about race that must happen. Within that space, however, racial incidents happen. Just Sunday, police …

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Sunrun acquires Vivint in Shake-Up of the home solar market

Sunrun, the country’s largest residential solar cell company, announced on Monday night that it is acquiring a leading competitor, Vivint Solar, to form one of the world’s largest suppliers of solar equipment. If approved, $ 3.2 billion in all shares would create a company with about 500,000 customers, Sunrun said in a statement. Board members in both companies unanimously approved …

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Walmart will be 160 of its parking spaces in run-in cinemas this summer

Photo credit: Walmart From the house beautiful From groceries to clothing to the home, you can find almost anything at Walmart without breaking the bank. And now the mega retailer is expanding its repertoire by offering two socially distanced summer entertainment activities perfect for the whole family. Mark your calendars in August for Walmart’s pop-up drive-in theater program. In addition, …

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Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Google’s CEO will testify to the house July 27

(Bloomberg) – The CEOs of Amazon.com Inc., Facebook Inc., Alphabet Inc. and Apple Inc. will testify on July 27 before a congressional panel investigating technology industry competition, according to a statement from the House Judiciary Committee. Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai and Tim Cook are likely to face a stream of critical questions from legislators in the Antitrust Subcommittee …

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National currency shortages were felt in Colorado; pandemic is mentioned as a factor

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) – First there was toilet paper and hand sanitizer; now coins have joined the list of shortcomings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Brendan Zahl, Community Banks of Colorado, said there are two factors driving a nationwide shortage of coins. “The closure of banks and other companies took coins out of circulation,” he said. “That means people …

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Which Louisiana organizations received at least $ 150,000 in paycheck protection loans? Search our database | Business News

The Trump administration released details of nearly 4.9 million corporate loans – from individual proprietors to restaurant and hotel chains – under the federal government’s hitherto largest coronavirus utility, the $ 669 billion Paycheck Protection Program. The information, including the names of the program’s largest borrowers, was published Monday morning on the Small Business Administration website, which ran the program …

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