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The Story of Hertz Going Bust

(Bloomberg) – The short version of Hertz Global Holdings Inc.’s bankruptcy history goes something like this: Global pandemic wipes out the travel company and lands an iconic 102-year-old company in court to seek protection from creditors. The long version is a fable about what happens when a company relies on accounting and consolidation to keep shareholders satisfied. It is a …

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Virgin Orbit shoots back first rocket launch from Jumbo Jet

Tie a rocket to the underside of a plane. Fly up several miles. Let it go. The engine lights up and the rocket and its payload zoom into space. That’s what Virgin Orbit, one of the many companies started by Richard Branson, plans to do Sunday or Monday. It is a demonstration of a new rocket system for sending small …

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23% of Americans plan to do this smart social security movement

Social insurance serves as an important source of income for millions of pensioners, and for those who do not have much to save, it is a lifeline. If you are behind pension plan contributions or are worried about covering your bills as a pensioner, it is important that you do everything you can to get the most out of your …

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Around the clock remains open

Two Round the Clock Diners in York County have kept their dinners open since Mother’s Day, defying Gov. Tom Wolf’s order to stay closed until the county reaches the green phase. But a legislator helps the restaurant owner to keep his doors open. The doors to both guests were wide open on Saturday, and those who were patiently waiting to …

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Why all eyes should be on the $ 9000 Bitcoin price level this week

Last week saw Bitcoin (BTC) ready for a big step up to $ 11,000. Instead, we saw a side week with price measures combined with a slight decline. Has Bitcoin topped out? Is there too much sales pressure around $ 10,000? Let’s take a look at what happens to the biggest cryptocurrency through market value, BTC. Daily crypto market results. …

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Riverside And Ventura open restaurants for dining, in-store service

Never miss a morning briefing. Subscribe today to get our A.M. newsletters are delivered to your inbox. The San Gabriel Valley is full of excellent restaurants, and throughout the pandemic they have had the same problems as other eateries and businesses. Fiona Ng, the main producer at KPCC’s AirTalk, lives in SGV and worked with LAist Food Editor Elina Shatkin …

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The retail work in California that is being attacked by the customer asks buyers to “be patient and show some kindness” – National News

MODESTO, Calif. (KXTV) – Samantha Clarke said she was “split open pretty well” two weeks ago when she allegedly was attacked by a customer while police say she worked in a Big 5 Sporting Products store. Clarke said she has been working on sports articles for 17 years now. Earlier this month, in the middle of the pandemic, she says …

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