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Bennett W. Samuel Mar 27
Interesting that is “prioritizing deliveries to certain customers and areas” Thank god I can get an echo for but Dutch oven is a no go...
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Erika A. Aguilar Mar 12
Today, my brother, who is a store manager at a licensed Starbucks on a San Antonio college campus, was basically laid off. The university suspended activities on campus for the semester. . So, he was told to file for temporary unemployment.
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Prospect Financial Group Inc. Mar 12
Our CEO Jason Vondrak rallying the troops today, reminding everyone to stay aware of the news and updates to the mortgage industry!
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COIN BURN PRO - COINBURN.COM Feb 21
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karl taro greenfeld Apr 7
More clear than ever is how knowledge workers can stay home during this outbreak while manual laborers (inc. retail) can't. That is the stark class divide that defines our lives right now
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Bishwajeet Mar 25
Governments and central banks around the world are ripping up the policy rulebook as they battle to immunise their economies from deeper coronavirus carnage which includes Printing new money, gargantuan debt spending, loan guarantees and tax breaks
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Jennifer Ley Mar 13
SAY NO to any payroll tax cuts that affect liquidity of Social Security and Medicare - this is no time to make seniors nervous about their future benefits
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Sir Rusty o the Isle #FlattenTheCurveNOW May 9
Now wouldn't that be clever...let's go and kill the workforce in a state that doesn't get it.
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Peter J Cahill May 27
According to the Conference Board of Canada, all provinces in Canada will see a decline in in 2020, ranging from around 2.5% (PEI) on the low end to almost 7% on the high end (AB).
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Cedric Muhammad Apr 11
Key Line: "He said the crisis was testing 'every entrepreneurial bone in your body.' "
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Sir Rusty o the Isle #FlattenTheCurveNOW May 19
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Pamela Lynne Kemp Feb 28
The reduced availability of products made in China due to could seriously slow some segments of the U.S. economy, with the computer and electronics industries being the most vulnerable. via
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Marilyn Ramirez May 6
And now we will see sharp increases in Coronavirus infections and death if we trust our elected leadership. All in the name of money
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Janet Thaeler Mar 17
When you put your affiliate program to ZERO commission this fast, it seems like your company is not stable. I will be reluctant to post about your brand in the future.
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Cedric Muhammad Apr 7
Brilliant Point About Silver. And With The Right Blueprint & Code We Could Pool Resources For Business Ownership, Without Paper Money. BUT There Is 1 Thing He Doesn't Mention Worth 'Saving' For: Farmland. I'll Discuss During IG Live Chat
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CentralBanking.com Mar 28
Opinion: “For the purposes of assessing policy options, what matters is not the number of people that have died, but the number of people whose deaths could be prevented through appropriate policies” – of
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Cedric Muhammad Apr 20
A Disruption In Postal Delivery In Addition To Prohibitions On Online Transactions For Those Receiving Public Assistance (WIC recipients can't make certain orders or receive deliveries) Means More Disparities In Deaths. I Support 100%
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Sammy Younan -28- Mar 16
Good News! For 1 easy payment of $19.99 you can "see" ! I'm good; I'll wait for Netflix.
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Sir Rusty o the Isle #FlattenTheCurveNOW Mar 13
Hardly the people to trust on this one Markets should have been either frozen or curtailed. Economic madness mixed with profiteering. Bad combo No need to ban short selling: Frydenberg
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Esther Haldane Mar 27
Your answer inspired my suggestion to her. God Bless you💙
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