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North Carolina judges block voter ID law, saying it discriminates against Black people

North Carolina's voter identification law was enacted in late 2018 when the state legislature overrode a veto by Gov. Roy ...
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Feds charge 138 people, including doctors, with $1.4 billion in health-care scams

The health-care fraud schemes charged by the Justice Department included ones related to telemedicine, the coronavirus pandemic, opiods and sober ...
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Travel restriction changes 'positive', say airlines

Scrapping traffic light system and PCR tests is “a shot in the arm” for industry, airlines say. read full story ...
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Artificial intelligence is taking over real estate – here's what that means for homebuyers

Real estate companies are increasingly using artificial intelligence in every aspect of buying, selling and home financing ...
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Suspicious bets were made before Goldman's $2.2 billion acquisition of GreenSky, options experts say

Suspicious trades were made before Goldman's $2.2 billion acquisition of GreenSky, indicating insider trading, options experts said ...
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Cramer says he 'just got the buy signal from the president.' Here's why and when to buy

CNBC's Jim Cramer said any market fallout over the debt-ceiling "game of chicken" has historically been a buy ...
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At least half of climate finance must be spent on adaptation, says UN secretary-general

The annual costs of climate adaptation in developing countries are expected to grow to as much as $300 billion by ...
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Inflation, a labor crunch and the delta variant pressure restaurants heading into fall, survey finds

Supply chain disruptions, a labor shortage and inflation pose challenges for restaurants, a Goldman Sachs survey of small business owners ...
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Social Security could get biggest cost-of-living increase in 40 years amid COVID-19-related inflation surge

The Social Security cost-of-living adjustment next year could be about 6%, the most since 1982, according to an estimate       ...
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Meat processors in government talks over gas shortage

A shortage of carbon dioxide could hit meat production and packaging, UK processors warn. read full story here at BBC ...
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Elon Musk praises Chinese automakers as Tesla works to improve company's reputation

Musk's appearance comes as his company works to strengthen Tesla's reputation in China ...
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Thinking about a career switch? Here's what you should keep in mind.

It’s not easy to shift careers as it carries a risk of failure. But you can do it if you’re ...
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Broadcasting cash offsets Man Utd's Covid losses

Football giant says year was among its most challenging but sees broadcast income jump sharply. read full story here at ...
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Next deal keeps Gap brand alive in the UK

Deal means Gap will still have a UK high street presence within Next’s stores despite closing its own. read full ...
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Restaurant etiquette debate: Should you add a tip when you order takeout food?

More than half of Americans (56%) started tipping more for restaurant food last year, according to a new Bank of ...
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Daily Crunch: Apple, Google bow to Russian pressure

Hello and welcome to Daily Crunch for Friday, September 17th! What a week, ya’ll. It is now just days before Disrupt, which means the TechCrunch ...
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OpenSea released an app — but it’s for browsing, not buying and selling

It’s a big day for the Amazon of the decentralized internet — OpenSea now has an app for iOS and Android. For most companies, having ...
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Marketers should plan for more DIY metrics as iOS 15 nears

Apple is planning to remove developer access to important user data as part of its iOS 15 release on Monday, leaving email marketers in a ...
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