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Kodak boosted lobbying efforts during the months leading up to the loan

(Bloomberg) – Eastman Kodak Co. significantly increased its spending to put pressure on the federal government in the months leading up to the Trump administration to announce a $ 765 million loan to the besieged camera company. Kodak spent $ 870,000 putting pressure on Congress and federal agencies between April and June, according to publications published in Congress. The New …

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Former civilian director sues Pinterest accusing him of gender discrimination, retaliation and illegal termination – TechCrunch

The former Pinterest chief operating officer has filed a lawsuit accusing the company of gender discrimination. Françoise Brougher, who says she was abruptly fired from the company in April, is suing the company for declaring her “responsible for discrimination, retaliation and unlawful cancellation in violation of the Fair Employment Act and Housing (FEHA) and the Labor Code, “According to a …

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Tesla announces a 5 to 1 stock division

Net power Published in August 11, 2020 | through Press Release August 11, 2020 of Press release Palo Alto, California, August 11, 2020 – Tesla, Inc. (“Tesla”) announced today that the Board of Directors has approved and declared a division of five by one of Tesla’s common shares in the form of a dividend of shares to be held. the …

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Gold and stocks are retreating as U.S. stimulus hopes fade

World stocks and the price of gold declined as hopes of imminent new measures to support the recovery of the U.S. economy from the coronavirus pandemic were dashed. China’s Shanghai and Shenzhen Chinese index fell 2.6 percent on Wednesday, while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng fell 0.2 percent. Australia’s S & P / ASX 200 fell 0.5 per cent. Equity falls …

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Asian stocks fall into uncertainty over U.S. stimulus

TOKYO / BOSTON (Reuters) – Asian stocks fell on Wednesday amid growing uncertainty over whether U.S. lawmakers would agree to an additional round of major fiscal stimulus to support an economy still struggling with the new coronavirus. PHOTOGRAPH: A man wearing a face mask is seen in the Shanghai Stock Exchange building as the country is hit by a new …

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The cancellation of the Pac-12 sports will be a blow to Salt Lake, Utah

SALT LAKE CITY: The Porcupine Pub and Grill is located in the shadow of Rice-Eccles Stadium and has a completely different energy on game days. Patrons often take to the streets, rain or shine, waiting for a seat during what the apartment manager, Code Winn, says, which are the busiest days in the restaurant. “It’s absolute madness,” Winn said. “Even …

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Smith’s grocery stores post a memoir on cheese dips

SALT LAKE CITY – Smith’s grocery stores have posted a withdrawal in several cheese dives due to fears of salmonella contamination. The chain advised customers to avoid eating potentially affected products purchased between May 15 and August 6 and offers a full refund or replacement if customers return the products to stores, according to a statement. The full list of …

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Boeing: No orders, no more 737 cancellations on the ground. Max

Fox Business Briefs: The FAA could wait until early November before re-certifying the plane, the Wall Street Journal says. Boeing did not sell airlines and customers canceled orders for 43 of its 737 Max aircraft last month, as the aircraft maker continued to struggle with the pandemic and grounding of the Max after of two fatal accidents. However, cancellations announced …

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