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Ginni Thomas left a voicemailIn a 2010 voicemail, nearly 20 years after the contentious Supreme Court confirmation hearing of her husband, Thomas asked Hill to apologize for "what [she] did."
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Non-Drinkers Are Struggling inWhen Taleah Mona-Lusky got sober, she was told by people in both her professional and personal circles that she should also leave her career in advertising behind. In an industry that celebrates... winning a new client with rounds of shots and encourages drinking as a bonding activity, it was difficult for them to understand how...
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EY Grapples With Partner Pay, Bear Market in Breakup

Wall Street Journal - 24 Jun 2022 11:30
EY Grapples With Partner Pay,The Big Four accounting firm has made changes to its earlier plan to split the firm, including agreeing to offer some payout to partners who retire this year or next, before the deal closes, according... to an internal webcast.
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Fight the Bear-Market Blues With Roth IRA Conversion

Wall Street Journal - 24 Jun 2022 11:30
Roth IRAs are the best retirement plans to have, and this year's market declines have put them on sale.
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The SEC's Chair MakesThe Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Gary Gensler made what many consider a game-changing statement that can define the future of bitcoin and altcoins. Meanwhile, the price of bitcoin,... ethereum, BNB, XRP, Terra's luna, solana, cardano, dogecoin turn mixed.
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SEC Chair Gensler AffirmsThe chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Gary Gensler, says bitcoin is a commodity. He emphasized that the SEC, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and banking... regulators will collaborate to oversee the crypto sector. Gary Gensler: Bitcoin Is a Commodity SEC Chairman Gary Gensler clarified his position on cryptocurrency, particularly bitcoin, […]
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3M Faces Potentially BillionsThe company will begin court-ordered settlement negotiations over military earplugs next month, following lawsuits filed by thousands of veterans.
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After Roe v. Wade Ruling,Businesses with health plans covering abortion now are weighing whether and how to pay for employees to travel to a state where the procedure is legal.
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Appeals Court Halts Ban OnThe FDA enacted a ban on Juul products Thursday, arguing the company hasn't proven its products are safe.
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Student Loan Forgiveness:This could be huge for student loan forgiveness.
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BREAKING: Grayscale launchesA similar decision was also made on Wednesday regarding Bitwise's Bitcoin exchange-traded product (ETP) citing the same reasons.
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Bitcoin clings to $20K asBTC price briefly fell below $20,000 and traders warn that the all-important support level could eventually crumble after enduring an increasing number of retests.
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FedEx's New Boss FacesInvestors want to see more efficient operations, while ground-delivery contractors are pressing for financial help.
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Should You Buy, Sell, Or HoldThis marks a significant outperformance compared to some of its peers and the broader markets, with Johnson & Johnson stock rising 16%, Merck stock up 21%, and the S&P 500 index rising just 3% over... the same period.
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Beyond Meat Inc. is preparing to launch a sliced-steak product, expanding the company's lineup of plant-based meat alternatives as it works to boost languishing sales.
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Hedge-fund billionaire Ken Griffin lost his $50 million bet in the Illinois Republican primary for governor Tuesday after the suburban mayor he helped lift out of relative obscurity lost to a staunch... conservative who benefited from Democratic advertising.
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Tom DeBlass Was A SchoolTom DeBlass earned $45,000 a year when he worked as a special education teacher in 2000. Now he makes $500K as a BJJ instructor. Here's how he did it.
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Rich Dad Poor Dad's RobertThe famous author of the best-selling book Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki, says he’s waiting for the price of bitcoin to test $1,100. He added that he will buy more if the cryptocurrency... recovers from that price level. Robert Kiyosaki on Bitcoin Testing $1,100 The author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki, has […]
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A death in the Atlantic, aIn 1991, Robert Maxwell was found dead in the Atlantic after falling from a luxury yacht namedLady Ghislaine, which he named after his daughter.
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FTC Sues Walmart, Saying ItsFrom 2013 to 2018, as much as $197 million in payments that were the subject of fraud complaints were sent or received at Walmart, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
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How HIMARS Rockets Can HelpThe U.S. Army's mobile rocket system could have a big impact on the course of the war in Ukraine.
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Stock market update: Nifty IT index advances 0.58%

The Economic Times - 28 Jun 2022 13:06
The Nifty IT index closed 0.58 per cent up at 28509.1.
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Jet claims rights on livery,Jet Airways aims to restart operations in September after takeover by the Kalrock Jalan consortium
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Crypto Exchange That Hosted aA South Korean judge has ruled that a domestic crypto exchange is not liable for the actions of a voice phishing scam gang who transferred their victims' coins onto its platform. According to Newsis,... an individual named only as 'B' for legal reasons claimed they had been the victim of a scamming ring. The case was heard at the Civil Settlement Division of the Seoul Central District Court....
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Nike Posts Flat Sales, Jump in Inventories

Wall Street Journal - 28 Jun 2022 01:09
Nike Posts Flat Sales, Jump inDeclining revenues in North America and China offset gains in Europe. The results were better than Wall Street analysts had predicted.
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