Monthly Archives: December 2021

Detroit Public Schools Cancel Classes For COVID Testing

(WXYZ) – The Detroit Public School Community District announced Friday that the district is canceling all in-person, online and virtual learning Monday through Wednesday for all employees to test for COVID. The district said testing will be free at its 10 sites. They would then look at the infection rate …

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7 Ways to Increase Your Cash Flow MyrtleBeachSC

If you’re like a lot of people, your goal is to be able to retire comfortably and live a life of luxury. The good news is that there are ways for you to increase your cash flow to make this dream come true. Earn more money It might sound obvious, …

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Asian stocks mixed in rare New Year’s trading | World news

BANGKOK (AP) – Stocks were mixed in Asia on Friday after a late decline tipped major indices into the red on Wall Street, leaving the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average slightly below record highs. Tokyo and many other regional markets have been closed. A survey released on Friday …

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Pick n Pay denies that customer data was exposed online despite ‘glitch’

Last week, Pick n Pay had a customer delivery tracking issue Retailer Pick n Pay denied that its customers’ information was exposed online, but admitted that an issue uncovered customer delivery tracking links. It comes after a MyBroadband report that found data from customers who use the retailer’s delivery service …

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Here’s why we’re not at all concerned about SavorEat’s silver consumption situation (TLV: SVRT)

Just because a business isn’t making money doesn’t mean the stock will go down. For example, biotech and mineral exploration companies often lose money for years before they are successful with a new treatment or mineral discovery. Still, only an idiot would ignore the risk that a loss-making company would …

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NASD Executives Suggest Do Not Raise Taxes – Times News Online

The New Years resolution for the Northampton area school district is not new taxes. To support this goal, the NASD board voted 8-0, with one board member absent, on December 20 to approve a resolution, as recommended by the administration, “stating that the board did not will not increase the …

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Advertising Platform OpenX Accepts $ 2 Million Injunction and Payment in Case Alleging Violations of Children’s Privacy Law | Takeover bid

Online advertising platform OpenX Technologies Inc. (OpenX) accepted a court order requiring it to pay $ 2 million and be bound by injunction provisions requiring its compliance with Federal Trade law. Commission (FTC) and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)) Reign. This stipulated order resolves a government lawsuit against …

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They got their insurance money after Hurricane Ida. Now they are fighting their mortgage company. [The Advocate, Baton Rouge, La.]

December 27 — When Steve kenny first received a check from his insurer for the damage caused by Hurricane Ida, he finally thought he had the money to repair his Saint-Charles Parish residence. But there was one step left: his mortgage company had to endorse the check. So he mailed …

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Depressed people may resort to assisted suicide

Letters from the Readers: Depressed People May Turn to Assisted Suicide Calendar An icon of a desk calendar. to cancel An icon depicting a circle with a diagonal line across. Caret A block arrow icon pointing right. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook A Facebook “f” brand icon. …

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