Jose Luis Pelaez Inc Millions of Americans who are eagerly waiting for a second round of $1,200 stimulus checks may be relieved to know those payments are still a priority for Washington lawmakers. But Republicans and Democrats in Congress must first end their stalemate and approve the next coronavirus relief bill before Americans can get
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Many colleges and universities are struggling to reopen safely and offer in-person classes during the pandemic. At risk is not just the health and safety of their students, faculty and staff, but in many cases the financial viability of the institutions themselves if they have to go to remote learning, which could prompt students and
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Scott Mlyn | CNBC After holding flat for a couple of weeks, the number of borrowers in public and private coronavirus-related mortgage bailout programs saw a much bigger improvement than expected. Most still in getting aide, however, have extended their terms, suggesting they are still unable to get current on their home loans.  The number
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If you’re a small business owner, you’re likely dealing with the many ongoing financial implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and searching for ways to minimize the impact it has on your business. One of the ways you can find financial relief during this time is through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)’s Debt Relief program.
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Robert Pattinson dons the cowl in Matt Reeves’ “The Batman.” Warner Bros. Robert Pattinson, the latest actor to don the Batman cowl, has tested positive for Covid-19, according to multiple media reports. Warner Bros. confirmed earlier Thursday that production on Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” had been halted in the U.K. after a crew member tested
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Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, manages over 250,000 employees globally – and when looking to hire new people or promote within, he looks for key “leadership” characteristics.   “Management, in an important way, is facts, analysis, details, follow-up [and] discipline. And it is hard. You have to do it all the time – [managing] sales, balance
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Carlos Ponce joins others at a July 16 demonstration in Miami Springs, Florida, asking senators to support the continuation of unemployment benefits. Joe Raedle | Getty Images The fight over state and local funding  “Both sides have dug in on their philosophical grounds,” when it comes to supporting state and local governments, said Mark Mazur,
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Leniency in cancer case; rehab rip-off; repayment unlikely; and other highlights of recent tax cases. White Plains, New York: Preparer Michael G. Magnaldi, 55, has reportedly been granted a lenient sentence in an “uncommon” case after pleading guilty to tax fraud. Magnaldi, formerly of Pelham, New York, has Stage 4 prostate cancer and might have
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Dado Ruvic | Reuters Johnson & Johnson‘s potential coronavirus vaccine prevented severe illness in a small group of Syrian golden hamsters, the company announced Thursday. J&J researchers vaccinated hamsters with a single dose and then exposed the rodents to the virus four week later, the company said. J&J said the vaccine elicited neutralizing antibodies, which
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