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Lee Price III falsely misrepresented the status of three companies, and used the money to spend thousands on a strip club, properties and luxury items.

Lee Price III spent his $1.6 million in PPP loans on cars, a Rolex and clubs. Now, he's been sentenced to more than nine years in prison. - CBS News

Authorities say they have questioned a FedEx driver after hundreds of packages were recently found in some woods in Blount County.

UPDATE: FedEx Driver Questioned after Hundreds of Packages Were Dumped in Blount County - Alabama News

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"Striketober" may be over, but workers aren't stopping their fight to build a better future from the status quo of unlivable wages and disrespect.

The UK regulator issued a provisional finding in August which said the acquisition was anti-competitive.

Companies from Nestlé to Krispy Kreme raised prices to offset bigger paychecks and rising supply costs. They say consumer behavior wasn't affected.

The government also told the public not to buy Starlink internet because the company didn't have a license.

Indian Tells Starlink to Stop Selling Internet Without License

Oil prices plunged $10 a barrel on Friday, their largest one-day drop since April 2020, as a new variant of the coronavirus spooked investors and added to concerns that a supply surplus could swell in the first quarter.

Oil settles down $10/bbl in largest daily drop since April 2020 | Reuters

“Made in the U.S.A” is becoming more affordable. The reason? Fracking.

This chart shows the number of eviction filings tracked in selected cities before and after the end of the CDC moratorium (2021).

• Chart: Evictions In The U.S. Rise After Moratorium Ends | Statista

The global demand for luxury private jets is booming as elites ignore irregular commercial travel options and fly their own way as coronavirus restrictions linger around the world.

In the U.S. alone, business jet take-offs and landings are up 40 percent year-on-year on the back of unprecedented demand from the super rich.
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U.S. stocks suffered from some of the biggest single-day declines of the year on Friday as a new, fast-spreading COVID-19 variant detected in South Africa triggered fresh fears that a resurgent coronavirus could scuttle the global economy's recovery from the pandemic.

Impossible Foods has raised nearly $500 million in a funding round led by existing shareholder Mirae Asset Global Investments, highlighting a surge in investor appetite for fast-growing plant-based meat makers.

Impossible Foods raises $500 mln in funding round led by Mirae | Reuters

Comcast Corp's NBCUniversal is planning to unplug much of its content from Walt Disney's Hulu and make it exclusive to its subscription service, Peacock, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday (Nov 22), citing people familiar with the matter. NBCUniversal content counts for only a small percentage of H

Comcast considers moving some content to Peacock from Hulu: Report - CNA

An Ontario grandmother who bought an educational toy for her 15-month-old granddaughter was shocked when the dancing cactus started swearing and singing about doing cocaine.

Walmart pulls children's toy that sings about doing cocaine | CTV News

Canadian housing prices are set to surge again in the coming months as investors and first-time buyers scramble to buy before interest rates go up, ignoring a warning from the Bank of Canada that there is a high risk of a sudden price drop.

Up, up, up: Canada house prices poised to surge again despite central bank warning | Reuters

The company announced Tuesday that salaried staff who filled in for the union members over the last month will get 8% pay raises.

The manifesto circulating within Google is asking the company’s leaders to retract the vaccine mandate immediately and create a new one that is more “inclusive of all Googlers.” 

600 Google Employees Sign Manifesto Against Vaccine Mandate | The National Interest

Three retail pharmacy chains recklessly distributed massive amounts of pain pills in two Ohio counties, a federal jury said Tuesday.

CVS, Walmart and Walgreens are responsible for roles in opioid crisis, jury finds


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