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  • Retailers offer logistical help to local governments to vaccinate citizens

    Amazon.com, Starbucks and Walmart are among a growing list of commercial businesses that have reached out with offers to help governments seeking to vaccinate citizens against COVID-19. Poor coordinat

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  • Amazon facing union vote

    Amazon.com employees at a warehouse in Bessemer, AL, will vote next month on whether to approve representation by the Retail Wholesale and Department Store Union. Workers at the plant approached the u

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  • Google workers unionize in 10 countries

    Workers employed by Google’s parent, Alphabet, in the U.S, Canada, Europe and the UK have voted to join 13 different unions in 10 countries that are now linked as part of a global alliance, Alph

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  • Bud to pass on the Super Bowl broadcast

    You won’t see any Budweiser commercials on this year’s Super Bowl broadcast as the beer brand has decided to take a pass on promoting its line for the first time in 37 years. The company s

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  • Restaurant survivors face uncertain futures as COVID-19 cases rise

    The restaurant industry has been decimated during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Many that survived, such as Scratch Food & Beverage, have had to remake their businesses to address changes in co

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  • GameStop’s stock jumps another 50 percent

    Investor exuberance about GameStop’s prospects have risen above $90 a share based on the addition of Ryan Cohen, co-founder and former CEO of Chewy, to the retailer’s board of directors. O

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  • Even empty storefronts become selling points for vacation town

    Hamptons Village on New York’s Long Island requires landlords to display art from local artists (no charge) if storefronts are vacant for at least a month. “I think it’s an amazing way to ac

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  • Boston Market and Chick-fil-A debut new spicy, chicken sandwiches

    Americans have demonstrated their love of spicy chicken sandwiches in recent years and more restaurant operators are looking to get in on the craze. The latest to do so are Boston Market and Chick-fil

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  • Biden executive order will increase food stamp benefits

    President Joe Biden will sign an executive order today that will increase the weekly value of benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program for about 12 million families that have bee

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