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US resorts adapt to new normal of skiing amid pandemic

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Roughly seven months after the coronavirus cut the ski season short at the height of spring break, resorts across the United States and Canada are slowly picking up the pieces and figuring out how to safely reopen this winter.

Carnival ships will need court approval 60 days before restarting cruises, judge says

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A federal judge said she plans to require Carnival Corp. to certify that each of its cruise ships is compliant with its probation obligations 60 days before those ships reenter U.S. waters to restart cruises.

Stan Richards steps down from namesake Dallas advertising firm over ‘too Black’ remarks

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Stan Richards is exiting his namesake Dallas advertising and marketing agency after a week of internal turmoil and severed business partnerships over his racially insensitive comments about a proposed Motel 6 ad campaign idea.

U.S. stocks close lower

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U.S. stocks ended lower on Thursday.

Biden tax plans will raise less money and hit rich harder, analysts conclude

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Former Vice President Joe Biden's tax proposals always were going to hit the wealthy the hardest. But revisions in recent months have shifted more of the burden onto the top 1% of income-earning households, according to new analyses from tax experts.

Biggest backer of legal marijuana in NJ is a company best known for battling...

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Who’s funding the effort to legalize cannabis for recreational use in New Jersey?

TikTok seeks to block second round of US restrictions

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TikTok Inc. asked a federal judge to block a broad set of government restrictions designed to curb use of the Chinese-owned video-sharing app in the U.S., less than three weeks after the company succeeded in halting the Trump administration’s ban on new downloads.

EU can slap tariffs on U.S. goods over Boeing aid: WTO

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The World Trade Organization (WTO) on Tuesday ruled that the European Union (EU) can impose tariffs on U.S. products worth around 4 billion U.S. dollars, in retaliation for government subsidies given to the aircraft manufacturer Boeing.

AT&T to offer new iPhone 12 for $0, with a few strings attached, as...

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AT&T plans to offer the new 5G-capable iPhone 12 for $0 to new and existing customers on its AT&T Unlimited plan with the trade-in of an older, working iPhone.

Hyundai green-lights development of a ‘walking car’ with 4 dog-like legs

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Rugged Jeeps and pickups can explore the great outdoors. But for those who want vehicles to travel further into unnavigable terrain, Hyundai is working on what it calls a “Transformer-class vehicle” right out of a science-fiction film.

Carnival Cruise Line scraps plans to restart cruises from Miami in November

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Less than two weeks after Carnival Cruise Line said it would likely begin to restart cruises from PortMiami and Port Canaveral on Nov. 1, on Monday the company canceled all cruises through the end of November.

Google tries to turn YouTube into a major shopping destination

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Every toy, gadget and good you see on YouTube could soon be for sale online — not on Amazon, but right on YouTube itself.

SBA, Treasury simplify forgiveness process on small PPP loans

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The Treasury Department and the Small Business Administration released a simplified forgiveness application for Paycheck Protection Program loans under $50,000.

Twitter places limits to slow the spread of misleading content

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Twitter Inc. announced a handful of product changes intended to make it harder for users to spread misinformation on the service in the weeks leading up to the U.S presidential election.

Amazon unveils prototype of Rivian-built electric delivery van, with 100,000 on order and plans...

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Your Amazon package may be arriving in a custom-built Rivian electric delivery vehicle by next year.

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Apple developing smaller AirPods Pro, revamped entry-level model

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Apple Inc. is planning updates to its AirPods earbuds next year, seeking to capitalize on the success of a product that has become an important source of growth.