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Coronavirus-enforced Champions League changes give CBS the platform to build an audience

The pandemic-enforced changes in the Champions League presented the perfect format for CBS to seek to broadcast European football's exhibition competition earlier than planned in the United States. Rather than the regular home-game series for the quarterfinals and semifinals, UEFA has adopted a fast two-week knockout tournament with eight teams in Lisbon, Portugal, culminating in the final on August 23. …

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Fundamentally supporting a coffee turn

Coffee has spent much of this year in doldrums, as a combination of falling demand (from COVID-related café closures) and a weak Brazilian real currency kept java on the ropes. However, these negatives slowly dissolve as the offer picture begins to brighten. Here we will discuss the growing number of basic factors that favor a coffee price reversal later this …

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Nearly 300 wildfires in Siberia amid hot weather

Russia's forest service said nearly 300 fires burned across the country's northern wilderness on Saturday as it sought to contain them with methods such as explosives and cloud seeds. Steep warm weather over large swells in Siberia since January, combined with low soil moisture, has contributed to a resurgence of wildfires that devastated the region last summer, the EU's climate …

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The United States heads for fiscal cut when the stimulus fades

Peter Griesar, founder of Brazos Tacos in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia, was so disturbed this week that the United States can rein in its fiscal stimulus as the pandemic continued to rage that he fired a tweet from the restaurant's account. The $ 600 dollars a week of unrestricted benefits that helped millions of Americans – and some 10 to 15 …

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Retail sales revenue in retail falls 58%

Even as the Great Recession dampened consumer confidence and boosted unemployment, things were not as bad for retailers as they have been during the current Covid-19 crisis, according to a new analysis from Retail Metrics. Days after the World Health Organization declared a pandemic in March, dealers across the United States were forced to close its doors for many weeks …

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Political neutrality is what made American newspapers great

Many of America's major newspapers have moved away from even the pretense of political neutrality. The tradition dates to 1835, when a Scottish immigrant named James Gordon Bennett founded the New York Herald. He had $ 500 in capital, an office in a roof basement, and only himself as employees. With a dozen other papers in town, no one thought …

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In a time of financial stress, 401 (k) cases cost more than ever

For passive index funds, you get a much better break: The average annual spending rate was 0.13 percent last year. The competition is so fierce that some fund companies charge negligible or zero expenses on selected funds. Even if you work for a small or medium-sized company, you can request that it search for affordable providers. "There are so many …

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