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Article Image News Link • Global, Tyler Durden

As Chicago slaps restaurants with fines and shutdowns for violating Democratic Gov. Pritzker's order against dine-in eating, Chicago City Council Alderman Tom Tunney (D) has been accused of running a "COVID speakeasy" after photos emerged on a local

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Perhaps inspired by AOC and her 'democratic socialist' compadres, more than 400 lawmakers from around the world have signed a letter demanding Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos raise employee wages, and pay more in taxes (we presume they mean both Amazon the com

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

In a move that is almost certainly going to set off a devastating chain reaction for what's left of the movie theater industry, Warner Bros. has decided it is going to release its major movies next year in theaters and on HBO Max at the same time.

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Jonathan O'Connell, Andrew Van Dam, Aaron Greg

More than half of the money from the Treasury Department's coronavirus emergency fund for small businesses went to just 5% of the recipients, according to data on more than 5 million loans released by the government Tuesday evening in response to a F

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Jeremiah Babe and the Center Square

A dozen grocery stores around the state have been forced to close for two weeks because of a public health order issued by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham at a time when the state's residents are suffering from record high unemployment and food insecur

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A group of local business owners met at a CrossFit gym near Buffalo, New York, on Friday night to discuss how to navigate the state's new COVID-19 guidelines that limit hours, number of customers, and access to their establishments. Several Erie Co