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The cost of a stuck ship

After almost a week of dredging, digging and towing – and with the help of the moon – rescue teams yesterday freed the giant container ship stuck in the Suez Canal, one of the world’s most important shipping lanes. As a result, traffic has resumed for the hundreds of ships …

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Greenpeace protests ECB loans to carbon-intensive industries

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) – Greenpeace activists landed on the roof of a European Central Bank building on Wednesday to lay a banner protesting the financial institution’s lending policy, which climate activists say , favors highly polluting industries. Activists used a motorized paraglider to reach the roof of the reception building …

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A Guide to Delivering PPP Loans | Economic news

A few nuances to note: costs incurred before the covered period, but paid during the covered period, are eligible for the discount. Just like the expenses incurred during the period covered but paid after the end of it, provided that they are paid at the latest on the next payday …

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National mask donation program kicks off with Kids Matter

FT. WORTH, Texas, April 6, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – SecurCapital, LARGE Logistics, Maximedi, Resources for healthcare professionals (HPR) and Kids Matter International today announced the launch of its national mask donation program. With millions of medical-grade masks available for immediate shipment from Dallas, the program will rapidly deploy high-quality masks …

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Spartanburg Shoe Store Owner Survives COVID Through Online Sales

COVID-19 hit many retailers hard last year, but shoe store owner Duffy Baehr has survived his worst sales year to become an inspiration to others in Spartanburg. “Duffy embodies what Spartanburg success is,” said David Britt, co-chair of OneSpartanburg’s Bringing Back the Burg task force. “Particularly through this pandemic, we …

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