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Transgender swimmer Lia Thomas has support of potential rival

Brava, Brooke Forde. Brava.  The Olympic swimmer and Stanford grad student is taking a beautifully human stance when it comes to transgender swimmer Lia Thomas. For background: Thomas is a senior swimmer at the University of Pennsylvania; during her time in college, she came out and has transitioned from male to female. Current NCAA rules require that she undergo testosterone suppression for at least one year, and at this point, she has been doing it for well over two years. Before her… Source link

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Bank of America says 5G ‘comes alive’ in 2022 — it sees big upside potential for 3 smaller-name stocks that could give you a piece in a pivotal year

Bank of America says 5G ‘comes alive’ in 2022 — it sees big upside potential for 3 smaller-name stocks that could give you a piece in a pivotal year 2021 turned out to be a great year for many 5G stocks. But according to Bank of America, 2022 could be even better. “This is the year 5G comes alive,” says the bank’s Global Research team. Bank of America points out that wireless carriers like Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile plan to spend tens of billions of dollars on 5G deployment in the… Source link

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Potential DOJ suits against Apple and Google delayed amid budget woes

Another major concern for the department is the likely expense of a court battle with the two companies, each of which has a market value exceeding $1 trillion. That issue became more fraught this week when Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) torpedoed Democrats’ Build Back Better package, which would have given DOJ a $500 million boost for antitrust enforcement. Senate Democrats vow to hold a vote on the $1.7 trillion bill anyway in January. The department could also get extra cash in other… Source link

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We’re preparing for ‘a potential perfect storm’ with Omicron and winter

The news of a new COVID variant Omicron comes at a time where the U.S. is heading into the winter, adding a dose of uncertainty at a time when cases, hospitalizations, and deaths are rising as people increasingly gather indoors. “The winter months already were a time that we were expecting to have some surge, just by the nature of people going indoors, the cold dry air, which makes it more easily transmissible with viruses,” Dr. Elizabeth Clayborne, an emergency physician at UM Capital… Source link

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SAM ALERT – Nationally Ranked Shareholder Rights Firm Labaton Sucharow is Investigating The Boston Beer Company, Inc. (NYSE:SAM) for Potential Securities Violations and Breach of Fiduciary Duty

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 13, 2021 / Labaton Sucharow, a nationally ranked and award-winning shareholder rights firm, is investigating potential securities violations and breach of fiduciary duty claims against The Boston Beer Company, Inc. (“Boston Beer” or the “Company”) (NYSE:SAM). On September 8, 2021, after the market closed, Boston Beer announced that it was withdrawing its 2021 financial guidance issued on July 22, 2021 as a result of a decrease in demand for its hard seltzer… Source link

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Natural immunity emerges as potential legal challenge to federal COVID-19 vaccination mandates

The argument that natural immunity against COVID-19 is an alternative to vaccination is emerging as a potential legal challenge to federally mandated vaccination policies. Vaccination is already required for certain workers and some college students. The federal government, despite steeper legal hurdles to imposing vaccination, has also invoked the U.S. Department of Labor to mandate inoculation for health care workers and is expected to roll out a larger policy effectively mandating… Source link

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The GameStop phenomenon triggers potential restrictions in corporate America

The GameStop phenomenon hit corporate America in the coffers this week. On Sept. 16, MassMutual paid a $4 million fine to settle a litigation with Massachusetts securities regulators, according to a Wall Street Journal report.  The financial-services company got busted for not properly supervising Keith Gill, the 34-year-old MassMutual employee and YouTuber, who went by the alias “Roaring Kitty” on social media. Gill gained a cult-like following among retail investors on Reddit for posting… Source link

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Apollo Global Management Is Talking to Potential Leaders for Yahoo, AOL

Apollo is eyeing leadership changes at Yahoo as it prepares to take over the media company. Former Hearst magazines head Troy Young has been among those advising Apollo, fueling speculation he could be tapped for a leadership role there. Apollo is expected to try to turn around the company by investing in editorial, subscriptions, and commerce. As Apollo Global… Source link

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Google Drive will let you block other users to stop potential harassment

Google Drive is adding the ability for users to block other accounts from sharing files with them, in a move that’s designed to prevent potential harassment and spam on the platform. The feature, which is rolling out over the next two weeks, also stops accounts from accessing any files you’ve shared with them in the past, and removes any of their past files from your drive. “Drive’s sharing capabilities fuel productivity and collaboration, but bad actors can abuse tools that are… Source link

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Growth Potential Great for JD Stock, Despite Headwinds

Chinese retailer JD.com (JD) has taken investors on a wild ride this year. Since hitting a high of more than $108 per share earlier this year, shares of this embattled e-commerce player have sunk to below $70 per share of late. Indeed, there are many reasons for this. In general, investors appear to be wary of Chinese tech stocks right now due to regulatory and geopolitical risk. The Chinese government has begun to assert its power over these tech monoliths in a big way. If this power struggle… Source link

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