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Fed holds rates near zero but expects economy to improve in 2021

The Federal Reserve said during its final meeting of the year on Wednesday that it would continue holding interest rates near zero and underscored its promise to aid the economy’s

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Gym owners need help. Congress must provide relief or fitness industry won’t make it: Community Gyms Coalition

As Congress continues to negotiate federal relief legislation and decide on how much money will be included in the next stimulus bill, the fitness industry must remain top-of-mind. The COVID-19

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Best Buy redesigns store locations to meet online surge

Best Buy has redesigned four stores in the Twin Cities area to help meet the surge in demand for online orders ahead of the holiday season. The remodels, which include

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Economists urge New York to raise taxes on billionaires as budget crisis looms

A group of economists is urging New York to hike taxes on its billionaires in order to address a looming budget crisis. In a letter sent to Gov. Andrew Cuomo,

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Google delays return to office and eyes ‘flexible workweek’

Alphabet Inc.’s Google will allow its employees to work from home until September next year, extending the return to the office by a few months, the New York Times reported

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What if we looked at this year as an opportunity to reset how we do things at Christmas?

We need some extra Christmas cheer this year. 2020 took all of us on a chaotic roller-coaster ride, and many people in our communities are scared, broken, hurting, and hungry.

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New York City business owners haunted by Amazon loss amid pandemic

The area in Long Island City where Amazon would’ve built the new headquarters. In Long Island City, it’s the scar that won’t heal. Two years after Amazon pulled out from

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