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Aetna ranks 2 NJ counties among the nation’s healthiest communities

From education and finance to housing, public safety and even the environment, several factors were taken into account 2020’s healthiest social ranking compiled by the Aetna Foundation. The list – which consists of 500 communities across America – includes two New Jersey counties in the top 25 places alone. Hunterdon County came in at no. 15 and Morris County at …

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American airlines immediately call a new rescue service as the number of jobs decreases

President Trump says the administration will assist the aviation industry during a press conference. The executives of American Airlines, United Airlines and JetBlue Airways and the major aviation federations held a press conference on Tuesday afternoon on Capitol Hill as part of a final step for a six-month extension of the $ 25 billion wage support program. rescue from Congress …

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Walmart, UPS and others are teaming up for an online shopping spree this holiday season

Instead of preparing for door buses on Black Friday and amazing shopping in stores before Christmas, many retailers and shipping companies are starting to staff in anticipation of a flood of online deliveries and pickup orders. Walmart (WMT), which has already employed more than 500,000 workers in stores and throughout its supply chain since March to meet the growing demand …

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China says it will not approve TikTok sale, calls it ‘blackmail’ – TechCrunch

The deadline is September 20 for an alleged TikTok the sale has already taken place, but the parties involved have not yet resolved the terms of the deal. ByteDance and TikTok’s bidders Oracle and Walmart presented conflicting announcements about the future ownership of the app and confused investors and users. Meanwhile, Beijing’s dissatisfaction with TikTok sales is becoming increasingly apparent. …

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Walmart hopes to hire 20,000 workers for the holiday season

A Walmart worker organizes Christmas products at a Walmart store in Teterboro, New Jersey. Eduardo Munoz | Reuters Walmart said it will hire 20,000 seasonal employees who will help pack and ship online at its fulfillment centers as it expects more holiday shopping to move online during the coronavirus pandemic. This is the first time in five years that the …

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Executive Shake Up was necessary, say analysts

Electric car manufacturer Nikola (NKLA) has made headlines for all the wrong reasons recently. Shares fell 19% on Monday after the company announced the resignation of its founder and chairman, Trevor Milton. After a report from September 10, in which card seller Hindenburg Research claimed that Milton had made allegations about NKLA technology, Milton was in hot water. Given this …

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Elon Musk promises $ 25,000 Tesla in three years – again

What happens when Do you charge more than 200 Tesla shareholders – increasingly wealthy shareholders – to a parking lot in Fremont, California, and put CEO Elon Musk loose in front of them to talk about the company’s upcoming battery technology? De tutar. Very. The unusual shareholders’ meeting, with the permission of the Covid-19 pandemic, had some big applause – …

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Wells Fargo CEO allegedly accuses ‘Limited pool of black talent’ of problems in achieving diversity goals

Top row Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf said the bank had trouble reaching its diversity targets because there is not enough qualified minority talent, Reuters reported, echoing what proponents say are long-standing excuses for the lack of racial diversity in corporate America. Charles W. Scharf, President and CEO of Wells Fargo & Company, arrives for testimony before … [+] House …

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