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More Than 50 Lawmakers Urge Biden to Send Recurring $2,000 Coronavirus Stimulus Checks
Those in support included Reps Rashida Tlaib, Ayanna Pressley and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
New Stimulus Bill Includes Second Round of PPP Loans for Small Business and Forgiveness Rule Changes Favorable to Borrowers
Congress finally passed further Covid relief, and it potentially bodes well for a range of small businesses.
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FTC, State Prosecutors Seek to Break Up Facebook for 'Anticompetitive Conduct'
The FTC and a coalition of attorneys general argue that Facebook acquired Instagram and WhatsApp to stop them from leapfrogging Facebook. But Facebook says the legal action is "revisionist history."
Mitch McConnell Poured Cold Water on the $908 Billion Covid-19 Stimulus Plan, Arguing That Trump Would Veto It
McConnell's statement came as all sides called for bipartisanship - and many rallied round a more substantial deal, backed by top Democratic leaders and a bipartisan group of Senators.
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How Should Entrepreneurs Prepare for an Election Disaster?
Don't wait for the ripple effects of contested presidential results to level your business.
How the Mail-In Voting Controversy Creates Opportunity for Identify Theft and Cyber Attacks
These faceless criminals took advantage of fear, uncertainty and doubt when the pandemic hit, and they're doing it again as the election nears.
U.S: Iran and Russia Obtained Voter Registration Data to Interfere in U.S. Election
'If you receive an intimidating or manipulative email in your inbox, don't be alarmed and do not spread it,' the U.S. Director of National Intelligence said on Wednesday.
Purdue Pharma to Plead Guilty to Multiple Federal Charges (Updated)
The OxyContin manufacturer will pay the government $225 million and own up to misleading the DEA and incentivizing doctors to write prescriptions.