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Public Displays of Resignation: Saying ‘I Quit’ Loud and Proud

For Gabi Iniello, it was the blisters from putting on stilettos to her real estate job every morning that called employees back to the office. For Giovanna Gonzalez, it was three short letters, RTO, coming from her investment management boss. For Tiffany Knighton, it was finding out that a teammate’s annual salary was more than …

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Susan Rosenblatt, Who Took On Big Tobacco, Dies at 70

If Mr. Rosenblatt garnered the most attention, it was Ms. Rosenblatt, as the Chicago Sun-Times described her in 2000, “an expert in law balancing her expertise before the jury, of her bowed-down absence.” The comparisons were of concern. The detail man balances his big-picture scene.” In addition to her husband and their son David, Ms. …

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Debt Ceiling Window Is Narrowing, Bipartisan Policy Center Warns

The United States faces a default sometime between December 21 and January 28 if Congress does not act to extend or suspend it. debt ceiling, a Washington think tank warned on Friday. The projection from the think tank, the Bipartisan Policy Center, had a narrower window than the one provided last month, and the nonpartisan …

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Stocks slide again after the jobs report sends mixed signals on the economy.

Stocks on Wall Street continued to trade on Friday after a report on labor market conditions sent mixed signals about an economic recovery and market turbulence initiated by the Omicron version. US employers added 210,000 jobs in NovemberThe Labor Department said on Friday, a 550,000 profit and far below expectations of a sharp slowdown from …

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Robberies, Always an Issue for Retailers, Become More Brazen

Anonymity represents another example in which criminals influenced by rules in the physical world can operate freely on the Internet – an issue that has surfaced in the problems associated with misinformation, suspicious advertising and goods glorification of crime, Pawnshops, for example, are regulated in nearly every state, said Richard Rossman, a sergeant with the …

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The Markets Are Confused, but Wall Street Is Still Making Predictions

Marcelo Carvalho, head of global emerging markets research, added. “The numbers are meaningless in a sense,” he said, and continued with a charming smile: “Whenever I make a forecast, and I’ve done it for many years, I know it’s going to be wrong.” But, he added, “the numbers are an example of where things are …

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Omicron and Travel: So, Now Do I Need Trip Insurance?

While the pandemic has depressed travel, it may have encouraged travel insurance, say those in the industry. “The biggest question we get from customers is: ‘What if I get COVID while traveling and what if I have to quarantine?’ President Jeremy Murchland said. Seven Corner, a travel insurance management company. “Covid has created widespread awareness …

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Cognitive Rehab: One Patient’s Painstaking Path Through Long Covid Therapy

Over time, Ms. Purvis, a speech-language pathologist, increased the exercise: arrange the numbers in descending order, repeating a sentence in reverse. it increased the noise and distraction To anticipate Ms. Lewis’s busy work environment. She held the door open, turned on the television news, and finally held sessions in the bustling physical therapy gym. Between …

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