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ByForbes Staff

BySenior Contributor

ByForbes Staff

ByContributor

ByForbes Staff

ByForbes Staff

8 minutes ago

‘ICE’s use of hotel housing accommodations has been ongoing for decades, so it’s nothing new.’

9 minutes ago

In 2014, one of the world’s largest high-tech manufacturers started thinking about a digital transformation that would help them better serve their customers while also generating operational efficiencies.

18 minutes ago

After two high-profile executives resigned following racial discrimination allegations Condé Nast pledged to do better — but Bon Appétit Test Kitchen stars say it wasn’t enough.

21 minutes ago

Europe’s carmakers look like avoiding the worst predictions of coronavirus disaster, but that won’t avoid severe pain in the industry because it has too many factories and workers and needs cuts to survive.

34 minutes ago

Trump is flying to Ohio Thursday.

35 minutes ago

The proclamation of the Expansion of the Clean Network to Safeguard America’s Assets coming from the Secretary of State’s office yesterday is an example of posturing and saber rattling that will result in zero impact on intellectual property theft, potentially massive wasted expenditure, and more…

36 minutes ago

The deadline to apply for a Paycheck Protection Program loan Is August 8.

39 minutes ago

Mortgage rates reached another low this week, helping to keep rising interest rates in check

43 minutes ago

YouTube played an essential role in popularizing Korean media. As interest has grown, so has the amount of k-content. Between 2018 and 2019, the hours of content uploaded from YouTube channels in Korea increased by over 50% and more growth is expected.

58 minutes ago

Sales have surged for the leading U.S. ammo makers during the Covid-19 pandemic as fears of coronavirus and civil unrest prompt Americans to buy guns and bullets.

1 hour ago

Unfortunately, the New McCarthyism may be coming to the University of Texas at Austin (UT).

1 hour ago

Chad Wolf said while defending the Department of Homeland Security’s actions in Portland before a Senate committee.

1 hour ago

American troops might have suffered a million casualties invading Japan.

1 hour ago

In terms of retailers bracing for consumers potentially reverting back to a savings mindset, they should keep their eye on the headlines. The minute-to-minute news around the extent of economic collapse fuels consumer psychology.

1 hour ago

“You think it’s a girls-type of workout. Then you go and do it once and you realize these girls are kicking your butt because they are already working the small muscle groups that [men] aren’t working all the time.”

1 hour ago

The Las Vegas Raiders announced earlier in August that they will not have fans in attendance at Allegiant Stadium during 2020 NFL season. This could cost the team $571 million in revenue.

1 hour ago

Landlords with federal mortgages in forbearance must now inform renters that they cannot be evicted for rent nonpayment while the loan suspension lasts.

1 hour ago

Mortgage interest rates decrease again, setting a new record low.

1 hour ago

Following community outcry, mayors and other elected or appointed officials have stepped down, as protests continue over systemic racism in the U.S.

1 hour ago

Covid is an ongoing earthquake for the global hospitality industry. In one of the latest tolls of the crisis, French hospitality giant AccorHotels says it will be forced to shed 1,000 jobs worldwide as part of a cost-cutting plan–after turnover slumped by over 50% for the first six months of 2020.

1 hour ago

4 out of 5 teachers feel more prepared to teach virtually, and 70% think their district’s distance-learning effort is headed in the right direction.

1 hour ago

Covid-19 prevents engineers in electronics manufacturing from factory travel and other heroics – forcing the adoption of new solutions to stay on schedule.

1 hour ago

The lawsuit comes after an 18 month investigation.

2 hours ago

Nia DaCosta is being given the same career path as the likes of Chris Nolan and Ryan Coogler.

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The Russian tech company has brought its self-driving vehicle program to the U.S. after years of testing in Moscow and Tel Aviv.

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