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    Washington (CNN)US financial institutions reported nearly $600 million in suspected ransomware-related payments to cybercriminals in the first six months of 2021 -- more than was reported in all of 2020, the Treasury Department said in a report Friday. The data "indicates that ransomware is an increasing threat to the U.S. financial sector, businesses, and the public," says the report from...
    New York City has fined 14 businesses as of Oct. 9 for not following the city’s new vaccine mandate, according to Fox News. The city has inspected roughly 27,500 businesses since the vaccine rules were implemented Sept. 13, Fox News reported. More than a dozen businesses fined for flouting NYC’s vaccine mandate https://t.co/mJ0efryRkU pic.twitter.com/tiAsnE0uhm — New York Post (@nypost) October...
    WEST HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) – The new mayor of West Hollywood said the city is taking a stand, requiring proof of vaccination to enter many indoor spaces in the city including restaurants, gyms, hair, and nail salons. “If you don’t want to get vaccinated just don’t visit our businesses,” said Mayor Lauren Meister of West Hollywood. “Get takeout or delivery.” READ...
    Facing a recall election Tuesday that could soon leave him without a job, California Gov. Gavin Newsom has been pointing to Texas as an example of where the Golden State is headed if Republicans take over, according to a report. While campaigning last week, Newsom, a Democrat, made reference to a new Texas abortion law that many liberals fear could...
    CHICAGO — Mayor Lori Lightfoot shied away Friday from questions about if the city will require some businesses to check people for proof of vaccination. New York City is requiring spots like gyms, restaurants and bars to check patrons for proof of vaccination, hoping that can limit the spread of COVID-19 during this latest wave of cases. But Lightfoot has...
    LONDON (AP) — Britain’s economic growth slowed more than expected in July as concern about the spread of the highly contagious delta variant of COVID-19 overshadowed the government’s decision to end most social distancing rules. The economy expanded 0.1% in the month, down from 1% in June. Economists had expected gross domestic product to increase by 0.5%, according to a...
    U.S. businesses are experiencing escalating inflation that is being aggravated by a shortage of goods and likely will be passed onto consumers in many areas, the Federal Reserve reported Wednesday. In its periodic "Beige Book" look at the nation's economic picture, the central bank also reported that growth overall had "downshifted slightly to a moderate pace" amid rising public health...
    Gov. Kathy Hochul gave New Yorkers an update on the state's recovery efforts after Tropical Depression Ida carved a destructive path through the region, with record rainfall and nine reported deaths in the state.  Hochul gave the update during a news conference on Thursday, Aug. 2, at the Great Neck Long Island Rail Road station in Nassau County.  Hochul said the...
    Private firms’ payrolls increased by 374,000, far less than the 600,000 jobs economists had predicted would be added, according to a major employment report. August marked the second consecutive month where private growth came in severely short of expectations, according to the monthly ADP National Employment Report released Wednesday. Last month, private firms added half as many jobs as expected...
    The overwhelming majority of Bay Area workplaces that reported COVID-19 outbreaks never faced any enforcement actions for possible violations of public health orders, a Bay Area News Group analysis reveals. The Bay Area counties that actively enforced COVID-19 orders — and not all counties did — primarily policed businesses that drew customer complaints, public records and interviews with officials indicate....
    Fewer North Carolina small businesses reported experiencing adverse effects from the COVID-19 pandemic than the national average, according to the latest survey from the U.S. Census Bureau. The survey found 18.5% of businesses in the state reported the pandemic had a large negative effect on their businesses compared with 25.2% of businesses nationwide. In addition, 31.7% of North Carolina businesses...
    A record share of small businesses say they are raising prices, data released Tuesday showed. The National Federation of Independent Business said that the net percent of small businesses that have raised prices rose seven points to 47 percent, the highest seasonally adjusted inflation since 1981. Five percent reported lower average selling prices, unchanged from a month ago, on an...
    Small businesses in Virginia and other parts of the country have faced staffing shortages in recent months, which are now causing losses in sales, according to a report from the National Federation of Independent Business. After the commonwealth's COVID-19 restrictions were eased and mostly eliminated, small businesses struggled to fill open positions they needed to keep up with an increased...
    Fewer Colorado small businesses reported experiencing negative effects from the pandemic than the national average, according to the latest survey from the U.S. Census Bureau. The survey found only 21.2% of businesses in the state reported experiencing large negative effect resulting from the pandemic compared to 25.2% of businesses nationwide. However, 44.8% of Colorado businesses reported experiencing “moderate negative impacts,”...
    A handwritten flyer depicting the symbol of a Neo-Nazi group was posted on a block of Warren County businesses, reports say. “’Theres nothing hatful/racist’ about showing ‘white pride,’” read the mistake-riddled flyer, which was pinned on a pole on Greenwich Street in Belvidere over July 4 weekend, LehighValleyLive reported Friday. The middle of the flyer showed the Aryan Nations logo, which appears...
                        A May survey from the NFIB found that nationally, seasonally-adjusted 48 percent of small businesses reported unfilled job openings for the fourth consecutive month. “Virginia small businesses are having a historically hard time hiring workers and getting back to pre-COVID levels,” NFIB Virginia State Director Nicole Riley said...
    Airline travel in the US hit its highest levels since the pandemic began over Memorial Day weekend with nearly 2 million people screened at airport security on Monday.  Data from the Transportation Security Administration recorded more than 1.9 million people passing through security checkpoints at American airports on Memorial Day - more than 400 percent more than last year, when just...
    CULVER CITY (CBSLA) — The Culver City Police Department Monday released video footage of a vehicle believed the be involved in a recent spate of vandalism. Culver City police Monday released video of a vehicle possibly connected to a series of shattered windows. (Source: Culver City Police Department/YouTube) According to authorities, officers responded April 12 to two calls of vandalism...
    Some Wyoming businesses that received COVID-19 relief funds are being asked to return some funds totalling nearly $10 million. Wyoming Business Council CEO Josh Dorrell said mistakes, mostly honest although some fraudulent, are the main reason for the returned funds, the Wyoming Tribune Eagle reported. Around $3.5 million in relief funds have already been returned voluntarily, the Tribune...
    Since their Obama years, several of President Joe Biden’s White House officials have made millions of dollars with ties to private businesses increasing their wealth, recent disclosure reports found. Biden has surrounded himself with top advisers in the West Wing who spent time in the private sector, significantly increasing their wealth since their time in the Obama Administration, where some...
    French Prime Minister Jean Castex said Thursday that Paris will be locked down for a month due to a surge in new coronavirus cases and has more patients in city hospitals than during the country’s second wave. "The epidemic is getting worse," he said, according to Reuters. "Our responsibility now is to not let it escape our control." I GOT THE...
    Miami-Dade, which is among the South Florida counties hit hardest by the Chinese coronavirus, has officially stopped issuing citations to businesses and individuals for breaking local public health measures thanks to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R) executive order, which he signed last week. Miami-Dade police are no longer issue citations, the department confirmed to the Miami-Herald. According to the paper,...
    Thousands of small businesses and government offices across the US were compromised due to a back door flaw in Microsoft’s email program, according to reports. Hackers in China have been exploiting several flaws in Microsoft’s Exchange software to break into accounts and read emails without authorization and to install unauthorized software, according to the Wall Street Journal. Sources told...
    Reuters March 2, 2021 0 Comments Texas Governor Greg Abbott said on Tuesday that his state’s mask mandate will be lifted and all businesses will be allowed to open at full capacity, local media reported. “It is now time to open Texas 100%,” Abbott said, adding that the lifting of the COVID-19-related restrictions will go into effect March 10,...
    (Reuters) - Texas Governor Greg Abbott said on Tuesday that his state's mask mandate will be lifted and all businesses will be allowed to open at full capacity, local media reported. "It is now time to open Texas 100%," Abbott said, adding that the lifting of the COVID-19-related restrictions will go into effect March 10, a local ABC affiliate in...
    Businesses in downtown Portland were damaged and vandalized by reported antifa rioters protesting President Biden’s opening of a temporary child migrant facility in Texas. "When these people come through, and we've lost an entire day of business which means that's impacting my team member's wages. This has been going on for nine months," said Jim Rice, who owns Fields Bar...
    Rioters vandalized several buildings in downtown Portland, Ore., on Saturday night in one of the largest protests in weeks, according to reports. Around 150 people marched through Portland’s Pearl District in what’s called a "direct action" event, smashing windows of businesses like Starbucks, Chipotle, Umpqua Bank and Urban Pantry and tagging them with graffiti, KION-TV in Portland reported.  One vandal wrote...
    Enlarge Image View of the Pantheon in Piazza della Rotonda, empty, with no tourists and closed shops and restaurants , on January 27, 2021. Getty Images Italy’s mafia reportedly provided stimulus for some struggling small businesses in the country and there is concern that these establishments will become beholden to these mobsters going forward. The Financial Times, citing a study by...
    The great majority of small businesses in Brooklyn reported a coronavirus-related drop in revenue from December 2019 to December 2020, according to a survey released on Wednesday by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce. As the city grapples with restarting its economy after nearly a year of shutdowns and restrictions, 80 percent of all responding businesses reported a decline in revenue during the...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Over the past few months, we’ve reported on and investigated dozens of issues with your mail. On Tuesday, we shared with you the frustrations of some people of those living an Edison Park neighborhood building who are now being told they need to pick up the mail from the Post Office. RELATED: Walgreens Partners With Uber...
    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A tornado touched down in an Alabama city north of Birmingham, with significant damage reported. officials said. The damage is being evaluated to determine the strength of the tornado, which hit the Fultondale area of Jefferson County late Monday night, the National Weather Service in Birmingham said. A tornado watch is in effect until 6...
    BOSTON (CBS) – The coronavirus curfew for businesses and the stay-at-home advisory are officially over in Massachusetts. The stay at home hours of 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. ended Monday morning and the 9:30 p.m. closing time for businesses like restaurants and gyms is now lifted. The 25-percent capacity limit remains in place until Monday, February 8. Phase 3, Step...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Officials are warning about COVID-19 outbreaks at businesses across Los Angeles County, where the virus continues to spread at alarming rates.Public health records show there are at least 538 outbreaks at open businesses across the region, the most ever reported since the start of the pandemic.One of the most heavily affected businesses is Target, with more...
    Portland’s Mayor recently recognized “Antifa” and “anarchists” are a problem in the city months after consecutive protests and rioting. At least $4 million in physical damage was done to businesses downtown during the first month of protests, according to the Portland Business Alliance. The riots cost downtown Portland another $18 million in revenue, according to the PBA....
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    A COVID-19 outbreak in Nantucket has its wealthy residents turning against each other — with some resorting to trying to "rat" out those defying public health rules.  The attempts to take matters into their own hands in the tony Massachusetts enclave came amid an "astronomical" rise in cases following Thanksgiving, the Daily Beast reported.  "I get rat phone calls where people will be like,...
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    While small businesses continue to struggle and, in many cases, permanently close across the country due to pandemic restrictions, large corporations are growing stronger, according to a Washington Post analysis of economic and earnings data. In most U.S. business sectors, big businesses and corporations have prospered despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and government restrictions, The Washington Post reported. But, small...
    One California city mayor reportedly said Tuesday his municipality can’t afford to have gyms go under during the COVID-19 pandemic and has created a fund to help them out. At an Axios virtual event sponsored by Planet Fitness, Long Beach, California, Mayor Robert Garcia said there’s now a $5 million fund to dole out grants to struggling gyms and personal...
    HOMELAND Security and thousands of businesses were revealed to have been hacked in what security officials believe to be an orchestrated attack by Russia. Emails sent by the department officials were monitored by hackers in a series of sophisticated breaches against the department, which oversees border security and hacking defense. 5The Department of Homeland Security was infiltrated by suspected Russian...
    A new poll has revealed just how devastating the pandemic has been on minority-owned businesses – with 49% reporting that they are unable to cover their December rent. 35% of all small business owners could not make their rent in December, up 3% from November, according to the latest Alignable Rent Poll. However, 49% of minority-owned businesses reported they couldn’t...
    U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio hailed the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) as a bipartisan success in coronavirus-relief aid for American workers on Thursday after the program received criticism from a high-profile Democrat. “Working together R’s & D’s helped save the jobs of 55 million Americans through PPP,” Rubio wrote on Twitter. The Republican U.S. senator from Florida was reacting to...
    The Small Business Administration released data on Tuesday that revealed that companies owned by Donald Trump and Jared Kushner profited from the program. As reported by NBC News, over 25 PPP loans worth more than $3.65 million were funneled to real estate properties owned by Trump and Kushner. However, the publication noted that the majority of the money was not...
    By SAM METZ, AP/Report for America CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada health officials reported 1,642 new coronavirus cases and eight additional deaths on Monday, warning that the statewide surge shows few signs of slowing as the deadliest month of the pandemic comes to a close. Nevada has reported 152,169 confirmed cases and 2,144 deaths since the start of the...
    A third of small businesses in New Jersey have closed down in 2020, according to a report from The Star-Ledger newspaper. “It’s really bad… And without federal dollars coming into New Jersey, the Main Street stores and other establishments are not gonna make it through the winter.” said Eileen Kean, the state director of the National Federation of Independent Business....
    A combination of higher unemployment and lower consumer spending due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact on America’s small businesses. Industries ranging from restaurants to light manufacturers have reported huge losses in revenue throughout the year and difficulty in retaining employees, The New York Times reported. Economists projected that 2% of small businesses would close forever...
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