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US productivity drops sharp 2.5% in 1Q as labor costs rise

May 7, 2020

US productivity drops sharp 2.5% in 1Q as labor costs rise

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Cyprus: 15 police face probe on serial killer investigation

May 5, 2020

Cyprus’ top lawyer has ordered a criminal probe into how police handled the country’s first serial killer investigation, which led to the conviction of an army officer for the murders of seven foreign women and girls

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Air Canada CEO sees 'darkest period' in aviation history

May 4, 2020

The chief executive of Canada’s largest airline says this is the darkest period in the history of commercial aviation as Air Canada posted a billion dollar Canadian loss and announced mandatory temperature checks for customers amid the pandemic

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Nokia profit up; sales dip with coronavirus supply issues

Apr 30, 2020

Finnish telecom equipment maker Nokia has reported improved first quarter profit but said the coronavirus pandemic dented its sales by around EUR200 million ($218 million ) mainly due to supply issues associated with disruptions in China

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US Navy will host Hawaii exercises but keep sailors at sea

Apr 30, 2020

The U.S. Navy says it will host the world’s largest maritime exercises in Hawaii again this year, but the drills will only be held at sea because of the coronavirus

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New York nixes Democratic presidential primary due to virus

Apr 27, 2020

New York has canceled its Democratic presidential primary scheduled that was scheduled for June 23 amid the coronavirus pandemic

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How major US stock indexes fared Friday

Apr 24, 2020

Stocks closed out a tumultuous week on Wall Street Friday with broad gains, led by familiar names in technology, including Apple

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AP VoteCast: Arizona primary marked by coronavirus concerns

Mar 18, 2020

Voters in Arizona cast their ballots in Tuesday’s Democratic primary during a pandemic that has stunted travel, closed schools, forced millions of workers to stay home and canceled campaign rallies

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Amazon limits shipments to warehouses for next 3 weeks

Mar 17, 2020

Amazon said Tuesday that it will only accept shipments of cleaning equipment, medical supplies and household goods from suppliers at its warehouses for next three weeks to fill surging demand of those items. The online retailer has been sold out of items like disinfecting wipes and toilet paper as the new coronavrius spreads and more people shop online at home

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Bank of Japan to expand purchases of stock, corporate bonds, other assets to help support economy, following Fed's lead

Mar 16, 2020

Bank of Japan to expand purchases of stock, corporate bonds, other assets to help support economy, following Fed's lead

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