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Allstate insurance company acquires National General for $4 billion
pred 42 minutami
Allstate is acquiring property liability insurer National General for about $4 billion. National General, once part of GM, has 42,300 agents.        (USA Today)
Johnny Depp assaulted Amber Heard after she laughed at tattoo, court told
pred 46 minutami
Claim put to actor on second day of his evidence in high court libel claim against SunThe first time Johnny Depp physically assaulted his former partner Amber Heard was when she laughed at a tattoo on his arm that had been altered to read “wino for ever”, the high court in London has been told.The claim, vigorously denied by Depp, who has admitted to alcohol problems, was put to him on the second day of his evidence in his libel claim against the Sun. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Facebook civil rights audit warns of Trump, voter suppression ahead of presidential election Facebook civil rights audit warns of Trump, voter suppression ahead of presidential election
pred 52 minutami
A civil rights audit of Facebook criticized the social media company's decision not to remove inflammatory and false claims by President Trump.         (USA Today)
Facebook civil rights audit warns of Trump, voter suppression ahead of presidential election Facebook civil rights audit warns of Trump, voter suppression ahead of presidential election
pred 52 minutami
A civil rights audit of Facebook criticized the social media company's decision not to remove inflammatory and false claims by President Trump.         (USA Today)
EPA approves Lysol products for use against coronavirus EPA approves Lysol products for use against coronavirus
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In March, the EPA said that Clorox and Lysol disinfectant sprays were likely effective in combatting the respiratory virus.         (USA Today)
Tati, much-loved French retailer, shuts up shop in Paris after 70 years
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Cut-price clothing chain falls victim to changing shopping habits and the Covid-19 lockdownTati, the much-loved cut-price clothing chain that has been a French retail institution for more than 70 years, is to close its original – and last – Paris store, after public transport strikes and the coronavirus crisis sent sales plunging by more than 60%.Founded by a Tunisian immigrant at the end of the second world war in the mainly west African Barbès district at the foot of Montmartre, Tati grew into more than 100 outlets around France, and its pink-and-white chequered carrier bags became a style statement for film stars and celebrities. Continue reading... (The Guardian)