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Report: AT&T renews efforts to sell DIRECTV

For those with an extra few billion dollars in their pockets and a longing to own a large satellite operator, DIRECTV seems to be back on the market. Referring to people familiar with the matter, The Wall Street Journal on Friday announced that the owner AT&T (NYSE: T) apparently trying to sell the business again. According to the sources of …

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An owner of the Trump Hotel in Vancouver has filed for bankruptcy

VANCOUVER, Canada (AP) – The company that owns the Trump International Hotel in Vancouver has filed for bankruptcy. According to the Office of the Supervisor of Canada, TA Hotel Management Limited filed for bankruptcy on Thursday. Records show that the company has liabilities of $ 4.7 million ($ 3.59 million) and assets of $ 1.1 million ($ 840,000). The first …

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The FDA is expanding the use of remdezivir as a treatment for COVID-19

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced late Friday night that it allows remdezivir to be used for all patients hospitalized with coronavirus. The agency said in a press release that it would extend the authorization for emergency use of the drug so that it could be used to “treat all hospitalized adult and pediatric patients with suspected or laboratory-confirmed …

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The Kenosha security militia event was reported on Facebook 455 times. The moderators said it was good.

During a general meeting on Thursday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said a police page advocating for followers to carry weapons at the upcoming protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, remained on the platform due to an “operational error.” The site and the related event drew widespread criticism of the company after a 17-year-old suspect allegedly shot and killed two protesters on Tuesday …

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