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SEC mulls GameStop, AMC ‘gamification’ crackdown with regulatory layer
Sources tell FOX Business' Charlie Gasparino that Gensler is worried easy-to-use trading platforms encourage the buying of risky stocks. The Securities and Exchange Commission is weighing a significant crackdown on so-called meme stock investing that could impose additional regulatory burdens on low-and-no fee brokerages that have been at the ...
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Texas bakery ‘overwhelmed’ with business after backlash over Pride cookies
A Texas bakery that said it lost business and Facebook followers after it posted a photo of rainbow-frosted, heart-shaped cookies in celebration of Pride Month has amassed many new fans from around the world.On June 2, Confections, a bakery in Lufkin, Texas, shared a photo of the cookies on Facebook with a message:"More LOVE. Less hate. Happy Pride...
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General Mills restructuring organization | 2021-06-07
MINNEAPOLIS — General Mills, Inc. is restructuring its business structure to capitalize on opportunities around digital, data and technology, and e-commerce, according to the company. While the exact details of the restructuring have not been publicly announced, it may entail the elimination of staff and the sale of properties.“To be clear, this is...
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“Smallest of small” businesses targeted for Covid-19 relief
Isabella Casillas Guzman The federal Paycheck Protection Program officially ended on Monday but there still are many programs available to help small businesses, including grants for business assistance groups to support socially and economically disadvantaged entrepreneurs.  The new Community Navigator Pilo...
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Vanilla demand rises as foodservice recovers | 2021-06-07
TOWN OF MOUNT ROYAL, QUE. — Expect demand for vanilla to increase, especially for black/gourmet vanilla, as the foodservice and leisure industries recover from COVID-19 restrictions, according to a June 4 vanilla market update from Aust & Hachmann, a vanilla company based in Quebec.Madagascar produces a majority of the world’s commercially grow...
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The College of Business News
THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Virtual event included more than 500 students, founders and innovators By Micaela Imsdahl Attendees had the opportunity to gain valuable insight from and network with other founders, investors and experts in entrepreneurship through a highly interactive virtual conference platform. Photo by John ...
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The Week in Business: Jobs Are Up, Beef Is Down
Good morning and happy first week of June. Here’s what you need to know for the week ahead in business and tech news. — Charlotte CowlesWhat’s Up? (May 30-June 5)Jobs Return, GraduallyThe Labor Department’s latest jobs report showed that the United States added 559,000 jobs in May, roughly doubling the growth recorded in April and bringing the unem...
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Covid-19 Wipes Out Small Businesses in Poor Countries
Rizky Eka Valdano spent nearly a decade building a travel business from scratch. By early 2020, the Indonesian entrepreneur—who grew up amid economic hardship and paid for college by hawking fake Rolex watches—had 12 employees, a Japanese car and credit cards. Mr. Rizky’s company closed. His relationshi...
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Business News June 2021 – The Cedar Mill News
Cascadia Taphouse happenings Hammer & Stitch Tap Takeover Thursday, June 10, 6:30, Cascadia Taphouse, 13619 NW Cornell Let’s kick off summer with a party!! We’re stoked to host our first Tap Takeover with the Hammer & Stitch crew! Great beers, great people, great swag! Come on...
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