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Judge Tosses Hospital Workers' Vaccine Requirement Challenge

Judge Tosses Hospital Workers' Vaccine Requirement Challenge

BUSINESS | Jun 14, 2021

A federal judge threw out a lawsuit filed by employees of a Houston hospital system over its requirement that all of its staff be vaccinated against COVID-19.

A New Digital Platform Helps LGBTQ Pioneers on the Path to Financial Stability

A New Digital Platform Helps LGBTQ Pioneers on the Path to Financial Stability

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jun 13, 2021

A new platform, created in partnership with SAGE and LifeCents and supported by the Wells Fargo Foundation, is helping LGBTQ elders reduce financial stress and rethink how to budget and strategize for the future.

Richard Branson Marks Opening of Virgin Hotel in Las Vegas

Richard Branson Marks Opening of Virgin Hotel in Las Vegas

BUSINESS | Jun 12, 2021

Billionaire businessman and investor Richard Branson marked the opening Thursday of the new Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, promoting weekend events that kicked off with a show headlined by Christina Aguilera.

Smilyn Celebrates Pride, One Color at a Time

Smilyn Celebrates Pride, One Color at a Time

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jun 11, 2021

In honor of Pride Month, here's a reminder of what the rainbow flag's colors stand for and the synergy that can be found in Smilyn's hemp CBD oil, CBD gummies, and other products.

Change to Gilead Assistance Program Threatens PrEP Access, HIV Advocates Say

Change to Gilead Assistance Program Threatens PrEP Access, HIV Advocates Say

BUSINESS | By Carmen Heredia Rodriguez | Jun 11, 2021

Gilead announced in April it will change how much it reimburses through that assistance program. For pharmacies that contract with certain safety-net clinics, the change means less reimbursement cash to pass along to the clinics.

Boeing Tested Air Purifiers Like Those Widely Used in Schools. It Decided Not to Use Them in Planes.

Boeing Tested Air Purifiers Like Those Widely Used in Schools. It Decided Not to Use Them in Planes.

BUSINESS | By Christina Jewett, Lauren Webber | Jun 9, 2021

Aerospace giant Boeing tested two kinds of ionization technologies — like those widely adopted in schools hoping to combat covid — to determine how well each killed germs on surfaces and decided that neither was effective enough to install.

Wawa to Mark 'Mare of Easttown Day' with New Cheesesteak

Wawa to Mark 'Mare of Easttown Day' with New Cheesesteak

BUSINESS | Jun 9, 2021

For all the love Wawa has gotten thanks to the HBO hit TV show "Mare of Easttown," the popular Pennsylvania convenience store chain is giving a little back.

Fastly Blames Global Internet Outage on Software Bug

Fastly Blames Global Internet Outage on Software Bug

BUSINESS | Jun 9, 2021

Fastly, the company hit by a major outage that caused many of the world's top websites to go offline briefly this week, blamed the problem on a software bug that was triggered when a customer changed a setting.

Global Glitch: Swaths of Internet Go Down after Cloud Outage

Global Glitch: Swaths of Internet Go Down after Cloud Outage

BUSINESS | Jun 8, 2021

Multiple major websites went offline briefly Tuesday after an apparent outage at the cloud service company Fastly, and there were still reports of sporadic disruptions after the company patched the problem about an hour later.

Retailers Shine a Spotlight on Black-Owned Beauty Brands

Retailers Shine a Spotlight on Black-Owned Beauty Brands

BUSINESS | By Anne D'Innocenzio | Jun 8, 2021

As corporations continue to face a racial reckoning, the beauty industry is trying to address the criticism that it centers too many of its products around whiteness by pushing more items onto store shelves that better represent diverse women.

Levi's CEO on Changing Sizes, Inflation and Voter Rights

Levi's CEO on Changing Sizes, Inflation and Voter Rights

BUSINESS | By Anne D'Innocenzio | Jun 7, 2021

Levi's CEO Chip Bergh, however, believes the 168-year-old company, which sells in more than 100 countries and operates 1,000 stores, is stronger coming out of the pandemic.

Royal Caribbean Sets 2021 Cruises in Florida, Texas, Alaska

Royal Caribbean Sets 2021 Cruises in Florida, Texas, Alaska

BUSINESS | Jun 7, 2021

Royal Caribbean International has said that eight of its ships will resume U.S. voyages in July and August with trips leaving ports in Florida, Texas and Washington state.

How to Overcome the 'Sunday Scaries' with CBD

How to Overcome the 'Sunday Scaries' with CBD

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jun 6, 2021

And one CBD company is boldly owning the agita of Monday's impending doom by using its very name. Sunday Scaries is doing so with a message of honesty, humor, and a hefty dose of community spirit.

Chick-fil-A Gives to Charity Lobbying Against Equality Act; Reneges on Promise Not to Fund Anti-LGBTQ Causes

Chick-fil-A Gives to Charity Lobbying Against Equality Act; Reneges on Promise Not to Fund Anti-LGBTQ Causes

BUSINESS | Jun 5, 2021

In 2019 Chick-fil-A promised not to fund anti-LGBTQ charities, but it is reported this week they are funding a group lobbying against the Equality Act.

Cymbiotika Founder Chervin Jafarieh and the Key to a Well-Balanced Life

Cymbiotika Founder Chervin Jafarieh and the Key to a Well-Balanced Life

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jun 5, 2021

"We're bringing back what we've lost in foods today. You are what you can absorb," says Chervin Jafarieh of the importance of designing and manufacturing Cymbiotika's groundbreaking formulations.

United Airlines Sees a Supersonic Future

United Airlines Sees a Supersonic Future

BUSINESS | By Daivd Koenig | Jun 4, 2021

United Airlines aims to bring back supersonic travel before the decade is over with a plane that is currently just an artist's drawing — even the prototype hasn't flown yet.

Airlines Urge the G7 Nations to Help International Travel

Airlines Urge the G7 Nations to Help International Travel

BUSINESS | Jun 3, 2021

The airline industry is ratcheting up its campaign to ease border restrictions and allow more international travel — even by people who aren't vaccinated against coronavirus — despite high infection rates in many countries.

How MeUndies is Revealing the True Meaning of Pride

How MeUndies is Revealing the True Meaning of Pride

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jun 2, 2021

MeUndies' pledge to empower self-expression gets an extra boost this June and beyond as the brand launches several initiatives to celebrate and embolden the LGBTQ community.

Trove CEO Talks About Helping Brands Cash in on Resale

Trove CEO Talks About Helping Brands Cash in on Resale

BUSINESS | By Anne D'Innocenzio | Jun 2, 2021

After seeing young shoppers flock to thrift stores and online sites for used clothes, a growing number of fashion companies want to take back control.

With AMC Shares Up 1,100% in 2021, Company Sells Shares

With AMC Shares Up 1,100% in 2021, Company Sells Shares

BUSINESS | By Michelle Chapman | Jun 1, 2021

The movie theater chain AMC is raising $230.5 million through an 8.5 million share sale, cashing in on the meme stock frenzy that has sent its stock price up more than 1,100% this year.

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