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Watch: Bronx Married Couple Told to Leave Restaurant by Anti-LGBTQ Worker

Watch: Bronx Married Couple Told to Leave Restaurant by Anti-LGBTQ Worker

BUSINESS | By Kilian Melloy | Jan 19, 2021

A married couple say they were told to leave a local eatery because a worker didn't like the fact that they were gay. The men vowed not to return as customers, but they did have a rally just outside a couple of days later.

Concerns Grow Over Eurostar Rail Service Linking UK, EU

Concerns Grow Over Eurostar Rail Service Linking UK, EU

BUSINESS | Jan 19, 2021

The head of France's state rail company has sounded the alarm over the future of the Eurostar train service, which connects the U.K. with continental Europe and has been hurt badly by the halt to travel during the pandemic as well as Brexit.

JPMorgan Chase Donates $5 Million to LGBTQ Organizations Amid Pandemic

JPMorgan Chase Donates $5 Million to LGBTQ Organizations Amid Pandemic

BUSINESS | By Kevin Schattenkirk | Jan 19, 2021

JPMorgan Chase is donating $5 million to LGBTQ organizations that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Discovering the Brilliance Behind Harmony CBD's Skincare Products

Discovering the Brilliance Behind Harmony CBD's Skincare Products

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jan 18, 2021

Harmony CBD has harnessed hemp's power to create a line of skincare products that will have us looking better than ever in 2021.

Chick-fil-A in Castro Valley? Let the Battle Begin

Chick-fil-A in Castro Valley? Let the Battle Begin

BUSINESS | Jan 15, 2021

Chick-fil-A hit a roadblock this week in an effort to open a new location in Castro Valley. But was it traffic concerns or the company's stance on LGBTQ issues that ruffled the Castro Valley Municipal Advisory Council's feathers?

Watch: Doritos Ad Tells True Story of Father, Gay Son, and Acceptance

Watch: Doritos Ad Tells True Story of Father, Gay Son, and Acceptance

BUSINESS | By Kilian Melloy | Jan 15, 2021

A three-hankie ad from Doritos tells the true story of a single dad who gets advice online about how to talk to his gay son after realizing that the college friend the son has invited home is more than just a buddy.

Employers Offer Incentives to Get Workers Vaccinated

Employers Offer Incentives to Get Workers Vaccinated

BUSINESS | By Alexandra Olson, Dee-Ann Durbin | Jan 15, 2021

As vaccinations continue across the U.S., some companies are offering financial incentives to encourage their workers to get the shots.

2021 Stock Market Outlook: Covid Vaccine, Political Gridlock, Possible Recovery

2021 Stock Market Outlook: Covid Vaccine, Political Gridlock, Possible Recovery

BUSINESS | By Anna-Louise Jackson and Benjamin Curry | Jan 14, 2021

The year that brought so many surprises is shaping up to be a surprisingly good one for investors, and that's a timely reminder for 2021.

Delta Posts $12B Loss in 2020, Cautious Q1 Outlook

Delta Posts $12B Loss in 2020, Cautious Q1 Outlook

BUSINESS | By David Koenig | Jan 14, 2021

Delta Air Lines closed the books on a disastrous 2020 with a comparatively small fourth-quarter loss, and executives expect a few more rocky months.

Who Is That Masked Ginger on Those Tongue-in-Cheek Security Ads?

Who Is That Masked Ginger on Those Tongue-in-Cheek Security Ads?

BUSINESS | Jan 13, 2021

He's become a meme for wearing a mask on the wrong part of his head during the pandemic, and for that ginger mustache that curls in a way that makes every hipster's envious. But who is the guy in those snarky SimpiSafe commercials?

PGA Championship Leaving Trump National in '22 Tournament

PGA Championship Leaving Trump National in '22 Tournament

BUSINESS | By Doug Ferguson | Jan 11, 2021

The PGA of America cut ties to President Donald Trump when it voted Sunday to take the PGA Championship event away from his New Jersey golf course next year.

New Law Cracks Down on Shell Companies to Combat Corruption

New Law Cracks Down on Shell Companies to Combat Corruption

BUSINESS | By Joshua Goodman | Jan 11, 2021

Thanks to a watershed overhaul of U.S. money laundering laws, locating the proceeds from foreign bribery, drug trafficking and financing for terrorists could be as easy as a few keystrokes.

Businesses Rethink Political Donations after Capitol Siege

Businesses Rethink Political Donations after Capitol Siege

BUSINESS | By Barbara Ortutay | Jan 11, 2021

Businesses are rethinking political contributions in the wake of the deadly Capitol siege by President Donald Trump's supporters on Wednesday.

Grindr 2020 Stats — Where are the Tops? Where are the Bottoms?

Grindr 2020 Stats — Where are the Tops? Where are the Bottoms?

BUSINESS | Jan 9, 2021

Grindr released its first results of its Grindr Unwrapped feature that reveals what countries have the most tops and which have the most bottoms.

Shopify Removes Multiple Trump Campaign Merchandise Sites

Shopify Removes Multiple Trump Campaign Merchandise Sites

BUSINESS | By Brendan Walker | Jan 8, 2021

According to information obtained by The New York Times, ecommerce company Shopify has removed 2 online retailers with ties to the Trump Organization and campaign.

Top Candy: Brit Retail Giant Launches Vegan Easter Egg in the Shape of an Eggplant

Top Candy: Brit Retail Giant Launches Vegan Easter Egg in the Shape of an Eggplant

BUSINESS | Jan 8, 2021

You have to wonder if British retail giant Mark and Spenser (M&S) were aware of its social media implications when they created a new chocolate Easter egg in the form of an eggplant.

US Loses 140,000 Jobs, First Monthly Drop Since Spring

US Loses 140,000 Jobs, First Monthly Drop Since Spring

BUSINESS | By Christopher Rugaber | Jan 8, 2021

U.S. employers shed jobs last month for the first time since April, cutting 140,000 positions, clear evidence that the economy is faltering as the viral pandemic tightens its grip on consumers and businesses.

More Coronavirus Relief on the Way for Small Businesses

More Coronavirus Relief on the Way for Small Businesses

BUSINESS | By Joyce M. Rosenberg | Jan 8, 2021

Millions of business owners are about to get help. The Small Business Administration and the Treasury Department are preparing to revive the PPP five months after its first two rounds of funding ended.

Retail's Online Future Grows Brighter after Pandemic Bump

Retail's Online Future Grows Brighter after Pandemic Bump

BUSINESS | By Damian J. Troise | Jan 8, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the change in how people shop in a world growing more comfortable and savvier with technology.

Bitcoin Crosses $40K Mark, Doubling in Less Than a Month

Bitcoin Crosses $40K Mark, Doubling in Less Than a Month

BUSINESS | By Ken Sweet | Jan 8, 2021

First it went through $20,000. Then 10 days later, it broke through $25,000, and then, with barely taking a breath, it crossed $30,000. Now only a few days into 2021, the price of bitcoin has crossed $40,000.

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