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Debt Collectors can hit you up on social media accounts

Debt Collectors can hit you up on social media accounts. Like? Dislike? Get down in the DMs? Debt collectors are able to to get it in with social media now.
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Target reveals Round 1 of its 2020 Black Friday deals

Like many other retailers, Target is going about Black Friday a little differently this year, due to the pandemic – revealing another round of pre-holiday deals every Thursday leading up to Black Friday 2020.
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Hertz to temporarily shut down car sales locations nationwide

The car rental giant told employees plans to close all 75 locations on Tuesday. This news comes after Hertz filed for bankruptcy protection in May.
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Apple announces iPhone 12

Apple announces iPhone 12 The New iPhone just got introduced to the world. Which one suits you?
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Christmas 2020: Prepare for 'contactless Santa'

What role will — or can — Santa play in 2020, with a pandemic still glowing as intensely as Rudolph the reindeer’s nose? A firm that provides Santas has some ideas.
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Sacramento County Moves to Red Tier. What does this mean for businesses?

Sacramento county moves to a less restrictive 'red tier' allowing certain businesses to offer indoor services at limited capacity.
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TiK ToK & WE CHAT DOWNLOADS WILL BE BANNED STARTING SUNDAY

Some BIG CHANGES go into effect this Sunday. The Commerce Department plans to restrict access to TikTok & WeChat Sunday 9/20/2020 this is part of the Trump administration's executive orders against the two apps. This will prevent app stores from distributing or maintaining WeChat or TikTok...
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Dave & Buster's May Need to File for Bankruptcy

As Americans continue to grapple the effects of COVID-19, businesses are also feeling the impact. Dave & Busters may have to file for bankruptcy.
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Second Stimulus Check: New Plan Comes Closer Than Ever

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Amazon Hosts Virtual Job Fair to Fill 33,000 Positions With Average Salary of $150,000

Amazon needs to fill a lot of jobs in the corporate offices. The company announced that it’s holding a hiring fair to find 33,000 people to work there, as well as tech workers.
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