A pulmonologist on what she is learning about the “long-haul routes” of the coronavirus: shortness of breath, fatigue and depression but also “improvement over time”

This interview is the third in a series of conversations MarketWatch is having with some of the key voices in the United States on the COVID-19 pandemic. In April, Dr. Dixie Harris and about 100 nurses and doctors from the Intermountain Healthcare hospital system in Utah traveled to New York …

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Tips for making sandwiches

TIP OF THE WEEK Whether you call them grinders, hoagies, heroes, Po’boys, torpedoes or “sammies,” Americans love their sandwiches. Almost 50% of all Americans over the age of 20 eat one sandwich per day. While sandwiches are varied with an almost endless combination of ingredients that can be pursued, it …

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He called Gary Neville a “bootlicker” and held up a “RIP Fergie” sign … The strange legacy of an orchestrated transfer to annoy Manchester United

Of all the scandalous moments in Carlos Tevez’s stay in Manchester, perhaps the most surreal happened before this derby in April 2012. Having done his first two departures since September after a long exile triggered by a dramatic dispute with Manchester City director Roberto Mancini, a player who had never …

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5 reasons to avoid another big COVID-19 package

Congress is rushing to pass a $ 1.9 trillion legislative package, with the COVID-19 pandemic and associated economic downturn as supposed justifications. However, the reasoning behind pushing such a massive amount of spending is seriously flawed. Reason # 1: Health and economic trends are positive. The efforts of the medical …

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Tillis touts Charlotte business loan scheme, jumps RNC

Less than three miles from the Republican National Convention where President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence appeared on Monday, US Senator Thom Tillis, RN.C., was hosting his own event. Tillis spoke with employees of Engineering Sales Associates in South Charlotte about the importance of the $ 659 billion …

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“No free pass” after posting of SBA FAQ

Seeking advice on a questionable PPP “good faith certification” loan Getty Just hours after the Small Business Administration released its May 13, 2020 review of frequently asked questions (FAQ) On the Paycheck Protection Program, experts began to weigh in on Question 46: “How will the SBA review the good faith …

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BBF Secures $ 52 Million Investment Loan | 2019-01-23

BLACKBURN, ENGLAND – To support its future growth initiatives, BBF has secured a $ 52million (£ 40million) loan from Wells Fargo Capital Finance. The three-year funding facility will provide the UK-based dessert maker with working capital as well as funds to invest in its operations. “The facility provided by Wells …

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Fulham loaned Josh Maja to Bordeaux

What does Fulham hope Maja will bring to Craven Cottage? Scott Parker had made no secret of his desire to bring in offensive reinforcements this window. With Aleksandar Mitrovic the only recognized number 9 on the team, and with the team battling for goals that could turn draws into wins, …

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How to use Instagram to grow your business

Getty If you have a phone, you can start a business. Although it is only 30 years since the Internet first became commercially available to consumers, it is safe to say that the way business is conducted has completely changed, in many cases … for the better. In 2019, a …

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Customers Bank adopts an “appointment only” service for branch lobbies; Other services remain available

READING WEST, PA – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The Customers Bank continues to closely monitor developments related to the new coronavirus. Currently, the bank prioritizes the health and well-being of our customers, team members and the general public by instituting an appointment-only service in all branches and offices. Drive-through teller machines, …

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Army makes it easier to get interest-free loans

As of Wednesday, almost any soldier with more than a year of service can apply for financial assistance directly through the military’s emergency relief program without notifying their chain of command. AER officials said on Thursday they hope the move will make their grant and interest-free loan offers more attractive …

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What to do before applying for a personal loan

In the wake of the pandemic, many are turning to personal loans for help. (iStock) The economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic suffered a severe blow in December, as the United States 140,000 jobs lost this month. And although the the unemployment rate fell to 6.3% in January, the Bureau …

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Apple ends credit card partnership with Barclays

The Apple Card marked the beginning of the end of this partnership. Apple’s partnership with Barclays for credit cards had been overdue since the time Apple partnered with Goldman Sachs and launched the Apple Card last year. On September 15, 2020, Apple made it official. It ended the partnership the …

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Mesa Air Group closes $ 200 million secured loan

PHOENIX, Nov. 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Mesa Air Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: MESA) today announced that it has entered into a five-year loan and guarantee agreement on October 30, 2020 with the US Department of the Treasury which provides to Mesa Airlines a secured term loan facility to borrow up …

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Federal student loan repayments set to start again soon

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) – Mandatory payments on federal student loans are expected to restart after Jan.31, after the federal government suspended those payments in March due to the pandemic. It is possible that the Biden administration will suspend payments for even longer, but borrowers should plan to restart their …

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what experts say to consider

If you have student loans, you may be making offers to refinance that debt. But experts say many don’t see much benefit from refinancing right now, especially in light of the changes underway with federal student loans. The Mint budgeting app sent an ad campaign on behalf of an advertising …

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New loan fund for small businesses

Randall Waszynski The New York Forward Loan Fund is an economic recovery program that supports NYS businesses, nonprofits, and small homeowners as they reopen after COVID-19. Each of the three is directed to www.nyloanfunds.com to apply. Small businesses, nonprofits, and qualifying homeowners must have suffered direct economic hardship due to …

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Vanderbilt Experts Available to Comment on Back-to-School Trends | Vanderbilt News

As schools across the country prepare for the new academic year during the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education and Human Development are available to comment on trends in primary and higher education. Contact: Vanderbilt Communications Division, [email protected] Learning during the COVID-19 pandemic Depression and anxiety …

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Will Massachusetts business owners with COVID grants face bigger tax bills? Baker administration backs legislative ‘fix’

As the federal government granted canceled loans under the tax-free paycheck protection program, small business owners in Massachusetts could still face a bigger tax bill due to a loan. PPP canceled or subsidy to state enterprises. The state grants companies tax-free PPP loans because the state corporation tax code conforms …

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