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Google Business NewsJan 23, 2022
Bitcoin price falls below $37,000 in tandem with tech selloff - Fox Business
Bitcoin price falls below $37,000 in tandem with tech selloff  Fox BusinessBitcoin value tumbles almost 50% since record November  CNNBitcoin's crushing week tests crypto optimism amid tightening regulations  South China Morning PostBitcoin, Ethereum, crypto prices fall amid market selloff, Fed digital currency report  The Washington PostBitcoin falls again, last down 4%  ReutersView Full Coverage on Google News

Forbes HeadlinesJan 23, 2022
Many Disabled People Have Been In Lockdown For Two Years: Five Ways To Help At Work
As phrases such as "Pandemic Fatigue" start bandying around and even the antipodean governments of Australia and New Zealand abandon the zero covid approach, many businesses are "learning to live with covid."

MarketWatchJan 22, 2022
Market Extra: The Nasdaq Composite is down 11% so far in 2022 and poised for worst start to a year since the 2008 financial crisis
To say it has been a rough start for the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index may be the understatement of the young year.

Google Business NewsJan 22, 2022
Bengals upend top-seeded Titans to reach first AFC title game since 1988 - The Guardian
Bengals upend top-seeded Titans to reach first AFC title game since 1988  The GuardianExpectations for Derrick Henry's return vs. the Bengals in the playoffs | NFL Countdown  ESPNOpinion: Tennessee Titans' playoff loss to Cincinnati Bengals will sting for a long, long time  USA TODAYPaul Daugherty: These Cincinnati Bengals keep your heart racing, but they're still playing  The Cincinnati Enquirer

MarketWatchJan 22, 2022
TaxWatch: ‘I'm trying not to work people into a downward spiral': Why some parents should brace themselves for a lower tax refund in 2022
'There's going to be plenty of people I talk to who are going to be very upset,' one tax preparer said.

MarketWatch MarketPulseJan 20, 2022
PPG stock falls 3% as paint maker to raise prices to ease inflation pressure
Shares of PPG Industries Inc. fell nearly 3% in the extended session Thursday after the paint and coatings maker reported fourth-quarter profit and sales above Wall Street expectations but said pandemic-related "disruptions" continue to impact production and sales, and it will increase prices to mitigate soaring costs. PPG said it earned $267 million, or $1.12 a share, in the quarter, compared with $272 million, or $1.14 a share, in the year-ago period. Adjusted for one-time items, PPG earned $1.26 a share. Sales rose 12% to $4.2 billion. Analysts polled by FactSet expected adjusted EPS of $1.18 on sales of $4 billion. "Looking ahead, while demand for PPG products remains strong, the heightened supply and COVID-related disruptions experienced in the fourth quarter are expected to continue in the first quarter of the year impacting our ability to manufacture and deliver product," the company said in a statement. "We expect raw-material costs to remain at an elevated level and we are experiencing additional inflation in other cost areas, including logistics and labor." PPG said it will raise prices in all business lines "to mitigate the incremental inflation, and we continue to aggressively manage all aspects of our cost structure, including actions to minimize the cost impacts of the current supply challenges." Shares of PPG ended the regular trading day down 1.2%.

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MarketWatch MarketPulseJan 20, 2022
1Password draws $6.8 billion valuation in venture round
Toronto-based 1Password has raised a $620 million Series C round of financing, marking the largest by a Canadian company. The financing puts the password management specialist's value at $6.8 billion. Iconiq Growth led the round, with investments from Tiger Global, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Backbone Angels, Salesforce Ventures and Accel, the company said Wednesday. Individuals that took part in the investment round included Jeff Weiner, executive chairman at LinkedIn; former Disney CEO Robert Iger; General Motors CEO Mary Barra; as well as celebrities Ryan Reynolds, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr., Matthew McConaughey, Chris Evans, Rita Wilson, Ashton Kutcher, Trevor Noah, Justin Timberlake and Pharrell Williams.

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