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Washington Post BusinessOct 31, 2020
As pandemic raged and thousands died, government regulators cleared most nursing homes of infection-control violations
All told, nursing homes that received a clean bill of health earlier this year saw about 290,000 coronavirus cases and 43,000 deaths among residents and staff, state and federal data shows.

Forbes HeadlinesOct 31, 2020
How TikTok Won A Surprise Legal Victory To Stay Alive—And Recruited A 21-Year-Old College Student To Help
To combat President Trump, TikTok pursued a two-front legal strategy: It would fight the federal government itself—and press its own users to do the same.

Google Business NewsOct 31, 2020
'A Huge Attack': Critics Decry Trump Order That Makes Firing Federal Workers Easier - NPR
'A Huge Attack': Critics Decry Trump Order That Makes Firing Federal Workers Easier  NPRPresident Trump to visit Kenosha on Monday - WISC-TV3President Trump To Hold Late-Night M.A.G.A. Victory Rally In Miami  CBS MiamiPresident Trump to campaign in Kenosha Monday  fox6now.comAt Iowa Drive-In Rally, Biden Says Trump 'Has Given Up' On Coronavirus Fight | NBC News NOW  NBC NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

Google Business NewsOct 31, 2020
Federal wildland firefighters say they're burned out after years of low pay, little job stability - NBC News
Federal wildland firefighters say they're burned out after years of low pay, little job stability  NBC News

Washington Post BusinessOct 31, 2020
Federal Reserve widens terms of Main Street lending program amid a murky timeline on stimulus
Months of fraught negotiations on Capitol Hill have fixed attention on the Fed and what more it can do to expand the reach of its emergency lending programs.
Inc.comOct 30, 2020
The Fed's Main Street Lending Program Changes Its Terms, Again
The central bank makes its lending process more palatable for smaller firms. The question is, will they bite?

Yahoo BusinessOct 30, 2020
Qualcomm: With FTC Case Out of the Way, 5G Opportunity Remains Intact
Shares of Qualcomm (QCOM) might have dropped along with the broader market in this week's bloodbath, but the decline was counterbalanced by some good news.The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit sided with Qualcomm when denying the FTC's (Federal Trade Commission) request for an en banc hearing.The FTC filed its petition on Sep 25 following the Ninth Circuit Appellate Court's ruling to reverse a lower-court decision against Qualcomm.Qualcomm had originally lost an antitrust case against the FTC after it accused the chipmaker of anticompetitive patent licensing in an attempt to tighten its grip on the smartphone modem chip market. But in August, a three-judge panel overturned the ruling, saying the FTC hadn't established QCOM's behavior skewed the market in its favor. Should Qualcomm have lost it would have needed to renegotiate its patent licenses, which would have cut into its licensing revenue.For Deutsche bank analyst Ross Seymore, the decision removes the final overhang from a case which began all the way back in January 2017. The decision, says Seymore, allows investors to "remain focused on the company's strong positioning within 5G and the sell through of 5G devices."Seymore further added, "We note that QCOM has already signed and implemented new multi-year license agreements with every major handset OEM including Apple, Samsung, and Huawei (100 agreements covering 5G), with [the] decision likely bolstering Qualcomm in its current and future license negotiations. For QCOM's QCT busines
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