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1340 more coronavirus cases, 3 deaths reported Saturday in Utah – KSL.com

The Utah Department of Health said Saturday there are 1,340 new test-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, and that three more Utahns have died of the disea…

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SALT LAKE CITY The Utah Department of Health said Saturday there are 1,340 new test-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, and that three more Utahns have died of the disease since Friday’s reported figures.
The update brings Utah to 93,297 total confirmed coronavirus cases and 540 deaths since the pandemic began.
In an email, the health department said the three deceased Utahns were:

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Surprise Crude Build Sends WTI Prices Down – OilPrice.com

Oil prices reversed course on Tuesday after the API reported a small build in crude stocks, but a large draw in distillate inventories

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By Julianne Geiger – Oct 20, 2020, 4:00 PM CDTThe American Petroleum Institute (API) on Tuesday reported a build in crude oil inventories of 584,000 barrels for the week ending October 16.
Analysts had predicted an inventory draw of 240,000 barrels.
In the previous week, the API reported a build in draw oil inventories of 5.421-million barrels, after analysts had predicted a draw of 2.835-million barrels.
Oil prices were trading up…

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U.S. Department of Justice files antitrust suit against Google – Cramer and others on what it means for Alphabet – CNBC

The U.S. Department of Justice filed an antitrust suit against search giant Google.
Five experts break down what the suit means for parent company Alphabet, wh…

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The U.S. Department of Justice filed an antitrust suit against search giant Google on Tuesday.
Five experts break down what the suit means for parent company Alphabet, whether it has any merit and how Google will defend itself.
Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s “Mad Money,” poked holes in the logistics of a breakup.
“One, it’s baked in. Two, it’s not the first rodeo. They’ve been able to defend this over and over and over again. There’s a huge number of documents that are in favor of Google. If they…

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Former WeWork CEO Adam Neumann reportedly loses out on $185M consulting deal – Fox Business

As part of Neumann’s controversial exit package, the Japanese tech conglomerate said it would pay $1 billion for his shares in the company, extend him a $500 mi…

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Former WeWork CEO Adam Neumann was reportedly handed only a portion of a $185 million consulting fee that was part of his exit package from the communal working firm after an executive said he violated an agreement with SoftBank.
SoftBank executive Marcelo Claure, who took over as WeWork’s executive chairman in 2019 in a bid to save the struggling company, said he didn’t believe the multimillion-dollar “consulting agreement is still in force,” according to the Wall Street Journal.
WEWORK CEO A…

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