Andy Murray has turned down offers of up to £1.5m to play in Saudi Arabia due to human rights concerns

Andy Murray has turned down offers of up to £1.5million to play in Saudi Arabia over human rights concerns as the tennis star’s rep insists he won’t is not interested in the “tempting sums of money” offered by the Gulf State Andy Murray rejected big offers to play tennis matches …

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Telemedicine expands access to surgical care

Key points to remember Black patients may have relied on virtual visits as a critical healthcare access channel as the pandemic progressed. Older age, lower education, and language other than English were associated with decreased video use. Disparities persist in the use of video streaming during virtual visits among certain …

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Networking group provides opportunities for women in the male-dominated CRE industry

Bbefore forming the West Michigan chapter of the Commercial Real Estate Women‘s Network (CREW), its founding members realized that most of their business leads came from networking with other women. “We’ve had mostly good experiences (working in commercial real estate), but we were always left out of the conversation,” said …

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IMC acquires socially responsible marketplace Dough

After launching the highly anticipated Juniper online marketplace last week, International Market Centers yesterday announced the acquisition of Dough, an e-commerce platform supporting women-owned businesses. The purchase marks the first major step in a series of initiatives by the company designed to grow its brand community, and a new expansion …

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After Biden admin gives taxpayers green light for Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, Ernst leads colleagues in call for transparency and accountability – Press releases

WASHINGTON — After the Biden administration gave the green light to taxpayer dollars earmarked to support humanitarian aid and other expansive forms of aid to Taliban-controlled Afghanistan — like money earmarked for the country’s ‘endangered species research’ – US Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), a member of the Senate Armed Services …

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Ottawa extends CEBA loan repayment deadline by one year

The extension had been a key demand from business groups, as many small businesses in hard-hit sectors feared they would not be able to repay loans on time.CHRISTINNE MUSCHI/Reuters The federal government is giving small businesses an extra year to repay their loans from the Canada Emergency Business Account, one …

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In Mumbai alone, over 2,000 home sales were recorded in the first 12 days of January

Mumbai: Over 2,000 house registrations were registered in the first 12 days of January, according to data available from the Maharashtra Government Registration and Stamps Department, generating revenue of Rs 121.49 crore from the duty stamp. Shravan Hardikar, Inspector General of Revenue (IGR), whose office is in Pune, attributes the …

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Seattle coding boot camp is changing lives and growing thanks to $ 10 million grant from Melinda French Gates – KIRO 7 news Seattle

A growing computer coding academy in Seattle aims to transform the tech industry by training various software engineers. And in the process, it transforms the lives of students as well. Haben Foto was just one of them just a few years ago. Foto grew up in Eritrea, living in big …

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UPDATE-2 Linn Cty residents taken to hospital after home invasion

[UPDATE JANUARY 10, 4 PM] The Linn County Sheriff’s Office has identified the two injured in the Sunday night home invasion, and a description of the man who allegedly committed the crime has also been provided. The two people who were injured on Sunday night are Sandra and Joseph Henderson, …

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