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California Set for Further Reclosure as L.A. Weighs Another Lockdown

The state is about to pass New York as having the most coronavirus cases in the U.S.

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Louis Vuitton Opens Another Mens Store in Las Vegas

The coronavirus pandemic has upended the tourist economy of Vegas.

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New Fit Tech Co. Nabs Quick $1M Round, Backed by Natalia Vodianova

“Today,” Vodianova said, “is the most exciting time to invest in start-ups in the fashion and beauty space.”

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Walmart shoppers in Florida at the end of June.


Months Into Pandemic, Walmart Will Require Masks In-store

The National Retail Federation is now urging all retailers in the country to follow suit.

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Create & Cultivate pop up postmates Culver City


A Pop-up Shop You Can’t Enter From Create & Cultivate, Postmates

The latest in shopping innovation, via the coronavirus, will have pickup and delivery of products from businesses owned by women of color.

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California Governor Gavin Newsom In June 2020


California Mandates Widespread Reclosure of Indoor Malls, Hair Salons

Business taking place indoors in most of the state is again being prohibited as the coronavirus is spreading rapidly.

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People walk through Lincoln Road section of Miami on July 12, as Florida has seen days of record breaking numbers of new coronavirus cases.


Decline in U.S. Retail This Year Set to Far Outstrip Great Recession

Even big growth in online shopping won’t stop retail seeing sales fall by more than in 2009.

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TikTok Ban: Possible US Ban


Gen Z Does Not Like the Idea of a TikTok Ban

Only a small portion of U.S. adults support the growing social media app being made unavailable in the U.S.

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A Facebook building in 2018


Facebook’s Civil Rights Auditor Calls Recent Decisions ‘Painful’

Despite some progress over the last two years, Facebook’s actions on hate speech “have led to serious setbacks for Civil Rights.”

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Mark ZuckerbergVivaTech fair in Paris, France - 24 May 2018Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives on stage during the VivaTech fair in Paris, France, 24 May 2018. The annual commercial convention runs from the 24 to 26 May.


Facebook Releasing New Civil Rights Audit After Ad Boycott Meeting

But Color of Change, the NAACP and others say virtually nothing came of a meeting with Mark Zuckerberg over Facebook’s lax policy on hate speech.

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Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen, CFDA Awards 2019


All the Fashion Companies That Got PPP Loans

Yeezy to The Row, Moda Operandi to Anine Bing, all are among over 80 fashion companies that managed to get federal aid amid the coronavirus.

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Verishop Explorer shoppable social media content


Verishop Debuts Its Take on Shoppable Social Content

The online shop has some unique user features and is offering brands a platform to sell outside the politicized social media flow.

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United States Secretary of the Treasury Steven T. Mnuchin, who led the PPP program and its disbursement.


Which Media Companies Received a Federal Coronavirus Loan?

W Magazine owner Future Media, V Magazine, The Coveteur and Man Repeller are among the companies that received loans, according to a government list published Monday.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks at the Facebook Communities Summit, in Chicago, in advance of an announcement of a new Facebook initiative designed to spur people to form more meaningful communities with Facebook's groups featureFacebook Mark Zuckerberg, Chicago, USA - 21 Jun 2017


Facebook Tells Advertisers There’s No Perfect ‘Fix’ for Hate Speech

In a call with advertisers, executives said Facebook has done pretty much all it’s willing to on hate speech, the center of a new boycott.

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California Governor Gavin Newsom In June 2020

Government and Trade

California Gov. Enacts Further Reclosure of Some Businesses

Most counties are being ordered to immediately reclose indoor spaces, like restaurants and movie theaters, as the coronavirus spread grows.

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