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Amusement and theme parks plead to reopen

It’s been over a year since amusement and theme parks first had to close their gates in the fight against the coronavirus. Despite being allowed to open for a short

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Texas AG forgives $29M in unpaid bills as part of lawsuit against energy provider

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Wednesday forgave $29 million in unpaid bills as part of a lawsuit against Griddy Energy after an unusual snowstorm cut off power for millions

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Google to invest $7 billion in office space, create 10,000 new full-time jobs

Google plans to invest more than $7 billion into opening new offices and expanding data centers across the country and creating at least 10,000 new full-time jobs in the U.S.

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California estate that won 2020 worldwide olive oil award listed for $7.5 million

A California estate that produced an olive oil named one of the world’s best in 2020 is up for sale. Sandia Creek Estate in Fallbrook, California, is the home of

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Relaxation of restrictions increased retailers’ profits

After the government allowed for limited on-site shopping options for non-essential stores last week, business picked up again for retailers. ING saw a sharp increase in debit card transactions after

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Most pet owners say they’d pay extra to bring animals on a plane: Survey

While some major airlines have cracked down on emotional support animals, most pet owners are willing to pay top dollar for their animal companions – whether they provide emotional support

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Boeing faces new hurdle in delivering Dreamliners: WSJ

Federal air-safety regulators have stripped Boeing Co.’s authority to inspect and sign off on several newly produced 787 Dreamliners, part of heightened scrutiny of production problems that have halted deliveries

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