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NBA bracing for hundreds of millions in losses, could push back schedule a month

The Warriors will host a game against the Nets without fans in the arena. The entire NCAA tournament will be played without fans in attendance. We’re clearly just getting started

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Poor Sleep in Infancy Linked to Behavioural Issues

Researchers have found that disrupted and poor quality sleep in the earliest months of a child’s life can be an indicator of depression, anxiety and behavioural problems among toddlers. The

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Nestle mandates JPMorgan to handle Yinlu sale

Food giant Nestle (NESN.S) has mandated JPMorgan Chase & Co. to handle the sale of its struggling Chinese peanut milk business Yinlu that could be valued at about $1 billion,

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Google asks its North American employees to work from home due to coronavirus concerns

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is wreaking havoc on the tech industry. As an increasing number of worldwide workers are staying home and otherwise avoiding unnecessary travel, markets have been disrupted,

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U.S. probe into Mexican drug cartel yields 750 arrests

The Justice Department on Wednesday announced more than 750 arrests after a six-month investigation targeting Mexico’s violent Jalisco New Generation Cartel, known as CJNG. The Drug Enforcement Administration-led operation, called

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Rudy Gobert touches every reporter’s recorder, out for Jazz-Thunder game (illness)

Amid coronavirus concerns, the NBA has implemented procedures that isolate players from the media. The goal is reportedly keeping players 6-8 feet from the media. So, group interviews have generally

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Janhvi Kapoor Goes Hardcore in the Gym with Weighted Exercises

Bollywood newbie Janhvi Kapoor is touted as an emerging talent among the younger generation and considered to have quite a pleasing face and frame. To build and maintain a fabulous

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Silver lining for some: virus shutdown boosts China non-life insurers

Chinese non-life insurers are discovering a silver lining to the cloud spreading over China’s economic performance from the coronavirus outbreak – a sharp drop in car accident claims. Beijing’s efforts

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Law enforcement in India used facial recognition to ID 1,100 rioters in New Delhi

The use of facial recognition by law enforcement is not just a hot-button issue within the United States. Privacy advocates around the world see it as a problem that violates

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Asian woman attacked in New York City in possible coronavirus bias crime

An Asian woman was punched in the face in New York City on Tuesday in what is being investigated as a possible bias incident, with the governor of New York

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