Activists demand revamp of anti-redlining law

Over 100 California Community Organizations and Leaders Call for Banking Regulators to Stop Planned Revamp of Anti-Redlining Law during COVID19 Crisis Know more about Russia than your friends: Get our free ebook on how the Soviet Union became Putin’s Russia. Q1 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Worker, Housing, and Small Business advocates call […]

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Trump blames states for not having enough ventilators, but California is stepping in to help, even as it prepares for a surge in cases

California will lend 500 ventilators to the US federal stockpile, to be used by states like New York, which are struggling with rising coronavirus caseloads. Oregon and Washington have also committed to sending ventilators to states in need. California is lending the ventilators even as it prepares for an expected surge in coronavirus cases as […]

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Australia’s High Court overturns sexual abuse convictions for George Pell, a former advisor to Pope Francis and Australia’s most senior Catholic cleric

Australia’s High Court has overturned Cardinal George Pell’s historic conviction for sexual abuse. The 78-year-old previously served as archbishop of Melbourne and was also one of Pope Francis’ closest advisors. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Australia’s High Court has overturned Cardinal George Pell’s conviction for sexual abuse, allowing him to walk free in […]

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Airbnb could run out of cash in one year, even with the $1 billion it just raised, because of how devastating the coronavirus is on its business

The $1 billion in cash Airbnb announced Monday that it has raised likely won’t last the company very long. Even before the coronavirus epidemic hit, the travel startup was losing money; thanks to the crisis, its losses and cash burn have likely exploded. In a worst-case scenario, it might not have enough cash to last […]

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