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News24.com | Aviation experts explain why ‘bizarre’ SAA draft rescue plan cannot fly

With airlines grounded for the majority, the flag carrier’s already tenuous position has become more dire by the day.

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Will the Military Allow President Trump to Use It for Political Advantage?

Dexter Filkins writes about Donald Trump and General Mark Milley’s photo op in front of St. John’s Church, in Washington, D.C., and discusses with retired senior military officers the Administration’s approach to the George Floyd protests and its use o…

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Scenes from the George Floyd Memorial in Brooklyn

The photographer Mark Clennon takes pictures of a memorial rally in Brooklyn honoring George Floyd, who was killed by police officers in Minneapolis.

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CityWatch: Anxiety overtakes excitement as New York City prepares to reopen on Monday

The next hurdle will be making sure the city can keep the spread of the disease under control as more activity resumes.

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Falling Jobless Rate Could Imperil Aid Underpinning the Recovery

Falling Jobless Rate Could Imperil Aid Underpinning the Recovery

A surprise jump in the number of people working may give Republican lawmakers less incentive to renew the very programs that have hastened the labor market’s rebound.

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SA’s lockdown: a great start, but then a misreading of how society works

Lockdown rules started with high legitimacy. But it has been eroded and has now dissolved.

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Making money is good. Doing good is even better

Not everyone agrees that pension funds and asset managers should be broadening their remit.

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Help your children balance their first pay cheque thrills with their bills

After years of dreaming of getting a secure salary, impulsive youngsters might be tempted to hit the shops and start spending.

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Ad industry staffing appears to stabilize

Advertising, public relations and related services cut 900 jobs in May, but that is far below the 38,500 ad jobs lost in April.

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The New York Times now says publishing Tom Cotton’s ‘Send in the Troops’ op-ed was a mistake

The move comes just hours after the paper’s editorial page editor defended publishing the piece.

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Key Words: No more social distancing for media in Rose Garden as White House decides it ‘looks better’ when reporters bunch together

Why, asked the White House Correspondents’ Association, were reporters being asked to violate established best practices, with 1,000 Americans perishing daily from COVID-19 and states including Arizona, Arkansas, Texas and Tennessee continuing to see n…

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Red tape thwarts South Africa’s green energy potential

Power experts say adding renewables would be one of the quickest and cheapest ways to end outages and reverse years of economic decline.

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A Surprisingly Positive Jobs Report Doesn’t Mean Things Are Getting Back to Normal

John Cassidy writes about the release, on Friday, of a jobs report that showed an unexpected drop in unemployment claims for May and a rise in hiring across many economic sectors.

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Reddit’s Cofounder Wants a Black Person to Take His Board Seat

Alexis Ohanian’s resignation is among the most dramatic responses in the tech industry to the killing of George Floyd.

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Even the worst-case scenario for U.S. stocks doesn’t look bad

Fast rebounds in the stock market tend to be favorable for future prices.

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Market Extra: The recovery is happening, right? Why $9 billion of student loan bonds just got downgraded

Ratings on billions worth of student loan bonds are being slashed by credit-rating firm Moody’s, which expects debt payoffs to be further derailed over the next 24 months.

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Watch the newest commercials on TV from Aspiration, Grubhub, Papa Murphy’s and more

Grubhub promotes its Perks rewards program.

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Agency Brief: Strategy exec Gary Nix urges brands to back Black Lives Matter messages up with action

Agency Brief: Strategy exec Gary Nix urges brands to back Black Lives Matter messages up with action

The past week has been tough as we confront head-on the systematic racism that plagues our country and, yes, this industry. Agencies, comprised of predominantly white staff, are under scrutiny to drive meaningful change through detailed plans of a…

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NewsWatch: How the U.S. dollar’s ‘almost silent slide’ is juicing the stock-market rally

Investors might not have noticed amid all the excitement, but a stealthy slide by the U.S. dollar should get some of the credit for the stock market’s stunning rally.

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Apple stock fully recovers from coronavirus decline, returns to record highs

Apple Inc. shares closed at a record high Friday in a sign of optimism for the smartphone industry’s ability to withstand the COVID-19 crisis.

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