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For many students starting or returning to school this fall, the experience may be far different from what they envisioned last year. In response to COVID-19, a number of colleges and universities are temporarily moving to virtual learning models. At the same time, there are colleges and universities planning to reopen with new social distancing […]
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By Mike Del Pozzo Snacking isn’t slowing down this summer. The week of Fourth of July is historically the biggest week of the year in the U.S. for Frito-Lay and salty snacks. Although eight in 10 Americans say summer will look very different, one in three Americans plan to snack more compared to last summer […]
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In a time of global crisis — pandemic, economic or political — fraudsters and scammers are willing and ready to prey on people. These ‘bad guys’ take advantage of vulnerabilities by offering false employment offers, bogus cures and treatments and fake promises of assistance and products. Today is no different. Scammers and fraudsters are in […]
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As businesses strive to carry on normal operations during COVID-19, many are seeking smaller, suburban work areas that let their employees find meaningful connections while avoiding crowded buildings, throngs of people and long, stressful commutes to the city. Companies are already enabling work-from-home options; a Global Workplace Analytics report shows 6% of workers worldwide hold […]
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Small businesses are the backbone of the economy. Whether in a busy city or a sleepy suburb, we depend on the many beloved local shops and services that contribute to the vibrancy of our neighborhoods. Where we shop matters, and now more than ever small businesses need our support as they recover and rebuild from […]
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Sponsored by Office Depot After weeks of having employees work remotely whenever possible, many organizations are developing plans to reopen their physical workplaces. For many business leaders, this is a challenging time as they try to determine how to reconfigure their offices after quarantine. Putting a plan in place may be the best solution. A […]
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American farm life is often portrayed with images of a happy family, healthy animals, sunshine and green fields. Working in agriculture is a source of pride for many people, but reality is not as perfect as the commercials and storybooks. In fact, depression and anxiety on the farm are pressing problems that have long simmered […]
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Not only is it peak boating season, but the impact of COVID-19 has inspired a renewed interest in boats from coast-to-coast as people start getting outside and enjoying the water while maintaining social distancing. Boat Trader — boating’s largest online marketplace — confirmed this spike in demand in all regions across the country and reported […]
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