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Bipartisan Senate bill would punish retailers for refusing cash payments

Ranking member Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., arrives for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Thursday, June 20, 2019. Bill Clark | CQ Roll Call | Getty Images Sens. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., and Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., have introduced a bill prohibiting retailers from declining cash payments from customers, as businesses promote “contactless” digital payment as they …

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‘Lockdown would have cascading effect on apparel industry’

Traders’ body the Apparel and Handloom Exporters’ Association representing around 400 micro, small and medium enterprises in the state on Sunday said the ongoing lockdown has caused a cascading effect on the deliveries of goods committed till September. According to a PTI report: The Association’s honorary secretary Nishanth Jain said the workforce was largely affected …

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Replacing Teachers With Artificial Intelligence Would Save Our School Districts

Can we make larger classrooms with fewer teachers – and add artificial intelligent robots to help students to save money. Before you tell me to take a ‘flying leap’ and curse me for being ignorant of the need of human bonding in teaching – or call the teacher’s union in Chicago or Los Angeles on …

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I would have had to fire employees if Trump imposed tariffs

Basic Fun CEO Jay Foreman told CNBC on Friday that the company would have had to lay off employees in the new year if an initial trade deal with China didn’t work out. “It would have cost jobs, profit and cost a real, real upset of our business and many businesses in the toy industry,” …

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Destination Maternity approves stalking horse bid; would close all remaining stores 

Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe A brand acquisition and licensing firm has made an offer to buy the brand name, online business and other intellectual assets of Destination Maternity for approximately $50 million.  The bankrupt retailer announced it has made a motion to approve the selection of Marquee Brands  as …

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