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Visas on Hold: What\’s Next for International Entrepreneurs?

July 9, 2020 4 min read This story originally appeared on The Vertical For many international entrepreneurs planning to move their businesses to the U.S. or simply file for a visa extension, these are uncertain times. Consular posts are closed around the world and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) have temporarily suspended in-person green card …

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Biden expected to unveil economic plan pushing to buy American and create manufacturing jobs

Joe Biden will begin rolling out his plan on Thursday to repair the U.S. economy as he seeks to improve his standing with voters on one of the few issues where he lags President Donald Trump. Biden will frame the economic argument for the remainder of his campaign with a speech near his hometown of …

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This 30-Hour Bootcamp Can Give You a Primer in Data Analytics

Work toward becoming a data analysis expert and grow your business. Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now! July 9, 2020 2 min read Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you\’ll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get …

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Deutsche Bank eagerly took on clients dumped by JP Morgan Chase. Now it\’s facing big fines

The trio of clients that got Deutsche Bank AG in regulatory trouble this week had a shared back story: They were all castoffs of JPMorgan Chase and Co. Deutsche Bank moved millions of dollars across the globe for convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein in the past decade, and billions on behalf of international lenders Danske …

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How Small-Business Owners Can Build a Strong Corporate Culture

July 8, 2020 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. No matter the size of your business, your corporate culture matters. Having a strong culture leads to increased employee retention and a competitive edge when hiring. Statistics from the Digest of Company Culture show that a strong culture can reduce employee …

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Tech giants are aligned against Hong Kong\’s security law. Apple is a holdout

Apple has not taken a firm stand against Beijing’s new national security law in Hong Kong like other U.S. tech firms. The company has not elaborated on its decision, but there’s no doubt the iPhone maker has more to lose than its peers in taking on Beijing. On Tuesday, Facebook, Google, Twitter, Microsoft, Zoom, and …

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Grab Hold of Foscarini\’s Tobia Lamp – Design Milk

Italian designer Ferruccio Laviani is the mind behind the clever Tobia lamp created for Foscarini, a minimal and geometric light source with a standout statement “handlebar” that invites you to grab hold. Tobia’s eye-catching focal point can be used to easily move the slender, compact floor lamp version around, inviting you to be a nomad …

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Air Force pursues new \’fast-attack\’ tactics for great power war

Fighter jets, stealth bombers, attack drones and air-traveling missiles all need to “operate at speed” in a fast-changing great power conflict era. What that means is that “sensor to shooter” time (how fast data can go from a sensor to a war-fighter) needs to be drastically sped up. Without that speed, warfighters won’t be able …

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You can now sign up to participate in COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials

Our mission to help you navigate the new normal is fueled by subscribers. To enjoy unlimited access to our journalism, subscribe today. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services debuted a website Wednesday in which people can sign up to participate in clinical trials related to potential COVID-19 treatments and vaccines. The website, or …

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