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Ex-pop TV boss Brad Schwartz leaves Audible Exec Post after just a few weeks – deadline

Brad Schwartz resigned as chief content officer of Amazon’s digital audio platform Audible after less than a month after a two-year-old sexual harassment and gender prejudice lawsuit reappeared. The move of the staff has been confirmed by sources familiar with the situation after Bloomberg first reported the news. Schwartz was not named as a defendant in the suit, which was …

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Sonoma County bars, restaurants and museums to be closed on Monday

The California Department of Health ordered Sunday that no-food bars in Sonoma County would be closed and indoor dining service and museums and entertainment centers should be discontinued. The highly anticipated health ordinance comes into effect on Monday at 12:01 a.m., adding Sonoma County to a list of at least 29 other California counties that are facing restrictions due to …

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Springfield-Greene Co.’s health department announces possible exposures from six new cases

SPRINGFIELD, MO (KY3) – The Springfield-Greene County Health Department has informed the public about possible community exposures from six new COVID-19 cases. Health authorities announced the following schedule for possible exposures from the new cases: Friday, July 3: McAlister’s Deli visit 2445 N Kansas Expy Ste A from 2:00 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. (contagious, but not symptomatic, not masked) Friday, …

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Hedge Fund wins auction for bankrupt McClatchy newspaper chain

Chatham Asset Management, a New Jersey-based hedge fund, was the successful bidder for a judicial auction on the bankrupt McClatchy newspaper chain. McClatchy, which owns major local newspapers, including the Miami Herald the Charlotte Observer, said in a statement on Sunday that Chatham Asset had won the auction to buy the company. “We are delighted that Chatham and the supporting, …

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3 Additional restaurants in Ocean City, Maryland, close temporarily after employees test positive for COVID-19 – CBS Baltimore

OCEAN CITY, Md. (WJZ) – Three other restaurants in Ocean City, Maryland have temporarily closed after employees tested positive for the corona virus. In a Facebook post on Saturday evening, officials from Dry Dock 28 and Buxy’s Salty Dog Saloon announced that they would close until 11:00 p.m. on Wednesday after an employee tested positive for the corona virus. Shortly …

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Police: Amazon employee drives vehicle in Colorado

According to the police, the employee twice drove his vehicle to the fulfillment center after a disagreement with management. THORNTON, Colorado. – An angry employee of the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Thornton drove his vehicle into the building twice on Saturday evening and caused thousands of dollars of damage, according to the Thornton Police Department (TPD). The incident occurred at …

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