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Florida Woman Confused to Find $1 Billion in Her Bank Account That Wasn’t Really There

Florida woman Julia Yonkowski has made headlines after she was confused to find that her bank account listed almost $1 billion in funds that weren’t actually there. Per WFLA, Yonkowski went to the Chase Bank near her home in Largo on Saturday, and when she got a bank receipt to show her balance it listed $999,985,855.94 in her account. "Oh my God, I was horrified. I know most people would think they won the lottery but I was horrified," she explained, adding that she went to the ATM at the bank to take out $20. "When I put in for the $20, the machine came back and said we’ll give you the $20 but that’ll cause an overdraft and you will be charged and I said, ‘Oh just forget it.'"
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Alexa Bliss Responds To Criticism From WWE Fans

Alexa Bliss is not bothered by the recent criticism from WWE fans because she’s having fun with her gimmick. There has been a lot of positive and negative feedback over how WWE has booked Bliss for the past year or so, and over the various changes to her character. The criticism continued this week with more trances and mind games as she and Nikki Cross reunited to defeat Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax in a Money In the Bank qualifying match on RAW, which came one night after she defeated Baszler at Hell In a Cell.
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Alexa Bliss Responds To People Criticizing Her Gimmick

Alexa Bliss has been on WWE programming for years now, but in 2020 she started going through some changes when she aligned herself with The Fiend. Bliss transformed into a much darker character, and she went on to turn on The Fiend when she distracted him at WrestleMania 37, allowing Randy Orton to pick up the victory on the Grandest Stage of Them All.
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Glovsky & Glovsky LLC welcomes new attorney

Glovsky & Glovsky LLC, a full-service law firm founded on a commitment to clients and community, recently welcomed attorney Donald M. Greenough to the firm. For more than 40 years, Greenough has focused his practice on estate planning and administration and business law, while also assisting clients with land development and municipal permitting. Greenough and his entire team – Linda Lincoln, Ann Marie Cornacchia and Trish Beauchamp – will relocate from their offices in Ipswich to the Glovsky office at 8 Washington St., Beverly, as of Oct. 1.
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If GSK thinks toothpaste and HIV drugs should be kept separate, why not just do it?

“I am a change agent,” declared Emma Walmsley, as she unveiled the biggest overhaul of GlaxoSmithKline in the 20-odd years of the company’s life in its current form. The consumer healthcare division will depart via a plain-vanilla demerger next year; shareholders will have to live with a sharply reduced dividend; and “new GSK” will seek salvation for its rotten share price by investing more heavily in its core business of pharmaceuticals and vaccines.
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Wrestling World

Kevin Owens takes a break from WWE

Last night, WWE presented the 2021 edition of Hell in a Cell, the last PPV to take place inside the ThunderDome before the return of the public which, after almost a year and a half, will take place next month on the occasion of the pre- Money in the Bank by SmackDown.

Alexa Bliss Responds To Her Critics

There has been a lot of positive and negative fan feedback over how WWE has booked Alexa Bliss for the past several months. Bliss defeated Shayna Baszler at Hell in a Cell on Sunday, then teamed with Nikki Cross to defeat Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler on RAW in a Money in the Bank qualifying match. The criticism fans continued this week and Bliss responded.
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Farnsworth Art Museum receives $25,000 donation toward First Friday Art Walk

ROCKLAND — First National Bank and First National Wealth Management recently contributed $25,000 to the Farnsworth Art Museum in support of First Fridays and other projects. The First Friday events run from July through October and allow visitors to view the Farnsworth’s galleries free of charge from 5 to 8 p.m. The 2021 First Fridays at the Farnsworth, part of the Arts in Rockland First Friday Art Walks, are on July 2, August 6, September 3 and October 1. First National Bank employees will volunteer at each event to assist patrons at each of the Farnsworth entrances.
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Rising inflation puts Bank of England on the spot

LONDON, June 24 (Reuters) - The Bank of England will say on Thursday whether it is worried about a recent jump in inflation, which broke above the central bank's 2% target and looks set to climb higher as Britain reawakens its economy from its coronavirus slumber. With global policymakers grappling...
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Bank of England wants tougher rules for bank takeovers after Greensill

LONDON, June 23 (Reuters) - Parliament should consider toughening up the rules on who can take control of a bank in light of what happened to Wyelands Bank following the collapse of Greensill Capital, Bank of England Deputy Governor Sam Woods said on Wednesday. Steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta's metals-to-finance empire...

Hurricane Helms Endorses Nikki Cross’ New Gimmick, Cross Responds

Hurricane Helms is a fan of Nikki Cross’ superhero-inspired gimmick, sharing his support for the new character online. As reported, Cross debuted the new look on this week’s Raw when she reteamed with her old bestie Alexa Bliss to earn a spot in the women’s Money in the Bank match next month. The new look has been polarizing online, and Helms — himself a former wrestling superhero, of course — posted to Twitter to point out that his character didn’t get over right away, either.

Another Brighton bank branch to close

One of Britain’s biggest banks has announced the closure of 44 more branches, including the Lloyds branch at Preston Circus. The decision was a “bitter blow” to staff and customers, according to the Unite union, which accused Lloyds of walking away from local communities. Lloyds said that 29 Lloyds Bank...
AgricultureWorld Bank Blogs

A new and more sustainable era for Nepal’s forests

Bharati Pathak, who chairs the Federation of Community Forest Users Nepal, recalls how through the 1980s and 90s, rampant forest clearance to make room for agricultural production, excessive timber harvesting and uncontrolled grazing took a toll on Nepal’s forests . Between 1990 and 2005, Nepal lost nearly a quarter of...

Former WWE star Tucker shoots on the split of Heavy Machinery

In an interview with WrestleTalk.com, former WWE star Tucker commented on the split of Heavy Machinery…. “I was never told (about the split) really. The first time I found out that it might happen was at TVs the day that we did the Talking Smack segment (for the draft), I found out a couple of hours before that, ‘Hey we’re gonna do this Talking Smack thing where they’re gonna say that like…’, but it wasn’t like a hard split really, because they were just putting us on different brands and they were kayfabing everybody on what was up. And then a few weeks later we do the El Gran Gordo thing with Otis in a mask pretending not to be Otis, and then I think the split happened two days after that. I wasn’t booked that day, the day the split happened, I wasn’t booked to be on the show that day. And then I got a call at like 1:00 in the afternoon saying, ‘Hey, we need you to come to the arena’. I’m like, ‘Okay…’. And then I wasn’t even told until, I don’t even know, like 3:30 or 4:00 what was gonna go down. And that plans changed a couple of times, and looking back on it, I don’t know this, but I’m very sure, I feel confident that the way that it happened was so that I wouldn’t ask a bunch of questions, and so that I would kinda be frazzled into doing it, which is exactly what ended up happening.”

Bank decision in sharp focus amid ‘beast of inflation’ warnings

The Bank of England is set to keep interest rates unchanged on Thursday, but its decision comes amid mounting pressure to show it can keep soaring inflation in check. Policymakers on the Bank’s nine-strong Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) are expected to hold rates at 0.1%, where they have been since being slashed to new historic lows last March at the height of the pandemic.