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Justice: ‘Stay out of my family’s personal stuff’

CHARLESTON — Questions about a new tax lien, this time against the Greenbrier Resort, caused Gov. Jim Justice to take a swipe at the media Tuesday. “If you’ll tend to the business of the state as I’m tending to the business of the state and you’ll just stay out of my family’s personal stuff, you’ll find that the final outcomes will be exactly what I’ve told you they’ll be,” Justice said Tuesday during his COVID-19 briefing. “They’ll be worked out.”
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Meet the Man Simone Biles Flips For, Boyfriend Jonathan Owens—And See What He Said About Her Team Final Exit

So far, Simone Biles‘ experience at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics hasn’t been completely ideal. After withdrawing from the finals of the women’s artistic gymnastics team finals on Tuesday, it’s still unclear if the four-time gold medalist (and arguably greatest gymnast of all time) will compete in the rest of her events, despite qualifying for the all-around and all four individual medal events this week.
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United States could see first ever period of population decline

The United States could see something soon that hasn't ever happened in the history of our country. Demographers tell the Wall Street Journal that the population of the USA could drop for the first time ever. They blame COVID-19 deaths, lower birth rates, and tighter restrictions on immigration into the country.
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The Boom of Built-To-Rent Suburbs is Coming

MINT HILL, NC – Some experts believe the boom of built-to-rent suburbs is coming and is the wave of the future. In fact, an article from The Wall Street Journal talks about how these types of suburbs are spreading across the country. This article specifically discusses gated communities in Arizona...
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Why Does Naomi Osaka Represent Japan And Not The United States?

Naomi Osaka is already a legend at the young age of 23. She lit the cauldron in the opening ceremonies of The Olympics, representing the host country of Japan. Considering Osaka grew up on Long Island, some may wonder why she’s representing Japan at the games. Gossip Cop can fill you in.

Coffee ETN Surged After Frost Hit Brazilian Crops

A coffee-related exchange traded note has been surging, with coffee prices touching a six-year high, as Brazil’s main growing region suffers through its worst frost damage in over 25 years. The iPath Series B Bloomberg Coffee Subindex Total Return ETN (NYSEArca: JO) jumped 33.0% over the past week and was...

Drug distributors propose wide-ranging opioid settlement

This is an excerpt from Medically Necessary, a health care supply chain newsletter. Subscribe here. Top line: After years of negotiations, several major drug distributors have proposed a $21 billion settlement to resolve a large number of claims that they contributed to the opioid crisis. AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKesson...
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South Dakotan graces list of Pulitzer Prize finalists

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) - National awards are no laughing matter. But one South Dakotan used his talent to make people laugh, and think. And therefore found himself on the cusp of excellence, a Pulitzer Prize finalist. The 105th class of Pulitzer Prize winners included a familiar South Dakota name,...

iCapital raises heart-stopping $440 million at $4-billion valuation , after signing big deals to become the alts engine of Envestnet and Allfunds

Brooke's Note: The list of platinum-plated investors in iCapital is almost a spoof of itself because it includes Blackstone, UBS, BNY Mellon, Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, BlackRock, The Carlyle Group, Credit Suisse, JPMorgan Chase and KKR. It's hard not to wonder how the head of such a venture could manage all those high self-esteem backers. My best answer really comes from my interview with CEO and Chairman Lawrence Calcano. He was game to answer all questions and to answer them forthrightly -- neither fact-starved nor freighted in rhetoric. He also seems to genuinely enjoy going into some of the duller details. He evinced much the same enthusiasm about education, credentials and research advancements as discussing promising swanky-branded deals and the kind of shoulders that get rubbed in constructing a co-op manned and monied by overachievers. When the promised 15 minutes runs to 30 minutes and beyond, there is no evocation for a hard stop; more of a comradely prod to ask any unasked questions. It's a peer-to-peer approach BlackRock CEO Laurence Fink likely appreciates as much as an RIA journalist.