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Daily Archives: October 5, 2018

Optimism Surrounding SEC’s Bitcoin ETF Approval Could Boost Bitcoin Price Massively By Mid-2019

September turned out to an overall bad month for cryptocurrencies, as improving market sentiment towards the end of August took a hit in early September after reports of Goldman delaying plans for its proposed cryptocurrency trading desk surfaced. Bitcoin pricing fell from more than $ 7,300 to below $ 6,300 within days of the news, and remained largely around this level ...

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Houston Chronicle business news deputy named Beaumont editor

BEAUMONT, Texas (AP) – Ronnie Crocker has been promoted from deputy business news editor at the Houston Chronicle to editor of the Beaumont Enterprise . Hearst, which owns both newspapers, announced Crocker's appointment on Friday. He is to take up his new duties on Monday. Crocker came to the Chronicle in 1994 after reporting stints at The Eagle of Bryan-College ...

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Garment District Business Owners Irate Over City's Sudden Water Shutdown Plan

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Business owners in Manhattan’s Garment District say they’ll struggle during a proposed water shutdown the city says is necessary for emergency repairs. For establishments like Keens Steakhouse, timing is critical. It’s been open for over 135 years, but starting next week they could be facing a crisis. “It’s devastating, and we’re not sure what we’re going ...

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