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Daily Archives: March 11, 2019

Review of Safety, Security at Manitoba Health-care Facilities Ordered

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What to do if your business makes you ill

If running your business is making you ill, the chances are that you’re running it the wrong way. That’s the advice of Matthew Upchurch, the chief executive of US-based luxury travel firm Virtuoso. He started suffering from panic attacks and ended up in hospital. He says it was because he had started to concentrate too much on the firm’s balance ...

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Apex Legends studio bans 355,000 cheating players

Image copyright Electronic Arts The 355,000 players caught cheating on Apex Legends were all using the PC version of the game, the studio behind the game has said. Respawn Entertainment said it intended to be “secretive” about its plans to combat cheating, so as not to forewarn players tr… BBC News – Technology

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Bitcoin drops back below $3,900 today as rally sputters

Bitcoin looked to be trending upAs an article earlier today noted “A lot hinges on what Bitcoin can do this week, as it is very close to once again crossing the $ 4,000 mark after doing so in late February. The major cryptocurrency is managing to hold above the $ 3,900 mark, which bodes well for its next step to ...

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Is Fannie, Freddie's role in the housing market beginning to shrink?

Private investors are buying non-conforming mortgage loans – which are usually the domain of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac – at a growing rate. According to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal, the number of loans that meet Fannie and Freddie standards for purchase are instead flowing to the private market. Banks and financial inst… Investments

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