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   Walmart, CVS and Other Retailers Enter Mental Health Market  2021/05/07 09:00:17 New York Times
CVS, Walmart, Rite Aid and other large chains are working to integrate behavioral health services.
   How bots like 'TurboVax' boosted states in the rush to vaccinate America  2021/04/24 13:13:46 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Kenneth Hsu's parents-in-law were desperate to find a vaccine appointment. In February, both over the age of 70, the two met the requirements to get vaccinated in their home state New Jersey. They added their names to the state's waiting list. Then silence followed. "They were getting nowhere," said Hsu, a 40-year-old software architect from Basking Ridge, New Jersey, a city about 50 miles north of Trenton. Since he wasn't yet eligible to receive a vaccine, Hsu said he hadn't known just how hard it was for those who were to get an appointment. He found Twitter accounts of real people finding and sharing new appointments and found Facebook groups of people sharing when and how they secured an appointment. "But after a couple of days getting into it, I just realized that there's got to be a better way," he said. So, he put his skills to work over a few weeks in early February and created a program that scrubbed various county and pharmacy websites to see when new vaccination appointments became available.
   Rite Aid reports narrower losses, sales beat  2021/04/15 11:30:27 MarketWatch
Rite Aid Corp. undefined shares rose 1.3% in Thursday premarket trading after the pharmacy retailer reported a fourth-quarter sales beat. Net losses totaled…
   Brands: You Have a Duty To Protect Your Consumers' and Employees' Right to Vote  2021/04/08 17:49:00 Benzinga
NEW YORK , April 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- As activists gather today at AT&T headquarters in Texas to protect the right to vote, lawmakers continue to file bills to restrict voting access across the state. This is not limited to Texas , however, as politicians nationwide have filed hundreds of bills to suppress the right to vote. Amid this political wrongdoing, the nation's largest brands in Texas and nationwide are not doing enough to stand up for their employees' and consumers' fundamental rights. Many of them have fallen silent - And those who have spoken out have done just that - spoken. Their words have yet to translate into meaningful action. The disparity in brand response to the current issue of voting rights, as compared to brands' urgency for activism in 2020, cannot be attributed to lack of desire for them to take action. OBERLAND today released findings from a survey of 10,000 consumers of the nation's largest, publicly traded brands in Texas - JCPenney, Whole Foods Market Dell, AT&T, American Airlines, Pizza Hut - and brands across the nation - Petsmart, CircleK, Sprouts, Delta Air Lines, The Coca-Cola Company, The Home Depot, Lowe's, Bank of America, Aramark, Rite Aid and PNC Financial Services Group - which revealed that 83% of these companies' consumers believe the corporations have a duty to protect their - and their employees' - right to vote.
   Ando banking review: Fight climate change and pay zero monthly fees  2021/04/07 22:01:20 Business Insider
Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Summary List Placement Should you bank with Ando? You might like Ando if you … You might not like Ando if you ... Are comfortable banking digitally Want your deposits to go toward efforts to fight climate change Would like to receive paychecks early (feature goes live April 15) Prefer to bank in person Want to open a joint account or order a secondary debit card Want to find the highest online savings rate The bottom line: Ando is a solid online banking platform. Its strongest feature is that is uses your deposits to invest in companies that help the environment. Ando Spending Account review Ando Spending Account Ando Spending Account is a solid checking account, with no minimum opening deposit or monthly service fees. Not all online banks give you a way to access cash, but Ando lets you deposit cash at GreenDot locations in places like CVS, Kroger, and Rite Aid. Just know that GreenDot typically charges a few dollars for deposits. Ando Savings Account review Ando Savings Account Like its checking counterpart, Ando Savings Account doesn't charge monthly fees or require a minimum deposit to get started.
   Rite Aid reports narrower losses, sales beat  2021/04/15 11:30:27 MarketWatch
Rite Aid Corp. undefined shares rose 1.3% in Thursday premarket trading after the pharmacy retailer reported a fourth-quarter sales beat. Net losses totaled…
   Brands: You Have a Duty To Protect Your Consumers' and Employees' Right to Vote  2021/04/08 17:49:00 Benzinga
NEW YORK , April 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- As activists gather today at AT&T headquarters in Texas to protect the right to vote, lawmakers continue to file bills to restrict voting access across the state. This is not limited to Texas , however, as politicians nationwide have filed hundreds of bills to suppress the right to vote. Amid this political wrongdoing, the nation's largest brands in Texas and nationwide are not doing enough to stand up for their employees' and consumers' fundamental rights. Many of them have fallen silent - And those who have spoken out have done just that - spoken. Their words have yet to translate into meaningful action. The disparity in brand response to the current issue of voting rights, as compared to brands' urgency for activism in 2020, cannot be attributed to lack of desire for them to take action. OBERLAND today released findings from a survey of 10,000 consumers of the nation's largest, publicly traded brands in Texas - JCPenney, Whole Foods Market Dell, AT&T, American Airlines, Pizza Hut - and brands across the nation - Petsmart, CircleK, Sprouts, Delta Air Lines, The Coca-Cola Company, The Home Depot, Lowe's, Bank of America, Aramark, Rite Aid and PNC Financial Services Group - which revealed that 83% of these companies' consumers believe the corporations have a duty to protect their - and their employees' - right to vote.
   Ando banking review: Fight climate change and pay zero monthly fees  2021/04/07 22:01:20 Business Insider
Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Summary List Placement Should you bank with Ando? You might like Ando if you … You might not like Ando if you ... Are comfortable banking digitally Want your deposits to go toward efforts to fight climate change Would like to receive paychecks early (feature goes live April 15) Prefer to bank in person Want to open a joint account or order a secondary debit card Want to find the highest online savings rate The bottom line: Ando is a solid online banking platform. Its strongest feature is that is uses your deposits to invest in companies that help the environment. Ando Spending Account review Ando Spending Account Ando Spending Account is a solid checking account, with no minimum opening deposit or monthly service fees. Not all online banks give you a way to access cash, but Ando lets you deposit cash at GreenDot locations in places like CVS, Kroger, and Rite Aid. Just know that GreenDot typically charges a few dollars for deposits. Ando Savings Account review Ando Savings Account Like its checking counterpart, Ando Savings Account doesn't charge monthly fees or require a minimum deposit to get started.
   Nike, Rite Aid fall; Darden Restaurants, Lumentum rise  2021/03/25 20:20:29 ABC News
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Thursday: Nike, Rite Aid fall; Darden Restaurants, Lumentum rise
   US stocks gain as lowest weekly jobless claims since the pandemic boost recovery optimism  2021/03/25 20:04:56 Business Insider
Summary List Placement US stocks gained on Thursday after weekly jobless claims hit their lowest levels since the COVID-19 pandemic began last year. Weekly jobless claims of 684,000 came well below the median economist's expectation of 730,000. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell . US stocks gained on Thursday after weekly jobless claims hit their lowest levels since the COVID-19 pandemic began last year. Jobless claims of 684,000 beat economist expectations of 730,00 and continued claims fell to 3.9 million for the week that ended March 13. Stocks were initially off to a rocky start Thursday morning after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell told NPR that the Fed will gradually roll back its monthly bond purchases as the economy continues to improve. The Fed currently purchases $120 billion in bonds per month. "We will very gradually over time and with great transparency, when the economy has all but fully recovered, we will be pulling back the support that we provided during emergency times," Powell said.
   Brands: You Have a Duty To Protect Your Consumers' and Employees' Right to Vote  2021/04/08 17:49:00 Benzinga
NEW YORK , April 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- As activists gather today at AT&T headquarters in Texas to protect the right to vote, lawmakers continue to file bills to restrict voting access across the state. This is not limited to Texas , however, as politicians nationwide have filed hundreds of bills to suppress the right to vote. Amid this political wrongdoing, the nation's largest brands in Texas and nationwide are not doing enough to stand up for their employees' and consumers' fundamental rights. Many of them have fallen silent - And those who have spoken out have done just that - spoken. Their words have yet to translate into meaningful action. The disparity in brand response to the current issue of voting rights, as compared to brands' urgency for activism in 2020, cannot be attributed to lack of desire for them to take action. OBERLAND today released findings from a survey of 10,000 consumers of the nation's largest, publicly traded brands in Texas - JCPenney, Whole Foods Market Dell, AT&T, American Airlines, Pizza Hut - and brands across the nation - Petsmart, CircleK, Sprouts, Delta Air Lines, The Coca-Cola Company, The Home Depot, Lowe's, Bank of America, Aramark, Rite Aid and PNC Financial Services Group - which revealed that 83% of these companies' consumers believe the corporations have a duty to protect their - and their employees' - right to vote.
   Ando banking review: Fight climate change and pay zero monthly fees  2021/04/07 22:01:20 Business Insider
Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Summary List Placement Should you bank with Ando? You might like Ando if you … You might not like Ando if you ... Are comfortable banking digitally Want your deposits to go toward efforts to fight climate change Would like to receive paychecks early (feature goes live April 15) Prefer to bank in person Want to open a joint account or order a secondary debit card Want to find the highest online savings rate The bottom line: Ando is a solid online banking platform. Its strongest feature is that is uses your deposits to invest in companies that help the environment. Ando Spending Account review Ando Spending Account Ando Spending Account is a solid checking account, with no minimum opening deposit or monthly service fees. Not all online banks give you a way to access cash, but Ando lets you deposit cash at GreenDot locations in places like CVS, Kroger, and Rite Aid. Just know that GreenDot typically charges a few dollars for deposits. Ando Savings Account review Ando Savings Account Like its checking counterpart, Ando Savings Account doesn't charge monthly fees or require a minimum deposit to get started.
   Nike, Rite Aid fall; Darden Restaurants, Lumentum rise  2021/03/25 20:20:29 ABC News
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Thursday: Nike, Rite Aid fall; Darden Restaurants, Lumentum rise
   US stocks gain as lowest weekly jobless claims since the pandemic boost recovery optimism  2021/03/25 20:04:56 Business Insider
Summary List Placement US stocks gained on Thursday after weekly jobless claims hit their lowest levels since the COVID-19 pandemic began last year. Weekly jobless claims of 684,000 came well below the median economist's expectation of 730,000. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell . US stocks gained on Thursday after weekly jobless claims hit their lowest levels since the COVID-19 pandemic began last year. Jobless claims of 684,000 beat economist expectations of 730,00 and continued claims fell to 3.9 million for the week that ended March 13. Stocks were initially off to a rocky start Thursday morning after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell told NPR that the Fed will gradually roll back its monthly bond purchases as the economy continues to improve. The Fed currently purchases $120 billion in bonds per month. "We will very gradually over time and with great transparency, when the economy has all but fully recovered, we will be pulling back the support that we provided during emergency times," Powell said.
   Stocks making the biggest moves midday: GameStop, RH, Rite Aid, Nike & more  2021/03/25 16:22:10 CNBC
Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.

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