Daily Archives: May 27, 2020

Can coronavirus comeback story continue for the stock market?

The stock market — including auto stocks — was hit hard by an economic game plan that put production on pause. What happens as the economy reopens? Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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Choosing 2FA authenticator apps can be hard. Ars did it so you don’t have to

Enlarge (credit: Aurich & Hannah Lawson) Last year, Sergio Caltagirone found himself in a tough spot. While traveling, his phone broke and stopped working completely. With no access to his Google and Microsoft authenticator apps, he lost access to two-factor authentication when he needed it most—when he was logging in from IP addresses not recognized by the 30 to 40 ...

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Digital marketing amid coronavirus: Go for the low-hanging fruit with freebies and deals

Branding is a play for long-term recognition. In a pandemic, small businesses need to use discouts and other incentives to go for the quick sale. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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Romney criticizes Trump for promoting conspiracy theory, standing out among Republicans

In a tweet, the Utah Republican said the president should stop promoting baseless claims about the death of a former staffer for MSNBC host Joe Scarborough. PowerPost

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Senate falls well short of overriding Trump’s veto of measure restricting his military authority on Iran

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (K-Ky.) called the resolution “misguided” a day after the president vetoed it. PowerPost

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15 game-changing cleaning products worth investing in for a spotless home

Robot vacuums, drain stoppers, and hand dusters are all cleaning products worth investing in for a spotless home. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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Caution dictates how tradition-bound Senate adapts to coronavirus pandemic

Senators wore masks or embraced video technology to participate in committee hearings as they tried to avoid contracting or spreading the disease. PowerPost

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The playbook is familiar as first-time candidate with military record gives GOP a shot at House seat

Democrats found a winning formula in 2018 with several military veterans who won Republican-held House seats and helped lift the party to the majority. The GOP is trying to imitate that success north of Los Angeles. PowerPost

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