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While Perigee is pre-revenue with just one employee, she is looking to add paying customers and begin growing the company as she moves into a wider public beta.
The move comes after the company stopped paying penalties required as part of a settlement four years ago to clean up its mines across the Appalachian coalfields.
The problem for Google is the businesses who don’t fit into those averages, but also have a right to certain data since they are also paying for the ad program, especially small businesses.
Google itself claims in its third party policy with advertisers, that there is certain data necessary to show to the one actually paying money to Google for Ads Program usage.
Under Germany’s Kurzarbeit, which translates to “short-time work,” financially distressed employers can drastically reduce worker hours, and the government will pay most of their lost wages.
For StarTech to pay off, they’ll have to deliver not just big, but bigger than big.
Louisville will pay Breonna Taylor’s family $12 million, Michelle Wu runs for mayor in Boston, and a former bank CEO gets a new gig.
Many of the platforms mentioned above, including Weibo, Tencent, and Toutiao are already offering paid search ad positions to capitalize on the search demand.
In addition to creating the $1 billion Creator Fund to pay some creators for posting to its platform, TikTok has helped its creators land talent agents and deals with brands and TV networks.
Fiverr had accomplished pay equity on their platform, which they announced in March.

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