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The NBA and its players' union agreed on Friday to resume the league's playoffs on Saturday after players refused to take the floor for a number of games this week in protest of the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wis.
Overall trading on both platforms resumed as normal once the issue was resolved.
As the federal government and local housing authorities loosen moratoriums on evictions, concerns are growing that the Annapolis agency’s ramped up court actions will resume.
SHE WAS SUED OVER RENT SHE DIDN’T OWE. IT TOOK SEVEN COURT DATES TO PROVE SHE WAS RIGHT.BY DANIELLE OHL, CAPITAL GAZETTE, AND TALIA BUFORD AND BEENA RAGHAVENDRAN, PROPUBLICAAUGUST 25, 2020PROPUBLICA
This is a groundbreaking step that is expected to provide a longer-lasting protection in public spaces, increasing consumer confidence in resuming normal air travel and other activities.
Wells Fargo is resuming layoffs, as the beleaguered bank looks to cut costs to cope with the coronavirus pandemic and long-running regulatory issues that have hampered its growth.
Honda, TikTok, Duracell, Starbucks and Burberry are among a raft of advertisers that have either started, resumed or concluded media reviews during the pandemic.
Advertisers that had paused campaigns, rather than canceling them, started to come back, mostly to talk about resuming campaigns in September, said Pete Spande, Insider’s chief revenue officer.
The move is intended to encourage companies to resume their normal economic activities while keeping employees safe.
Conde Nast’s cooking title Bon Appétit is resuming its uber-popular video production in September from hosts’ homes, following a three-month hiatus from production, according to a spokesperson for the brand.
Here’s what we do know about when it may be safe to come out of our homes and resume normal life.

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