Walmart will stop putting 'multicultural' products in locked cases
Walmart will no longer place "multicultural hair care and beauty products" in locked cases in any of its stores, the company confirmed Wednesday. Walmart confirmed to NBC News that the decision to place certain hair and beauty products in cases was based on theft data, and that it varied by market.
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Over 4,900 meat processing employees have tested positive for coronavirus: CDC
The CDC said it responded to state and local authorities’ requests for on-site or remote technical assistance after learning of outbreaks in several meat and poultry facilities in early April. By April 27, the CDC received data on coronavirus cases among meat processing employees from 19 of 23 states where at least one case in the industry was reported.
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Uber to stop operations in Colombia following court decision
Uber has been ordered by Colombian courts to cease operations in the country, a decision the company is saying violates its right to due legal process and will cause enormous harm to the entrepreneurial potential in the country. The court ruled that Uber's operations were detrimental to competition, with Uber replying it will challenge the decision through the appropriate legal avenues.
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