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Eleanor Larson is a writer for Kochify The News. She writes about politics, health, business, and finance. She has been a writer for over 25 years and is currently working on her second book.

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Gavin Newsom is writing a book. Is he hoping to take a page from Obama?

California Gov. Gavin Newsom is working on his third book, a memoir that will allow him to tell his life’s story to a national audience that may not know much about the Democratic governor who will leave office in 2½ years. Boosting his national image has become a regular feature of Newsom’s second and final […]

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Bitcoin at $61K: Are investors losing interest? THIS is a worrying sign

Bitcoin’s price fell as the rate of accumulation across all cohorts slowed down. Addresses were largely unprofitable and had low incentives to sell their holdings. Bitcoin [BTC] fell towards the $61,000 mark at press time, causing a surge in skepticism amongst holders and traders alike. Accumulation on a hold One of the reasons for the

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Contractor fined after 22-year-old worker dies from head injury

A carpentry firm has been fined £8,000 after a 22-year-old died when struck by falling material at a construction site in Cambridgeshire, according to the health and safety watchdog. Niall McCormack KM Carpentry Contractors, based in Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire, was also ordered to pay almost £7,000 in costs after pleading guilty to breaches of health

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Why Nottingham Forest may abandon City Ground ‘masterplan’ for a new stadium

It doesn’t take long in conversation with Tom Cartledge, the Nottingham Forest chairman, to realise that the dispute threatening the future of the City Ground has accelerated the possibilities of a stadium move. “The club continue to be frustrated,” Cartledge tells The Athletic in relation to Forest’s standoff with Nottingham City Council, which owns the land

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Winvic lands huge industrial scheme in East Midlands

Northampton-based Winvic Construction is to design and build an industrial facility at the mammoth Segro Logistics Park in the East Midlands town. The contractor was named to deliver the 111,000 square metre project for global supply chain giant Yusen Logistics. As well as a ground-floor warehouse, the facility will include a mezzanine level, a three-storey

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Ethereum ETFs: What ‘convinced Grayscale to withdraw?’ Analysts weigh in

Grayscale makes a U-turn on ETH futures ETF application  Analysts offer divergent views on Grayscale’s move and SEC’s next play.  Grayscale has withdrawn its Ethereum [ETH] futures ETF filing, eliciting mixed signals as analysts struggle to interpret how this could impact the SEC’s next move.   Bloomberg ETF analyst James Seyffart called the application a “Trojan

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Wild fan survey: Trade candidates? Worried about Kaprizov’s future? Confidence level in Guerin?

After missing the playoffs for only the second time since 2012, the Minnesota Wild have one more season of cap pain ahead of them. There’s no doubt the pressure is building on the Wild to be ready to prove to fans that all this cap pain was worth it once it’s largely off the books

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Nashville Predators fan survey: Voice your opinion on Juuse Saros, Andrew Brunette and more

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Nashville Predators general manager Barry Trotz indicated a strong lean this week when asked about his team’s No. 1 question, goaltender Juuse Saros, saying: “He wants to be here and I’d like him to be here, so we’re going to work hard on getting something done with him.” Or did he? Trotz

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