Coronavirus stimulus checks: Goldman Sachs expects $700B package due to delays
Two questions that most people want an answer to are whether there will be a stimulus package and if yes, how much. So far, lawmakers have been answer those questions, but Goldman Sachs analysts think they have answers. Goldman Sachs analysts say lawmakers will likely pass another relief package, but it could be smaller than the previous ones. The analyst also notes that delays in passing a coronavirus relief package may reduce its size, raising questions about another round of stimulus checks.Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreCoronavirus stimulus checks: delays to reduce package...
What Employers Need To Know About How To Handle New COVID Restrictions
With lockdowns going into effect all over the country again due to the surge in COVID cases, employers all over the country are trying to figure out what to do to prepare for “The December To Remember”. Can you force employees to stay put? Can you penalize them for going to Grandma’s for Turkey Day? And, how about work from anywhere policies?Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreAaron Goldstein, a labor and employment partner at the international law firm Dorsey & Whitney, says he has been flooded daily with questions like this as cities start cracking down again. He has some advice ...
Lampard has full faith in Kante after questions of Chelsea midfielder’s form, fitness and future
Frank Lampard claims to have “so much faith” in N’Golo Kante after seeing the Chelsea midfielder face questions of his form, fitness and future.The France international has two Premier League titles and a World Cup winners’ medal to his name, but has seen a move away from Stamford Bridge mooted.Speculation was first sparked when Maurizio Sarri took to shifting the 29-year-old out of his favoured holding role.Lampard has also used Kante in a more advanced position during his reign in west London, but has seen him shine of late in the berth that made him a household name.Goal 50 Revealed: The be...
‘Griezmann was God with Atletico Madrid but it’s Messi first at Barcelona’ - Futre questions 2019 transfer
Antoine Griezmann should have known that life at Barcelona is “Messi, Messi, Messi”, says Paulo Futre, with an Atletico Madrid icon questioning why a Frenchman who was “God” in the Spanish capital headed to Camp Nou.A long-running La Liga transfer saga was brought to a close in the summer of 2019 when a World Cup winner traded life in the capital for that in Catalunya.He was considered to be quite a coup for Barca, given his exploits at Atletico and for France.Griezmann has, however, struggled to deliver on expectations since completing a big-money move and continues to face questions of his f...
Television Q&A: Is 'Roswell, New Mexico' returning?
You have questions. I have some answers.Q: I just heard that “Riverdale” will be back with a new season. What about “Roswell, New Mexico”?A: That will be a midseason offering on the CW, which in this case means around March or April 2021, or possibly later. Because of the pandemic’s effect on production, the network delayed launching what would have been its fall lineup most years until early 2021. For example, among returning shows: “Batwoman,” with new star Javicia Leslie, will be on Jan. 17; “All American” on Jan. 18, “Riverdale” and “Nancy Drew” on Jan. 20, “Legacies” on Jan. 21, “Charmed”...
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"I really would like to try a talk show... (But) I think that I would talk too much and not ask enough questions! And then I think it's too much work!" TV Wonder Woman Lynda Carter fancies herself as a talk show host.©2020 WENNProvided by SyndiGate Media Inc.
Bears coach Matt Nagy is handing over play-calling duties to offensive coordinator Bill Lazor
CHICAGO — Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy has decided to hand over play-calling duties, shifting those responsibilities to offensive coordinator Bill Lazor in an attempt to spark an offense that ranks near the bottom of the league in most major statistical categories.Nagy made the announcement Friday after practice at Halas Hall and fielded questions related to the move for 17 minutes.“How can we be better as a staff? How can we be better as a team?” Nagy said. “As you all know, it’s very, very important to me to make sure that I’m doing everything I possibly can to make the best decision for th...
Don’t expect systemic change under Joe Biden
Joe Biden’s victory raises two questions: will his presidency make much difference and what will Donald Trump do now?On the first question, there are several routes open to Trump. After attempting (and failing) to challenge the election results in court, he could kick off a 2024 campaign, but whether or not the neoliberal elites will support him is another issue in itself. They probably won’t, but such is his ego and self-faith that he may go ahead anyway. He craves public acclamation and has a very large support base – not forgetting the 70 million-plus who voted for him.He could also move ab...
Will fans return to Masters next April? And other pressing questions for Chairman Fred Ridley.
Augusta National Chairman Fred Ridley held his annual pre-Masters press conference Wednesday. In November. This time of year, shouldn’t he instead be enjoying an Arnold Palmer on the veranda before taking a quick lap around the par-3 course?Instead, there was a certain long-delayed tournament to launch. Welcome to Ridley’s new busy time around the club, which included sitting down in the press room interview area for a few minutes. Both real life and golf had questions to ask this day.———— Will the fans be able to return to the grounds for next April’s tournament, assuming the Masters can even...
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Erika Ettin: Your burning dating questions answered
As a dating coach, I get daily questions from clients surrounding the entire dating process. This week, I have chosen three recent questions, all very different, and my responses. If you have others you’d like me to post/answer, please feel free to reach out to email@example.comQuestion:Hi Erika! Now that we’ve given eHarmony some time, I think I would still like to try Bumble. Over the years, I’ve made the mistake of dating someone exclusively much too early, so I still want to keep my options open and leave a few “waiting in the wings” in case things don’t work out… and so I have a di...
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