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Walmart Keeaumoku closes for cleaning; will reopen on Tuesday – Hawaii News Now

Walmart would not confirm if this was in response to a positive case in an employee or not.

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HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) – Walmart has temporarily closed their Keeaumoku location for a deep clean.
The company confirmed the closure began at 2 p.m. on Sunday and will remain in place through Monday. It will reopen at 7 a.m. on Tuesday.
Walmart would not confirm if this was in response to a positive case in an employee or not.
During the closure, crews will sanitize and thoroughly clean the building. Associates will also be allowed to restock shelves.
In a statement, Walmart said…

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Pioneer Natural Resources to Buy Parsley Energy for $4.5 Billion – The Wall Street Journal

Deal is latest combination in the U.S. shale oil patch, which has been hard hit by the pandemic

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Pioneer Natural Resources Co. has agreed to buy Parsley Energy Inc. for $4.5 billion, the latest in a flurry of U.S. oil tie-ups as companies seek to weather low prices brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.
The all-stock deal values Parsley at a 7.9% premium to its closing value Monday and would solidify Pioneers place as one of the largest producers in the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico, the top American oil field.
Pioneer…

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U.S. Department of Justice files antitrust suit against Google – Cramer and others on what it means for Alphabet – CNBC

The U.S. Department of Justice filed an antitrust suit against search giant Google.
Five experts break down what the suit means for parent company Alphabet, wh…

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The U.S. Department of Justice filed an antitrust suit against search giant Google on Tuesday.
Five experts break down what the suit means for parent company Alphabet, whether it has any merit and how Google will defend itself.
Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s “Mad Money,” poked holes in the logistics of a breakup.
“One, it’s baked in. Two, it’s not the first rodeo. They’ve been able to defend this over and over and over again. There’s a huge number of documents that are in favor of Google. If they…

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Snapchat’s anime lens was a huge hit, Snap confirms – The Verge

Snapchat’s anime filter was used 3 billion times in the week it was released. Snap’s Q3 2020 earnings showed that it helped contribute to the app’s growing dail…

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3 billion uses in its first week
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Snapchats anime filter was used more than 3 billion times in the first week after it was released, Snap said today, confirming what we already knew: it was a huge hit.
The filter, which morphs its subject into an anime character, is just the latest in a line of fun AR lenses from Snapchat that have gone viral and helped drive usage on the platform. During its third quarter, Snapchat had 249 million daily users, up fr…

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