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1340 more coronavirus cases, 3 deaths reported Saturday in Utah – KSL.com

The Utah Department of Health said Saturday there are 1,340 new test-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, and that three more Utahns have died of the disea…

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SALT LAKE CITY The Utah Department of Health said Saturday there are 1,340 new test-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, and that three more Utahns have died of the disease since Friday’s reported figures.
The update brings Utah to 93,297 total confirmed coronavirus cases and 540 deaths since the pandemic began.
In an email, the health department said the three deceased Utahns were:

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Highway reopens after two crashes on Route 581 closed all lanes near US 11/15 split in Camp Hill – WGAL Susquehanna Valley Pa.

Several people are injured and at least two people have been transported to a local hospital according to Emergency Dispatch Services.

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CAMP HILL, Pa. —Several people were injured in a multiple-vehicle crash on Route 581 Eastbound near the 11/15 split in Camp Hill on Saturday.
The crash happened just before 6 p.m. and closed all lanes on the highway near the split, backing up traffic for a few miles for several hours before the road reopened about 9 p.m.
Emergency dispatch services said there were multiple injuries and at least two people were transported to local hospitals.
According to Pennsylvania State Police in Harrisburg there…

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Dunkin’ Brands is discussing potential sale to Inspire Brands – CNBC

The announcement could be made public as soon as Monday, the New York Times said.

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Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin Robbins chains owner Dunkin’ Brands Group has held preliminary discussions to be acquired by Inspire Brands, a private equity-backed restaurant company, Dunkin’ said in a statement on Sunday.
“There is no certainty that any agreement will be reached,” said Karen Raskopf, Chief Communications Officer of Dunkin’ Brands. Dunkin’ declined to reveal further details.
The deal being discussed would take Dunkin’ Brands private at a price of $106.50 a share, said the New York…

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Big Profits Are No Longer The Top Priority For Oil Investors – OilPrice.com

Dividends and profits are no longer the most important reason for investors to buy or stay with an oil company, and while returns remain key, investors are demanding…

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Oil prices are almost certainly…
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By Irina Slav – Oct 25, 2020, 6:00 PM CDTFor years, the oil industry drew in investors with sizable—and regular—returns. Even when oil prices fell, Big Oil found ways to keep paying dividends, even if it had to cut them, which happened only in extreme cases. Now, it is becoming increasingly clear that dividends—and profits—are no longer king.Today’s investors want other things from their oil investments.
Returns…

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