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Personality-led brands and businesses connect with audiences because of
precisely that – they are created by women entrepreneurs who are big on
passion and personality. Rose Sibisi is an entrepreneur who has both of
these traits in huge quantities, and her passion for what she does is
infectious. Her popular Talk Show, StylewithRoseS, is must-watch
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Photo courtesy of Venus Williams’ Facebook page By Sharee Silerio Have you ever wondered what The Apprentice or Shark Tank would look like with all-women entrepreneurs? Continue Reading Well, you’ll get the chance to find out, because tennis icon Venus Williams will be starring in and executive…
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Donald Trump lied to his Republican base and thought they were so stupid they would believe it, according to Jared Kushner. Mr Kushner, a property developer who is both President Trump’s senior advisor and son-in-law, reportedly made the remarks after he was challenged about Mr Trump’s prolonged interrogation over whether Barack Obama was born in the US.
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andate, purportedly allowing any employer to seek a moral or religious exemption from the requirement, according to a draft regulation obtained by Vox.
The Affordable Care Act requires nearly all employers to offer health insurance that covers access to a wide array of contraceptive methods. The draft proposal, if finalized, would significantly broaden the type of companies and organizations that can request an exemption. This could lead to many American women who currently receive no-cost contraception having to pay out of pocket for their medication.
“It’s just a very, very, very broad exception for everybody,” Tim Jost, a health law professor at Washington and Lee University, told Vox. “If you don’t want to provide it, you don’t have to provide it.”
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The line was financed with more than $3 billion borrowed from the Chinese government. A Chinese company built it, and a Chinese company will operate it for the first five years.
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The controlling shareholder of the world’s largest meat-packing company, JBS, has agreed to pay a record 10.3bn real ($3.2bn; £2.4bn) fine for its role in Brazil’s corruption scandals.
J&F Investimentos will pay under a leniency deal in two corruption investigations.
The payments will start in December and J&F will have 25 years to make them, prosecutors say.
The fine beats the $2.6bn paid by Brazilian building firm Odebrecht.
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