President Donald Trump's top official stepped away from the group on Capitol Hill and took off his mask. "Well, I'm more than 10 feet away," he said.
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Public relations firms have cut hundreds of jobs in the pandemic, but are still hiring in areas like crisis, healthcare, and tech.
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Triller is reportedly in talks to set up a public listing via a merger with a SPAC, although it is simultaneously pursuing a private funding round.
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Both airlines are owned by International Airlines Group, which said on Monday that BA was "navigating the worst crisis faced in our industry."
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Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin called on Congress to "immediately vote" on a measure to spend unused money from the Paycheck Protection Proram.
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Here are the top media and advertising stories from Business Insider for October 12.
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The incident occurred at a protest following a decision by New York's governor to enforce local lockdowns in communities with large populations of Orthodox Jews.
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The president said on Sunday he now has "a protective glow" — a concept which does not appear in medical or scientific research about the coronavirus.
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Fed Chair Jay Powell warned on Tuesday that the economy might falter if another stimulus package doesn't make it through Congress.
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The ad used a comment Dr. Anthony Fauci made during a Fox News interview, praising the work of the coronavirus task force — not Trump.
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The White House physician, Dr. Sean Conley, notably did not state whether the president had tested negative for the virus.
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Upon leaving the hospital, Trump would rip open a button-down dress shirt to reveal a t-shirt with the Superman logo.
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The former New Jersey governor had spent time around President Trump and others at the White House who eventually tested positive for the virus.
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Of the nine confirmed positive people, two are are in the hospital, including one who's currently in an intensive care unit.
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