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A sign for Zoom Video Communications is pictured ahead of the company's Nasdaq IPO in New York in 2019. The company has agreed to a preliminary settlement in a privacy lawsuit.
A DoorDash delivery person rides their bike in New York City. Workers across the country went on strike on July 31 to demand higher pay and tip transparency.
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Democratic Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly's legal battle with the Republican-led Legislature has left confusion over whether she has the authority to issue new pandemic restrictions. Kelly did not issue a mask mandate when speaking Wednesday from the state Capitol in Topeka.
Employees elbow bump at a JLL office in Menlo Park, Calif., in September. With the delta variant surging, mask mandates are returning, and some employers are now requiring employees to be vaccinated before coming to the office.
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Scarlett Johansson arrives at the BAFTA Film Awards in London last year. She is suing Disney over the company's streaming release of the movie Black Widow at the same time as the theatrical release, which she said breached her contract and deprived her of potential earnings.
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Johnson & Johnson is facing tens of thousands of lawsuits over claims that its talcum-based products caused users to develop cancer. The company says its powder products are safe.
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People walk past a poster showing members of the K-pop group BTS in Seoul on October 12, 2020. It's one of the most popular bands in the world, with an extremely devoted fan base.
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People visit Downtown Disney in Anaheim, California on July 9, 2020, the first day the outdoor shopping and dining complex was open to the public since closing in March amid the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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In this 1982 file photo, Ron Popeil, the man behind those late-night, rapid-fire television commercials that sell everything from the Mr. Microphone to the Pocket Fisherman to the classic Veg-a-Matic, sits surrounded by his wares in his office in Beverly Hills, Calif. Popeil died Wednesday, his family said.
Travelers head to a security checkpoint at Denver International Airport on July 2. The economy likely surged in the April-June quarter as vaccine rollouts sparked a surge in pent-up activity. A slowdown is now seen as inevitable, although the pace of growth should remain strong.
Nine families are involved in the lawsuit against now-bankrupt Remington Arms. They claim the gun-maker is liable for the deaths of six adults and 20 children as the manufacturer and marketer of the Bushmaster assault-style rifle used in the 2012 massacre.
In this image from video provided by the House Financial Services Committee, Vlad Tenev, chief executive officer of Robinhood, testifies during a virtual hearing on GameStop in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 18. Robinhood is facing a range of lawsuits and potential regulary action as it gears up to make its Wall Street debut.
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