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NEW YORK, July 8, 2021 (Newswire.com) – Newswire, an industry leader in financial press release distribution, has been helping companies of all sizes and industries distribute the right message to the right audience at the right time. For financial companies, in particular, capturing the attention of investors and keeping them informed of success, such as
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Marc Jacobs has been dictating trends for three decades, but the designer’s most recent showstopper wasn’t on the runway. Instead, Jacobs dropped a post-face-lift photo (gauze and all!) onto his Instagram feed, and it’s all anyone wants to talk about. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content
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Photography courtesy of Tommy HilfigerIncluding Victoria Beckham’s fifth collaboration with Reebok. By Sarah Mariotti Date July 17, 2021 Facebook Twitter This week brought with it an influx of collaboration announcements from all over the map. Indya Moore joined Tommy Hilfiger in a major #FashionForAll moment, JW Anderson tapped eyewear brand Persol for a punchy vision,
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Photo: American sprinters Tommie Smith (center) and John Carlos (right) demonstrating during the men’s 200-meter medal ceremony at the 1968 Olympic Games. On March 30, the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) announced participant rules for anyone wanting to demonstrate during the US Olympic and Paralympic trials, stating once again that the committee will not
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By Quatreau Date May 28, 2021 Facebook Twitter Life in lockdown means our worlds are confined to a mere few rooms—that can make it difficult to set boundaries between our professional and personal lives. Where we stress about deadlines is the same place where we eat, sleep and lounge. Once the emails and notifications sneak
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Image courtesy of AllbirdsWhat was once known as ‘pleather’ isn’t as eco-friendly as we’ve been made to think. Luckily, a handful of brands are out to change that. By Sadaf Ahsan Date April 22, 2021 Facebook Twitter When the term “vegan” was first coined in 1944, you’d have been hard pressed to find a soy-based
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DESIGN BY KAYLEEN DICUANGCOSubscription services may offer us a dopamine hit — and be necessary at times. But buying boxes full of things we don’t always need and having them shipped to our house leaves a long trail of damage. Here are ways to minimize the hit to the environment. By Sarah Ratchford Date April
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Update, March 22, 2021: Results from a large US clinical trial involving more than 32,000 people and testing the AstraZeneca/Oxford COVID-19 vaccine candidate are finally available — and interim analysis relates that the vaccine showcased 79 percent efficacy in preventing symptomatic COVID-19 and 100 percent efficacy in preventing severe disease and hospitalization. This is higher
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When Teresa Leger Fernandez was elected to represent New Mexico’s 3rd congressional district this past November, she became part of history: For the first time, the state had elected solely women of color to its U.S. House delegation, including her mentor Deb Haaland, who’s now been confirmed as the nation’s first Native American cabinet secretary.
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Photography via Getty ImagesIt’s an unprecedented time for Britain’s longest-standing institution since being called out by Meghan and Harry during their Oprah interview. What will happen next? By Meaghan Wray Date March 11, 2021 Facebook Twitter There’s no denying that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have shaken up the British royal family since they first
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Photography via ImaxTreeLike Miuccia Prada and Raf Simmons giving us something to smile about at Prada. By Eliza Grossman Date February 27, 2021 Facebook Twitter Kim Jones’s first Fendi ready-to-wear collection has the fashion world buzzing After causing a stir with a star-studded casting during his first Fendi couture collection, Kim Jones made waves once
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With the U.S. election happening this week—smack dab in the middle of a pandemic and a worldwide crusade against racial injustice—there’s no denying it’s a stressful time. According to the American Psychological Association, 68% of Americans say the current political climate is a significant source of stress regardless of their preferred candidate. (That’s up from
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The Democratic congresswomen of the House Oversight Committee are putting pressure on the Food and Drug Administration to lift the in-person dispensing requirement for mifepristone—a prescription medication that’s used to safely end early pregnancies in the United States. During the coronavirus pandemic, safe access to medication abortion is more important than ever, but being required
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Love hurts, but falling off the bed in a corset and thigh-highs hurts more. That’s what I’m learning at Bedography, a virtual “women’s empowerment class through dance,” according to Julia Sokol, CEO and founder of SassClass, the dance studio that produces the series. The Instagram tutorial combines the moves of a rookie stripper with the
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