April 21, 2021

Day: April 21, 2021

Suspect Gives Couple His ID After Breaking In, Stealing Their Money in NY Hotel

Police say they arrested a Long Island man after he allegedly left his ID following a hotel room break-in in Manhasset, New York on April 16.

Michael C. Lee, 29, allegedly entered another guest’s room at the Travelodge hotel on Northern Boulevard at around 3 a.m. through their unlocked sliding glass window, according to CBS New York.

The female guest, 33, called out to her boyfriend, 44, for help upon encountering Lee, Daily Voice reported.

The couple demanded to know why he was in their room and asked for his ID.

Lee willingly handed over his driver’s license and

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8 Sustainable Soap and Personal Care Brands

Many of the personal care products we use include harmful, non-biodegradable ingredients that damage the environment. Pick up your shampoo or soap and look at the label. You’ll see paraben, phthalates, triclosan, and other synthetic ingredients that hurt not only the environment but also your body. 

There are more eco-friendly soaps, shampoo, and other personal care products available all the time. We looked into how companies treat the environment and their employees to identify the options that make your skin, hair, and body look great, feel healthy and reduce the negative environmental impact at the same time. 

Let’s look at

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Small business ‘roommates’ helping owners slash expenses during pandemic

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — With a long economic recovery ahead, business owners are getting creative to stay afloat.

Before the pandemic, San Diego chef Avonte Hartsfield was on his way to opening a restaurant. He set out to do vegan food differently: plant-based comfort food that’s not processed.

“I can’t eat an Impossible Burger every day, but I can for sure eat an oyster mushroom every day,” said Hartsfield. “That’s our whole mission here: eat less meat.”

But with menu items like fried mac and cheese balls and a buffalo chicken sandwich loaded with fries, he says it’s not necessarily

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Inside the GOP’s tense fallout with the big business lobby

Recalling the encounter to CNN last week, Tenney said she asked Sullivan, “Why did you endorse someone who is against all the policies, who’s, like, voted for everything in New York that really was not really good for business, but was good for the trial bar, and it exposed many of us to liability?”

Sullivan handled it graciously, Tenney said, and didn’t seem surprised by the round of complaints. “He said ‘I kind of knew I was gonna get this,'” she said of the February meeting of Republican members of the House Small Business Committee.

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Lemonade Opens Early Registration for Lemonade Car

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Lemonade, the insurance company powered by artificial intelligence and behavioral economics, announced it is readying ‘Lemonade Car’ for launch within the year. Early registration is now open at www.lemonade.com/car.

Today’s news marks the company’s third expansion into a major new insurance category in less than 12 months. The company started with homeowners products, adding pet insurance in the second half of 2020, and term life insurance in the first half of 2021. The launch of Lemonade Car will allow both existing and new customers to bundle their home, pet, and life policies with

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China to require financial institutions to move towards green finance – c.bank gov

Governor of People’s Bank of China (PBOC) Yi Gang attends a news conference on China’s economic development ahead of the 70th anniversary of its founding, in Beijing, China September 24, 2019. REUTERS/Florence Lo

China will require financial institutions to transition towards green finance as early as possible, to help achieve the country’s carbon neutrality goals, central bank governor Yi Gang told the Boao Forum on Tuesday.

China’s President Xi Jinping has promised to bring the country’s climate-warming greenhouse gas emissions to a peak before 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060, committing the country to an accelerated transition to renewable

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