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Authorities in Anadarko work to remove armed suspect barricaded in home

Authorities in Anadarko work to remove armed suspect barricaded in home

[ad_1] ANADARKO, Okla. (KSWO) – Anadarko Police called on the Caddo County Sherriff’s Office Special Response Team to assist with an armed man who barricaded himself inside a home. In a post to social media, the Caddo Co. Sheriff’s Department stated the response team made their way to a home on Independence Street. There, deputies…

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Woman on her way to work found 5-year boy police say was kidnapped in SE Portland

[ad_1] What took place in Southeast Portland on Friday morning is the kind of case that sends chills down the backs of cops and frightens everyone else. It started unfolding Thursday night when a 5-year-old boy was reported missing in deep Southeast Portland. That’s always unsettling, but during good weather a kid can wander off.…

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Texas Man Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading After Overhearing Wife’s Work Calls

Texas Man Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading After Overhearing Wife’s Work Calls

[ad_1] A Texas man pleaded guilty to insider training after he was accused of making $1.7 million in illegal profits by purchasing and selling stocks based on his wife’s work conversations, which he had overheard while she was working remotely at home, federal prosecutors said on Thursday. The man, Tyler Loudon, of Houston, bought 46,450…

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How Fort Worth stacks up on list of cities with people who work from home

How Fort Worth stacks up on list of cities with people who work from home

[ad_1] Fort Worth has trash in its sights, and would like you get with the program — the composting program, that is. Recognizing that the city’s landfill was filling up with materials that could go elsewhere, Fort Worth has been seeking ways to divert materials that could be re-used, recycled, mulched, or composted. In 2019,…

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This is how many 'unretirees' are clocking in for work in Fort Worth, study finds

This is how many ‘unretirees’ are clocking in for work in Fort Worth, study finds

[ad_1] Developers tend to view the world as a place to tear down and build anew. But Arlington resident and longtime financial visionary Alan Petsche often has different ideas in mind. “A love for, and a respect of history,” he calls it. Petsche is the man responsible for thoughtful projects such as the restoration and…

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Marketing Strategies for Startups - business.com

Marketing Strategies for Startups – business.com

[ad_1] Examples of aggressive marketing Aggressive marketing can be achieved through several different strategies. Cold-calling and email campaigns are probably the best examples. Thus, it refers to the practice of soliciting potential customers who have never engaged with your brand to see if they would be interested in what you’re offering. Large banner ads, pop-ups…

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The Difference Between Unplugging and Recharging (and Why It Matters)

The Difference Between Unplugging and Recharging (and Why It Matters)

[ad_1] Years into what was eventually labeled a “burnout epidemic,” there are countless books, articles, and lectures about how to buck this trend, and achieve some sort of balance in your life. Although there are some notable exceptions, most materials and resources contain the same tips and advice—including that it’s necessary for us to unplug…

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Work from home or work from anywhere? What's your choice? Latest report you must check

Work from home or work from anywhere? What’s your choice? Latest report you must check

[ad_1] Work from anywhere jobs gained unprecedented popularity with the summer spark (Pic: Canva Pro/TIMES NOW DIGITAL) Work from home: Summertime wanderlust and vacation mood from April through June this year resulted in a gear shift in workers job preferences. The popularity of ‘Work from Anywhere‘ (WFA) shot to an all-time high, with 88 per…

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Costa Rica ONLY 100% Virtual Customer Service - Work from Home (Seasonal) - Job ID: 230104620

Costa Rica ONLY 100% Virtual Customer Service – Work from Home (Seasonal) – Job ID: 230104620

[ad_1] What qualifications do we need from you?  Minimum age: 18 years old. High School Diploma or equivalent. Have the right to work in Costa Rica. Strong communication skills in English and Spanish (both written and oral fluency) Proficient computer skills. The availability to work varying shifts from Monday to Sunday operating within 24 hours.…

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American who was kidnapped in Mexico headed back home after 8 months

American who was kidnapped in Mexico headed back home after 8 months

[ad_1] CNN  —  Monica De Leon Barba, a United States citizen who was kidnapped last November while walking home in Mexico, is being transported to the US after her captors set her free, according to FBI authorities in San Francisco. “The FBI is pleased to announce that Monica De Leon Barba is safe and en…

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IBM should cover work-from-home expenses, court rules

IBM should cover work-from-home expenses, court rules

[ad_1] IBM failed to properly cover work-from-home expenses incurred by employees during the COVID-19 pandemic, a state appellate court ruled, potentially creating a legal pathway for similar action against other companies. The 3-0 ruling Tuesday by the California 1st District Court of Appeal overturns a lower court decision in a class-action lawsuit involving thousands of…

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Airfares are falling, who's winning the work-from-home war, and the buzz over 'Barbie'

Airfares are falling, who’s winning the work-from-home war, and the buzz over ‘Barbie’

[ad_1] Hopper’s Hayley Berg gives “Nightcap’s” Jon Sarlin tips on when to book your next flight as airline fares drop. Plus, Korn Ferry’s Dan Kaplan says the hybrid work model will ultimately win the work-from-home battle. And TIME Magazine’s Eliana Dockterman shares the real reason “Barbie” could dominate the box office. To get the day’s…

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Should remote work employees get paid less?

Should remote work employees get paid less?

[ad_1] According to the minister, the decision on where employees work should be left to negotiations between employees and their bosses. “We want to see more people come back to work so that the CBDs (central business districts) can enliven, certainly, but more importantly, we want to see successful, prosperous businesses that can employ more…

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52 Best Prime Day Home Office Deals (2023): Laptops, Chairs, Webcams, and Standing Desks

52 Best Prime Day Home Office Deals (2023): Laptops, Chairs, Webcams, and Standing Desks

[ad_1] More than a decade ago, Steve Jobs likened the computer to a truck, suitable for the heavy lifting of serious work and intensive tasks. It holds true, even in 2023. Most of us who work at an office for a living still need the computer’s keyboard and multitasking abilities. If you’re ready for a…

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Australian Commonwealth public sector agrees to uncapped work-from-home days

Australian Commonwealth public sector agrees to uncapped work-from-home days

[ad_1] “These significantly improved and enforceable flexible work rights will open doors for individuals who were previously unable to consider APS employment, or had to leave because of a change in circumstances,” she said. Public service commission chief negotiator Peter Riordan said “this common condition is a significant step for the APS and would create…

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I work at Home Depot - we've taken extreme measures to stop theft but shoppers do anything they can to get to items

I work at Home Depot – we’ve taken extreme measures to stop theft but shoppers do anything they can to get to items

[ad_1] A HOME Depot employee has revealed the lengths that some thieves will go to steal merchandise, despite the store’s new anti-theft measures. The leaders of some of the country’s biggest retail stores have been sounding the alarm about the growing problem of theft in recent years, leading to a slew of new efforts to…

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5 small changes can lower home utility bills, raise savings and fatten wallets

5 small changes can lower home utility bills, raise savings and fatten wallets

[ad_1] Blasting the air conditioning to counteract stifling heat can provide much-needed relief this summer, but the utility bills that follow might not be as pleasant. The good news is you might have more control over your energy use than you think. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the price of electricity has been…

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