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Stanley Black & Decker to Sell Security Business for $3.2 Billion to Securitas

Longview News-Journal 08 Dec 2021
Headquartered in New Britain, Connecticut, Stanley Black & Decker, an S&P 500 company, is a leading $14.5 billion global diversified industrial with 56,000 employees in more than 60 countries who make the tools, products and solutions to deliver on its Purpose, For Those Who Make The World.
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FCC Should Adopt Rule Change Empowering Minority-Owned Media Businesses

Jacksonville Free Press 08 Dec 2021
Now is the time to publicly address the urgent issue of equal access, diversity, equity, and inclusion of Black-owned media in our nation’s communications industry ... and other minority-owned media cannot afford to be denied access to the rapidly evolving industry innovations.
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I was told I wasn't beautiful and will never be a queen - Miss Grand International 2020

Ghana Web 08 Dec 2021
Miss Grand International 2020, Abena Akuaba Appiah, has disclosed the obstacles she had to face as a black woman in the pageant industry ... Recounting her experience as a young black woman, Akua, in her farewell speech said she was described as 'not beautiful' and not fit to be a beauty queen.
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I have never felt unwelcome in Ghana – RMD

Business Ghana 08 Dec 2021
... and support throughout his career in acting.Together with the veteran highlife musician, Pat Thomas, RMD, was presented with a special ‘Black Star Honour’ award in recognition of his contribution to the creative arts industry at the 2021 Rhythms On Da Runway 2021.
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Black Sherif teams up with Burna Boy for ‘Second Sermon’ Remix

Joy Online 08 Dec 2021
Music fanatics have lost count of how many times Burna Boy has been spotted bumping to Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon’ hit song ... GRAMMY award-winning Burna Boy’s feature makes this song Blacko’s biggest collaboration yet since breaking through in the music industry.
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Bolder Industries acquires Indiana facility

Daily Camera 08 Dec 2021
Bolder Industries Inc., which converts used tires into carbon black, petrochemicals, steel and power, has purchased the former Pyrolyx facility in Terre Haute, Ind ... Bolder Industries plans to invest about $40 million into the first phase of the Terre Haute project and will add more than 40 new employees to operate the facility.
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Unlicensed short-term rental owners must act fast to house guests in ‘22

Aspen Times 08 Dec 2021
Mayor Torre emphasized his hope is the prohibition is lifted sooner than Labor Day, which is what he said will happen if city leaders can get a handle on the booming industry and find ways to regulate it ... Critics also cautioned that a ban will only expand the black market for short-term rentals in Aspen while those playing by the rules would suffer.
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Kim Kardashian ‘so humbled’ by People’s Choice 2021 fashion icon award

Irish Independent 08 Dec 2021
The reality star, 41, said she had daily “pinch me” moments and thanked her former husband, rapper Kanye West, for introducing her to the fashion industry. She appeared onstage to accept the award in a head to toe body fitting black ensemble, reminiscent of her Met Gala ...
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Below Deck fans react after Rayna Lindsey shares heartbreaking stories of racism

m&c 08 Dec 2021
Rayna didn’t hold back while sharing her experience with racism with deckhand Wes. Pic credit. Bravo ... Rayna and deckhand Wes O’Dell were having a casual conversation about yachting when he brought up the lack of Black people in the industry ... Pic credit ... One Twitter user declared it is hard to be a black woman in the United States ... Pic credit.
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Brooke Shields, 56, looks chic in a white blazer and pink turtleneck at Is There ...

The Daily Mail 08 Dec 2021
She recently opened up about being 'oversexualised' in the fashion industry when she was just fifteen years old ... The 56-year-old model oozed confidence as she posed at The Daryl Roth Theatre with her hand on her hip in a clinging baby pink turtle neck covered in sequins and loose-fitting black trousers.
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Paarl farmers charged with murder of suspected thief granted bail

Independent online (SA) 08 Dec 2021
National Prosecuting Authority spokesperson Eric Ntabazalila said they were granted bail of R5000 each ... Black Association of the Wine and Spirit Industry (Bawsi) president Nosey Pieterse said this was not the first time that farmworkers and people had died at the hands of farmers ... Local authorities must take responsibility.” ... Cape Times .
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Led Zeppelin's hellraising tour manager Richard Cole who 'escorted girls to hotel rooms' and 'kept ...

The Daily Mail 08 Dec 2021
Led Zeppelin rewrote the book on rock 'n' roll excess and extremes ... On a record-breaking monthlong tour of America in 1978, Cole was asked to hire a motorbike and a 10ft python. Rock 'n' roll king ... RELATED ARTICLES ... Leaving behind his hard-partying ways, Cole went on to work for Black Sabbath and Eric Clapton before quitting the music industry in 2003.
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Sensibill’s Barcode Report Explores Black Friday and Cyber Monday Spending

The Maryville Daily Times 07 Dec 2021
Sensibill, the only customer data platform designed specifically for the financial services industry, shares this month’s SensibillBarcode Report on consumer spending trends related to Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping, leveraging customer spend data, including SKU-level ...
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‘The Most Impressive Thing Was the Way You Treated Others’: Virgil Abloh’s Colleagues Pay Tribute ...

Rollingstone 07 Dec 2021
... the whole industry vibrated with grief. Abloh’s appointment as Louis Vuitton’s artistic director of menswear in 2018 marked a huge milestone for the industry, the first time a Black man had been named to that role.
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Black authors on New York Times top 10 book list draw backlash

The Grio 07 Dec 2021
The publishing industry has weathered accusations of racism in its publishing of, promotion of, and prestigious awards for all but a very select set of Black writers ... “The way the industry is set up, you’d think Black books don’t sell; you’d think that there are only a ...
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