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Yelp Says It Will Mark Pages of Businesses Accused of Racist Conduct

Yelp, the local search and review site, said it would post alerts on the pages of businesses where customers or employees have reported incidents of racism, the latest attempt by a U.S. company to introduce a tougher response system to confront discrimination after the police killing of George Floyd in May.

The company, which offers a platform for users to rate places like restaurants, small businesses and popular tourist sites, said in a statement Thursday that it would use a “business accused of racist behavior” alert when there was “resounding evidence” that a business owner or employee had taken racist actions, including the use of racist slurs or symbols. This alert will always link to a news article from a “credible media outlet,” Yelp said, without elaborating on which news organizations they considered to be credible or how it defined “resounding evidence.”

Yelp’s announcement raised questions about how the company

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Business Management Requires Fair and Clear Conduct, Not Corruption| National Catholic Register

Pope Francis urged financial leaders to be aware of the role that they will play in the rebuilding of the economy in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis told a group of investment bankers Monday that fair conduct and transparency are essential in the field of finance.

“Christian thought is not contrary in principle to the prospect of profit, rather it is contrary to profit at any cost, to profit which forgets man, makes him a slave, reduces him to one thing among things, a variable of a process that he cannot in any way control or which he cannot oppose in any way,” Pope Francis said Oct. 5.

“Business management always requires fair and clear conduct from everyone, which does not yield to corruption,” he said in the Vatican’s Paul VI Hall.

The pope met with managers and staff of the prominent Italian investment

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Business management requires fair and clear conduct, not corruption

.- Pope Francis told a group of investment bankers Monday that fair conduct and transparency are essential in the field of finance.

“Christian thought is not contrary in principle to the prospect of profit, rather it is contrary to profit at any cost, to profit which forgets man, makes him a slave, reduces him to one thing among things, a variable of a process that he cannot in any way control or which he cannot oppose in any way,” Pope Francis said Oct. 5.

“Business management always requires fair and clear conduct from everyone, which does not yield to corruption,” he said in the Vatican’s Paul VI Hall.

The pope met with managers and staff of the prominent Italian investment bank, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP), as the firm celebrates the 170th anniversary of its founding in Turin this year.

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Farmers.gov adds features allowing entities to conduct business online | East Feliciana

ALEXANDRIA — An update to farmers.gov provides access to farmers and ranchers who are members of an entity, as well as people and groups with powers of attorney to conduct online business with USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, a news release said.

Additionally, online services once available through the Conservation Client Gateway will be moved to farmers.gov in the coming weeks.

Self-service features were added to farmers.gov in June, and this latest update expands the scope to include farmers and ranchers who are members of an entity, as well as people with a power of attorney form (FSA-211) on file with USDA’s Farm Service Agency.

Now on farmers.gov, producers, entities and those acting on their behalf can securely interact with the conservation service, sign and download documents, and view conservation contract information. Once entity or power of attorney information is filed with the agency, farmers.gov automatically gives customers access to

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