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  • The great divergence: U.S. COVID-19 economy has delivered luxury houses for some, evictions for others
    Business
    Reuters

    The great divergence: U.S. COVID-19 economy has delivered luxury houses for some, evictions for others

    The boys’ mother, Shanell McGee, already had her cell phone switched off and feared she could soon face eviction from their $840-a-month apartment. Just 14 miles northwest of McGee’s neighborhood, Kiki Kullman is having one of the best years of her life. The real-estate business she runs with her family just sold the highest-priced house in its history: a 13,000-square-foot estate, listed for $4.5 million, that came with an elevator and a classic-car showroom.

  • Abdallah Al Abdeen: From a football player to a successful entrepreneur
    Lifestyle
    ED Times

    Abdallah Al Abdeen: From a football player to a successful entrepreneur

    Life is never predictable and really success does not come to you, you have to go and get it. One day you could be living a deprived life and the next day you could be the richest of all. Being from a destitute family and having an impoverished childhood has never defined a person’s future. […]

  • Microsoft Excel Gets a Major Upgrade, Users Can Now Add Live Custom Data Types
    Technology
    News18

    Microsoft Excel Gets a Major Upgrade, Users Can Now Add Live Custom Data Types

    With the addition of new live custom data type on Microsoft Excel, users would avoid the risks of copy and paste errors. Users can create custom data type with tools like Power BI and Power Query.