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Three titans of the North American hemp industry on Monday announced they had joined forces to build out the U.S. hemp supply chain.Geoff Whaling is the Pennsylvania-based Chairman of the National Hemp Association who is credited with launching the first Hemp Industrial Park in the Southern Tier of New York State.Bruce Linton is the founder and former CEO of Canopy Growth Corporation (CGC), the world’s largest cannabis company and the first marijuana firm to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange.Tim Saunders was Canopy Growth’s executive vice president and chief financial officer.The trio —…

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Annual financial filings compiled by Axios Friday show that 10 of the nation’s top healthcare CEOs took home more than $300 million in combined pay in 2019, compensation that Sen. Bernie Sanders denounced as “outrageous” and indicative of the industry’s greed.

“While Americans continue to pay, by far, the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs, the top 10 healthcare CEOs made over $300 million in compensation last year,” tweeted Sanders, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate.

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Opera great Placido Domingo, who has been hit by sexual harassment claims, has withdrawn from planned appearances at the Royal Opera House, the London venue said Friday.

The 79-year-old performer, known as “the King of Opera”, had been due to perform in director Nicholas Hytner’s interpretation of Giuseppe Verdi’s “Don Carlo” in July.

But the Covent Garden venue said it had “mutually decided” with the Spanish singer that he will no longer take part.

“We would like to confirm that we have received no claims of misconduct against Maestro Domingo during his time at the Royal Opera House and are sympathetic of his reasons for stepping down,” it said in a statement.

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The New York Times explained Thursday that economic fears are surfacing as coronavirus is keeping people away from movie theaters, travel and other community activities. Their story specifically focused on the way that barbershops can forecast market instability. But it’s more than that. The Times is leaving out a lot of other economic instability that people aren’t taking into consideration.

“The outbreak has already caused factories to be closed, flights grounded and events canceled. Entire cities in Asia and Europe are nearly shut down. Apple, Mastercard, United Airlines and dozens of other companies have warned that the virus will hurt profits,” the Times reported.

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