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I don't suppose you have a more err reputable source than Breitbart do you? It's not exactly known as the most honest conveyor of information.
no need the article links to the tweet from the company, and it tells you where you can see the article has been edited. If you dont trust breitbart they give you all the tools to verify for yourself what they are saying is true.
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$250 for a bottle of hand sanitizer? Online retailers urged to monitor price gouging

State AGs call on Amazon, Facebook and others to crack down on coronavirus price gouging

A group of 33 attorneys general from U.S. states and territories called on Amazon, eBay, Facebook, Walmart and Craigslist to prevent price gouging on coronavirus-related products.

The attorneys general urged the companies to take proactive measures to prevent price gouging on their sites, ”[r]ather than playing whack-a-mole.”

Amazon previously said it removed more than half a million “high-priced offers” from its marketplace for violating price gouging policies.
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52040579

After trying to force his 0-hour workers to keep his sports shops open, billionaire Mike Ashley has now suddenly taken £600+ out of his supporters' bank accounts at the most helpful time possible. For next season's tickets. Despite this season not even being resumed yet.
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Democrats delayed stimulus bill to insert tighter ban on Trump family profiting

The Senate was about to approve the largest recovery bill in U.S. history on Wednesday night when when Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer hit pause, realizing something was missing — tighter language limiting the money President Donald Trump and his family would get from the stimulus.

Democrats and Republicans had already agreed to revise a clause that would bar money from going to Trump family-owned businesses during the novel-coronavirus outbreak, but that update was not in the final printed legislation, according to two people familiar with the situation.
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