July 13, 2020         
Building AQuisition Partners United Begins Revitalization of Chicago Communities   •     Pfizer Pledges $100 Million to New Industry Fund to Help Fight Growing Threat of Antimicrobial Resistance   •   Karmina: The Black Dragon Princess   •   Hilton Announces Second Quarter 2020 Earnings Release Date   •   Genentech Provides Update on Phase III Study of Tecentriq in Women With Advanced-stage Ovarian Cancer   •   Hair Cuttery Under New Ownership Safely Reopens 500 Salons   •   Corporate Social Responsibility Related News Releases and Story Ideas for Reporters, Bloggers and Media Outlets   •   The HeroZona Foundation's Bridge Forum 'Time for Change' Returns for Part Two of Equality Series   •   World Population Day 2020: DKT International Addresses Global Supply Chain Disruption, Shipping and Distribution Delays, Limited   •   Wells Fargo Names Kristy Fercho to Lead Home Lending   •   30Th Anniversary of the Oka Crisis   •   NAWBO Chicago Names First Latina President; Elizabeth Colón Has Been an Advocate for Women Since Childhood   •   Dixon, Honda Now Three for Three with Road America Victory   •   MillionaireMatch Releases Findings Showing Top Qualities and Traits Among Matches   •   Horizon Bank and FHLB Dallas Provide $36K Grant to Assist Workers Impacted by the Pandemic   •   Dinosaurs Roaring, Carousel Spinning as World's Largest Children's Museum Re-opens to the Public   •   KCP Distributes KOCOWA on Cox   •   Spin Master, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, and WayForward Announce Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia   •   Nation's Largest Small Business Coalition Announces Partnership with Latino Business Action Network   •   Statement by the Prime Minister on Imamat Day

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