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Executives grapple with ripple effects of political turmoil

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Tex., is surrounded by applauding colleagues after he challenged the election certification of the state of Arizona as the 117th Congress holds a joint session to certify the presidential election results on Jan. 6. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)

Lawmakers who objected to election results have been cut off from 20 of their 30 biggest corporate PAC donors

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EMPLOYMENT Heather Desmarais has joined Westerly Community Credit Union as the Marketing Manager. She comes to WCCU with 10 years of marketing experience and received her Bachelor of Science degree in...

Silicon Valley braces for tougher regulation in Biden's Washington

One hundred cutouts of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg stand on the southeast lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., on April 10, 2018. They were put up by Avaaz, a global civic movement asking for Facebook to quickly ban bots and disinformation before midterm elections in November. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Michael Robinson Chavez

Long-simmering frustrations with Facebook, Google, Twitter and their digital peers threaten to unleash the most aggressive regulatory assault against the tech industry in its history.

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Etess leaves posts as adviser to Mohegans, CEO of Connecticut Sun

Mohegan Sun CEO Mitchell Etess works behind the scenes in the

Former top Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment executive had continued serving since retiring in 2015.

Businesses moving into former Ledyard Center School

Catalina Gladczuk works on stocking shelves Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021, at the new Catalina's Asian Grocery in Ledyard. The former Ledyard Center School building has been converted into space for businesses, and Catalina's is in the former nurses office. The first to open include a day care, a liquor store, an Asian market and a gym.  (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

The former school is now home to businesses ranging from physical therapy to an Asian market.

Walmart, Starbucks, Amazon and other corporate giants moving to speed up coronavirus vaccine rollout

The public-private efforts come as President Joe Biden has outlined his plans to combat the virus that has killed more than 400,000 Americans