Prota Fiori, The First Woman-Owned Sustainable Luxury Footwear Brand Made In Italy Is Now A Certified B Corp

Prota Fiori, a woman-owned sustainable luxury footwear brand sourced and made in Italy has achieved B Corp Certification. Founder and CEO Jennifer Stucko discusses the certification, founding of the company, how it sources its materials, works with its supply chains, growth plans. Check out full story here Source

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  4. A woman allegedly made anti-Asian remarks and pepper-sprayed four people in New York City over the weekend, authorities said.

  5. Extreme heat is forecast again for a large swath of the Mideast and Southeast on Wednesday, testing power grids and leaving more than 88 million people under heat warnings or advisories.

  6. Chile’s rainfall levels have dropped to record lows during a historic 13-year drought. See all that’s left on the cracked earth that was once a flourishing lake.

  7. Russian and Belarusian players will be allowed to compete at the 2022 US Open, the US Tennis Association (USTA) announced on Tuesday, despite Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine.

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  9. After the deadliest school massacre in almost a decade, two governors have committed at least $100 million to try to help prevent similar tragedies.

  10. While TikTok’s short-form videos are entertaining, that’s “just the sheep’s clothing,” a Federal Communications Commission official said, and the app should be removed from app stores because of security issues.

  11. The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack will enter a crucial fact-finding phase in August as it pursues new leads and revisits previously reluctant witnesses to prepare for more hearings in September.

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  20. The US Air Force on Tuesday tested an unarmed nuclear-capable long-range missile, according to the Air Force Global Strike Command.

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