Don’t let this robber crab anywhere near your stuff, or it’ll be gone
Don’t let this robber crab anywhere near your stuff, or it’ll be gone
Passengers on Southwest Airlines continued to deal with canceled flights and delays Wednesday, as the airline tried to recover from technology problems that started earlier this week. As of midmorning Central time, Southwest had canceled nearly 300 flights and more than 400 were delayed, according to tracking service FlightAware. Passengers took to Twitter to complain about long delays — and also report that Southwest's online sweepstakes promotion didn't seem to be working either.
DUBLIN, Jun 16, 2021--The "Oxygen Concentrators Market: Global Industry Analysis, Trends, Market Size, and Forecasts up to 2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
First Bank and Trust Company, a diversified financial services firm with assets of $2.5 billion, today announced the opening of its newest full-service office located at the Pinnacle in Bristol, Tennessee.
If Kawhi Leonard is out for any length of time, it’s a major setback for the Clippers who are trying to advance to the WCF for the first time.
Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. (NYSE: MMP) announced today that Michael Mears, chief executive officer, is scheduled to participate in a question and answer session about Magellan at the J.P. Morgan Energy, Power & Renewables Virtual Conference at 4:00 p.m. Eastern on Tuesday, June 22.
Moderna has emerged as a strong competitor after getting authorization for a coronavirus vaccine. But Moderna stock remains on a wild ride. Is Moderna stock a buy now?
Ukrainian police say they have uncovered a ring of computer hackers responsible for cyberattacks that targeted universities in the United States and firms South Korea, causing half a billion dollars in damage. A police statement on Wednesday said the hackers attacked four South Korean companies in 2019 with an encryption virus that blocked internal servers and employees’ computers. The statement also said the hackers this year targeted personal data and financial records at the Stanford University Medical School, the University of California and the University of Maryland.
While questioning FBI Director Christopher Wray about the Jan. 6 Capitol attack in a hearing on Wednesday, Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., said Ashli Babbitt, who was killed as she attempted to breach a set of doors in the Capitol during the Jan. 6 attack, was "executed" and that the officer who shot her was "lying in wait." In April, the Department of Justice cleared the U.S. Capitol Police officer who shot Babbitt of criminal wrongdoing in the shooting.
Croatian electric hypercar maker Rimac is exploring several options for its future, a spokesperson for the group said in response to a report outlining plans for an initial public offering next year. Germany's manager magazin earlier reported that Rimac, in which Volkswagen's Porsche unit owns a 24% stake, was planning an IPO in 2022 at a valuation of 5 billion euros ($6.1 billion), without disclosing where it obtained the information. "As for going public, we're considering different options, but it hasn't been decided which direction we'll go in," the Rimac spokesperson said.
There is a plan in place to expand the College Football Playoff from four teams to 12. How did college football get here? On the latest AP Top 25 College Football Podcast, Ivan Maisel, formerly of ESPN and about to become the lead writer of a new college football website called on3.com, joins the AP's Ralph D. Russo.
One example of a stock whose most recent dividend hike was surprisingly high is health insurer UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH), whose management recently opted to increase its quarterly dividend from $1.25 per share to $1.45. Does UnitedHealth Group's dividend remain safe? As a testament to its impressive economic moat, the company processed nearly a trillion dollars of gross billed charges during 2020 through its two business platforms -- Optum, an information and technology service provider, and UnitedHealthcare, its namesake health benefit provider.
Gwyneth Paltrow said she hates watching herself onscreen and recalled working with an "intimidating" scene partner at the Tribeca Festival on Monday.
(Bloomberg) -- Oil advanced after a fourth straight weekly decline in U.S. crude inventories and a surge in exports illustrated a global demand revival that’s expected to strengthen this summer.Futures rose as much as 1% in New York on Wednesday, while the global benchmark Brent headed toward the key, psychological $75-a-barrel level. U.S. crude supplies tumbled by more than 7 million barrels last week, while inventories at the nation’s biggest supply hub at Cushing, Oklahoma, fell to the lowest
The European Union must expect a further deterioration in relations with Russia even though ties have already sunk to their "lowest level", EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said on Wednesday. He said the 27-nation bloc must become more "robust and resilient" and apply a mixture of pushing back, constraining and engaging Russia to try to make the relationship with Moscow more stable and predictable. "The European Union needs to be realistic and prepare for a further downturn of our relations with Russia which are right now at their lowest level," Borrell told reporters.
MONTREAL, June 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- DAVIDsTEA Inc. (Nasdaq:DTEA) (“DAVIDsTEA” or the “Company”), a leading tea merchant in North America, is pleased to announce that it today obtained a sanction order (the “Sanction Order”) from the Québec Superior Court for its plan of arrangement (the “Plan of Arrangement”) under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (“CCAA”). As previously announced, DAVIDsTEA and DAVIDsTEA (USA) Inc., its wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary, will seek recognition of the
In a statement due just after the U.S. Federal Reserve announces the outcome of its own meeting, many expect the Brazil central bank to hint at a more aggressive tightening cycle, dropping commitment to a "partial normalization" of policy. Yields on Brazilian local debt are up some 250 basis points on average on JPMorgan's GBI-EM index. Noting the real's 5% appreciation since Brazil's May rate hike, Citi analysts wrote: "We expect BRL to trade well in the aftermath of the meeting, especially if they drop the "partial normalization" guidance."
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Michael Duncan says Black families like his are having to educate children in the city’s private schools. Parents in Queens, New York are loudly speaking out against the city’s Department of Education, alleging it has failed their children through mismanagement and neglect. In an exclusive report in The New York Post, families from District 29 — which includes the predominantly-Black neighborhoods of Hollis, Rosedale and Cambria Heights — note that its youngsters have long had low math and English proficiency rates under the city’s watch, despite high per-student spending.
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The government has extended a ban on commercial evictions until March 2022, in a move that marks a blow for retail landlords but welcome news for high street tenants. The government said this “is to ensure that the sectors who are unable to open have enough time to come to an agreement with their landlord without the threat of eviction”. The government had faced some calls for the moratorium on evictions, finishing at the end of the month, to be extended.