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TikTok is not banned thanks to Oracle & # 39 ;s Deal: Good News Too Fast (NYSE: FSLY)

This weekend, giant technology giant Oracle (ORCL) and the world's largest retailer Walmart (WMT) announced a "provisional approval by the US government" for an agreement with TikTok owner ByteDance (BDNCE), which would prevent TikTok from being banned in the US Here's why Fastly (FSLY) shareholders should welcome that development. Image source: Geralt via PixaBay Preliminary approval should prevent TikTok from …

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Coronavirus latest: Long-haul aircraft that are riskier than expected, says CDC paper

US President Donald Trump said he expected a coronavirus vaccine to be available to every American by April, a more optimistic prognosis than many US government researchers. On Friday, Trump insisted he often knows more about such issues than experts like Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sterling fell and British government bond prices pushed …

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After a stormy month of news, Biden maintains national leadership over Trump

Democratic US presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden talks to union carpenters and journalists during a campaign event at the Jerry Alander Carpenter Training Center in Hermantown, a suburb of Duluth, Minnesota, September 18, 2020. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters WASHINGTON – After a month of political conventions, new controversies, more protests and more coronavirus deaths, the 2020 presidential …

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Pure Power, No Thanks to Al Gore

Here's a fun game. Ask an environmentalist about his best action plan to combat climate change. You will probably get a quick response that calls for a carbon-neutral or net-zero emissions clean energy economy, usually by 2050, in accordance with the Paris Climate Agreement. OK, now ask if he is for nuclear power, which has zero carbon emissions, at which …

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UN General Assembly in the time of Covid-19

It is also the UN's 75th anniversary, but the large crowds, handshakes and kisses on the cheek will be gone during the annual frenetic diplomatic bash. "The COVID-19 pandemic is a crisis that is different from any in our lives, and so this year's General Assembly session will also be different from anyone else," host UN Secretary-General Antomio Guterres said …

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A New York clock that tells the time now tells the time that is left

For more than 20 years, the Metronome, which includes a 62-foot-wide 15-digit electronic clock facing Union Square in Manhattan, has been one of the city's most prominent and astonishing public art projects. the display once told the time in its own unique way, counting hours, minutes and seconds (and fractions thereof) to and from midnight. But for many years, observers …

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The Overlooked Talent Pool: Women reentering the Workforce

One of the biggest untapped sources of talent today is the pool of women returning to the workplace. Smart companies can leverage this resource to help both the corporate culture and the bottom line. How to do it: If you are in a position of leadership with the power to hire, make an effort to consciously seek out applicants who …

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Forest fires, trade war, COVID-19: The global wine harvest in 2020 may decline as the most challenging yet

In mid-August, in Burgundy, masked workers began venturing into vineyards, carefully socially distanced, to begin picking grapes. It was the beginning of one of the earliest harvests of the last 650 years, and it is now ending. The 2020 autumn looks quite different in many places around the world, much of it due to climate change: scorching heat and deadly. …

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