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Chicago to reopen the Central Business District, Loop After Days of Closures – NBC Chicago

With phase three of the gradual reopening plan of the city set to will enter into force on Wednesday, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced that the the city’s central business district and Loop will reopen after being closed the audience for several days. The closings, decreed after looting, were unleashed in the downtown streets have been in effect for three …

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TUI, Boeing reach a covenant above 737 MAX grounding covenant

TUI AG said Wednesday that it had agreed on a compensation package and a new delivery agreement with Boeing Co. for its 737 MAX aircraft in the coming years, which will significantly reduce the capital and financing requirements for the travel company. TUI – which manages hotels, airlines and cruises, together with agencies that sell vacation packages – said that …

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Earn Lufthansa Q1 2020 amid the gloomy crisis

Lufthansa airplanes are parked on the tarmac of Frankfurt Airport, Germany. Ralph Orlowski | Reuters Lufthansa reported a substantial loss for the first quarter and said restructuring was necessary as its results were “significantly affected” by the Covid-19 pandemic. The German airline reported a net loss of 2.1 billion euros ($ 2.35 billion) for the first three months of the …

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Facebook and PayPal invest in the Indonesian company Gojek

Gojek drivers waiting for passengers in Indonesia. afif c. kusuma | Editorial iStock | Getty Images Facebook has invested in Gojek, an Indonesian horse transport and food delivery company. The U.S. tech giant didn’t want to reveal the size of its investment when contacted by CNBC, but Facebook said Tuesday evening in a blog post highlighting the company’s efforts to …

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Recession announcement “a sad day for Australia” – Sky News Australia

Recession announcement “a sad day for Australia” Sky News Australia Australia’s economy shrinks as recession looms over Bloomberg’s markets and finance Yes, Australia is in recession, but the worst is yet to come Greg Jericho The Guardian Australia will register its first recession in nearly 30 years on Sky News Australia Coronavirus live news: global deaths pass 380,000 as Australia …

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The Australian economy shrinks as recession periods loom: Bloomberg’s markets and finance

Australia’s economy shrinks as recession looms over Bloomberg’s markets and finance Coronavirus: Australia is ready for the first recession in thirty years BBC News Australia will register its first recession in nearly 30 years on Sky News Australia The Australian economy is in recession, the treasurer says after the first quarter GDP contracted Reuters Australia says recession is going on …

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Tuesday marks the sixth day of protests in Louisville: what we are seeing

IN THE PLAYERS ABOVE: Live – Protesters move through the HighlandsToday night marks the sixth night of the protests in Louisville as people continue to demand racial equality. People took to the center square and surrounding areas for almost a week demanding justice and transparency in several death cases involving black people, such as Breonna Taylor and, more recently, David …

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CDC presents the new COVID-19 classification system for cruise ships

Two and a half months after the cruise industry closes, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the world’s largest cruise lines almost agree on how to limit COVID-19 outbreaks on ships while cruises remain banned, the agency told Miami Herald Monday. The CDC is approaching the end of the review of the health and safety plans presented …

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Bank Of America is being born from its ashes – Looking for Alpha

Bank Of America is rising from its ashes in search of Alpha Bank of America promises $ 1 billion to deal with AOL racial and economic inequality Bank of America pledges $ 1 billion to help combat the racial inequality complex Bank of America pledges $ 1 billion to fight CNN’s racial inequality Bank of America pledges $ 1 billion …

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