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Southwest Airlines no longer cleans the armrests, seat belts between flights

Captain John W. Murray, CEO of Port Canaveral, on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the cruise industry. Southwest Airlines is no longer disinfecting the armrests between flights as it starts returning to a more normal reversal program. SOUTHERN AIRLINES ASKS PASSENGERS TO STOP DRINKING THEIR DELIVERY DURING FLIGHTS As of August 1, Southwest changed its sanitation policy between …

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Anthony Levandowski: former Google engineer convicted of theft

Copyright of the image AFP Caption of the image Anthony Levandowski has been fired from Uber A former engineer for Google’s self-driving car unit was sentenced to 18 months in prison for stealing trade secrets shortly before joining Uber. US District Judge William Alsup in San Francisco said Anthony Levandowski committed “the biggest commercial secret crime I’ve ever seen.” Levandowski …

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Passengers quarantined as a third cruise ship deal with a COVID: The Points Guy situation

Quarantined passengers as third cruise ship deal with a COVID The Points Guy situation Bahamas Paradise cruise staff work without pay, says Miami Herald The COVID-19 epidemic renews questions about the safety of cruise ships CBC News: The National Workers trapped on US cruise ship for months doing unpaid “forced labor”, complaint that Forbes Positive cases COVID-19 on Viking Star …

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Data from Novavax Phase 1 show that the coronavirus vaccine is safe and elicits an immune response

Novavax, Inc. released Phase 1 data from 131 volunteers on Tuesday showing that after two doses of the vaccine, participants developed neutralizing antibodies at levels on average more than four times higher than antibodies developed by people who recovered from Covid. -19. Neutralizing antibodies fight the virus that causes Covid-19. “Okay. This is really encouraging,” said Novavax president Dr. Gregory …

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Isaias scores tens of thousands of Mainers

BUGO AND I SEE IF IT REALLY STARTED TO COLLECT AS FAR AS THE WINDS OF THE LAST MINUTES OR THEREFORE. WE ARE RIGHT HERE ON ROUTE 25 AND ROUTE 11, AND YOU CAN SEE HERE THE FIRE TRUCK IS RIGHT HERE. SPEAK EXCLUSIVELY ABOUT FIRE CREW. THERE ARE TREES DOWN EVERYTHING ON ROUTE 25. THE ROAD IS CLOSED IN …

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Wynn Resorts quarterly revenue drops nearly 95%

Casino operator Wynn Resorts Ltd. suffered a nearly 95% loss in revenue for the quarter as the global gambling industry braces for prolonged coexistence with the coronavirus pandemic. Wynn Resorts said Tuesday that it lost $ 523 million in the three months ended June 30, up from about $ 219 million in operating income a year earlier. Wynn’s quarterly revenue …

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Former Google executive Anthony Levandowski was sentenced to 18 months for stealing self-driving car secrets

Controversial engineer Anthony Levandowski, who worked for the Google division that would become Waymo before founding the trucking company Otto and selling it to Uber, was sentenced to 18 months in prison for commercial secret theft during his various periods in the industry. autonomous driving. His sentencing closes the book on a multi-year legal saga resulting from Levandowski’s fast-growing and …

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Virgin Atlantic files for bankruptcy in the United States

The UK-based company filed for Chapter 15 bankruptcy protection in New York on Tuesday. Virgin Atlantic was not immune to the aviation pandemic problems. In July, the airline received a £ 1.2 billion ($ 1.5 billion) bailout deal to keep the airline’s solvent a few days before it had to resume passenger flights. The courier said that the recapitalization plan …

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Jim Cramer: “I can’t understand how stupidly bullish this market can be” – CNBC Television

Jim Cramer: “I can’t understand how stupidly bullish this market can be,” CNBC Television Jim Cramer: “I can’t understand how stupidly bullish this market can be” CNBC Stupidly bullish: Cramer’s “Mad Money” recap (Tuesday 8/4/20) TheStreet The Nikola title is “a victim of its own success,” says Jim Cramer, CNBC Television The electric vehicle bubble, minus Tesla, “has begun to …

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