· The NBC Political Unit's Senate primaries and run-offs to watch →
In Texas, a federal judge ruled that all registered voters should qualify for a mail-in ballot during the pandemic — the state Attorney General is reviewing the order.
· GM seen struggling with Cruise R&D →
Ark Invest weighs in on General Motors (GM +6.5%) announcement last week covering its next-gen driver assistance software Ultra Cruise for city streets.
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“I expect we’re going to see pretty significant increases in what I call unhealthy alcohol use, which means drinking above recommended limits,” said Dr. Sarah Wakeman, an addiction medicine doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
· Jio Platforms' overseas listing: Mukesh Ambani's RIL prepares for digital biz IPO outside India →
KKR & Co. last week became the latest investor piling into Jio Platforms after Ambani sealed deals with Facebook Inc., Silver Lake Partners and General Atlantic recently.
· ‘No denying it’: Russia sent warplanes to Libya to back Haftar, claims US →
US Air Force General Jeff Harrigian warned European nations growing increasingly chummy with the Kremlin that a Russian presence in Libya could pose a long-term security challenge by potentially giving it the ability to curtail military actions by other countries in North Africa.
· Beyond Meat Is Arguably The Most Overvalued Food Company In History →
The most recent Form 4 filing, just last week, was from none other than BYND’s General Counsel Teri Witteman which brings us to the legal issues facing the Company.
· Health Catalyst - Helping Health Care Providers Manage Through The Covid-19 Crisis →
General and administrative expense rose by 30%.
· Mammoth Energy: The Integrated Model Will Help Beat The Odds →
However, the company continues to reel from the consequences of its dealing with FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) after its role was questioned by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security's Inspector General.
· SC issues notice to Centre, RBI on plea against interest on loans during moratorium →
Tushar Mehta, Solicitor General, also obtain instructions in the meantime,” the bench said in its order and posted the matter for hearing next week.