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· EU launches investigation into Google's $2bn purchase of Fitbit and could block deal →
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· Tropical Storm Isaias wreaks havoc up East Coast after destructive N.C. landfall →
Tropical Storm Isaias continued to wreak havoc up the East Coast on Tuesday morning as it ripped through Virginia with heavy winds and torrential rains and set its destructive path toward the Northeast.
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· Trump Assesses John Lewis’s Legacy: ‘He Didn’t Come to My Inauguration’ →
But conspiracy theorists have continued to question the death.
· Dunkirk star Aneurin Barnard says 'NOTHING shocks him' after working for Christopher Nolan →
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· Indigenous arrest rates are 'a national crisis', says Marcia Langton →
Prominent academic Marcia Langton says Black Lives Matter protests must continue to agitate for changes to reduce Indigenous incarceration and deaths in custody in a criminal justice system that is structurally racist.
· Ford CEO Jim Hackett stepping down →
Hackett has been CEO since 2017, and he will continue to advise Farley through March 2021, Ford said.
· Booking.com to Lay Off Up to 25% of Workforce as Pandemic Pummels Travel →
The move comes as the travel industry continues to suffer from an unprecedented drop in demand as both forced and voluntary restrictions on domestic and international travel prompt consumers to forgo long-distance travel plans.
· CityCats step in while Kangaroo Point loses its hop →
Lord mayor Adrian Schrinner said the addition of Holman Street to the CityCat route would be a short-term change while a review of the council’s old timber ferries continued.
· Zero coronavirus hospital deaths recorded in Merseyside for another day →
More positive news from the region's hospitals as death numbers continue to fall