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· Wedbush recommends buying the dip in Cloudera →
Ives notes the company and its investors have been through a hurricane-like storm over the past year as Cloudera has tried to successfully integrate the Hortonworks deal, while navigating a choppy Hadoop market.
· CMBS Delinquency Rate Spikes By Most On Record →
In California, the state has made a deal with some hotel chains that would be otherwise shut down to house the homeless during the pandemic.
· He lost his job to the pandemic. Now helping NYC's homeless is his full-time work. →
Not only are homeless people more exposed to the virus, Conner said, but they are also dealing with discrimination from people who assume they have COVID-19.
· George Floyd protests: Number of US arrests tops 10,000 →
It is not known how many of the people arrested were locked up, a problem at a time when many of the nation’s jails are dealing with coronavirus outbreaks.
· AFL close to extending TV deal with Seven as Foxtel holds out for discount →
The AFL is on the brink of securing a two-year extension of its television rights deal with Seven West Media at a reduced price but pay TV operator Foxtel is holding out for an even bigger discount.
· Azmin calls for stronger Asean+3 collaboration to develop Covid-19 vaccine →
“The strategic collaboration between governments and the private sector is indeed a manifestation of the Asean theme this year, which is to act in a ‘cohesive and responsive’ manner in dealing with the challenges,” he said.
· Russia struggles to clean up Arctic river fuel spill →
Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered a state of emergency to deal with the disaster.
· Amazon in talks to buy US$2b stake in Indian telco Bharti Airtel, say sources →
The talks between Bharti and Amazon are at an early stage and the deal terms could change, or an agreement may not be reached, said two of the three sources, all of whom declined to be identified because the discussions are confidential.
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· DealBook: Is This the Next Big Deal to Fall Apart? →
It looks even more expensive after the pandemic, and now LVMH is weighing whether to press for the deal to be re-priced.
· Bharti Infratel board to meet on June 11 for final call on merger with Indus Towers →
Market watchers note that the delay in completion of the deal and the multiple extensions is a blow to Vodafone Idea, which has to cough up staggering Rs 58,000 crore in statutory dues to the government and had been eyeing about Rs 5,500 crore from stake sale in Indus Towers.