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· General Electric: Losers Stay Losing →
With the large and multi-year negative impact of the coronavirus crisis on global air travel, it could be argued that the value of the unit has dropped by dozens of billions of dollars.
The New York Times
· DealBook: Is This the Next Big Deal to Fall Apart? →
• Nearly three dozen early Facebook employees criticized Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to not alter or block certain posts by President Trump.
The China Post
· Protests turn subdued after new charges in Floyd case →
More than a dozen deaths have been reported, though the circumstances in many cases are still being sorted out.
· Lebanon provides shelter to 35 homeless Ethiopian migrants →
In recent weeks, dozens of Ethiopian women have camped outside their consulate in Beirut.
· Yediyurappa govt heading into crisis? Amid reports of dissent, Siddaramaiah claims many disgruntled BJP MLAs met him →
Over a dozen party MLAs, mostly from north Karnataka met at senior MLA Umesh Katti’s city residence over food last Thursday as a part of tactic to mount pressure on BS Yediyurappa to expand the cabinet and offer them ministerial roles.
The China Post
· Dozens raided over hate comments on slain German politician →
BERLIN (AP) — German investigators on Thursday carried out raids on dozens of people suspected of posting hate messages about a regional politician from Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party who was killed last year.
· Heralding a new era in protein analytics →
The recently retired professor emeritus was responsible for dozens of employees in laboratories in Zurich and Seattle at the time.
· Nigeria's Nollywood gets creative in response to Covid-19 →
Dozens of film shoots have been put on hold or scrapped and the legion of workers in the industry -- from make-up artists to technicians to ushers -- are going unpaid.
· 'Human scum': North Korea says leaflets put Seoul pact at risk →
Operations at the liaison office have already been suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic, and Pyongyang has carried out dozens of weapons tests since the military agreement was signed.
· Football: LA Galaxy slams racist posts by wife of winger Katai →
As in dozens of cities across the United States, thousands have joined demonstrations in Los Angeles against racism and police brutality.