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· Amazon to provide cloud computing curriculum for 7 universities in India →
Rahul Sharma, President, India and South Asia Public Sector, Amazon Internet Services said that a cloud-ready workforce in India will enable technology-led growth and will drive innovation at a higher pace and create impact.
· Lee Tomlin: Injury worries mean forward was 'not fit to start' for Cardiff →
Tomlin, 31, scored his eighth goal of the season to earn Cardiff a win over Derby that keeps the Bluebirds in the driving seat for a play-off spot.
· How Huawei Landed at the Center of Global Tech Tussle: QuickTake →
Already in 2012, a report by the U.S. House Intelligence Committee tagged Huawei and ZTE Corp. as potential security threats; the Federal Communications Commission designated them as such this year, a step toward driving them from the U.S. market.
· What to watch on Wednesday: ‘United We Fall’ on ABC →
(ABC at 10) The team gets closer to disaster with Yo-Yo as their only hope after Zephyr’s time drive malfunctions.
· All 11 Pro Sports Teams in Greater L.A. Unite for Social Justice →
Los Angeles (July 14, 2020) – In a collaboration to pursue change in communities of color and develop meaningful programs, the 11 professional sports organizations in greater Los Angeles have joined together to launch The ALLIANCE: Los Angeles, a comprehensive five-year commitment to drive investment and impact for social justice through sport.
· 'We are shattered': Tributes flow for young Perth father who died on WA mine site →
Michael Johnson was killed when the loader he was driving veered off the edge of a slope and fell about 25 metres down a void at Saracen Mineral Holding’s Dervish underground mine, about 120 kilometres north-east of Kalgoorlie.
· Today in White Sox History: July 14 →
Frank Thomas broke Luke Appling’s team record for career RBIs when he drove in his 1,117th.
· The Short Squeeze: Will the rush for gold continue? →
In this week's podcast, The Age's Alex Druce is joined by IG market analyst Kyle Rodda to discuss the spectre of wider lockdowns in Australia, what US reporting season might offer up, what is driving the upward price of both gold and iron ore and what this week's Australian jobs data might point to.
· Edward Colston statue replaced by sculpture of Black Lives Matter protester →
Shortly after the vehicles drove away, Reid stood in front of the statue with her fist in the air.
· ESSA Bancorp: Credit Costs Likely To Cancel Out First Half's Earnings Growth →
Further, auto loans made up around 4% of total loans, which will likely drive provision expense in the second half of the year.