· BEST, Inc. (BEST) CEO Johnny Chou on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Extensive efforts were required to reopen facilities and allocate resources, and our operation only started to recover in early March.
· Future unclear for Powerhouse Museum and stadium upgrade →
The relocation of the Powerhouse to Parramatta has been projected to cost up to $1.1 billion by Infrastructure NSW, while the refurbishment of ANZ, also known as Stadium Australia, into a rectangular facility has been budgeted to cost $810 million.
· (3rd LD) S. Korea's virus fight in trouble amid new cluster, daily infections at 2-month high →
A total of 82 cases have been traced to the facility operated by e-commerce company Coupang as of 11:00 a.m.
· Malaysia in good position to benefit from Japan’s economic stimulus package, says ambassador →
“This means, instead of putting all the production facilities in one country, diversifying the production bases will make production processes less vulnerable (to disruption due to any future infectious diseases),” he said, adding that Japan’s subsidy programme doesn’t have any particular country in mind at the moment.
· Semtech Corp (SMTC) CEO Mohan Maheswaran on Q1 2021 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Everynet is working with its partners to deliver LoRaWAN solutions over a secure wireless IoT network to connect urgent care facilities in Spain.
· Dishcraft Robotics is using robots to save reopening restaurants from creating more waste →
Dishcraft currently works out of a cleaning facility in San Carlos, Calif. and will use some of the capital it raised to expand the facility as it builds out its to-go solution for cleaning reusable containers.
· AFP sued by WorkCover over culture of bullying and harassment →
Contractor Adrian East, who worked as a facility manager at the AFP’s Latrobe Street headquarters from 2007 to 2013, alleges the bullying aggravated his cardiac condition and led to numerous “severe” mental health ailments, including depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.
· (2nd LD) Logistics center-linked virus cases snowball to 82, further spread in store →
All employees at the facility who had contact with the patient were put under self-isolation, Coupang said, adding that the facility has been shut down.
· Another cluster infection rekindles need to return to strict quarantine scheme →
At least 82 cases have been traced to the facility, and more related cases are feared to come down the road.
· 11 new Covid-19 cases, all returnees →
Since February, 128 cases, mostly Thais, were detected at quarantine facilities - or 0.47% of all quarantined people, Dr Taweesilp said.