· Alphabet: Here's What Every Investor Should Be Monitoring →
This has drawn tens of millions of content creators, hoping to make it big on the platform while developing their own brands and businesses.
· Since lockdown began, autistic and learning disabled people like my sister Raana have been cast aside →
It is what we feared, but hoped would not happen.
· 'Waves of mysterious meaning': Mark Rothko murals at Tate Modern – video →
Masterpieces of both tragedy and inexplicable hope, the iconic murals were gifted to the UK in 1970.
· Covid-19 spilling out of hospitals and care homes, says UK expert →
It also explains, to some extent, why mortality figures ended up being higher than we had hoped,” he added.
· Coronavirus: Swans and Bluebirds return to contact training →
Rugby's Pro14 hopes to return to action on 22 August when teams from the same nation will play against each other before the season is concluded via semi-finals and a final.
· Host Hotels sees some green shoots →
Host Hotels & Resorts (NYSE:HST) hopes that the occupancy declines caused by the COVID-19 pandemic hit bottom in April, according to its presentation at the 2020 REITweek Virtual Investor Conference.
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· Gov. Newsom on George Floyd Protests: More National Guard Troops to Be Sent In →
In many cities, including Los Angeles and San Jose, volunteers returned to sites of vandalism and looting to clean up, in hopes that the movement won’t be defined by destruction.
· Greenback's Slide Continues →
Oil is moving higher amid hopes of an extension of OPEC+ cuts, with the July WTI contract at new three-month highs near $36.25.
· Firefox update: Browser will now recommend stories from Pocket in your tabs →
The companies are hoping that the result will be a “unique alternative” to other news feeds which are generally curated by an algorithm, with users potentially seeing outlets that “might be outside their normal reading channels”.
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· Office Towers Are Still Going Up, but Who Will Fill Them? →
Mr. Irgens hopes to ride out the pandemic and continue with other projects.