“Open” in the news
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· Apple Hospitality REIT: Patience Is A Virtue →
The REIT recently opened books on its Q1/2020 which overall was much better than expected, with some bright spots investors should know about.
· Our suicide research is clear: Australia needs more urgent action to address the Covid-19 fallout →
Rather bizarrely, given the commonwealth’s previous investments in 2019 in a national campaign (#YouCanTalk), we are now being cautioned against open discussion of suicide or the scale of the challenge we face.
· Why is Trump so restrained about the Biden sexual assault allegation? →
Michael Steele, former chairman of the Republican National Committee, added: “Trump, if nothing else, knows how to read his audience: ‘No, they’re not going to buy anything I sell on this point.’ There’s no need to even open that Pandora’s box because it’s a Pandora’s box for him, not Joe Biden.
The China Post
· Asian shares climb, Tokyo gains on hopes for reopening →
Investors are betting, despite concerns over the risks of reigniting outbreaks of the virus, that the economy and corporate profits will begin to recover from the pandemic as the U.S. and countries around the world slowly open up again.
· Japan insect enthusiast puts cricket ramen on the menu →
Shinohara and his team had planned to open an insect cuisine restaurant named Antcicada in downtown Tokyo in April, but were forced to put it on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The China Post
· China denies using virus to grow presence in South China Sea →
Spending this year will total 1.3 trillion yuan ($180 billion), according to the website of the National People’s Congress, the ceremonial parliament that opened its annual session Friday.
· AFL releases fixture for first four rounds of restarted season →
And the AFL has left the door open for a potential return of crowds in some capacity – if it's allowed by the health authorities.
· A massive database of 8 billion Thai internet records leaks →
Paine alerted AIS to the open database on May 13.
· Japan to end Tokyo's state of emergency →
That would allow libraries and museums to reopen, and restaurants to stay open until later in the evening.
The Japan Times
· Purpose, respect, fairness: The 3 ingredients for happiness at work →
I’d say about a third of CEOs understand that “if I treat my people great, they’re going to treat my customers great.” Another third is what we call the curious CEOs; who are open to the idea but see it as a risk.