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· UK lagging behind on mandatory face masks, warns Nobel scientist Venkatraman Ramakrishnan →
Nobel laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, one of the UK’s most prominent scientists and President of the Royal Society, on Tuesday warned that the country is lagging behind others in the mandatory use of face masks to prevent the rapid spread of coronavirus.
· Trump's may lose swing voters by asking the Supreme Court to strike down the Affordable Care Act →
President Trump’s decision to ask the Supreme Court to throw out the Affordable Care Act may alienate the independent voters who can swing the presidential election.
The Wall Street Journal
· U.S. Adds More Than 200,000 IT Workers in June →
Tim Herbert, CompTIA’s executive vice president for research and market intelligence, in a research note said IT employment gains last month were “generally positive, with continuing signs of momentum.” But he added that uncertainty is still a major concern.
· IOC told only a vaccine can save Tokyo 2021 as 12-month countdown nears →
Australian Olympic Committee president John Coates, who is the head of the IOC's Coordination Commission for Tokyo, said plans to celebrate the 12-month countdown for a second time were going ahead and backed the US Olympic & Paralympic Committee to field a team despite almost three million confirmed cases and more than 130,000 deaths.
· Fox News apologises for ‘mistakenly’ cropping Trump out of photo with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell →
Photo featuring future president and first lady alongside convicted paedophile and alleged accomplice has been widely distributed before
· Russia is killing US soldiers. Trump's response is a shameful dereliction of duty →
The American president is not looking out for the American people
· Shareholders awaiting Malaysia Airlines’ strategic plan, says Khazanah →
Former Petronas’ president and chief executive officer Wan Zulkiflee was appointed MAB Chairman effective July 1, 2020.
· US 'looking at' banning TikTok, other Chinese social media apps, says Pompeo →
During an interview on Monday with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham, Pompeo said that he and President Donald Trump are taking the reports seriously after he was told by the host that India had already banned the app and Australia is considering doing so.
· FICCI Frames 2020: Star’s Uday Shankar on how advertising revenue is the biggest bane of the Indian M&E industry →
Even as the Indian media and entertainment industry has grown by leaps and bounds on the back of digital proliferation, it continues to face challenges in certain areas, “The biggest bane of this industry especially for print, TV and digital remains its disproportionate dependence on advertisements,” Uday Shankar, president, The Walt Disney Company, APAC and chairman of Star and Disney India.
The New York Times
· Live Coronavirus Updates: Testing Demand in U.S. Soars →
Test results are expected for Brazil’s president after he showed symptoms of the virus.