· NetApp, Inc. (NTAP) CEO George Kurian on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
And to help continue the education of our younger generation, our cloud solutions have been rapidly adopted in the last few weeks alone by many new state, local and education customers to support VDI for telework and remote classrooms.
The China Post
· UN: Virus could push 14 million into hunger in Latin America →
Latin America’s economies are in a bind, not able to borrow as freely as their European counterparts, making painful budget cuts, slashing jobs, shuttering embassies and putting state employees on part-time working schedules.
· Plantronics, Inc. (PLT) Interim CEO Bob Hagerty on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
As we have stated in the past, we don't expect to have any covenant issues in fiscal '21.
· Workday, Inc. (WDAY) CEO Aneel Bhusri on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Unless otherwise stated, all financial comparisons in this call will be to our results for the comparable period of our fiscal 2020.
The Japan Times
· Experts who helped keep Japan’s COVID-19 death toll low say masks helped →
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ended the national state of emergency Monday, as cases had tailed off.
· Pompeo advisor at center of personal errand probe asks former staffers to support secretary →
Shortly before he was fired, State Department Inspector General Steve Linick was looking into allegations Pompeo senior advisor Toni Porter was asked to walk the secretary’s dog, pick up his laundry and make dinner reservations for both he and his wife, Susan, NBC News reported.
· 'Misfit' miler was first to break four-minute barrier on US soil →
Bailey never recovered from the overwhelming events in Melbourne and returned to Washington State.
· Mother who gave birth while in virus-induced coma takes daughter home →
The GOP convention is currently scheduled for Aug. 24-27 in a state which recently reported its highest number of new cases in a single day.
· Minneapolis protests erupt over black man's killing by police →
On Tuesday, the Hennepin County Attorney's Office said it would make a charging decision after the state's Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and the Federal Bureau of Investigation conclude their investigations.
The New York Times
· The Giant 'Murder Hornet' Resurfaces in British Columbia →
Since those initial troubling discoveries — the aggressive hornet’s first apparent foray into North America — American biologists have been placing traps throughout northwestern Washington State, while field workers in British Columbia focused traps along the border with the United States and in the community of White Rock.