· Racing at Newcastle leads way as professional sport returns →
As well as an opportunity to attract new fans, Monday’s 10-race card in the north-east will come as an immense relief for the tens of thousands whose livelihoods depend on racing, above all the freelancers – jockeys included – who have not earned a penny from their trade for nearly three months.
· Semiconductor industry lobbies for billions - WSJ →
The Semiconductor Industry Association, a trade group, is lobbying for $37B in federal funding that would include subsidies for the construction of a new chip factory, aid for states trying to attract semiconductor investment, and an increase in research funding, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing a draft of the proposals that it viewed.
· The Retiree's Dividend Portfolio - Jane's April Update: Looking More Like A Return To Normalcy →
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· Ely Gold Royalties: Don't Chase The Stock Here →
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The China Post
· Long-haul carrier Emirates says it fires staff amid virus →
Ramping up activity at both Emirates and Dubai International Airport is crucial for Dubai, which created itself as a vital hub for the free movement of trade, people and money worldwide — all things that have been disrupted by the pandemic.
· Brave Isn't Moving BAT Token Prices The Way Many Hoped →
Despite being named as one of the most promising tokens for 2020, BAT has struggled to please since, as it continues to trade in a consolidation range for the 9th month now.
· Unilever: A Consumer Products Champion →
However, stripping out goodwill and other indefinite-life intangible items, such as trade marks, the ROIC is actually closer to 80%.
· Chinese ambassador pays poetic tribute in conjunction with 46th ‘birthday’ of Malaysia-China ties →
He added that he looked forward to China and Malaysia working together to surmount the economic gloom in the face of the Covid=19 pandemic, .forging ahead with flagship projects such as East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) and “Two Countries, Twin Parks” initiative to optimise trade structure and to expand the scale of trade while enhancing infrastructure development and connectivity towards transforming Malaysia into the logistics hub of Southeast Asia.
· CMCO: Butterworth restaurant ordered to close for not complying with SOPs, say police →
The operation was conducted by police jointly with the Seberang Perai City Council (MBSP), Ministry of Health (MOH) and Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP).
· Peter Rushton obituary →
A committed trade unionist, Peter never aspired to managerial positions.