“What” in the news
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· IAF chief exclusive: Rafales arriving July-end; Air Force prepared to counter any threat including two-front war →
What do you think about the Space Command?
The China Post
· Fires, looting rock Minneapolis after man’s death; 1 dead →
On Wednesday night, officers responding to a reported stabbing near the protests found a man lying on the sidewalk with what turned out to be a bullet wound, Elder said.
· Escalating Tensions, Calm Markets →
Recall that over the past weekend, the UK confirmed what had been hinted, namely that the UK will gradually reduce the presence of Huawei in its 5G carve-out of the next few years.
· VFC: Affordability Remains King →
While this crisis could take quite a bit of time to dissipate, if schools open again in the Fall, then VF Corp could regain much of what they lost in the back-to-school season.
· England women’s cricket team come face to face with new rivals Germany ... on Zoom →
That was slightly more one way: both Knight and Shrubsole admitted to knowing very little of women’s cricket in Germany, and were curious as to what was on offer in terms of facilities (sports halls and astro-turf wickets) and how often they trained (one weekend a month).
· Interview | Corporates today don't have agility of startups to innovate, execute: Microsoft’s Lathika Pai →
“It’s no longer the big eating the small, but it’s the fast eating the slow.” Pai talks about the current state of the startup ecosystem, existing role of large enterprises, what it takes to develop successful global accelerator models like Y Combinator in India and more in an interaction with Financial Express Online.
· It's Time To Buy Some Invesco →
What makes IVZ an exciting investment opportunity is its straightforward business.
· Boris Johnson may want us to 'move on', but we will never forgive or forget the Dominic Cummings affair →
What worries me is that Boris Johnson is willing to embarrass his cabinet by put them into the uncomfortable position of having to back this appalling decision not to sack this man.
· Barrick: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You More - Part 2 →
Moody's noted in 2016 that all that excess capex had not even come close to delivering what was promised by the sector.
· Did Trump win? Election Day could drag into election week if mail-in votes delay results →
State election officials in some key battleground states have recently warned that it may take days to count what they expect will be a surge of ballots sent by mail out of concern for safety amid the pandemic.