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Apple and Google are to create contact tracing technology aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus.

Apple and Google have announced they are working together to create contact tracing technology aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus. In a rare … Apple and Google are to create contact tracing technology aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus.
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Positive Coronavirus News – Tech News #PositiveCoronavirusNews

Tesla will reopen it’s New York factory ASAP to manufacture ventilators for Coronavirus patients. Business News Coronavirus News Positive Coronavirus News and Sports News from Mike Armstrong – See https://mikearmstrong.me/news For Business Advice follow the link or visit one of our Blogs: Entrepreneur Zone | King of Marketing | The Voice of Social Media | Networking Grapevine | British Business News |
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Another Great Online Business Networking Event with The Outstanding Network this morning!

This morning I attended another fantastic online Business Networking & Business Support Group Event with Pat Slattery @slatteryp and The Outstanding Network. Today we had the pleasure of hearing from Dave Browne from the Black Donnelley’s – A Dublin Band who are currently based in Las Vegas, USA who are two times Guinness World Record Holders, one of which was gigging 60 Times Across 50 States in 40 Days and a Documentary Movie of this achievement is available to watch on Amazon Prime and many other platforms – see link to download. This sounds like a great watch. especially for
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Entrepreneur News – Global Billionaires are all competing to see who can help us out the most over Coronavirus Catastrophy…

Tech billionaires are jostling to donate protective masks. Over the weekend a flurry of tech CEOs including Apple’s Tim Cook, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, and Tesla’s Elon Musk promised to deliver millions of masks to healthcare workers working on the front line to fight against the coronavirus. Panic buying means masks are in short supply even for hospital staff, so much so that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said last week that as a last resort healthcare workers should use a bandana or scarf. The World Health Organizationcautions that members of the public do not need to wear masks unless
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Saturdays update from Morning Brew – USA & Global News…

Good Saturday morning. In light of the severe economic downturn we want to send a message directly to those who’ve been recently laid off or who are feeling insecure about their employment situation: We see you, we are thinking of you, and we will be your companion every single morning until you’re back on your feet.   MARKETS NASDAQ 6,879.52 – 3.79% S&P 2,304.92 – 4.34% DJIA 19,173.98 – 4.55% GOLD 1,500.00 + 1.40% 10-YR 0.857% – 30.00 bps OIL 19.84 – 21.33% *As of market close U.S. markets: Wall Street locked the door and threw away the key on its worst week since 2008. With
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Create Your Dream Life: 5 Principles To Get It Done

Create Your Dream Life: 5 Principles To Get It Done Principles To Create Your Dream Life FROM THE DESK OF GRANT CARDONE:  You want to create your dream life?  We all want a dream life, right? You know it exists because you can dream about it. You can imagine the life that you know, deep down, you want. I too wanted a dream life, and so 6 years ago I wrote The 10X Rule, and since that time 10X has become a movement. Are you ready to become a part of it? I’m here today to tell you that dreams are made because of
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Inside Bloomberg’s bid to corner the OTT business news market as streaming wars intensify | The Drum

As Michael Bloomberg’s campaign to win the Democratic nomination and oust Donald Trump from the White House is taking off, his Bloomberg media empire is separately planning to become a major player in the video streaming wars. In a two-pronged push, Bloomberg Media, the mogul’s eponymous finance, data and media empire, is looking to put business programming at the heart of the streaming revolution through its new Bloomberg TV+ digital service and QuickTake by Bloomberg, a digital channel focused at a young business audience. QuickTake, which began life on social media, will launch as a streaming service early this year.
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Walmart in discussions to sell their stake in Asda

Walmart in discussions to sell the stake in Asda Walmart says it could sell a majority stake in Asda, its UK supermarket, after “incoming interest” in the idea. The US retail giant said it spoke to a “small number of stakeholders” about a possible investment. It comes after UK regulators blocked Walmart’s plan to merge Asda with Sainsbury last year for fear that it would raise prices for consumers. Walmart said it would likely keep a stake in Asda if the plan goes ahead. “No decisions have been made and we will not comment on these discussions further,” he said.
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JP Morgan economists warn of ‘catastrophic’ climate change 🌍💼📰

JP Morgan economists warn of ‘catastrophic’ climate change – Human life “as we know it” could be threatened by climate change, economists at JP Morgan have warned. In a hard-hitting report to clients, the economists said that without action being taken there could be “catastrophic outcomes”. The bank said the research came from a team that was “wholly independent from the company as a whole”. Climate campaigners have previously criticised JP Morgan for its investments in fossil fuels. The firm’s stark report was sent to clients and seen by BBC News. While JP Morgan economists have warned about unpredictability in
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US business levels fall sharply amid coronavirus 🇺🇸🌍📰

US business levels fall sharply amid coronavirus – Business activity in the US service sector fell last month for the first time since 2013, hurt by the coronavirus, according to a survey. The drop came amid a “notable worsening” in the services sector, which includes finance and retail, the IHS Markit research firm reported . New orders received by private sector firms also declined for the first time since 2009, it said. US financial markets fell sharply following the report. The latest IHS Markit/CIPS purchasing managers’ index data found that services business activity fell to 49.4, from 53.4 in January, while manufacturing
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