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by | July 02, 2020 | 20:59

All of the recalled products contain iceberg lettuce, red cabbage, and carrots, and are produced at the Fresh Express facility in Streamwood, Ill. The recalled brands included Fresh Express as well as earlier recalled store brands Aldi Little Salad Bar, Giant Eagle, Hy-Vee, Jewel-Osco Signature Farms, ShopRite Wholesome Pantry, and Walmart Marketside.

by | July 02, 2020 | 11:27

The Tiguan R looks just as athletic on the inside, with sports seats, a flat-bottomed R-badged steering wheel and exclusive dashboard trim. Volkswagen Tiguan facelift: What's new on the outside? You'll have to look very far forward, though, because the updated Tiguan isn't going to hit our shores until Fall 2021.

by | July 02, 2020 | 00:57

Investors will seek signs of demand recovery in weekly inventory data due on Tuesday from the American Petroleum Institute industry group and from the USA government on Wednesday. Oil prices fell over 1 percent on Tuesday as optimism for a recovery in fuel demand faded and investors weighed a possible return of Libyan oil production.

by | July 02, 2020 | 00:26

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down a law shielding the director of the Consumer Finance Protection Board from being fired at will by the president. "Instead of placing the agency under the leadership of a board with multiple members, Congress provided that the CFPB would be led by a single director, who serves for a longer term than the president and can not be removed by the president except for inefficiency, neglect or malfeasance.

by | July 01, 2020 | 21:56

Meanwhile, retail giant Walmart also announced bonuses to its employees, which include Walmart store and Sam's Club associates, supply chain and office employees, truck drivers and assistant managers. For Amazon Flex drivers, Amazon said it will pay $150 for those who have more than 10 hours in June. Amazon said in April it expected to spend around $4 billion on coronavirus-related expenses, including employee testing and increased wages.

by | July 01, 2020 | 20:10

Tuesday's meeting lasted for around 12 hours and the discussions reflected the commitment of both sides to reduce the tensions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). Chinese side also suffered a massive casualties but they did not reveal their figures. A day after the second round of marathon talks on June 22, an Indian army source had said there was a "mutual consensus to disengage" and the modalities had been discussed.

by | July 01, 2020 | 08:57

The company noted that air traffic would not recover to pre-crisis levels until 2023. The overall tally includes another 900 job cuts planned before the crisis at its Premium AEROTEC unit in Germany. Unions pledged to resist cuts across the board. "Today the management will announce their intentions, then discussions will continue", union representative Michel Pierre said.

by | July 01, 2020 | 04:22

The DIP financing will provide Chesapeake the capital necessary to fund its operations during the Court-supervised Chapter 11 reorganization proceedings. "This filing has been a long time coming", Beeker said. Founded in 1989, it would take more than a decade for Chesapeake to become one of the most-influential and well-known companies in the USA shale sector.

by | July 01, 2020 | 01:16

Investissement Québec will act as a debt provider. Cirque, responsible for many blockbuster Las Vegas as well as touring circus arts shows, had suspended performances in March because of both pandemic stay-at-home orders and lack of demand for large venue shows.

by | June 30, 2020 | 22:07

The liquor giant spent $94.9 million on Facebook advertising in the US alone in 2019, according to estimates by analytics platform Pathmatics. The boycott is the latest front in a growing clash over Big Tech's role in policing political speech, with the left pushing for more restrictions on content and the right accusing internet giants of anti-conservative bias.

by | June 30, 2020 | 20:39

The law was passed at the 20th session of the Standing Committee of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) on Tuesday. The Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the HKSAR also released a statement on Tuesday, voicing its support for the adoption of the law and the decision to list it in Annex III to the HKSAR Basic Law .

by | June 30, 2020 | 18:43

The Quebec government's investment and lending arm, Investissement Quebec, is providing US$200 million of the US$300 million in new capital proposed by the TPG-led group. The move, which was announced on Monday in a statement, means the famous Quebec-based circus and some of its affiliated companies have filed for protection from creditors under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act in Quebec Superior Court.

by | June 30, 2020 | 17:10

Critics have long accused Beijing of chipping away at that status, but they describe the security law as the most brazen move yet. A draft of the law has yet to be published. The law requires the setting up of a national security office under the direct control of the ruling Chinese Communist Party in Beijing to oversee the implementation of the law and provides for mainland Chinese state security police to have a base in the city, in contravention of an article in the city's mini ...

by | June 30, 2020 | 15:29

Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook also would add tags to posts that are "newsworthy" but violate platform rules - following the lead of Twitter , which has used such labels on tweets from Trump. Starbucks has not announced a time frame for its advertising suspension. The social-media giant makes almost all of its revenue from advertising. Vancouver athletic wear companies Lululemon Athletica Inc., Mountain Equipment Co-op and Arc'teryx and New Brunswick-based Moosehead ...

by | June 30, 2020 | 12:33

Protesters have demanded greater autonomy from the local government even as China has moved ahead with the new security law. Beijing has defended the law by arguing such a measure is needed to restore stability to Hong Kong, which has been rocked by sometimes violent protests over the previous year stemming first from a now-shelved extradition bill and general dissatisfaction with Beijing's heavy-handed governance.

by | June 29, 2020 | 20:56

The company, which had been "steadily reducing its reliance on the social media giant over the past two years", according to The New York Times , is estimated to have spent a relatively modest $947,100 on Facebook in the U.S.in 2019. The social network has been less aggressive than competitors Twitter and Snap in responding to what employees and advertisers say are harmful posts from US President Donald Trump, as well as incendiary content that goes viral.

by | June 29, 2020 | 15:52

The post has been shared by tens of thousands of people. The GoFundMe has raised just over $21,000 because it was initially posted on Tuesday. A Starbucks barista is set to be rewarded with more than $58k (around €52k) in tips after a customer tried to shame him for refusing to serve her because she was not wearing a face mask .

by | June 29, 2020 | 11:52

The company said it took the move to protest the amount of hate speech online. "We have been down this road before with Facebook". Before Zuckerberg's announcement on June 26, just after the announcement of Unilever pausing all social media advertising, Facebook's shares fell by 7%.

by | June 29, 2020 | 08:40

San Deigo County issued a observe on Could 1 demanding inhabitants to wear experience-covering in most community settings, like when buying in a retail outlet or finding up foods at a restaurant. He described being assigned the front register and asking Gilles if she had a face mask, leading her to curse and storm out, only to return moments later to snap a photo of Gutierrez, ask his name and threaten to phone Starbucks corporate headquarters before leaving again.

by | June 28, 2020 | 23:24

There was a 3.8 percent increase of recoveries from COVID-19. A total of 2,986 county residents have recovered from the illness, the DCHD stated. Globally, almost 9.7 million people have been diagnosed at one point with COVID-19 and 491,744 people have died from it.

by | June 28, 2020 | 16:09

Crude settled above $40 a barrel Monday for the first time since plunging to negative-$37 on April 20, when the world was awash in unwanted oil. Brent crude futures rose 22 cents, or 0.5 per cent, to $41.27, but were also heading towards a decline for the week.

by | June 28, 2020 | 15:27

The country has the fourth-largest Covid-19 outbreak in the world, after the US, Brazil and Russian Federation, and has surpassed Iran in terms of their official death tolls. Punjab has reported 5,056 novel coronavirus infections so far, while Kerala has 4,071 cases. A total of 15,685 people have died from the disease there, including 385 in the 24 hours since the previous update.

by | June 28, 2020 | 14:09

Walmart added it was reviewing items in its "third-party marketplace" with variations of the phrase "lives matter" to ensure compliance with "terms and conditions". This item is sold and shipped by a third party seller. "The doors of Walmart are open to everyone", the company said . Walmart is being criticised for selling a T-shirt with the words " All Lives Matter".

by | June 28, 2020 | 11:15

Rethink your definition of real-time to match the changing reality brought to the forefront by 5G. A decision is expected in the coming weeks. Is your tech stack ready? Last month the National Cyber Security Centre, a branch of the Government Communications Headquarters, launched an investigation into the resilience of its own equipment.

by | June 28, 2020 | 09:23

Amazon will reportedly shell out over a billion dollars to buy the six-year-old self-driving vehicle technology startup. " Zoox is working to imagine, invent, and design a world-class autonomous ride-hailing experience", said Jeff Wilke, Amazon's CEO of Worldwide Consumer said in a statement .