by emmabananaz Even more bad news came in for SolarWinds over the weekend, and SolarWinds is going to crash again on Monday. It’s the next FireEye, except the stock price
Important update to COVID-Safe Check-In: From Monday 14 December, retail stores will be required to keep a record of everyone who enters their stores – staff and customers. This includes
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Since Monday, the U.S had 750,000 new Covid-19 cases. With the 2% estimate, this translates into 15,000 additional ICU beds needed in 1-2 weeks. Thic could boost ICU occupancy rate
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President Trump was discharged from Walter Reed Medical Center Monday evening, after receiving treatment for COVID-19. Trump walked out of the hospital to an SUV and was driven to Marine
Ratings for the NFL’s 2020 season continued to crash and burn this week with viewership for some ‘Monday Night Football’ games down as much as 38%. “This started with a
$TSLA could have topped. I think big players will dump shares into the split on Monday.. If I were long I would take all profits here. If I am looking
by PapaThundaga I’m hellbent on beating the indexes regularly by buying quality stonks that have caught fire. Let’s share some tickers that aren’t Tesla or complete garbage based on pure
www.cnbc.com/2020/08/10/judge-grants-preliminary-injunction-requiring-uber-and-lyft-to-stop-classifying-drivers-as-contractors.html A California judge granted a preliminary injunction Monday requiring Uber and Lyft to stop classifying their drivers as independent contractors pending further action by the court. The order will
Black Monday inbound t.co/XNVCYTePyf — BLACK SWAN (@RetirementRight) August 1, 2020 As @pboockvar notes, we might need a bigger scale. t.co/nYvjvHF0OG — Danielle DiMartino Booth (@DiMartinoBooth) August 1, 2020
via abc7ny As the sun set Monday, the looting started once again across Manhattan as protests entered their fifth day in New York City. Police made several arrests, some inside Macy’s