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Enormous lines greet grand opening of In-N-Out Burger's first Colorado restaurants

DENVER — Burger-loving Coloradans lined up Friday by the hundreds — if not thousands — to welcome the long-awaited arrival of In-N-Out Burger, which unveiled Friday its first two locations in the Centennial State. The California-based, famil

Beijing slams Australia’s ‘destabilizing’ actions as it partners with US to develop air-launched hypersonic missile

China has urged Australia to do more to bring stability to the Asia-Pacific region, expressing concern over Canberra’s attachment to Washington and its use of the “China threat theory” as an excuse to develop hypersonic missiles. Read Full Article at RT

Get as much bitcoin as possible with great reset coming for global economy – Max Keiser

The hosts of Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert, look at how heavy gold-buying in Turkey is causing fiat currency woes. Wait until the Turks discover bitcoin, they say. Read Full Article at

The 'money back' Games: Tokyo organizers to issue refunds for almost ONE FIFTH of all ticket sales ahead of rearranged Olympics

The Tokyo Olympic Games could face the prospect of empty seats at events in 2021, even if fans are allowed to attend the rearranged Games in Japan, with almost one fifth of all ticket sales set to be refunded Read Full Article at

WATCH: Royal Navy blows WWII-era mine to smithereens in Scotland

Royal Navy bomb disposal teams rushed into action offshore western Scotland after the crew of a fishing trawler reported a rather unexpected, and unwelcome, ‘catch’ in the form of a Nazi-era sea mine. Read Full Article at

Fisdom raises $7 million in funding from PayU, others

The round also saw participation from existing investors, Quona Capital and Saama Capital, a statement said.

Crude oil futures decline 1% to Rs 3,326 per barrel; resistance seen near Rs 3,470 level

In the futures market, crude oil for December delivery touched an intraday high of Rs 3,368 and an intraday low of Rs 3,305 per barrel on MCX.

Rupee settles 12 paise lower at 73.93 against US dollar

Analysts said investor focus is on the Reserve Bank of India#39;s Monetary Policy Committee#39;s three-day interest rate-setting meeting that started on Wednesday, with the decision due on Friday.

Government allows domestic airlines to operate at 80% of pre-Covid capacity

Union Minister of Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri said the domestic operations in India, which recommenced with 30,000 passengers on May 25, have touched a high of 2.52 lakh passengers till November 30, 2020

Cotton futures ease to Rs 19,840 per bale on MCX

In the futures market, cotton for December delivery touched an intraday high of Rs 19,900 and an intraday low of Rs 19,750 per bale on the MCX.

What we owe the COVID fallen: Acting as if «essential» workers' lives mattered

Our «essential» workers have been deemed expendable by Trump's hateful theatrics. It didn't have to be this way

Boschung replaces Williams-bound Aitken at Campos

Swiss driver Boschung had been announced this week as one of Campos' F2 drivers for the 2021 season, reuniting with the team with whom he started his F2 career back in 2017.With the unexpected promotion of Aitken, who will make his F1 debut with Williams as G scores $20M for a supportive approach to customer service automation, a virtual customer service agent builder, has closed a $20 million Series A round of funding, led by Omers Ventures with participation from Felicis Ventures and existing investors HV Capital, and — bringing its total raised to date

Mysterious, unexplained GHOST CIRCLES hovering in space leave astronomers baffled

Scientists combing through radio astronomical data have been left dumbfounded by the discovery of a series of ghostly circles hovering in space that are unlike any known type of object that has ever been discovered. Read Full Article at

Diego Maradona's son urges Lionel Messi to RETIRE Barcelona's legendary number 10 jersey in tribute to late icon

Lionel Messi has been asked to consider pushing to retire the famous Barcelona number 10 jersey in the wake of the death of the most famous player to ever wear it, Diego Maradona. Read Full Article at

US labor agency accuses Google of SPYING on its own employees who tried to unionize

Google unlawfully surveilled and then terminated employees who were involved in organizing fellow workers, a US government labor board has alleged, after a year-long investigation. Read Full Article at

How the FIA will investigate Grosjean's accident

The investigation is one of around 30 that the governing body's safety department conducts into incidents in various categories in a typical season.It will look at all aspects, including the Haas chassis and halo, Grosjean's personal safety equipment such as

Electric utilities stocks rally; Adani Power soars 20%, JSW Energy 14%

The S&P BSE Power index hit a 52-week high of 2,079, up 1.6 per cent.

‘Domestic work must be paid’: Progressive United Russia MP Pushkina proposes giving a salary to stay-at-home parents

An MP from Russia’s governing party has proposed paying all those who perform «unpaid domestic work,» insisting that homemakers should be financially compensated for their career decision, just like a household’s breadwinner. Read Full Articl

Newer companies like Netflix, Airbnb pay higher H-1B salaries: Report

Average compensation at Netflix is $205,532, while Airbnb pays $168,306. This is higher than the average salaries of H-1B visa holders at Google and Apple, which pay $144,285 and $139,457, respectively

Audi RS Q8 Review: A Lamborghini at nearly half the price

Audi RS Q8 is also a fantastic super-SUV that is brutally fast, hugely comfortable and even practical.

‘Close to devastating tipping point’: LA issues stay-at-home order amid fears of ICU bed shortage due to Covid-19

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has ordered people to stay at home and imposed strict travel restrictions across the city in an effort to curb the rise in Covid-19 infections. Read Full Article at

US government’s multi-trillion-dollar stimulus response to Covid did major damage to economy – Peter Schiff

The stock market is booming on news of successful coronavirus vaccines but the rally isn’t really about a cure for Covid, says economist Peter Schiff. It is being driven by the government and central bank policies, he insists. Read Full Article at

English students to get exam aids after Covid-19 disruption

Students in England will receive advance notice of topics and be allowed to take aids into their exams, as part of a set of measures designed to counteract the disruption caused by Covid-19. Read Full Article at

He’s guilty of ‘bad sex’, not sexual assault, defense tells jury in rugby star Jarryd Hayne rape case

The jury is deliberating the verdict in the rape case of former Australian rugby player Jarryd Hayne. The defense said he showed “terrible” sexual prowess, but did not force himself on the woman, who is accusing him of assault. Read Full Article at

SC to Franklin Templeton: Get investors' consent for winding up schemes

Franklin Templeton MF closed six debt mutual fund schemes on April 23, citing redemption pressure and lack of liquidity in the bond market.

Woodside Petroleum matches ONGC unit offer to buy FAR's Sangomar stake

FAR had said last month it would exit the troubled $4.2 billion Sangomar project off Senegal by selling its 15% stake to the ONGC unit for $45 million.

F1 Tech: The 2021 parts teams are already testing

Daniel Ricciardo was on hand to complete the tests for the team, a sign perhaps of the regard that it holds for his feedback, given the Australian will be moving on to McLaren next season.The floor used by Renault during these tests is what the FIA intended w

HUL employees unlikely to get permanent work from home option: Report

Anuradha Razdan, executive director – HR for Hindustan Unilever said that flexible work schedules would never be an issue for some who chooses to work with HUL, but “it doesn’t mean that we will say we will have permanent work from home.”

MDH’s Dharampal Gulati, the school dropout who became India’s highest paid FMCG CEO, is no more

His father founded MDH Spices in 1919. Dharampal Gulati turned it into a Rs 1,500 crore empire and along the way became a household name. He was said to donate nearly 90 percent of his salary, which stood at Rs 21 crore in 2017, to charity

Committed to engaging with Indian govt to make vaccine available in country: Pfizer

The UK on Wednesday became the first country to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19 with the UK regulator Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)granting a temporary authorisation for its emergency use.

Natural gas futures slide nearly 4.5% to Rs 200.10 per mmBtu in afternoon trade

In the futures market, natural gas for December delivery touched an intraday high of Rs 207.30 and an intraday low of Rs 199.50 per mmBtu on the MCX.

F1’s medical car heroes tell the story of Grosjean's escape

However, the modest pair would be the first to admit that they are just the tip of the iceberg on any given grand prix weekend, backed up by the local medics and marshals stationed around the track.Indeed a Bahraini fireman, a guy whose day job is with the co

Apple redesigns accessibility site to showcase tips for vision, hearing and other areas - CNET

The revamp is meant to make it easier for people to find out how to customize their devices with Apple features like Back Tap.

Steel Authority of India hits 52-week high; stock zooms 55% in one month

The company registered the best ever saleable steel Q2 production of 3.752 MT in Q2FY21 surpassing the previous best of 3.658 MT achieved during Q2FY18

Beijing launches 1,100km section of Russia-China natural gas pipeline

China has brought the middle section of the China-Russia East natural gas pipeline into operation. It is connected to the Power of Siberia gas pipeline from Russia that will deliver blue fuel to northern China. Read Full Article at

Alibaba and Ethiopian Airlines to launch cold chain exporting China’s COVID vaccines

China has pledged that it would be sharing its COVID-19 vaccines with other countries, especially those with which it has close ties. While the country is not ready to deploy its vaccines internationally, it is gearing up the infrastructure for mass distribut

Need global partnerships to become atmanirbhar, says Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw: Report

To attain self-reliance, Indian companies still need to harness innovation through international partnerships and collaborations, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw has said.

Covid-19 impact: How work bubbles are bringing corporate teams together in private stays

Rather than work from home, where coordination sometimes becomes difficult, critical teams move into a small hotel, villa or homestay and are cloistered there, sometimes for up to a month, to complete their tasks. This approach helps companies finish project

BMW launches 2 Series Gran Coupe Black Shadow edition at Rs 42.3 lakh

Locally produced at the Chennai plant, the model would only be sold via its online channel from December 7 onwards, the company said in a statement.

Web Summit will hold RISE 2022 in Kuala Lumpur, launch a new event in Tokyo

Web Summit announced today that it will revive RISE, one of Asia’s largest tech conferences, in March 2022, moving it to Kuala Lumpur after five years in Hong Kong. It also announced a new event, called Web Summit Tokyo, that will launch in 2022, too. The f
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