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Microsoft Outlook, Office 365, Teams, and other services return to “most users” after an interruption

Some Microsoft services, including Outlook, Office 365, and Microsoft Teams, were interrupted for hours on Monday, but most say they should return to most users. “We have confirmed through our monitoring that most of the services have been restored for most customers,” reads a statement on the Microsoft Office status page. “However, we continue to see a small number of …

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Steel production resumed when car plants reopened: CEO of Cleveland-Cliffs

Steel production has recovered along with the resumption of automotive production this quarter, Cleveland-Cliffs CEO Lurenko Goncalves told CNBC on Monday. U.S. carmakers are seeking to reload showrooms and return to production schedules after the plants closed earlier this year as the country took action to slow the spread of a new coronavirus. “We have had a very profitable quarter …

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The United States accuses the former manager of Amazon and members of her family of trading inside information

FILE PHOTO: Ukrainian Securities and Exchange Commission Logo Decorates Office Door at SEC Headquarters in Washington, DC, June 24, 2011 REUTERS / Jonathan Ernst APAC Katanga Johnson Michelle Price On Monday, the Securities and Exchange Commission accused a former financial manager at Amazon.com, Inc. and two members of her family with domestic trade before the announcement of the company’s profits …

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A former Amazon manager and family members have been charged with insider trading

Ray Wang, Gibbs Wealth Management President Erin Gibbs of Constellation Research and Payne Capital chief market strategist Courtney Dominguez added their prospects for markets and investment a week ago big technology gains. A former financial manager at e-commerce giant Amazon on Monday was accused of insider trading by the Securities and Exchange Commission. TRK claims that a senior manager in …

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Former Amazon CFO Laksha Bohra and his family have been accused of insider trading

The complaint alleges that Laksha Bohra, a senior manager in Amazon’s tax department, passed confidential information about the company’s financial results to her husband, Vicky Bohra. The husband and father then traded the confidential information in 11 separate accounts managed by the family, according to the SEC complaint. Bora’s lawyers did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Amazon …

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China distributes unproven Covid vaccine to tens of thousands NBC Nightly News – NBC News

China distributes unproven Covid vaccine to tens of thousands NBC Nightly News 500,000 sharks may have to die in the battle against COVID-19. That’s why the Miami Herald China inoculates 350,000 while coronavirus vaccine is still being tested Nikkei Asian Review The 5K recruits receive the Russian coronavirus vaccine The Moscow Times While Johnson and Johnson launch COVID-19 phase 3 …

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BTS will become multimillionaires once the label goes public

Image copyright Reuters Caption of the image BTS will perform at the MTV Video Music Awards on August 31 in New York All seven members of South Korea’s K-pop group BTS will become multimillionaires when their Big Hit Entertainment label goes public in October. Growing demand for shares in Big Hit gave it a market value of 3.2 billion pounds …

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Ohio orders GM to pay $ 28 million to close Lordstown plant

Ohio has ordered General Motors to repay $ 28 million in tax credits after failing to comply with the terms of the 30-year agreement, closing its Lordstown plant after 10 years. GM has also been ordered to invest an additional $ 12 million in community development in the state, which has long struggled to regain its former manufacturing blackmail. In …

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CDC issues guidelines for celebrating Thanksgiving during the COVID-19 pandemic

WASHINGTON, DC (WCMH) – The US Centers for Disease Control has issued guidelines for celebrating Thanksgiving during the COVID-19 pandemic. List of companies that will remain closed on Thanksgiving With Thanksgiving less than two months away, the CDC urges people to refrain from long-distance travel to visit their family during the holiday, saying the trip increases the chances of getting …

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The CDC issued guidelines for Thanksgiving. Here is what is considered low and high risk

Video above: Creative ways to celebrate Thanksgiving online With Thanksgiving, families are already planning how to celebrate the traditional American holiday during a pandemic. including Halloween and Thanksgiving. Holiday activities were classified by risk, categorized as low, moderate or high risk activities. Low-risk Thanksgiving dinners include eating with people living in a household and / or delivering meals or home-cooked …

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