Monthly Archives: April 2021

Dozens of snow decoys blanket atop Maunakea

On Tuesday afternoon, dozens of residents and visitors to the island of Hawaii climbed over 13,000 feet Maunakea to discover the snow that recently blanketed the mountain before it melted. Snow covered the summit of Maunakea throughout January, with additional snow covering the summit most recently on January 25. The …

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Arsenal blamed for frustration over Saliba loan as Saint Etienne misses defender’s loan deal

The Ligue 1 team were hoping to see a familiar face return to their ranks, but delays on deadline day meant no movement had been made Saint-Etienne blamed Arsenal for William Saliba’s frustration on deadline day, with the Ligue 1 side saying they had a loan deal “well before the …

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Microsoft system blamed for NJ vaccine reservation problems

(Bloomberg) – Five weeks of Microsoft Corp. stumbles. on New Jersey’s Covid-19 vaccine reservation software have left the state pushing for daily fixes to almost every part of the system and doubting it will ever work as intended, members of the governor’s administration say Phil Murphy. The issues – and …

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Blade takes off electrically to public markets

Blade, a short-haul aviation company known for its helicopter flights from airports to downtown areas, has agreed to go public through a reverse merger with a Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) affiliated with KSL Capital Partners. Why is this important: Blade wants to become the first publicly traded company to …

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Biden-Harris administration pushes for offshore wind and jobs

In line with the Biden-Harris administration’s “whole-of-government” approach to climate change announced in its Executive Orders on Days 1 and 7, on March 29, the administration announced a variety of concrete initiatives that executive agencies will take to accelerate the development, licensing and construction of offshore wind projects in the …

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Four Reasons You Might Never See That Big Tax Refund

Just because you’re entitled to a tax refund doesn’t necessarily mean you will get it. As we approach the middle of tax season, the IRS has distributed money to those who overpay. The federal agency issued 37.5 million refunds, with checks averaging $ 3,125, according to IRS data for the …

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Do you repay student loans from closed schools? – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

(WSVN) – We’ve seen it again in South Florida. Last week, the ITT technical institute closed its doors and, once again, students who borrowed a lot of money to go to college were overwhelmed by the prospect of repaying loans for a school they wanted. have never graduated. But do …

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Judge Allows Musicians To Move Forward In Lawsuit To Claim Their Rights – The Hollywood Reporter

On Tuesday, a New York federal judge wrote an opinion that had been in the works for decades. It’s a move that will undoubtedly shape the way rights are passed on in the entertainment industry. At stake is the aspect of copyright law that allows authors to terminate copyright grants …

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Why Amazon’s Expensive One-Day Shipping Bet Can Pay Big Dividends

Amazon’s Prime One-Day Shipping initiative dramatically slashes third-quarter profits. (Photo by Paul … [+] Hennessy / NurPhoto via Getty Images) NurPhoto via Getty Images Since Amazon reset the industry standard in April and announced plans to make one-day free shipping the new standard for its Prime members, Walmart’s rivals at …

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Markets Head For More Choppy Weather As Finances Start To Bite

As next week approaches, Indian markets face a tougher road. Shares are expected to tip in anticipation of a weak fourth quarter GDP figure, which will be announced on Friday. But it may be irrelevant. A lack of triggers is evident as the market has moved sideways over the past …

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