Day: September 1, 2021

U.S. manufacturing activity rises; shortages linger

Published by Reuters By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON(Reuters) – U.S. manufacturing activity unexpectedly picked up in August amid strong order growth, but a measure of factory employment dropped to a nine-month low, likely as workers remained scarce. The survey from the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) on Wednesday continued to highlight persistent problems securing enough raw

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Dota 2: TI 10 Teams Preview – Virtus.Pro

Published by ESTNN Virtus.Pro has always been one of the best teams in CIS. That’s why many people consider VP to be among the favorites for TI 10. There aren’t that many Dota 2 teams in Esports that are as popular as Virtus.Pro. Despite not winning the biggest event in the game yet (The International),

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Moderna says tainted Covid vaccines sent to Japan contained steel

Published by AFP Washington (AFP) – Moderna said Wednesday that tainted batches of its Covid-19 vaccine sent to Japan were contaminated with stainless steel particles, but the company did not expect it posed “an undue risk to patient safety.” The US biotech firm is facing major setbacks in Japan, with hundreds of thousands of doses

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British intelligence said Kabul ‘unlikely’ to fall: UK FM

Published by Al-Araby UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said the intelligence assessment was that it was “unlikely” Kabul would fall this year as he defended Britain’s withdrawal from Afghanistan after the Taliban swept across the country. Britain, like the United States, supposedly failed to predict how quickly the Afghan government would fall, meaning it had

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Sound Advice: A beauty device with promising results

Published by Tribune News Service AOGNY High Frequency Facial Machine: I mentioned that my shaver review led to my being introduced to some interesting new products. The best so far is the AOGNY High Frequency Facial Machine, and for some of you reading this it is likely to be good news, just as it was

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China Ban Minors From Playing Video Games

Published by ValueWalk Whitney Tilson’s email to investors discussing the September issue of Empire Stock Investor; hedge funds are hot again; the SEC head is considering banning a key way Robinhood makes money; China tightens limits for young online gamers; limiting brain-numbing, time-wasting activities. Q2 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more September Issue Of

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Launching into space? Not so fast. Insurers balk at new coverage

Published by Reuters By Noor Zainab Hussain and Carolyn Cohn (Reuters) – An ever-swelling amount of space debris is threatening satellites that hover around Earth, making insurers leery of offering coverage to the devices that transmit texts, maps, videos and scientific data, industry sources said. Thousands of new satellites are being launched into areas where

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