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Gold climbs as U.S. riots spark safe-haven rush

Gold prices rose on Monday as riots in major U.S. cities rattled investors already reeling from strained Sino-U.S. relations and boosted demand for the safe-haven metal, with a weaker dollar lending further support.
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Allosaurus dabbled in cannibalism according to new fossil evidence

Rare fossil evidence of dinosaur cannibalism among the Allosaurus has been discovered. Scientists analyzed dinosaur bones found in the Mygatt-Moore Quarry in western Colorado, paying special attention to bite marks that were present on 2,368 of the bones. It's likely that the predatory carnivore only ate their already-dead peers during times when resources were scarce. Rare fossil evidence of dinosaur cannibalism has been discovered by paleontologists in a large quarry near the Utah-Colorado ...
Tags: Death, Colorado, Innovation, Dinosaurs, Fossils, Paleontology, PLOS ONE, Utah Colorado, Drumheller, Carnivore, Stephanie Drumheller, Mygatt Moore Quarry


Pandemic set to shrink Australian economy in first quarter, worse yet to come

Australia's economy is expected to have shrunk in the first quarter as the global coronavirus pandemic is set to tip the country into its first recession in three decades.
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Global Economy: Asia's factory pain worsens as China's recovery fails to lift demand

Asia's factory pain deepened in May as the slump in global trade caused by the coronavirus pandemic worsened, with export powerhouses Japan and South Korea suffering the sharpest declines in business activity in more than a decade.
Tags: Asia, South Korea, Japan, Money, China, businessNews


Rise in Japan's first-quarter capex undercut by pandemic-driven profit slump

Japanese firms raised spending on plant and equipment in the first quarter, though a sharp drop in profits highlighted the economic pain inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Tags: Japan, Money, businessNews


Global Markets: Asia stocks reach three-month peaks, resilient to U.S. riots

Asian shares pushed to three-month highs on Monday as progress on opening up economies helped offset jitters over riots in U.S. cities and unease over Washington's power struggle with Beijing.
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Coronavirus Australia live update: Victoria and NSW further ease restrictions as new Victorian police chief appointed – latest news

Victorian restaurants, cafes and pubs can now serve meals for up to 20 people while pubs, beauty salons and museums reopen in NSW, as Gladys Berejiklian says rail project will create 14,000 jobs. Follow the latest news$1.75bn federal investment to build NSW rail lineCoronavirus restrictions eased around AustraliaFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsSign up for Guardian Australia’s morning mail email 4.21am BST McGow...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, Scott Morrison, South Australia, Daniel Andrews, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Annastacia Palaszczuk, Australian economy


Rio Tinto apologises for blowing up 46,000-year-old Aboriginal site

Rio Tinto apologised for the destruction of a sacred Aboriginal cave in Western Australia that showed evidence of continual habitation dating back 46,000 years, and said it would urgently review its plans for other sites in the area.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Rio Tinto, Western Australia


A Quick Guide to Starting and Growing a Business after College

As a college graduate who is perhaps new in business, you ought to know that fear triggers excuses. Yes, you can have lots of good ideas, but if you are not a risk-taker, you will most likely not get started or grow your business. Be brave and take calculated risks!
Tags: Jobs, Entrepreneur, New Business, Launch your Career


Australia's stalled migrant boom derails golden economic run

Australia's three decades of uninterrupted prosperity are coming to an abrupt end as the global coronavirus pandemic crashes one of its most lucrative sources of income – immigration.
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So, what’s next for Doug, Bob, and SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft?

Their big adventure is only just beginning
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South Korea's Celltrion says COVID-19 drug shows drop in viral load in animal testing

South Korea's Celltrion Inc said on Monday its experimental treatment of COVID-19 demonstrated a 100-fold reduction in viral load of the disease in animal testing.
Tags: South Korea, Money, businessNews, Celltrion Inc, Celltrion, COVID


Global Markets: Asia stocks prove resilient to U.S. riots as S&P futures bounce

Asian shares pushed to three-month highs on Monday as progress on opening up economies helped offset jitters over riots in U.S. cities and unease over Washington's power struggle with Beijing.
Tags: Asia, Money, Washington, businessNews


Coronavirus Australia live update: more freedom as NSW and Victoria ease curbs while PM announces $1.75bn funding for rail line to Sydney's second airport – latest news

Victorian restaurants, cafes and pubs can now serve meals for up to 20 people while pubs, beauty salons and museums reopen in NSW, as Gladys Berejiklian says rail project will create 14,000 jobs. Follow the latest news$1.75bn federal investment to build NSW rail lineCoronavirus restrictions eased around AustraliaFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsSign up for Guardian Australia’s morning mail email 3.20am BST Thank...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Queensland, New South Wales, Sydney, Victoria, Tasmania, Scott Morrison, South Australia, Daniel Andrews, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Annastacia Palaszczuk


Oil prices slip as wary traders eye upcoming OPEC+ meeting

Oil prices fell nearly 1% on Monday as traders hedged bets with the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) considering meeting as soon as this week to discuss whether to extend record production cuts beyond end-June.
Tags: Money, Opec, businessNews


Top 4 Ways To Rank Your Business Higher On Google

It is not a surprise that people want to rank higher on Google particularly, as it is the most used search engine around the world. But for the same reason, every popular niche is saturated with competition. With that said, you can still find success in any one of those popular niches with the right Google marketing tactics in your arsenal. The four ways mentioned below can organically help your rankings, which can take some amount of time. If you are willing to spend money to get to the top ve...
Tags: Google, Startups, Seo, Search Engine Optimization, Others, LSI, Google Maps Google Maps, Google Ads Marketing Phoenix, Concept of Search Intent Google


Two Iranian tankers sail back after delivering fuel to Venezuela - data

Two Iranian tankers that delivered fuel to Venezuela as part of a five-vessel flotilla have begun to sail back, according to Refinitiv Eikon, as the government of the South American nation prepares stations to begin charging for the gasoline.
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Japan's May factory activity sinks as pandemic lockdowns hit demand - PMI

Japan's factory activity shrank at the fastest pace since March 2009 in May, a private sector survey showed on Monday, as manufacturers widely struggled with the demand blow from the coronavirus pandemic.
Tags: Japan, Money, businessNews


Digital Transformation, Digitization and Digitalization

I came across three words related to transformation in the digital age; Digital Transformation, Digitization and Digitalization. I was quite confused especially with Digitalization hence decided to explore their definitions and real-life meaning. Here is what I learnt in the process and will love to hear your thoughts and feedback. Digital Transformation Digital transformation is the practice of leveraging emerging technologies to build new business systems, business models, consumer & employee ...
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4 Ways To Improve Your Company’s Online Reputation

In this modern age, the most important thing for any business is its reputation. If you do not have a good online reputation, then your business will never succeed. The better your reputation is, the more customers you will get, and the more profit you will make. Also, it is not just about building a reputation; it is about maintaining it as well. No matter how great your reputation is, if it is tainted by a scandal or controversial post, then you can take a huge hit and can lose a lot of custo...
Tags: Google, Startups, Facebook, Online Reputation, Reddit, Others, Ways To Improve Your Company, Business Reputation


IRS workers returning June 1 to offices and 10 million pieces of unopened snail mail

Many employees have not been at their workplace cubicles for weeks. Now some, including IRS staff, are starting to return, but under dramatically different arrangements. Most taxpayers deal with the Internal Revenue Service electronically. That's the method that the agency has been encouraging for years. But some things still are handled the old-fashioned way. These are paper documents that are mailed by the IRS to taxpayers — like notices you get as an initial contact, not the money-dem...
Tags: Utah, Taxes, United States, Sam, Irs, Internal Revenue Service, U S Postal Service, The IRS, Politico IRS, Kentucky Texas, COVID


South Korea's May factory activity contracts at fastest rate since 2009 - PMI

South Korea's manufacturing activity shrank at the sharpest pace in more than a decade in May, as worldwide lockdowns continued to weigh on demand and production, dashing hopes of a near-term recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
Tags: South Korea, Money, businessNews


South Korean exports fall for third month but at a slower pace

South Korean exports tumbled in May for the third straight month, though at a slower pace, as extended global lockdown measures to contain the wider spread of the coronavirus weighed on worldwide demand.
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Delta, union working to avoid furloughs of 2,300 pilots

Delta Air Lines Inc and its pilots union said on Sunday they are working to avoid furloughs of roughly 2,300 pilots following a reshuffling process meant to match staffing to summer 2021 flying.
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Retailers already hit by coronavirus board up as U.S. protests rage

Target Corp and Walmart said on Sunday they shuttered stores across the United States as retailers already reeling from closures because of the coronavirus pandemic shut outlets amid protests that included looting in many U.S. cities.
Tags: Money, Walmart, businessNews, United States, Target Corp


Global Markets: Asia cautious as U.S. riots weigh on S&P futures

Asian share markets started on a cautious note and gold gained on Monday as images of riots in burning U.S. cities unnerved investors already tense over Washington's power struggle with Beijing.
Tags: Asia, Money, Washington, businessNews


Coronavirus Australia live update: more freedom as NSW and Victoria ease restrictions while reporting seven new cases – latest news

Victorian restaurants, cafes and pubs can now serve meals for up to 20 people, while pubs, beauty salons and museums reopen in NSW as seven people test positive across both states. Follow the latest newsFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsSign up for Guardian Australia’s morning mail email 2.14am BST The prime minister is speaking in Syndey now. 2.12am BST When it rains it pours when it comes to Covid-19 case ...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, Scott Morrison, South Australia, Daniel Andrews, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Annastacia Palaszczuk, Australian economy


Covid-19 coronavirus: Social distancing forgotten in huge queues as Nido opens NZ's largest store

Pandemic fears have failed to keep punters from the opening of New Zealand's largest homeware store, Nido, in West Auckland this weekend.Around midday today, there were more than 200 people in the queue, with one punter telling... [Author: [email protected]]
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It’s Time to Rethink Leadership Around Leading for Resilience

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Tags: Leadership, Churchill, Leading Change, Leadership Caffeine, Crisis Leadership, Art of Managing, Rethinking Leadership, The Leadership Opportunity, Think Differently, Leading for Resilience


Ten Minute COVID-19 Detection Test Using Nanoparticles

Scientists from the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) developed an experimental diagnostic test for COVID-19 that can visually detect the presence of the virus in 10 minutes. It uses... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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