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SMEs: Business Dynamics In The Food And Beverage Industry (Margarita Cruz) | By Margarita Cruz

The pandemic COVID-19 has made apparent managers’ need to better understand the dynamics driving performance in their company. With businesses shut down repeatedly, often for several months at a time, hospitality managers were pushed to reinvent themselves in a short period of time. Nonetheless, while this has been an imminent need for nearly everyone in the industry, this is particularly true for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in the food and beverage industry, where companies ...
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Travel Reopening Update: June 2021

Travel Reopening Update: June 2021 Here is your travel reopening update for June 2021. Travel’s Back Baby! European countries are reopening at a rapid pace. And while there are parts of the world still shut off to U.S. travelers (Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, for example), Mexico, Italy, France, Croatia, Greece, Iceland, Spain, Portugal, and quite a number of other countries have rolled out the welcome mat. And according to this from Wednesday, President Biden and British Prime Minist...
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Gas prices going up, House shelves worker relief bills, Oahu opens vaccine to 50+ as COVID cases continue to rise, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Gas prices were very high 10 years ago ©2011 All Hawaii News AAA Hawaiʻi: State Gas Price Average Reaches 17-Month High. On Thursday, April 8, the statewide average price for regular unleaded is $3.71 a gallon, which is up two cents from last Thursday, April 1, 22 cents higher than a month ago and 40 cents higher than the average last year on the same date. Maui Now. KITV4.State House leaders shelve bills that would help workers. House leaders are resisting union pressure to revive bills ...
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Teachers union seeks ouster of schools superintendent, Catholics concerned about vaccine-abortion link, Honolulu mayor releases $2.9B budget, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Gov. Ige signs business unemployment tax relief bill Gov. David Ige signs law lowering business payments into fund. Gov. David Ige signed a bill into law Tuesday that’s expected to provide significant relief to businesses faced with steep hikes in how much they have to pay into the state fund that covers unemployment insurance claims. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii Public Radio. Associated Press. Big Island Now. Maui Now. Hawaii News Now. KITV4. Unemployment office puts ‘bot blocker’ in place to...
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UK Covid live: Boris Johnson says hotel quarantine 'one of toughest border policies in the world'

Latest updates: at PMQs, Keir Starmer asks why government waited 50 days since discovery of South African variant before toughening bordersToo soon to book holiday in UK or abroad, says Grant ShappsThreat of jail term for UK travellers who hide journeys ‘disproportionate’Care homes failed by lack of PPE during UK Covid first wave, say MPsGlobal coronavirus updates – live 12.31pm GMT Lucy Powell (Lab) says the government has gone back on a promise to extend the green homes grant. This amounts...
Tags: Travel, Politics, UK, UK News, Infectious Diseases, House Of Commons, Boris Johnson, Pmqs, Johnson, Keir Starmer, Grant Shapps, Powell, Richards, Coronavirus, Grant ShappsThreat, Lucy Powell Lab

UK seals its border and requires negative COVID-19 tests for arrivals in a bid to keep out 'vaccine-busting' variants

Passengers wearing face masks as a precautionary measure against COVID-19, walk through the arrivals hall after landing at London Heathrow Airport in west London, on January 15, 2021 DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP via Getty Images Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that all travel corridors would close. This means that all those arriving in the United Kingdom will be required to quarantine. Arrivals in the UK will also be required to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test. The tougher restr...
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PCI-DSS standards to focus on cloud, mobile and contact less payments

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), the international body for card security, is working on updating security standards for card and mobile based payments. Senior executives told MediaNama that the security standards body has had to renew its focus on newer areas as more people are working from home during the pandemic. They said that there is a growing adoption of digital payments and that organisations are using cloud servers to a greater extent. But this transition has...
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Market capitalization tells you how much a company is worth, and whether buying its stock suits your overall investing strategy

Stocks are often classified by their market caps, and each market-cap category offers different risks and rewards for investors. picture alliance / Contributor/Getty Images Market capitalization ("market cap") is the total value of all a company's stock: the number of outstanding shares by the share price. Stocks are often categorized by the size of their market capitalization: large-cap, mid-cap, small-cap, or micro-cap. An indicator of financial strength, market capitalization suggests h...
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Hawaii sends its 4 electoral votes to Biden; Blangiardi, Roth win county mayoral races, Kahele takes Tulsi Gabbard's congressional seat, voter turnout slows results, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii ballot sorting ©2020 All Hawaii News Full Hawaii election results as of 1:13 a.m. HST  Wednesday. Hawaii Office of Elections.Hawaii picks Biden in race for the White House. As expected, Hawaii voted overwhelmingly to support Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in Tuesday’s general election. In results released about 11 p.m., Biden had secured about 65% of the vote. Hawaii News Now.Hawaii’s general election voter turnout was the best its been since 1998.  High-profile races ...
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UK coronavirus live: seven Greek islands to be added to England quarantine list

Grant Shapps says Lesvos, Tinos, Serifos, Mykonos, Crete, Santorini and Zakynthos will be added on WednesdayVon der Leyen warns UK against breaking international lawBoris Johnson to override EU withdrawal agreement3 areas where UK wants to override - or ‘clarify’ - withdrawal agreementReneging on Brexit deal ‘would strengthen case for breaking up UK’Global coronavirus updates – live 4.16pm BST In the comments RewildScotland questions whether it is really the case that young people are now dr...
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Dying from Covid, or with Covid? Conspiracy theory and conspiracy fact

I prefer imperical fact to speculation, that is just the way I am.  Note though that I say "prefer", often times there is an absence of imperical facts, and all one has left is specualtion.   There are some who genuinely believe that the Covid-19 pandemic is a hoax, that is not a belief to which I ascribe.  Covid-19 is real, as real as cancer, or influenza, heart disease or countless other diseases and conditions that have the potential to take human life.   How serious and deadly a diseas...
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Apple’s preferential treatment in App Store, coercive practices: 8 key takeaways from Cook’s deposition before the antitrust subcommittee

Apple’s App Store policies are such that at one point even Facebook’s CFO Sheryl Sandberg thought that Apple could lock out Facebook’s apps, the Big Tech CEOs’ hearing before the House subcommittee on antitrust on July 29 (available to watch here) revealed. Questions to Apple CEO Tim Cook largely focussed on the company’s App Store policies. “I am concerned that Apple’s policies are also picking winners and losers in the app economy, and that Apple rules mean Apple apps always win.” — Representa...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Cook, News, China, US, Competition, Beijing, House, Tim Cook, Antitrust, Baidu, Johnson

Facebook bought, copied, threatened competition: 11 key takeaways from Zuckerberg’s deposition before the antitrust subcommittee

In his introductory remarks at the Big Tech CEOs’ hearing before the House subcommittee on antitrust on July 29 (available to watch here), Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg conveniently gave a skewed picture of Facebook’s dominant position. “In many areas, we’re behind our competitors. The most popular messaging service in the US is iMessage. The fastest growing app is TikTok. The most popular app for video is YouTube. The fastest growing ads platform is that of Amazon. The largest ads pl...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Pinterest, Instagram, US, Snapchat, Whatsapp, Competition, Netflix, House, Antitrust

Amazon targeted sellers, investees, AWS clients with anti-competitive practices: 9 key takeaways from Bezos’s deposition before the antitrust subcommittee

On questioning by Representative Joe Neguse (D-CO), who is also the vice-chair of the subcommittee on antritrust, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos conceded that Amazon accounts for 40% of “online retail sales in the e-commerce market stream”. In his prepared testimony, Bezos had said, “Amazon accounts for less than 1% of the $25 trillion global retail market and less than 4% of retail in the US”, characterising retail as everything — including restaurants, bars, gas stations, Neguse pointed out...
Tags: Travel, Google, Amazon, News, Congress, China, India, US, Competition, Netflix, House, New York Times, Antitrust, Aws, Jeff Bezos, Johnson

Paytm, Vijay Shekhar Sharma to buy insurance company Raheja QBE

Paytm parent company One97 Communications and CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma will acquire Mumbai-based Raheja QBE General Insurance Company. The current owner Prism Johnson disclosed the purchase in a BSE filing on Monday. This was reported by Business Standard. Raheja QBE is a joint venture between cement-maker Prism Johnson and Australian insurance group QBE. For a total consideration of almost Rs 290 crore, Prism Johnson will divest: Its own 51% stake in the company to QORQL Pvt. Ltd., a company i...
Tags: Travel, News, Australia, Insurance, Johnson, Mumbai, Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Paytm, Sharma, QBE, One97 Communications, Paytm Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Raheja QBE, QorQl Pvt Ltd, Prism Johnson, Raheja QBE General Insurance Company

Johnson's father's visit to Greece 'could erode trust in guidelines'

Trip by Stanley Johnson could weaken message on Covid-19 rules, warns Sage adviserThe decision by the prime minister’s father to travel to his Greek villa in apparent breach of Foreign Office guidance has been criticised by a government scientific adviser.Boris Johnson has refused to condemn his father, Stanley, for flying to Greece, despite current advice for British nationals to avoid all but essential international travel. Continue reading...
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Ideas for a post-COVID-19 workplace

Albert De Plazaola Contributor Albert De Plazaola is a strategy consultant with extensive experience in design and change strategies who moves beyond the typical design thinking and user-centric approaches to explore how organizations can foster greater overall responsiveness, adaptability and innovation. As a workplace strategist, I am constantly asked, “What is the workplace of the future?” It’s a question I dread, because a subtext typically lingers underneat...
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Encourage cycling and walking after lockdown, UK mayors told

Boris Johnson uses call with regional leaders to stress importance of keeping cars out of city centresCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBoris Johnson has told regional leaders to encourage people to commute on foot or by bike to help avoid a dramatic increase in car use when lockdown restrictions are partially lifted.The prime minister spoke on Friday afternoon to the “M9” – the group of mayors covering areas including Greater Manchester, South Yorkshire and North Tynes...
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Powerful LGBTQ-related monuments

For centuries, LGBTQ people were forced to lead invisible lives. You couldn’t find them in the pages of history books. No one erected monuments in their honor. Throughout history, defiant social reformers made visibility one of their chief concerns in the fight for LGBTQ rights. In 1978, Harvey Milk shouted, “Gay brothers and sisters, you must come out!” During the AIDS epidemic, the LGBTQ community stopped traffic in city streets while holding signs that read “Silence = Death.” Today, trans ...
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U.K. Declares Partial Coronavirus Lockdown, Bans Gatherings of More Than Two People

U.K. prime minister Boris Johnson has declared a partial lockdown of the country, effective immediately. In an address broadcast to the nation on Monday evening, Johnson urged Britons to stay home to save lives. The prime minister forbade leaving home for anything apart from shopping for basic necessities like food and medicines, medical needs, one […]
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Riegel Linen Management Team Grows

AIKEN, S.C.— March 18, 2020 — Riegel Linen LLC ("Riegel") announces the hiring of Jeremiah Johnson as President. Johnson brings an extensive background in operations, supply chain management and acquisitions.
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Famous TV house locations

The running joke with Friends is that no 20-somethings in New York could ever afford that apartment. Of course, we’ve got no way to prove that, since the “apartment” was actually a sound stage, and there’s not exactly a Zillow listing for fictional addresses. But many shows shot their exterior shots at real live homes that you can go drive by and annoy the current occupants today. Many of which are valued at a lot more than their fictional occupants could ever afford. HomeAdvisor did some dig...
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#SaudiArabia’s Wealth Fund Parts Ways With Three Top Executives - Bloomberg

Saudi Arabia’s Wealth Fund Parts Ways With Three Top Executives - Bloomberg:Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund has parted ways with at least three senior investment executives in recent months, in what may be a blow to the sovereign wealth fund’s ambitions to expand into a global giant.Chief Strategy Officer Dennis Johnson, who had been in his role since 2018, has left, as well as the head of risk, Martin Botha, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Head of investment risk, Hassan...
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Austin Rocks: The LBJ Library and Museum

(Part of the Austin Rocks series of posts by a local about things to do and see in Austin, Texas) President Johnson said that he wanted his Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum to show his Presidency and times “with the bark off,” and it does a pretty good job of that. My reaction to visiting the LBJ Library was similar to the one I had while exploring the Truman Library in...Read the whole entry... »          Related Stories Austin Rocks: Callahan’s General StoreAustin Rocks: Dazed and ...
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Most popular last name around world

If everyone in America named Smith formed their own state, it would be the 35th most populous state in America. Let that sink in. And while our country and a number of other English-speaking nations have an abundance of Smiths, every country in the world has its own ubiquitous name, where it seems like you’re never in a class, workplace, or on any list without 10 other people having the same name. To find that name in every country in the world, NetCredit took a look at data from
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Kahuku wind farm protesters arrested as equipment moves to site, wetter than average winter, lawmakers debate flavored e-cigs, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Double rainbow in Hilo ©2019 All Hawaii News Above-average rainfall and temperatures coming this winter. The National Weather Service announced Thursday that the islands likely will experience above-average rainfall this winter along with warmer-than-normal temperatures. Star-Advertiser.NOAA Forecast: ‘Above Average’ Rainfall For Hawaii Through April. As such, existing drought is expected to be eliminated by the end of the rainy season. Civil Beat.National Weather Service: Expect 'Wetter ...
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Best towns for LGBTQ road trip

For the queer traveler, despite the appeal of the open road, traversing the United States eventually means that they’ll be stuck in some states that are less than accepting of their lifestyles. Contrary to popular belief, however, there are safe havens for queer travelers that exist all over the country — from Arkansas to Kansas. So, to ensure that the open road remains just as friendly to the LGBTQ traveler, we’ve discovered the best places to go on your queer-friendly US road trip. 1. Tao...
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Clearest waters in the United States

Swimming pools are nice and all, but nothing beats swimming in wild waters, be they rivers, springs, or oceans. Whether you bathe for ritual purposes, for exercise, for the fun of it, or because it’s so trendy some call it “the new yoga,” wild swimming is best enjoyed in clear water where you can see the marine life and the rock formations below you. There are many bodies of crystal-clear water in the US, but we selected the nine most beautiful to encourage you to take a plunge in the great o...
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The Greatest Story Never Told: Hawaii's Kamehameha the King

Waipio Valley, on the north end of the Big Island, is where Kamehameha grew upLast summer, movie star-king Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson announced plans to team with director Robert Zemeckis (Back to the Future) and screenwriter Randall Wallace (Braveheart) to make a blockbuster called The King, depicting the life of Hawaii's first monarch of all the islands—Kamehameha the Great.A good match for the trio at first glance: Johnson is of Polynesian decent and he's a large man, though, at 6'5", he's ab...
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Elton John’s farewell tour marks the beginning for an audio augmenting wearable

It’s not a great time to be a live venue. Once the only game in town, clubs, arenas and other live event spaces now have to compete with the seemingly endless on-demand entertainment options. Competing with the convenience of 4K Netflix on a 50-inch screen is a big ask, even for the biggest stars. It’s a perfect market opening for a startups. A technology company that can sufficiently augment the live experience for a connected audience stands to make a lot of money outfitting venues and touring...
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