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2 people tested positive for COVID-19 on a cruise ship that operators boasted was 95% vaccinated

The Celebrity Millennium in 2013. Felix Wong/South China Morning Post via Getty Images Two passengers on the Celebrity Millennium cruise ship tested positive for the coronavirus. The operator said before launch that at least 95% of passengers would be vaccinated. The two who tested positive do not have symptoms and are isolated from others, the operator said. See more stories on Insider's business page. Two people on a cruise ship tested positive for COVID-19, even after operators said...
Tags: Transportation, Science, Cdc, Trends, News UK, Cruise Ship, Royal Carribean, Coronavirus, Sinead Baker, Royal Caribbean Group, Speed desk, Felix Wong South China Morning Post


2 people tested positive for COVID-19 on a cruise ship which operators boasted was 95% vaccinated

The Celebrity Millennium in 2013. Felix Wong/South China Morning Post via Getty Images Two passengers on the Celebrity Millennium cruise ship tested positive for coronavirus. The operator said before launch that at least 95% of passengers would be vaccinated. The passengers are asymptomatic and isolated from others, the operator said. See more stories on Insider's business page. Two people on a cruise ship tested positive for COVID-19, even after operators said it would only sail with ...
Tags: Transportation, Science, Cdc, Trends, News UK, Cruise Ship, Royal Carribean, Coronavirus, Sinead Baker, Royal Caribbean Group, Speed desk, Felix Wong South China Morning Post


This startup famously turned down an acquisition offer from Microsoft — now it's a $50 million business

Mesosphere, a San Franciso cloud-infrastructure startup that once famously turned down an acquisition from Microsoft, is now on a $50 million annualized run rate.  CEO Florian Leibert says Mesosphere is on track to be a self-sustaining company, but won't rule out future options including more fundraising or an IPO. While Mesosphere is often portrayed as a key player in "containers," a trendy Silicon Valley technology, Leibert disputes the characterization.    In October 2015, San Francisco-b...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, San Francisco, Trends, Siri, Silicon Valley, UC Berkeley, Mesosphere, Kubernetes, Mesos, Forrester, San Franciso, Florian Leibert, Ben Hindman


Microsof billionaire Paul Allen is fighting claims that his superyacht completely destroyed a coral reef in the Cayman Islands

Microsoft billionaire Paul Allen is combating allegations by the Cayman Islands that his superyacht, the 300-ft MV Tatoosh, destroyed 14,000 square feet of coral reef while anchored off of Grand Cayman in January. The Cayman Islands Department of the Environment alleges that the yacht's dragging anchor chain did the damage, impacting up to 80% of the coral in the area.  But Allen does not agree about the extent of his responsibility. There appear to be differences between the plans the Departmen...
Tags: Microsoft, Paul Allen, Cayman Islands, Allen, Port Authority, Vulcan, Grand Cayman, Vulcan Inc, Cayman Islands Department, Port Authority Upon, Gina Ebanks Petrie, Royal Carribean