Category: plans

Dr. Fauci Says He Plans to Vote In-Person for November Election
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Dr. Fauci Says He Plans to Vote In-Person for November Election

In Friday interview with the Washington Post, Dr. Anthony Fauci said he plans to vote in-person for November’s presidential election. The White House coronavirus task force member’s comment comes after he said there is “no reason” why Americans should be able to vote in person. A transcript is as follows:  GEOFF EDGERS: Do you plan…

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US plans to rollback special status may erode Hong Kong’s startup ecosystem
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US plans to rollback special status may erode Hong Kong’s startup ecosystem

For two months, the people of Hong Kong waited in suspense after China’s legislature approved a new national security law. The legislation’s details were finally made public yesterday and almost immediately went into effect. As many Hong Kong residents feared, the broadly written new law gives Beijing extensive authority over the Special Administrative Region and…

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WH Plans Executive Order Requiring Essential Drugs Made in the U.S.
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WH Plans Executive Order Requiring Essential Drugs Made in the U.S.

President Donald Trump may soon sign an executive order requiring essential drugs to be manufactured in the United States, according to a CNBC report. A source told CNBC the executive order could happen as soon as Friday, as advisors continue looking at ways to make America’s drug supply chain less dependent on China and foreign countries…

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Opera’s OPay still plans Africa expansion on Nigerian super app
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Opera’s OPay still plans Africa expansion on Nigerian super app

Opera’s Africa fintech startup OPay remains committed to building a multi-service super app in Nigeria as the foundation to expand on the continent. OPay also continues to operate ORide for limited passenger service — though the company is shifting the motorcycle ride-hail operation toward logistics businesses. These were some of the updates offered by Opera’s…

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BMW axes plans to bring electric iX3 SUV to US
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BMW axes plans to bring electric iX3 SUV to US

BMW will not bring the iX3, the automaker’s first electric crossover, to the U.S., the latest automaker to shift its EV strategy to Europe and China. BMW told Automotive News, the first media outlet to report the change, that at this time, it doesn’t have plans to bring iX3 to the U.S. market. The change…

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Kojima Plans to Make Movies and We All Know They’ll Be Insane
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Kojima Plans to Make Movies and We All Know They’ll Be Insane

Hideo Kojima has announced his intention to make movies. Any movies Kojima makes are going to be as bonkers as his games are. No matter how bad they end up being they’ll likely make tons of money. Famed director of cinematic games, Hideo Kojima, finally revealed recently that his studio Kojima Productions would eventually start…

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Bitmain’s US IPO Plans Could Go Up in Smoke
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Bitmain’s US IPO Plans Could Go Up in Smoke

Bitmain, a leading bitcoin miner, has secretly filed for an IPO that is sponsored by Deutsche Bank, a German multinational company, as reported by Tencent News. The company has been struggling to bounce back since crypto winter. The black swan event dampened demand for cryptocurrency mining machines, causing profitability to plummet. The reported secret filing…

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GOP Senate Plans Vote to Outsource College Graduate America
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GOP Senate Plans Vote to Outsource College Graduate America

Investors are rushing a bill through the GOP-run Senate that would reward Indian college graduates for taking U.S. college-level jobs at low wages from young American graduates. Utah GOP Sen. Mike Lee will ask the Senate on Thursday to approve his Indian outsourcing bill via “Unanimous Consent.” If no Senator objects, the radical bill will…

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