Emerging Technologies In Fleet Management That’s Helping The Worrisome Global Supply Chain

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In the United Kingdom, the number of truck drivers has plummeted since the country decided to formally leave the European Union in January 2020. A letter by the Road Haulage Association to the British Prime Minister estimates that the country has a shortage of more than 100,000 qualified truck drivers. Q1 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Over in the United States, the landscape doesn’t look any different. According to the American Trucking Association (ATA), in 2021 driver shortage reached a staggering 80,000, with estimates to nearly double by 2030. From the backlog of deliveries… Read More “Emerging Technologies In Fleet Management That’s Helping The Worrisome Global Supply Chain”

Taco Bell And Dolly Parton Take a Menu Favorite Live

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By Michael Tedder It turns out that everyone really does love the Mexican Pizza. The current national mood is not great, as recession becomes a more likely possibility, the pandemic drags on and inflation hits record highs. But at least the Mexican Pizza is back. The fan-favorite Taco Bell dish (YUM) – Get Yum! Brands, Inc. Report, which consists of two fried tortillas sandwiching ground beef and cheese, was removed from the menu in November 2020, as part of Taco Bell’s commitment to compounding the misery of that year. Jokes aside, it was actually removed because the company was looking to st… Read More “Taco Bell And Dolly Parton Take a Menu Favorite Live”

USC Football: Trojans’ 2022 Schedule Analysis

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Athlon Sports

By Kane Webb Here is a look at the USC Trojans’ college football schedule in 2022 with a rundown of their opponents. The USC Trojans finally had enough of mediocrity and jettisoned Clay Helton to the outer orbits of college football, where he truthfully belongs. Helton was a mediocre talent evaluator and an even worse developer of the talent he had. In this year’s draft, USC once again had seemingly little to offer the NFL. A grand total of 33 players were drafted throughout Helton’s six-year tenure, and that includes the six that were picked in 2015, the year he took over. So, if you remove t… Read More “USC Football: Trojans’ 2022 Schedule Analysis”

College Sports Reacts To The Notre Dame Snub

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The Spun

By Alek Arend Despite a six-game win streak to end the 2022 regular season, Notre Dame lacrosse has not qualified for the postseason. It’s the first time the Fighting Irish have missed the mark since 2005. The Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team’s slow start to the season proved to be its downfall. The Fighting Irish began the year 2-4 with losses against No. 1 overall seed Maryland, No. 2 overall seed Georgetown and Ohio State, an at-large tournament team. However, ND won its last six games. That included a season finale victory against Duke, which resulted in a shared ACC title. Unfortunately, th… Read More “College Sports Reacts To The Notre Dame Snub”

Twitter Reacts to Notre Dame’s NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Snub

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Sports Illustrated

By Joseph Salvador This is the first time the team will miss the tournament since 2005. Twitter was in an uproar Sunday night after the top 16 lacrosse teams were announced for the 2022 men’s NCAA tournament. One specific omission was the source of most of the fury. Notre Dame didn’t make the field for the first time since 2005 after finishing the season 8–4. The Fighting Irish struggled to start the year after a season-opening win against Detroit Mercy, losing three consecutive games against Maryland, the tournament’s No. 1 seed, Georgetown, the tournament’s No. 2 seed and Ohio State, a squad… Read More “Twitter Reacts to Notre Dame’s NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Snub”

El Salvador Buys The Dip (Again)

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By Veronika Bondarenko The country became the first in the World to adopt it as legal tender in September 2021. There is no country with a leadership quite as hung up on cryptocurrency as El Salvador. The central American nation was the first in the World to adopt bitcoin as legal tender and bought 150 bitcoin during a dip in September 2021. Its president, 40-year-old Nayib Bukele, has been a very vocal proponent of the cryptocurrency, He constantly extols its virtues as a way of bringing the country forward despite rising evidence that it only exacerbated corruption. El Salvador Can’t Stop Bu… Read More “El Salvador Buys The Dip (Again)”

Biotechs Mirror Tech Stock Slump

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By Ellen Chang Biotechs continue to decline like tech stocks but the sector is adequately capitalized, analysts say. Biotech stocks sunk on Monday along with the broader tech sector. Inflationary concerns and interest rates have put a downward pressure on the biotech sector for several months. The Nasdaq declined by 521 points or 4.3%, at 11,623.25 points. “Nothing has really changed in the thesis that biotech is undervalued at these levels,” Thomas Hayes, chairman of Great Hill Capital in New York, told TheStreet. “You’re seeing pressure on the group until you get a few more prints that infla… Read More “Biotechs Mirror Tech Stock Slump”

Johnson Outdoors Falls On Bleak Outlook

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Deep Value Johnson Outdoors Goes On SaleJohnson Outdoors (NASDAQ:JOUT) is a blue-chip quality outdoor recreation stock with two things to be aware of. The first is that demand is high across all segments and driven by secular tailwinds that have nothing to do with COVID-19. The second is that supply chain headwinds are cutting into sales, primarily in the Fishing segment, and are expected to last through the end of the year. As bad as the news is for Johnson Outdoors, it could be worse for the broader market if this is what we can expect from S&P 500 earnings as we approach the midpoint of Q2 … Read More “Johnson Outdoors Falls On Bleak Outlook”

NGO partners Oyo to train public school students on coding, robotics, drone technology

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Business Day

Oyo State government is partnering Media and Digital Skills Centre Nigeria to train its public school students on Coding, Robotics, Artificial intelligence and Drone Technology. The program is aimed at bridging the craving gaps in the education sector, thereby launching the students into real digital skills that will engage them positively. Rahman Abiodun Abdu-Raheem, Commissioner […] read more NGO partners Oyo to train public school students on coding, robotics, drone technology Read More “NGO partners Oyo to train public school students on coding, robotics, drone technology”

Turkey’s Bayraktar Kizilelma: The future of aerial warfare?

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Al-Araby

Over fifteen years ago, one of the three masterminds behind Turkey’s drone success, engineer and businessman Selcuk Bayraktar, showed a tiny, homemade indigenous drone to a group of Turkish state officials during a presentation as a PhD student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Bayraktar understood the immense potential of these unmanned flying objects and foresaw that such technology could make his country among the most prolific users of drones. Trusting his gut, he asked the Turkish government for help in further improving his family’s invention. “Boeing, Lockheed, these a… Read More “Turkey’s Bayraktar Kizilelma: The future of aerial warfare?”