Emerging Tech Reshaping Travel And Tourism In The 21st Century

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In the wake of a travel frenzy, sparked by pent-up consumer travel demand and more than two years of pandemic-induced lockdowns and border restrictions, tourism and leisure are making a strong rebound as consumers take to the skies again at a soaring pace. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more In most cases, we can almost say that the cause behind the chaos, which ended up derailing thousands of passengers’ planned trips, was due to a lack of insufficient planning, available support systems, and unreliable operational undertakings. The recent few months of travel have been a test of… Read More “Emerging Tech Reshaping Travel And Tourism In The 21st Century”

Big Japanese Investor Finds Itself Caught In Another Debacle

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The Street

By Ellen Chang Softbank has made several investments that have led to massive losses, including WeWork. SoftBank Group has struck out on several its latest investments since several of them have proved to be nearly worthless. One of the largest Japanese investors, Softbank made a bet on cryptocurrency by investing $100 million into brokerage FTX, which some investors such as Sequoia Capital said is worth zero. SoftBank said on Friday that its investment into bankrupt crypto exchange FTX has a minimal impact in its $100 billion Softbank Vision Fund. FTX, based in the Bahamas, was valued at $32 … Read More “Big Japanese Investor Finds Itself Caught In Another Debacle”

Good News: the mosquitoes wiping out dengue and the Indian village doing a digital detox

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It can be hard to see from the headlines sometimes, but not all news is bad news. This is the Good News round-up, a weekly digest of positive stories to make you feel better about the state of the World. This week we cover the woman bringing computers to children in remote African communities; a breakthrough in transportation for donated hearts; the genetically modified mosquitoes that are wiping out dengue fever in parts of Brazil; South Korea’s new pet protection scheme using ‘nose prints’; and the Indian village practising ‘digital fasting’. Click the video above to get the full digest or c… Read More “Good News: the mosquitoes wiping out dengue and the Indian village doing a digital detox”

5 College Football Picks Against the Spread (ATS) for Week 11

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Athlon Sports

By Kevin McGuire Athlon Sports’ college football expert makes his picks against the spread for Week 11 of the 2022 season. With college football making the final turn in the regular season, the Week 11 slate of games is a pretty darn good one. Division and conference championship game positions could come into focus or be clinched this week across the country, and there are some games on the radar that carry some weight in a couple of conference title chases. Related: College Football Predictions for Every Game in Week 11 There are also some lopsided point spreads in a few matchups this weeken… Read More “5 College Football Picks Against the Spread (ATS) for Week 11”

The Top 10 College Football Matchups to Track in Week 11

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Sports Illustrated

By Richard Johnson As the season winds down, plenty teams have the chance to succeed—or play spoiler to other contenders. Welcome to the regular season’s home stretch. There are just three weeks to go before conference championship games and the announcement of the four entrants in the College Football Playoff. League races are starting to take shape as teams begin to clinch. All times ET. Watch college football with fuboTV: Start a free trial today. NoonOklahoma at WVU (-7.5) Oklahoma’s rocky up-and-down season continues after a three-point loss to Baylor last week. This game should be gettab… Read More “The Top 10 College Football Matchups to Track in Week 11”

Ben Simmons to continue coming off bench for Nets

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New York Daily News

NEW YORK — Starting Nets center Nic Claxton joked that his shooting 3-pointers could provide the spacing needed to play more minutes together with Ben Simmons. That, however, isn’t a viable option, no matter how eager Claxton, a career 15% 3-point shooter, is to let them fly. “I wanna shoot [them],” he said. For now, Nets head coach Jacque Vaughn said Simmons will continue to come off the bench as he works his way through offseason back surgery and a swollen knee that he had fluid drained from last week. The Nets have staggered the minutes Claxton and Simmons play. They have found success in t… Read More “Ben Simmons to continue coming off bench for Nets”

Is Mid-Cap Neurocrine Biosciences A Buy After Blowout Q3 Report?

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Neurocrine Biosciences came within a penny of Tuesday’s all-time high of $125.99 before pulling back.The company’s treatment for a disorder called tardive dyskinesia, which accounts for nearly all the company’s revenue, came in higher than expected.The stock is up 15.33% in the past month.In the company’s Q3 earnings report earlier this month, CEO Kevin Gorman cited other promising drugs in the pipeline.Mid-cap Neurocrine Biosciences (NASDAQ:NBIX) continued its uptrend Thursday, along with the market-wide broad rally. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified Financial … Read More “Is Mid-Cap Neurocrine Biosciences A Buy After Blowout Q3 Report?”

Oil Is a Compelling Reason The Sell-Off In Stocks Isn’t Over

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Oil is a compelling reason why the sell-off in stocks isn’t over.The price of WTI is being underpinned by a weakened dollar and is ready to move higher.Inflation may have peaked but it’s still here and the FOMC is going to keep raising interest rates.If you are wondering if this rebound in the S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:SPY) will hold, if the selloff and bear market is over, they’re not. The CPI for October was better than expected and the market cheered, delivering a solid 5%+ move, but there is a single reason to fear another surge in inflation, another spike in FOMC activity and a sell-off in stocks… Read More “Oil Is a Compelling Reason The Sell-Off In Stocks Isn’t Over”

Biden and Xi to meet at G20 summit

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Beijing (AFP) – Xi Jinping and Joe Biden will hold talks at next week’s G20 summit in Bali, their first face-to-face meeting since the US president took office and just weeks after the Chinese leader secured a landmark third term. The leaders of the World’s two biggest economies have spoken by phone multiple times since Biden became president in January 2021. But the Covid-19 pandemic and Xi’s subsequent aversion to foreign travel have prevented them from meeting in person. Beijing’s foreign ministry said Friday that China would always “firmly defend” its interests in talks with the United Sta… Read More “Biden and Xi to meet at G20 summit”

Will digital currencies wane or flourish as banks adopt ISO 20022?

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City AM

By Crypto AM: Taking a Byte Out of Digital Assets with Jonny Fry The introduction of ISO 20022 in March 2023 will be a huge upgrade for the way banks will be able to exchange information about payments. ISO 20022 will allow much more structured data to be shared – upgrading SWIFTs 40-year-old messaging system and potentially giving fiat currencies the ability to compete with CBDC and other digital currencies. Alternatively, will ISO 20022 enable cryptocurrencies, fintech companies and potentially TradFi firms to create their own ISO compliant digital currencies and provide a range of new value… Read More “Will digital currencies wane or flourish as banks adopt ISO 20022?”