Discover how industries reacted to the changes in 2020 and what's in store for the coming year.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex dropped the wedding bombshell during their interview with Oprah.
Meghan said their Royal Wedding was a 'spectacle for the world', in her exclusive chat with Oprah.
U.S. crowd-safety company Evolv Technology said on Sunday it is combining with blank-check firm NewHold Investment Corp to go public in a deal that will value it at about $1.7 billion. Evolv is backed by investors including Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and venture capital firm General Catalyst. The deal is expected to close in the second quarter, and the company expects to trade on the Nasdaq under the ticker "EVLV", according to the Wall Street Journal, which first reported the news.
"I don't say that to be disparaging to anyone because it was a really hard week of the wedding and she was upset about something."
IntelliCentrics (6819.HK), the innovator of the SEC³URE Ethos, SEC³URE Passport, Link & GO!, BioBytes™ and now BioBytes™ Visitor, serves healthcare facilities across North America, the United Kingdom, and China, announces the creation of another industry first, BioBytes Visitor. BioBytes Visitor delivers value on two concurrent vectors by giving patients control over who can visit them when receiving care while providing locations of care (LOCs) with the ability to apply their safety and COVID-19 policies to visitors. The result is the first-ever technology platform to support the needs of every individual entering an LOC.
Black Hat, the world’s leading producer of information security events, to host its virtual Black Hat Asia conference, taking place Singapore Time (SGT/UTC+8), on May 4 – 7. Registration is currently open with early bird pricing available. Attendees will receive access to high-quality content through the Black Hat Briefings, a selection of in-depth Training courses, and the latest hacking tools in the Black Hat Arsenal.
Rugby Australia has approved plans to seek an injection of private equity, which chairman Hamish McLennan said had the potential to spark "an incredibly exciting period" for the cash-strapped game.
Authorities promised Sunday to pursue criminal charges after a massive party near the University of Colorado in Boulder devolved into a violent confrontation with police that left three officers injured. (March 7)
Nathan Burke has given his Western Bulldogs charges a healthy dose of 'TLC' in the aftermath of their eye-opening loss to AFLW premiership favourites Collingwood.But as the former champion St Kilda rover is quick to point out, his approach is not what you might think.
As NSW approaches the first anniversary of its tough COVID-19 lockdown, the state has welcomed a milestone half-century in the fight against the virus that unleashed a global pandemic.NSW Health on Monday declared the community had gone 50 consecutive days without a single virus case in the community.
MegazoneCloud and Hyundai Motor Company collaborated to launch Channel Hyundai providing a new digital customer experience and communication channel
Isorg obtains FBI certification for security market’s first organic photodiode-based module for fingerprint scanners.
Mar.07 -- Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi urged the U.S. to stop “crossing lines and playing with fire” on Taiwan. Stephen Engle reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Chinese drone giant DJI Technology Co Ltd built up such a successful U.S. business over the past decade that it almost drove all competitors out of the market. Yet its North American operations have been hit by internal ructions in recent weeks and months, with a raft of staff cuts and departures, according to interviews with more than two dozen current and former employees. The loss of key managers, some of who have joined rivals, has compounded problems caused by U.S. government restrictions on Chinese companies, and raised the once-remote prospect of DJI's dominance being eroded, said four of the people, including two senior executives who were at the company until late 2020.
The Queensland premier says the coronavirus vaccine can only be rolled out as fast as it's being supplied by the federal government.Annastacia Palaszczuk defended the pace of the rollout as the first two AstraZeneca hubs opened in Logan and Bundaberg on Monday.
(Bloomberg) -- Oil surged above $71 a barrel in Asian trading after Saudi Arabia said the world’s largest crude terminal was attacked, although output appeared to be unaffected after the missiles and drones were intercepted.Futures in London jumped as much as 2.6% at the open after rising 4.9% last week. The kingdom said a storage tank at Ras Tanura in the country’s Gulf coast was attacked on Sunday by a drone from the sea. The terminal is capable of exporting roughly 6.5 million barrels a day -- nearly 7% of oil demand -- and as such one of the world’s most protected installations.The attacks follow a recent escalation of hostilities in the Middle East region after Yemen’s Houthi rebels launched a series of attacks on Saudi Arabia. The new U.S. administration has also carried out airstrikes in Syria last month on sites it said were connected with Iran-backed groups.Oil climbed last week after Saudi Arabia and OPEC+ made a surprise pledge to keep output steady in April, accelerating a rally this year that has seen prices surge more than 35%. The move prompted a raft of investment banks to raise their price forecasts, with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. estimating global benchmark Brent will top $80 a barrel in the third quarter.The Sunday attack is the most serious against Saudi oil installations since a key processing facility and two oil fields came under fire in September 2019, cutting oil production for several days and exposing the vulnerability of the Saudi petroleum industry. That assault was claimed by the Houthi rebels, although Riyadh pointed the finger at Iran.“It’s a perfect mix of bullish news at the moment,” said Warren Patterson, head of commodities strategy at ING Bank NV in Singapore. “It does seem that these attacks are picking up in frequency, so the market may need to price in some risk premium.”Brent’s prompt timespread at 68 cents a barrel in backwardation, a bullish market structure where the front-month contract trades higher than later shipments. It averaged about 58 cents last week.Bullish Chinese export data and the outlook for U.S. stimulus also supported oil and other markets in Asia. President Joe Biden is on the cusp of his first legislative win with the House ready to give passage to his $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief plan, the second-biggest economic stimulus in American historyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
* Graphic: World FX rates https://tmsnrt.rs/2RBWI5E * Commodity currencies gain early after Brent rises * Dollar supported against yen and Swiss franc by yields * U.S. stimulus, jobs data give sentiment a boost By Stanley White TOKYO, March 8 (Reuters) - The dollar fell against the currencies of major commodity exporters on Monday as investors increased bets on countries that will benefit from rising prices for oil, metals, and other goods. The dollar also fell slightly against the British pound and the euro, but held at multi-month highs against the yen and the Swiss franc because of rising Treasury yields. Analysts said that sentiment for the dollar has improved because of positive economic data and progress in passing a $1.9 trillion stimulus package, but that the greenback would continue to struggle against commodity currencies amid strong expectations for a rebound in global trade.
Bryson DeChambeau once again drove his tee shot over the lake at the sixth hole at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Controversial golfer Patrick Reed has come under fire after fans accused him of improving his balls lie at the Arnold Palmer Invitation. Source: Golf Weekly / Twitter
Kane Williamson and the all-conquering Black Caps are in line to be the first New Zealanders outside of the border regime and health system to be vaccinated for COVID-19.New Zealand Cricket (NZC) has confirmed negotiations with Jacinda Ardern's government to protect the Black Caps before they head overseas next month and attempt to become the inaugural World Test Champions.