Day: April 22, 2022

Economy

Buy the Danaher “gift horse” while it’s down, but leave room for more titles, says Cramer

On Friday, CNBC’s Jim Cramer advised investors to buy shares in a medical diagnostics and health technology company Danaher while it’s down, warning it won’t stay that long. “Danaher is a large American company with a stock that was trading at $ 280 before reporting that fantastic quarter yesterday morning. While the quarter was really […]

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Economy

The Federal Labor Council says Activision employees can hold union elections.

A federal labor council on Friday ruled that a group of about 20 quality control workers looking to join Activision Blizzardthe besieged video game company met the requirements to hold union elections. In a 27-page decision, Jennifer Hadsall, a regional director of the National Labor Relations Board, disagrees with Activision’s claim that the effort to […]

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Entertainment

The decline in NITROGEN availability could have disastrous consequences for the growth of plants and animals

Since the mid-20th century, scientists have been warning about the negative effects of excess nitrogen on natural ecosystems. But a new study suggests that some parts of the world are experiencing a dramatic decline in nitrogen availability. In the last century, human industry and agriculture have more than doubled the total global supply of reactive […]

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World

Singapore Airlines hopes to be the world’s first fully vaccinated airline

(CNN) – SingaporeThe flag carrier hopes to become the first airline in the world to vaccinate all crew members against Covid-19. Singapore Airlines (SIA) confirmed to CNN Travel that all crew members, including pilots, gate agents, flight attendants and anyone whose job requires contact with the public, have been offered free coronavirus vaccines since Singapore […]

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Science & Tech

Jack Dorsey’s new title: Block Head

Jack Dorsey, CEO, Twitter testifies at the Congressional hearing, March 25, 2021. CNBC Jack Dorsey is no longer the CEO of to block. At least he no longer has the title. in a deposit On Friday with the SEC, the company formerly known as Square said Dorsey changed its title to Block Head. Block updated […]

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Sports

Five Questions: USC enters the spring game with a skyrocketing hype

Almost six months ago, in his first official presentation as a USC manager, Lincoln Riley he looked out at an empty Colosseum and made a bold promise. “This place will be full,” Riley proclaimed. “This place is going to be the mecca of college football.” Mecca will not be built in a few months. But […]

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Politics

Watch the President of Ukraine perform Hava Nagila on the piano “with her genitals”

Volodymyr Zelenskyy was a comedian and actor before he became president of Ukraine in wartime. I thought it would be nice to bring out the most incongruous and funny footage to compare it to his current role as an emerging world hero resisting Russian imperial force. If you can find better than “seeming to perform […]

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Economy

Tech giants report the gains, be ready for the rebounds

CNBC’s Jim Cramer urged investors to take advantage of bearish days such as Friday to prepare portfolios for the Federal Reserveimpending interest rate hikes, but only if they have the means to do so. “After today’s disaster, we’re actually probably set for another loss or two before settling for what I think will be a […]

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Entertainment

Danny Roberts of “Real World: New Orleans” reflects on love, life and the stigma of HIV

For a generation of gay men, Danny Roberts is an indisputable icon. In 2000, the Georgia native was one of seven roommates to appear on MTV’s “The Real World: New Orleans” and apparently overnight became a public face for the LGBTQ rights movement. Back then, he was a fresh-faced 22-year-old college graduate who was learning […]

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Health

Covid was the third leading cause of death in the United States last year

Covid-19 was the third leading cause of death in the United States last year, with only heart disease and cancer killing the most people. according to the data released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Covid killed more than 415,000 people in 2021 and contributed to the deaths of another 45,000 people, […]

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