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Apple orders company staff to return to the office once a week from April 11 after multiple delays

Apple is ordering company staff to return to the office once a week from April 11 after multiple delays – with workers told they will have to be back at least three days a week by May 23 Apple’s CEO announced return-to-office timelines in a Friday memo US personnel must …

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ESPERION THERAPEUTICS, INC. Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (Form 10-K)

You should read the following discussion and analysis of our financial condition and results of operations together with our financial statements and related notes appearing elsewhere in this Annual Report on Form 10-K. In addition to historical information, this discussion and analysis contains forward-looking statements that involve risks, uncertainties and …

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Thailand’s tourism industry demands lifting of Covid restrictions, PM urges caution

Thailand’s Prayut Chan-o-cha calls on all 77 provincial governments to do all they can to reduce the spread of Thailand’s latest Covid surge. There have been over 18,000 new infections in the past 2 days. Today Thailand recorded 18,953 new official cases with many more unofficial cases that were recorded …

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Iran is a safe destination for tourism: minister

Tehran – Iran is quite a safe and beautiful destination for international travelers, Iranian Tourism Minister Ezzatollah Zarghami said on Saturday. “Foreign tourists should be aware that Iran has the most beautiful and safest places for tourism, but the negative propaganda from Western media has tainted their minds, as those …

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Significant increase in nonimmigrant visa fees expected by September

The Biden administration has proposed raising fees on almost all nonimmigrant visas. While U.S. officials say the move is necessary to better align visa prices with what it costs to provide them, critics worry that unless the administration tackles visa wait times, rising costs could mean even fewer travelers and …

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COVID-19 updates: US begins taking orders for COVID testing as Oregon schools grapple with infection spike

The COVID-19 virus. OPB Many of the COVID-19 challenges Oregonians face today are deeply familiar. Nearly two years into the pandemic, the state is still trying to balance the risk of spreading the virus in the classroom with the benefits of in-person instruction in schools; struggling with access to testing; …

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BC hotel, tour operators offered property tax, hydro assistance – Cranbrook Daily Townsman

As B.C. tourism operators wait to see if they can avoid losing a third summer of business due to COVID-19 restrictions, the B.C. government is offering another assistance to help cover fixed costs such as provincial property tax and park permits. Tourism Minister Melanie Mark said the $15 million program …

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Tourism industry awaits decision to allow visitors to Pilbara with low vaccination rates as WA borders reopen

Pilbara’s tourism industry says it needs concrete responses from the Western Australian government on whether the region will be cut off from the rest of the state, as vaccination rates in the region remain low. Key points: The WA government previously reported that tourists could be stranded in areas with …

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5,000 Square Foot Palestrina Event Center Opens at Liberty Business Park | Business

As the planning of large gatherings such as weddings or working parties continue to face the challenges of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there is at least one less thing revelers in the Verona region are facing. have to think – a location for their next event. Palestrina Event Center opened …

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Cost of Hemayetpur-Bhatara metro set to increase by 11% before construction begins

Delays in detailed design, land acquisition and contractors’ purchases push up the cost of the Hemayetpur-Bhatara metro by 11.19% even before construction begins. The progress of the detailed design, which was due to be completed in October, has so far only been 24%, and the Dhaka Mass Transit Company Limited …

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Namibia: Travel bans – Tourism companies each bleed N $ 2.1 million in a week

Travel bans: tourism companies each bleed N $ 2.1 million in a week News – National | 2021-12-14 by Shelleygan Petersen TOURISM companies have received cancellations through 2022, signaling one of Namibia’s most serious tourism crises in the past two years. The tourism and hospitality sectors in Botswana, Namibia, Zambia …

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California Independent Constituency Commission slammed for costs, alleged secrecy

Flags on the California Capitol in Sacramento. Courtesy of the office of Senator Toni Atkins California’s independent redistribution commission is taking a lot of heat for the congressional and legislative maps it is drawing to pass the Dec. 27 deadline. But it’s not just the sometimes confusing product that’s under …

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Hospitality and tourism sector expected to rebound more slowly than others

Colorado man who sent anonymous letters and photos to school board members not facing chargesThe Jefferson County district attorney has no plans to lay criminal charges against an Arvada man who wrote anonymous letters to members of the Jefferson County school board. 9 minutes ago The hospitality and tourism sector …

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Christmas in Kutztown at the train station

Families met Santa on a train trip and enjoyed holiday shopping, cookie decorating, ornament making and other holiday entertainments at the train station for the annual Community Partnership Christmas. Kutztown to Kutztown on December 4. “(Christmas in Kutztown) was a huge success,” said Kutztown Mayor Jim Schlegel. “The vendors and …

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Competing visions collide for Duluth’s tourism tax spending

In a meeting on Thursday night’s agenda, councilors engaged in a heated discussion, laying out competing ideas on how the city should split what is expected to be a $ 13.3 million pie in 2022. But about half of that pie will be eaten up by past commitments, to pay …

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Tourism industry in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto shows recovery after COVID-19 closures

Local tourism and the travel industry are recovering from the setbacks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, a trend reflected in soaring tax revenues for cities in the region. In Round Rock and Pflugerville, business and tourism strategies are driving increases in hotel tax revenues and local economic growth, albeit from …

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Return for a cure – The Daily Rider

While many returning students and alumni spent Saturday mornings preparing game day tailgates and meetings, others woke up early to flip pancakes to benefit charity. The student volunteers took advantage of the hustle and bustle of the alumni reunion and home football game against Duke – a big rival close …

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UC Lobbying for Revision of FAS Freedom of Expression Rules, Funding Night Transportation Program | New

The Undergraduate Council passed legislation to establish a social inclusion grant for college students, to propose that faculty review Harvard’s guidelines on free speech, and to fund a nighttime transportation program at the time. ‘a Sunday evening meeting. The first act revives a fund made available by UC twice in …

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Sláintecare meetings were largely a waste of time

In 2018, I received an invitation from Minister Simon Harris to join the Sláaintecare Implementation Advisory Council (SIAC), whose first meeting was held in April 2019. During the introduction, I clearly stated my interests and interest in hospital reform, but I was told that the advisory board would not get …

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Iowa City Pride kicks off Friday, celebrating its 50th anniversary

Downtown Iowa City will be the site of a major celebration Friday and Saturday, which reflects both the city’s history and a space that creates community. It’s Iowa City Pride 2021, back in person after being canceled last year and limited to virtual events due to COVID-19. Iowa City Pride …

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West Fargo Library Events for the week of September 15

West Fargo Public Library Now Accepting Meeting Room Reservations The public can now reserve meeting rooms at the West Fargo Public Library. This service was interrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic but resumed on Monday, June 21. At this time, the library has two meeting rooms that the public can …

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Fuel crisis leading to canceled NHS cancer appointments | Coronavirus

Postponing NHS appointments for some cancer patients due to the fuel crisis will increase pressure on patients and their families, charities have warned. The Guardian has learned that several cancer patients who were due for appointments this week at University College Hospital (UCLH), one of London’s largest hospitals, have been …

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HTA resumes support for community tourism initiatives

The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) announced Monday that it is resuming its Community Enrichment Program (CEP), which supports community projects, festivals and events that enhance resident and visitor experiences and create development opportunities. significant economic. HTA works in partnership with the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB) and Island Chapters …

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Odisha’s Tourism Industry On Track To Recover, Hotels Fill Up During Lean Period | Bhubaneswar News

BHUBANEWAR: The state’s tourism industry, which had been in the doldrums since last year due to the Covid pandemic, has started to experience a revival, with most hotels experiencing impressive visitor occupancy. A drop in Covid infections, coupled with the easing of restrictions, have brought tourists back to their favorite …

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Travel Agents: Travel Insurance Worth the Cost | Business

Two Valley travel agents agree that it is wise for anyone booking a vacation to purchase travel insurance. Friend Miller from Miller Travel Agency, Middleburg and Sara Newbury from Travel leaders, Lewisburg, each said more and more of their customers are purchasing insurance to protect against potential disruption from the …

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PCB Autumn Tourism Expected to Continue Based on Summer Season Figures

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WJHG / WECP) – Millions of dollars have been poured into Panama City Beach thanks to the summer season which broke tourist records. But will that momentum continue through the fall season, especially with so many events postponed due to COVID? Even with major events like …

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Uzbekistan joins Olive Council – Olive Oil Times

On August 31, 2021, Uzbekistan became the 18e member of the International Olive Council (IOC). “With the ratification of the agreement by Uzbekistan, the country becomes a full member of the International Olive Council sharing the objectives, mission and obligations of this important intergovernmental body, the largest forum on olive …

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International Swimming League accused of financial mismanagement by former leaders

The International Swimming League (ISL) was accused of failing to pay vendors and vendors two years ago by two former show executives. The duo, Jean-François Salessy, managing director of the Energy Standard team and ISL’s commercial director, Hubert Montcoudiol, resigned their positions in November of last year due to what …

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Special ceremonies in honor of Marion’s deceased veterans will change

The Quarterly Memorial – previously held every three months at the Ocala-Marion County Veterans Memorial Park – is currently undergoing some changes. The memorial will now be held every four to six months, and organizers are presenting a commemorative plaque to the families of honored veterans. During the commemorations, staff …

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Safe business travel will boost US economy and jobs, industry leaders say

© Shutterstock A coalition of travel and business industry leaders is advocating a return to business travel to the United States, saying it would speed up the country’s economic recovery and create jobs. Health protocols and policies put in place by the travel and events industry make meetings, conferences, exhibitions …

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Bolt Metals provides update on the Cyclops Nickel-Cobalt project; License renewal in progress

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC et al. Claim your 1-week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sep 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Bolt Metals Corp. (“Lock“or the”Society“) (CSE: BOLT) (FRANKFURT: A2QEUB) (OTCQB: PCRCF) provides an update on the Company’s 5,000 hectare nickel-cobalt …

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Long delays as Canada opens border to fully vaccinated U.S. tourists after 16 months

VANCOUVER, Aug.9 (Reuters) – Long delays were reported at the Canada-U.S. Border on Monday as Ottawa finally opened its doors to fully vaccinated U.S. tourists for the first time in 16 months, sparking a tourist rush north during the busy summer season. Government data showed a seven-hour wait time for …

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Businesses thought they had a plan for fall, now they’re scrapping it

‘Barron’s’ panel discusses challenges for video game equity investors Until a few weeks ago, business leaders were confident about what to expect this fall. The offices would reopen after Labor Day. Business travel would resume more widely. Long-delayed business meetings, conventions and off-site meetings were finally about to take place. …

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LEXICON PHARMACEUTICALS: Management Discussion and Analysis of Financial Position and Results of Operations (Form 10-Q)

Overview We are a biopharmaceutical company with a mission of pioneering medicines that transform patients' lives. We are devoting most of our resources to the research and development of our most advanced drug candidates: •We are developing LX9211, an orally-delivered small molecule drug candidate, as a treatment for neuropathic pain. …

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Alaskan whales would be “happier” with fewer tourists around

Researchers recently observed that whales in Alaska were the “happiest” they had ever been. Much like a true New Yorker, the increased contentment of these whales is said to be due to the lack of tourists in the area. BBC reports how the behavioral change of whales, especially humpback whales, …

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Residents Could Save Big If Rx Import Bill Passes

July 23, 2021 By Lily Bohlke – Public Information Service A bipartisan bill before the legislature would allow Michigan residents to buy pharmaceuticals in Canada, where prices are much lower. If adopted, patients could save 50-80% on treatments ranging from diabetes to blood clots or allergies. Melissa Seifert, associate director …

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The “Downtown is Open” campaign seeks to return to restaurants and events

Elle McMaster works and shops in Columbus. She owns the Copper & Ash Salon on South 3rd and Main Streets, and on Tuesday she was perusing the Pearl Market on East Gay Street, shopping for produce and coffee. McMaster, a resident of Olde Towne East, is optimistic about the future …

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Canadian border changes could boost Florida tourism

TALLAHASSEE – State economists expressed optimism on Tuesday that already rebounding tourism numbers will see a quicker-than-expected boost from international travelers as Canada eases border restrictions linked to COVID -19. While decisions remain from the White House regarding Canadian travelers entering the United States, members of the Florida Economic Estimates …

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Could Didi turn the American carpooling market upside down?

China-based rideshare company Didi, which raised $ 4.4 billion when it went public on June 30, could help support its goal of growing in more overseas markets, possibly including states. -United. If Didi enters the United States, some analysts suspect that VTC prices could drop, but wait times could worsen. …

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‘We are emptied’: Australian Covid epidemic comes at worst possible time for New Zealand tourism operators

Tourism operators facing a wave of cancellations resulting from the bursting of the trans-Tasman bubble should receive a wage subsidy, the mayor of the Queenstown Lakes district said. Since the opening of the trans-Tasman bubble in April, tourism operators, especially those in New Zealand’s alpine regions, have been eagerly awaiting …

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New homeless shelter in Northampton looking for volunteers

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) – United Way of Hampshire County is looking for volunteers to help run a recently opened homeless shelter in downtown Northampton. The homeless shelter at First Churches in Northampton is run by ServiceNet and opened on December 4. According to a press release sent to 22News, the …

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Promoting Retirement Savings for America Saves Week 2021

America Saves Week 2021, which runs February 22-26, is an opportunity to encourage employees to start saving as early as possible through their workplace retirement plan and, if they can , to increase their savings each year, even if only a small amount. The website contains social media graphics to …

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