Following the revised forecast, Apple CEO also sent an email to all Apple employees discussing the impact of the coronavirus, saying that the company’s first priority “is the health and safety of our employees, supply chain partners, customers, and the communities in which we operate.” … [Read more...] about Read Tim Cook’s email to Apple employees about the impact of coronavirus
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For many people, paying rent and EMI means having no money left. So, they are unable to save for other financial goals. This is fine if it is only temporary. But you can’t compromise on goals if the situation continues for long. Or, is it possible to reach your other financial goals by investing less now and making up later with higher investments when your salary increases? … [Read more...] about Home loan: How much can you afford?
The sect rule states that students on their periods will not stay inside the hostel room but in the basement area. They cannot socialise or enter the kitchen or place of worship. They have to maintain separate belongings and cleanse them after their cycle is over. Besides, girls on their period are made to sit on the last bench in the classroom. … [Read more...] about Prove if you are on your period: Principal asks girls to strip in Bhuj college
The pharmaceuticals industry is concerned that stocks of active ingredients for drugs like paracetamol, ibuprofen, could last for 15 days and for two-three months for other drugs, the presentation by the unnamed industry chamber showed.Exclusive offer: Use code "BUDGET2020" and get Moneycontrol Pro's Subscription for as little as Rs 333/- for the first year. … [Read more...] about Indian industry seeks cut in import duties to tackle disruptions due to coronavirus
A couple of months later, a padded manila envelope arrived at [Val’s French girlfriend] Marie’s apartment, addressed to Val. The return address was the FBI’s Manhattan headquarters. Inside was a thumb drive. Val had concluded that the materials he’d guarded for the past five years belonged in the FBI’s hands—a decision made easier when the agents agreed to help Marie and her son secure visas so they could legally remain in the United States. The agents had told Val that once he had loaded his goods onto the miniature drive, someone would come by to pick it up. Val texted me a photo of the envelope. It had three postage stamps, each depicting a household pet: a mouse, a guinea pig, and a parrot. … [Read more...] about How a Wall Street exec’s suicide led his son to share files on Trump’s favorite bank with the FBI