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Top news and what to watch in the markets on Tuesday, October 26, 2021.
IRVINE, Calif., October 26, 2021--SecureAuth, an identity security leader, and Hobart and William Smith Colleges (HWS), a leading liberal arts and sciences institution, announce their continued committed partnership to secure the research data, employees and students.
DUBLIN, October 26, 2021--The "Global Tissue Diagnostics (TDx) Market Growth Opportunities to 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
A proposal to rezone a former North Shore school property for industrial use as a new manufacturing company has been denied by the regional district board after overwhelming resistance was received from the neighbourhood. Valid Manufacturing had sought to change the Official Community Plan designation from institutional to industrial at the old School District No. 8 office site on Johnstone Road, and the zoning designation from institutional to a proposed new M7–industrial high tech zone, in ord
A first-of-its-kind proposal from Democratic lawmakers to tax U.S. billionaires on the assets they own is expected to face challenges from the super-rich, and be tough to implement, say tax experts and investors. The proposal, set to be unveiled as soon as Tuesday, would require roughly 700 U.S. billionaires to pay taxes annually when their stocks and some other assets increase in value, according to people familiar with the matter. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats hope the plan would raise as much as $250 billion to help pay for expanding the social safety net and tackling climate change.
Dublin, Oct. 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "UK e-fulfilment: Market Insight Report 2021" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The report covers development and growth of the market since 2015 and provides forecasts up to 2024. As internet shopping continues to grow, so the fulfilment of its orders continues to be a growth market - in contrast to the maturity of many segments of the logistics industry.We quantify the e-fulfilment market size and historical growth rates,
Long hours, inexperience, and a crew walk off before a death on the set of "Rust" may lead to big changes in how Hollywood handles guns.
From "Squid Game" to "Only Murders in the Building," original content is thriving on TV. When will networks stop with the remakes?
From 8 November, fully vaccinated travellers from Australia and Switzerland may enter Singapore without quarantine.
by Nicola Acutt
Japan's Princess Mako has finally married her college sweetheart, thus losing her royal status.
Former Wallaby David Pocock urges sport to take lead on climate change. The former Wallaby, now an activist, wants as many people as possible to watch the documentary Playing Against the Clock
Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires review – gleefully violent 80s throwback. A sweary, ninja-smashing stop-motion cop takes on drunken creatures of the night, but his satirical tools aren’t sharp enough
The volcanic, uncontrollable visions of a master reborn – Late Constable review. Royal Academy, LondonForget the rural idylls. This sublime show recasts John Constable as the godfather of the avant garde, producing explosive, nightmarish paintings of a vanishing world
FDA to debate authorizing Pfizer’s Covid vaccine for kids aged five to 11. Nearly 30 million children could receive the vaccine if approved for emergency use, boosting the fight against the Delta variant
The psychology of masks: why have so many people stopped covering their faces?. In England, masks are expected and recommended in crowded and enclosed spaces – but not legally required. Many have abandoned them altogether. What would convince everyone to put them back on?
October design news: moon art, forest crayons, celebrating second hand . Exhibitions of art from the criminal justice system and tapestry from around the world, plus the chance to take part in a new UK festival of creativity
Simply throwing money at the NHS won’t solve all its problems. Billions will be wasted as long as the health service remains hyper-centralised and disconnected from local authorities
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A Regina woman whose husband is waiting for a kidney transplant says when she heard Saskatchewan's organ donation program was being paused, she was "shocked that it was actually one of the decisions made." The province indefinitely suspended the program last month because of record-breaking COVID-19 hospitalizations. Janice Murphy said her husband François Ébrottié has been on home dialysis since late last year and has been on the kidney transplant list for at least a year and a half. She said f