OSU professor appointed head of national climate science agency

CORVALLIS, Ore. – A professor at Oregon State University has been appointed by President Joe Biden to head the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), a national agency specializing in weather and climate science. “I am deeply honored by this appointment,” said Rick Spinrad. “Throughout my years as a graduate …

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Betway, US banks, vaccine feud – Breakingviews

Concise information on global finance. Latest – SPAC online betting offer – American banks – European Union / AstraZeneca Bet on SPAC. First DraftKings, then Golden Nugget Online Gaming, now Betway. The latest owner of the global online sports betting brand, Super Group, is merge with a special purpose acquisition …

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5 excellent wine towns to visit in Spain

April 26, 2021 at 3:40 p.m. This content is brought to you by the FingerLakes1.com team. Support our mission by visiting www.patreon.com/fl1 or find out how you send us your local content here. If you are looking for a great wine tasting vacation where you can visit vineyards, explore charming …

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Spanish minister sent death threat with bloody knife

OVIEDO from Spain Spain’s Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto confirmed on Monday that someone had sent him a death threat and a knife with what appears to be blood on it. “You can imagine how difficult it is,” she told reporters after leaving the police station where she denounced the letter. …

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Capital calls: US bank mergers

A Wall Street sign is pictured outside the New York Stock Exchange amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the Manhattan neighborhood of New York City, New York, the United States on April 16 2021. REUTERS / Carlo Allegri Concise information on global finance. ———————————————– DEAL COPS. New York Community …

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Reyes Maroto: Minister of Tourism: “Spaniards can start planning their vacations” | Economy and business

Spain’s Minister of Tourism receives letter with bloody knife Spain’s Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto announced on Friday that citizens will be able to travel normally this summer, at least within the country. “The Spaniards can start planning their vacations,” she said in an interview with Spanish TV channel La Sexta. …

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NOAA issues new climate standards for the United States

WABASH VALLEY (WTHI) – Climate and weather experts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration just released the new 30-year climate standard. With nearly 15,000 weather stations reporting precipitation and more than 7,300 temperature stations in the United States, NOAA has released new climate normals for the United States. The …

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Top 10 reasons to travel to Spain

With endless cultural festivals, beautiful beaches and incredible nightlife, Spain is impressive all year round. From Madrid to Barcelona via Seville and Valencia, Spain is such a dynamic country with a boost. The climate in Spain is the most reliable with more than 300 sunny days per year. The versatile …

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The Spanish tourism plea has come under fire after ‘insulting’ Britain’s Brexit: ‘Don’t make us laugh! ” | Politics | New

After Spain’s Tourism Minister appealed to travelers to keep the Mediterranean nation in mind when booking vacations this summer, the enraged Britons fired back. Some have pointed out that his request was a far cry from how Britain was treated in the months following Brexit. Express.co.uk was quick to turn …

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Girls 1st, boys 2nd in Nyssa | Sports

The Baker girls finished first and the boys placed second in a multi-school track and field competition Thursday April 22 in Nyssa. “The kids continue to impress us, they did a great job in competition,” said Baker coach Suzy Cole. The Baker Girls competed against Huntington, Nyssa, Adrian, Riverside, Burns, …

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Baker opens the track season | Sports

The Baker track team kicked off its first competitive season in two years on Thursday, April 15, welcoming La Grande, Nyssa and Joseph. The Baker girls, led by Emma Baeth who sweep the 800 and 1500, finished second with 178 points behind La Grande’s 231. Emma Baeth of Baker, left, …

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Ducal Palace of Lerma – Lerma, Spain

This 17th century palace was the home of Francisco Gómez de Sandoval y Rojas, Duke of Lerma and an influential favorite of King Philip III of Spain. The Duke was an important diplomat who negotiated many treaties, and his magnificent and imposing palace was believed to serve as a symbol …

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Lake Placid 2023 mascot contest launched

A competition to design the mascot for the Lake Placid 2023 World University Games has been launched by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Any resident of New York State 18 years of age or older, or any resident of the United States currently enrolled in a college or university in …

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Airlines go into debt at near-record rate in early 2021

Receive free airline updates We will send you a MyFT Daily Summary email with the latest airline news every morning. Airlines took advantage of a wave of investor enthusiasm to raise more than $ 16 billion in bond markets in the first quarter, bolstering their finances as the travel disruption …

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KISS gave their first concert that day in 1973

KISS gave their first gig on January 30, 1973 at the Popcorn Club – later renamed Conventry Club – in Queens, NY KISS will present its “End of the Road” tour at Hersheypark Stadium on August 21. Prior to Hershey, the band will perform on March 29 at the Wells …

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Mydecine announces four new lead drug candidates and

DENVER, April 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Mydecine Innovations Group (NEO: MYCO) (OTC: MYCOF) (FSE: 0NFA) (“Mydecine” or the “Company”), an emerging biopharmaceutical and life sciences company committed to the research, development and acceptance of natural alternative medicines for consumer use, has announced its four new drug candidates as the …

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SB Corp. accepts zero rate P3.4-B loans to MSMEs

Secretary of Commerce Ramon Lopez MANILA – The Small Business (SB) Corp. approved a total of PHP 3.38 billion in loans to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) under the Covid-19 Assistance to Restart Enterprises (CARES) program, Commerce Secretary Ramon Lopez said on Thursday. In a TV interview, Lopez said …

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HDFC Green Home Retail Loans Cross Rs 14,000 Crore

Renu Sud Karnad, managing director of HDFC, said the lender is seeing huge growth in the housing sector thanks to historically lowest interest rates, stable house prices and lower stamp duties. The largest pureplay HDFC mortgage player, which signed a pact with the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) on Wednesday, …

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DOJ files oppose acquisition of Plaid – TechCrunch

DOJ disputes Visa’s acquisition of a fintech start-up, Apple launches the latest version of iOS and goPuff acquires an iconic alcohol retailer. This is your Daily Crunch for November 5, 2020. The big story: DOJ files pursue to stop Plaid acquisition The Justice Department is challenging Visa’s $ 5.3 billion …

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The most popular benefits

Holistic social benefits that support an individual’s diverse needs have become essential during COVID-19. Employees look to their employers for help when dealing with mental health, financial strain and childcare challenges. Indeed, 58% of employers offer their employees welfare benefits, according to data from the Society for Human Resource Management. …

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Fluent announces new $ 65 million credit facility

NEW YORK, March 31, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Fluent, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLNT), a leading data-driven performance marketing company, today announced the signing of a new agreement five-year credit facility, in the amount of $ 50.0 million, a term loan and revolving credit facility of up to $ 15.0 million, provided …

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Lebanon agrees with Iraq to exchange medical expertise for oil |

BEIRUT – Officials in Beirut and Baghdad on Friday signed a preliminary agreement that would see Lebanon trade medical expertise for Iraqi fuel supplies, Lebanese state media reported. The Lebanese state-owned electricity company faces severe cash shortages as the country grapples with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil …

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No more Sunday hunting on the Pennsylvania Game Commission agenda

Additional Sunday hunting opportunities will be considered by the Pennsylvania Hunting Council commissioners when they meet virtually on Saturday, January 23. The commission proposed expanding the species that can be hunted on 2 of the 3 Sundays that state lawmakers allowed the commission to enact last year. In addition to …

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Letters to the Editor, April 6, 2021

It refers to “Privatizing public sector banks is not a good idea” (April 6). The need to privatize public sector banks (PSBs) is not only due to high NPAs. The expansion of PSBs began in the 1970s with the opening of branches in rural and non-banking areas and these banks …

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Head of TDP Yanamala – The New Indian Express

Through Express news service VIJAYAWADA: Demanding that the state government publish a white paper on the state’s financial situation, top TDP leader and former finance minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu blamed the YSRC regime’s “anti-PA policies” for the deterioration from the financial position to the point of non-payment of wages to employees …

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Shivraj attacks Congress in Assam – the New Indian Express

Express news service BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Thursday launched an all-out attack on Congress and its former president Rahul Gandhi in Assam. He addressed a campaign rally in the segment of the Palasbari assembly of Guwahati Lok Sabha constituency, where he fired verbal rounds at Gandhi …

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LifeMine Therapeutics Announces $ 50 Million Series B Funding

CAMBRIDGE, Mass .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – LifeMine Therapeutics Inc., a biopharmaceutical company that is reinventing drug discovery by harnessing fungal biodiversity to develop new mechanical and structural therapies, today announced $ 50 million Series B funding from investors leader in the field of life sciences. The funding was led by …

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Farm Bureau calls for additional PPP provisions in HEALS law

While the Senate Health, Economic Aid, Liability Protection, and Schools Act would help more farmers and ranchers participate in the Paycheck Protection Program, the American Farm Bureau Federation is calling to additional changes to make PPP truly usable for people involved in agriculture. When drafting their follow-up to the CARES …

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Government must focus on planning infrastructure projects: Louis Berger Asia

The Center should concentrate its resources on the planning phase of large infrastructure projects; their implementation is the responsibility of private sector actors. Speaking to Business Standard, Kshitish Nadgauda, ​​senior vice president and general manager-Asia, Louis Berger, said: “The government needs to be involved in the planning of dedicated freight …

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Kenyans at gunpoint over Ksh 257 billion loan to government

Kenyans are angry with continued government borrowing. Two days after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved the disbursement of Ksh 257 billion to Kenya as a loan which the government says will be used to close the gap in the fight against COVID-19, Kenyans have none. More than 120,000 Kenyans …

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Small businesses in Kern adapt to survive pandemic | New

Great Change Brewing had only been open for about a year and was gaining momentum when the pandemic hit it and just about every other small business in Kern County. The Resnik Court baker had a business model focused on serving inside and selling restaurants to the table. Suddenly it …

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Klamath’s economy adapts to survive COVID | Local News

VSResponsiveness has been the name of the game for companies over the past year or so as they struggle to survive what has been billed as a temporary economic recession that would help save lives from a deadly virus. But now, more than a year after the COVID-related closures were …

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