In this article TSLA The head of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday doubled down on criticisms of Tesla’s driver-assist systems following several fatal crashes in recent years, calling the company’s use of “Full Self-Driving” for its latest systems “misleading.” The comments come a day after NTSB Chairwoman Jennifer Homendy sent a letter
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Business Warrior has announced it is offering $5 million to small business owners that are having a hard time getting loans from traditional banks. The company will provide loans from $5,000 to $50,000 without the exorbitant rates cash advance companies charge. Company Offering $5 Million in Small Business Loans One of the challenges small business
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Two stocks linked to Donald Trump dropped in trading shortly after the ex-president detailed plans for one of the companies, and the other firm said it would sell additional shares to raise capital. The big pullbacks for the SPAC Digital World Acquisition Corp., and Phunware came after both companies saw massive gains in their stock
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Third-party cookies have fuelled the growth of digital advertising since as far back as the mid-nineties, giving advertisers the unique ability to track people across the web and build robust user profiles based on their browsing behaviour. These tiny pieces of code are actually small text files with an ID tag and are created when
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Business Warrior has announced it is offering $5 million to small business owners that are having a hard time getting loans from traditional banks. The company will provide loans from $5,000 to $50,000 without the exorbitant rates cash advance companies charge. Company Offering $5 Million in Small Business Loans One of the challenges small business
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Just days before the pandemic hit in March 2020, I started my first full-time job as a marketing coordinator at a dental office in Columbus, Ohio, where I had an annual salary of $34,500. Every day, the office was booked with clients looking to get teeth whitening and veneers. But as the pandemic intensified and
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Brand affinity is becoming increasingly important. Research consistently shows that consumers, particularly millennials, are 4 times more likely to purchase from a company that is purpose-driven. Globally, 94% of consumers say it is important that the companies they engage with have a strong purpose, and 83% say companies should only earn a profit if they also
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention extended into January restrictions on the cruise ship industry that were set to expire next week, citing concerns over the highly contagious delta variant and breakthrough cases among vaccinated travelers. The CDC has allowed cruise ships to operate with conditions since October 2020, requiring masks onboard and vaccinations
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NTSB Chairwoman Jennifer Homendy called the company’s use of “Full Self-Driving” for its latest driver-assist systems “misleading.” The comments come a day she sent a letter to Tesla CEO Elon Musk about company not responding to recommendations issued by the safety watchdog four years ago. The letter as well as other safety probes into Tesla
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A quantum hardware engineer works on one of the dilution refrigerators used at the AWS Center for Quantum Computing. Dilution refrigerators have multiple temperature ranges to cool quantum processors to just a fraction of a degree above absolute zero. (AWS Photo) It’s been nearly two years since Amazon Web Services announced a quantum computing initiative
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A quantum hardware engineer works on one of the dilution refrigerators used at the AWS Center for Quantum Computing. Dilution refrigerators have multiple temperature ranges to cool quantum processors to just a fraction of a degree above absolute zero. (AWS Photo) It’s been nearly two years since Amazon Web Services announced a quantum computing initiative
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This is CNBC’s live blog covering updates out of the FDA’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee meeting and vote on Pfizer and BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11. The FDA’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee meets Tuesday for an all-day meeting on Pfizer and BioNTech‘s Covid-19 vaccine for kids ages 5 to
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