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Automotive Instrument Cluster Market Trend

Jun 24, 2022

Automotive Instrument Cluster Market Automotive Instrument Cluster Market Size | Assessment, Key Factors and Challenges by 2031 NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, June 24, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Market.us extend presents detailed insights and a adapt forecast of the “Automotive Instrument Cluster market” in a new report titled, “Automotive Instrument Cluster Market Size | Assessment, Key Factors and Challenges by 2031” . As a result, The report states that the ov ...read more

Welcome to the bankers’ panopticon

Jun 24, 2022

Craig Coben is a former senior investment banker at Bank of America, where he served most recently as Co-Head Global Capital Markets, Asia-Pacific region. Howard Fischer, an attorney at law firm Moses Singer, is a former Senior Trial Counsel at the US Securities Exchange Commission. A spectre is haunting the financial world. Bankers are huddling with lawyers, some careers have been left in tatters, and a flurry of subpoenas have reportedly been issued by the SEC, which might lead to substanti ...read more

5-year-old trapped in pool for hours, TN rescuers say. ‘Please hurry and get me out’

Jun 24, 2022

A 5-year-old was at a neighborhood swimming pool when his hand got stuck in a jet, leaving him trapped for hours, officials said. “It was very tough,” Tennessee mom Lydia Johnston told WTVF. “He was struggling at first and asking everyone to hurry: ‘Please hurry and get me out.’” Rescuers rushed into a subdivision to help save the boy on Tuesday, June 21, according to crews. Yesterday FFD and several agencies provided mutual aid to the Chapel Hill Fire Dept. to help free a 5-year ...read more

Witchcraft Documentary ‘Heart, Don’t Be Afraid’ Conjured Up

Jun 24, 2022

Georgian director Ana Kvichidze is in production with her first feature documentary, the Georgian/French coproduction “Heart, Don’t Be Afraid.” The film is supported by the Georgian National Film Center and France’s CNC, Film New Europe reports. Vardo lives alone and unlike the witches from the fairytales, she is a kind character. She was a popular “magician” years ago, but now her livelihood is mainly pension money and food brought by neighbors. With the help of her spells, the fil ...read more

Hytera at CCW 2022 Is Showcasing Convergence-Native Solutions for Critical Communications Sector

Jun 24, 2022

VIENNA–( BUSINESS WIRE )–Critical Communications Week (CCW) took place in Vienna, Austria on 21st June, 2022. The event has been running for over twenty years across the globe, bringing the latest technology services to users from both private and public sectors, to provide unparalleled access to authoritative content and unrivalled networking opportunities. As the gold sponsor of the event, Hytera presented the industry-leading Convergence-Native communication solutions and products fo ...read more

The ‘Most Real Richard III There’s Ever Been’

Jun 24, 2022

After drama school, Hughes did not immediately secure an agent — unlike many of his colleagues. “Voices in my head were going, ‘Are you a risk?’” he said, but those doubts lifted after he secured a role in a production by Graeae, a British theater company that casts deaf and disabled actors. Before then, Hughes said, he felt his appearance “was going to hold me back,” but after being surrounded by other disabled actors, he felt empowered. He even started wearing short sleeves to h ...read more

Prosecutors seek 15 years for former 'Cheer' star Harris

Jun 24, 2022

CHICAGO (AP) — A prosecutor has asked a federal judge to sentence Jerry Harris, a former star of the Netflix documentary series “Cheer,” to 15 years in prison for coercing teenage boys to send him obscene photos and videos of themselves and soliciting sex from minors at cheerleading competitions. Attorneys for Harris are seeking a sentence of six years. Assistant U.S. Attorney Kelly Guzman wrote in a sentencing memo late Wednesday that Harris used “his status as a competitive cheerlead ...read more

COVID-19 vaccines saved nearly 20 million lives in a year, study says

Jun 25, 2022

Published on 24 June 2022 Author Nearly 20 million lives were saved by COVID-19 vaccines during their first year, but even more deaths could have been prevented if international targets for the shots had been reached, researchers reported Thursday.   On December 8, 2020, a retired shop clerk in England received the first shot in what would become a global vaccination campaign. Over the next 12 months, more than 4.3 billion people around the world l ...read more

‘The Umbrella Academy’ Boss Teases a Potential Season 4 After Finale

Jun 25, 2022

[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for The Umbrella Academy Season 3.] At the close of Season 3, the Umbrellas are once again in for a major shock — and they don’t even know all of it! After dealing with the kugelblitz and facing off with the Sparrows (the kids Colm Feore’s Reginald adopted in a new timeline instead of them), The Umbrella Academy reset the universe (courtesy of Reginald and an intervening Allison, played by Emmy Raver-Lampman). Post-reset, Allison has her hus ...read more

Roe v Wade/Right v wrong: US Supreme Court guilty on abortion

Jul 20, 2022

On June 24, the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade, the landmark 1973 ruling that legalised abortion nationwide. The so-called “pro-life” crowd in the US has entered into a predictable state of ecstasy following the decision, which will severely complicate life for tens of millions of women across the country – particularly poor women of colour, as is inevitable under the system of racialised patriarchal capitalism that Americans call “democracy”. By coincidence, the Su ...read more

China envoy says Australia fired first shot with Huawei ban

Jul 20, 2022

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia had fired the “first shot” in its deteriorating relations with China four years ago when the then-government banned Chinese-owned telecommunications giant Huawei from rolling out the country’s 5G network due to security concerns, a Chinese ambassador said on Friday. Xiao Qian, China’s ambassador to Australia since January, gave a rare public address at University Technology Sydney that was repeatedly interrupted by human rights protesters holding s ...read more

Blade Runner Became a Sci-fi Classic by Being a Terrible Philip K. Dick Adaptation

Jul 20, 2022

Published on 25 June 2022 Author But leaving aside the brilliant aesthetic of Blade Runner (admittedly, very hard to do), if you just focus on the narrative of the film, Blade Runner ’s success is mostly tied to how transgressive it is relative to Dick’s novel. In Do Androids , the entire future world is enveloped by a religion called Mercerism. This is a quasi-tech-oriented religion, which encourages its disciples to engage with “empathy ...read more

The Port of Seattle selects Locus Technologies for its

Jul 20, 2022

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Locus Technologies (Locus) is pleased to announce that The Port of Seattle (Port) has selected Locus’s multitenant Software as a Service (SaaS) for its environmental data management and compliance software. The Port of Seattle is a government agency overseeing the seaport and airport of Seattle. Their portfolio ranges from parks and waterfront real estate to one of the largest airports and container terminals on the West Coast. With Lo ...read more

Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard: Bandmates Aren’t Always on Same Page

Jul 20, 2022

Tyler Hubbard Rob Latour/Shutterstock On different pages? Amid speculation that Florida Georgia Line may be ready to go their separate ways, founding member Tyler Hubbard candidly discussed pursuing a solo career. “I think [personal expression is] definitely part of it. But also, you mentioned kind of being under the umbrella of a band or a brand, it sort of puts you in a box to not be able to go super deep personally,” Hubbard, 35, said during an appearance on SiriusXM’s The St ...read more

Juul appeals to US federal court to end ban on e-cigarettes

Jun 25, 2022

The company has been widely blamed for the surge in underage vaping, but a recent survey shows a drop in the teen vaping rate in the US. Published On 24 Jun 2022 24 Jun 2022 Juul, the electronic cigarette maker, has asked a federal court in the United States to block a government order to stop selling its products in the country. The company on Friday asked the court to pause what it calls an “extraordinary and unlawful action” by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that wou ...read more