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- In the third quarter of the year, small business confidence improved
- It rose to 53 from 49 in Q2
Despite the rise in coronavirus cases, small businesses are adapting operations to the new normal. It is both in the c...
- Many Thailand protestors have gathered near the University of Thailand as a demonstration to oppose the government.
These protests show the hate rate and disbelief of people in the poor administration and showing disbelief against th...
- Japanese Research Company reported lower bankruptcies for the month of July.
- The number fell by 1.6 percent last month to 789 cases.
- Data showed that around 89 firms were out of business due to the pandemic.
• Trump will have a tough fight his election as Biden continues to rise in preference of the Americans
• These states show Biden leading by 6%
- Amid rising COVID-19 cases, J1-league decides to continue holding matches with spectators.
- The organizers decided to limit the number of spectators to 5,000 per match.
- The J1-league resumed matches on July 4.
- The global operations of the industry were suspended due to the pandemic
- Royal received notable bookings for the cruises in 2021
For the second quarter, Royal Caribbean reported a loss of $1.6 billion. Regardless of the lo...
• The derecho has caused widespread power outrage
• Derechos are also called inland hurricane
Post Isaias, now it’s a derecho in California. A derecho is also called a...
- Japanese swimming star Rikako Ikee to return back to competition in Tokyo meet.
- Rikako was diagnosed with leukemia in February last year.
- Since then she has not participated in any competition.
- Rikako will be ...
- Singapore found new 61 COVID-19 cases today out of which 2 are from local community transmission and three imported diseases, said the Ministry of Health (MOH).
This marks the least number of cases since the start of the lockdown in ...
- As Singapore battles coronavirus and dengue, it has pledged to battle illegal wildlife trade. In wake of this, nine tons of ivory worth S$18 million will be annihilated as a Singapore’s demonstration, said the National Parks Board.
- Japan’s business sentiment is returning to a normal state.
- The Cabinet Office released data on the diffusion index of confidence among ‘economy watchers’.
- The data was based on a poll conducted on 2,050...
- South Korea’s solitary bourse agency KRX said Thursday that it would further renew possible delisting of biotechnology firm SillaJen only after a close review.
- SillaJen submitted its business activation scheme to the bourse agency last month.
- Universal's 'Dolittle' and the rerun of Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar' continue to be the silver lining since cinemas reopened in the country.
- Sam Mendes' ravaging World War I movie 1917 debuted at the top of China's box of...
- South Korean shares opened on an ebullient note this Tuesday, accelerated further proactively by major tech firms and chemicals makers.
- The benchmark index, Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) rose 20.80 points, or 0.87 percent, to 2,355.11 in the first quarterly-hour tra...
- Unreal as it may sound, but this could well be a scene straight from the movies.
- Embracing top-of-the-shelf technology and goaded along with a superbly executed strategy.
K-pop powerhouse Twice brought the house down with a whole new air of gaiety and fe...
- A plastic wrap though being part and parcel of everyday life, it is highly uncommon for a plastic wrap company to get the adulation and nationwide attention that it is receiving now.
- Clearing the air, this nationwide attention is due to the general election that took place on A...
- Trump blames China for the pandemic
- Public health experts cite several other reasons including lack of a coordinated response etc.
On Monday President Donald Trump said that the coronavirus sha...
- Japanese telecom company SoftBank Corp. reports a rise in net profit in April – June period.
- The company is said to have gained a net profit of $12 billion.
- SoftBank had to sell two-thirds of its stake as part of t...
James Michael Anderson, one of the finest seam bowlers ever produced by England and seen by the world has dismissed all the rumours surrounding his retirement. The 38-year-old English cricketer has said that he still has lot of cricket left and is gunning for the next Ashes, which is scheduled in...
• As per the airport and airlines executives, the European Union and Switzerland are safe jurisdictions with many countries maintaining coronavirus situation under control
• Air France-KLM and Germany’s Lufthansa Group’s executives have also pa...