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Industry cancels US cruises until Oct. 31, one month after CDC ban expires

Industry cancels US cruises until Oct. 31, one month after CDC ban expires

1 minute ago   |   Stl Today   |   3 articles

Cruise companies are canceling U.S. cruises until at least Oct. 31. The industry lobbying group Cruise Lines International Association announced Wednesday that its member lines...
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Digital Earnest Money Transfers via Earnnest℠ Now Available Directly Within Dotloop

9 minutes ago   |   RIS Media

Earnnest℠ is now offered as a new feature in Dotloop®, an end-to-end transaction management software for real estate professionals. The new Dotloop feature reportedly gives...
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BOBO Intriguing Objects owner to add new showroom in The Works adaptive reuse project

BOBO Intriguing Objects owner to add new showroom in The Works adaptive reuse project

11 minutes ago   |   Biz Journals

Mark Sage, whose BOBO Intriguing Objects features antiques popular among local buyers and home furnishing retailers such as Restoration Hardware, is putting a new showroom at...
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U.S. Leisure and Hospitality Payrolls Set to Disappoint in July

19 minutes ago   |   Economy   |   4 articles

A confluence of factors will weigh on the industry after an impressive rebound in May and June.
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GOP senators support more money for airlines to pay workers

27 minutes ago   |   Chron

A group of 16 Republican senators has endorsed giving more money to airlines to avoid layoffs right before the November election, giving a boost to a lobbying effort by...
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Call for Nominations: The 2020 Hoteliers' Choice Awards for Environmental Good

Call for Nominations: The 2020 Hoteliers' Choice Awards for Environmental Good

47 minutes ago   |   Hotel News Resource

Starfleet Media, an Ecologi member company, has announced that its hospitality industry publications are now accepting nominations for the “2020 Hoteliers' Choice Award for...
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Black Hat, the 'security summer camp' for the tech industry, is holding its first-ever online conference - highlighting just how much cybersecurity has changed in the pandemic

Black Hat, the 'security summer camp' for the tech industry, is holding its first-ever online conference - highlighting just how much cybersecurity has changed in the pandemic

55 minutes ago   |   Business Insider

The Black Hat cybersecurity conference, sometimes called "security summer camp," opens Wednesday for its first remote gathering. The cybersecurity industry last came together...
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Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Disney, and dozens of other cruise lines won't sail out of the US until at least October 31

Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Disney, and dozens of other cruise lines won't sail out of the US until at least October 31

1 hour ago   |   Business Insider   |   3 articles

An industry group of roughly 60 cruise lines announced on Wednesday that they won't sail from US ports until October 31 at the earliest. This extension from an earlier...
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The CEO of this $4.3 billion AI-backed analytics firm explains why voice and video is now key to efforts at top businesses like Macy's, Sephora, and Marriott to build 'digital twins' of customers and employees

The CEO of this $4.3 billion AI-backed analytics firm explains why voice and video is now key to efforts at top businesses like Macy's, Sephora, and Marriott to build 'digital twins' of customers and employees

1 hour ago   |   Business Insider   |   4 articles

The coronavirus decimated the retail industry's ability to gather data on their customers, including their purchasing habits. Not having that kind of data can hamper a...
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US cruises are off through October after infections overseas

1 hour ago   |   Chron   |   3 articles

With new coronavirus clusters sprouting aboard ships overseas, the U.S. cruise industry is extending its suspension of operations through October. The Cruise Lines...
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Square surges 16% after reporting quarterly earnings showing a 64% jump in revenue

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The Galaxy Tab S7 will bring 5G to Samsung's tablet line

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Consumer spending could regress in the coming months as monthly personal...

Consumer spending could regress in the coming months as monthly personal income growth falls

US consumer spending improved on a monthly basis in May and June, but personal income could plunge as government programs end. And a drop in consumer spending and personal... Read more ...

Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Disney, and dozens of other cruise lines won't...

Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Disney, and dozens of other cruise lines won't sail out of the US until at least October 31

An industry group of roughly 60 cruise lines announced on Wednesday that they won't sail from US ports until October 31 at the earliest. This extension from an earlier... Read more ...

ISM Services Index increased to 58.1% in July, Employment Index Declined

ISM Services Index increased to 58.1% in July, Employment Index Declined

The July ISM Services index was at 58.1%, up from 57.1% in June. The employment index decreased to 42.1%, from 43.1%. Note: Above 50 indicates expansion, below 50... Read more ...

US companies added 167,000 in July, badly missing economist forecasts, ADP says

US companies added 167,000 in July, badly missing economist forecasts, ADP says

US private payrolls rose 167,000 in July, a Wednesday report from ADP showed . Economists had expected that private payrolls would rise by 1.2 million in July. The report is a... Read more ...

The US just struck a deal for 100 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine...

The US just struck a deal for 100 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine from Johnson & Johnson

Johnson & Johnson have entered into an agreement with the U.S. government to provide 100 million doses of its experimental coronavirus vaccine, with the option of 200 million... Read more ...

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'Nothing Feels Tangible': Virtual Is New Reality For Grads Starting New Jobs

Job postings for entry-level positions popular with new college grads fell by 73%, compared with before COVID-19 hit. And for the class of 2020 who have landed jobs it's often... Read more ...

Oil jumps 4% to the highest in 5 months after the EIA reports an inventory drop

Oil jumps 4% to the highest in 5 months after the EIA reports an inventory drop

Oil prices rose Wednesday to the highest level since March after the Energy Information Administration reported that crude inventories fell last week by 7.4 million, more than... Read more ...