DALTON, Ga. — From Austria to Slovakia to South Korea to Japan, several countries are strongly encouraging, sometimes even mandating, that citizens wear masks to cover their noses and mouths when they go out in public to reduce the spread…
U.S. oilfield services firm Liberty
Oilfield Services is cutting 7% of its workforce,
according to a state filing, and executives have agreed to
reduce their salaries by 30% as shale oil producers grind to a
halt amid an energy price collapse.
The professional International Swimming League (ISL) will fund its contracted athletes with monthly payments from September through to next year's rescheduled Tokyo Olympics, the series announced on Friday.
The professional International Swimming League (ISL) will fund its contracted athletes through to next year's rescheduled Tokyo Olympics with monthly payments from September, the series announced on Friday.
SoftBank Group Corp founder and CEO Masayoshi Son on Friday began polling his Twitter followers over whether a state of emergency should be declared, as the number of people in Tokyo infected with the coronavirus continues to rise.
The infection control specialist who sounded the alarm about failures on the Diamond Princess cruise ship warns Tokyo could become "the next New York" if the Japanese capital does not make drastic changes to its coronavirus strategy. CNN's Will Ripley reports.
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