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Cinemas Count on James Bond

Cinema operator Cineworld is still in trouble. However, if James Bond is not saved in November, the takeover offer may go further. The London-listed company, which owns Regal Cinemas in the US and chain stores in the UK, Eastern Europe and Israel, announced disappointing half-year results on Thursday. Compared with historical figures, what is not so important is the warning …

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3 accused of creating a manhole under Central Station

Officials said on Thursday that three railroad workers had been suspended for turning a storage room under Grand Central Station in New York into an unauthorized “cavern” with TVs, refrigerators, microwave ovens and futon sofas. Metropolitan Transportation Authority investigation It was discovered that Metro-North Railroad managers were not aware of the hidden place under Track 114. MTA Inspector General Carolyn …

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Telegraph pole arson causes massive internet outages for Cox customers north of Phoenix | Arizona News

Phoenix (3TV / CBS 5)- The lighted telephone poles caused Cox Internet customers in northern Phoenix to lose Internet service starting Wednesday afternoon and continuing until Thursday. According to Cox spokesperson Andrea Pappas, the APS power poles near Third Street and Bell Road caught fire on Wednesday afternoon, damaging thousands of optical fibers that power Cox’s Internet service. connection. Papas …

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Man died after eating too much licorice

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday showed that a 54-year-old man died after eating too much licorice. The man was a construction worker in Massachusetts. He lost consciousness in a fast food restaurant and was taken to the hospital. He died in the hospital the next day. The doctor wrote that he had “poor …

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Vietnamese police seized 345,000 used condoms for trade-in

A video broadcast by state-owned Vietnam Television (VTV) this week showed dozens of large bags containing old contraceptives scattered on the floor of a warehouse in Binh Duong province in the southern province. Police said the bags weighed 360 kilograms (794 pounds), which is equivalent to 345,000 sets of condoms. The official newspaper Tuoi Tre reported that the owner of …

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Watch the live broadcast: Senate committee holds hearing on CARES bill-CBS News

Live broadcast: Senate committee holds hearing on CARES Act CBS news The Fed called for more fiscal stimulus measures. Four market analysts’ outlook on CNBC Basic daily forecast for USD/JPY-the reaction to the U.S. preliminary claims report may set the Forex Empire Powell says lack of financial support will increase downside risks MarketWatch Live broadcast-Powell and Mnuchin testify in the …

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Whole Foods employees say Amazon employees are causing chaos in stores

According to interviews with seven Whole Foods employees, tensions between Whole Foods employees and those who select and package Amazon Prime Now online orders are increasing. Whole Foods employees said that as more and more Amazon Prime workers fill online orders through canvas shops, they are facing shortages and struggles to maintain shelf inventory. The manager of a Whole Foods …

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The pandemic reduced sales at Olive Garden Times Square by 94%

Olive Garden restaurant in Times Square, New York. Adam Jeffrey | CNBC In a typical year, Olive Garden Times Square restaurant sales reached 15 million U.S. dollars. However, the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions on local dining have lost business in the best locations of the chain, cutting its average weekly sales from $300,000 to less than $18,000. Gene Lee, CEO …

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Plans to hire 130,000 vacationers and focus on online orders

A targeted store advertises workers near the entrance of Encinitas, California on May 24, 2019. Mike Black | Reuters Target said on Thursday that holiday hiring will coincide with last year, but it is reconsidering its working methods to adapt to the new shopping habits of these customers during the coronavirus pandemic. Compared with the first half of this year, …

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