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“Salt Lake Tribune” will be converted to weekly print edition in 2021

As a historic change, the Salt Lake Tribune will stop printing at the end of the year and provide a daily page instead of a newspaper that is printed once a week by mail. The Tribune’s nonprofit board of directors announced the decision on Monday, shortly after The Tribune and Deseret News published their decision to terminate the intergenerational printing …

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Zoom started to introduce end-to-end encryption, but you have to give up some features to use it

About five months after Zoom first announced support for the feature, Zoom has officially started to provide end-to-end encryption support. Zoom said in the press release that both free and paid users can use the feature as a technology preview. As early as May, Zoom announced plans to increase support for end-to-end encryption (E2EE), but only for users who paid …

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Authorities look for the missing Rockford woman and seek public help to find her

Winnebago County (WREX)—The Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office is seeking your help to find the missing woman. According to authorities, Rachel Dishman, 43, of Rockford, walked for the last time in the 600th block of Euclid Avenue in the early morning of October 24. The sheriff’s office said Dishman was wearing red and black tennis shoes and a black drawstring backpack. …

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Jim Cramer advises investors to prepare for a “difficult week” after the Dow Jones Index fell 650 points-CNBC Television

After Dow Jones fell 650 points, Jim Cramer advised investors to prepare for “Rock Week” The Dow Jones Index fell more than 700 points – Kramer and others watching CNBC Jim Cramer released on the stock market today: Buy Apple TheStreet after earning money Jim Cramer questioned SAP and Dunkin news before Monday’s Yahoo Finance Open Jim Cramer identified five …

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Eli Lilly’s antibody drug failed in COVID-19 research; others continue

US government officials are ending a study of Eli Lilly antibody drug testing for COVID-19 hospitalized patients as soon as possible because the drug does not seem to help them. Independent monitor has suspended registration for this study Two weeks ago because of possible security issues. But on Monday, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which sponsored the …

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He accidentally bought an extra lottery ticket online-winning $2 million

The Michigan Lottery shows that 56-year-old Samir Mazahem of Dearborn Heights, Michigan, accidentally bought two tickets in the Mega Millions lottery on June 9 and won twice. 1,000,000. Mazahem bought his first ticket online using the family birthday number -01-05-09-10-23. After discovering that he had forgotten to save the lucky number as a favorite for future play, he bought a …

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Deseret News, Salt Lake Tribune will not renew joint operating agreement

The Salt Lake Tribune said on Monday that the news organization will begin printing weekly publications next year and will end the daily printing option for newspaper subscribers. Shortly after the “Tribune” and “Deseret News” issued a joint statement, the Forum’s board of directors announced the decision on Monday. The statement confirmed the decades-long joint statement between “Deseret News” and …

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Eli Lilly’s antibody therapy trial terminated; no safety issues

Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg A suspended clinical trial After the researchers concluded that the drug may not help hospitalized patients with advanced Covid-19, Eli Lilly’s experimental antibody therapy will not resume. Federal researchers who initially suspended the trial for safety reasons did not find that this treatment would cause any harm, which may bode well for regulatory review …

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Today’s Stock Market: Dow Jones Indices, Standard & Poor’s Real-Time Release October 27, 2020

Photographer: Datian Qingyi/Bloomberg Photographer: Datian Qingyi/Bloomberg Asian stock markets opened weaker on Tuesday, after the US stock market fell amid fears that an increase in coronavirus cases would harm the global economy, and Washington’s stimulus negotiations also delayed the market. Treasury bills rose. The Japanese futures index fell and the Australian stock market fell. The S&P 500 contract has barely …

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Adelson’s Sands Group says Las Vegas casino sales reach $6 billion

People pass by the palace at the Venetian resort in Las Vegas on October 18. Photographer: Roger Kisby/Bloomberg Photographer: Roger Kisby/Bloomberg Sheldon Adelson People familiar with the matter said that Las Vegas Sands Corp. is exploring the sale of its casinos in Las Vegas, a move that will mark the big man’s temporary withdrawal from the US gambling industry. People …

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