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The court dismissed Genius’s lawsuit over Google’s removal of lyrics-techcrunch

The state court has dismissed a high-profile case that showed Google’s violation of sportsmanship. Apparently it was the lyrics scraped from the genius and was caught. For the latter, unfortunately, these complaints constitute copyright infringement-this is not the fact that the plaintiff is accusing it, which makes the case obsessed. A lawsuit filed in December last year accused Google of …

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Stock donations from Kodak insiders raise new concerns about the company’s government loans

On July 29, Kodak’s recent stock gains reached a peak of 275%. The company’s board of directors George Karfunkel and his wife donated 3 million Kodak shares to the synagogue, valued at more than 1 One hundred million U.S. dollars. According to the securities filing, the company is named Congregation Chemdas Yisroel Inc. The synagogue is registered as a charity …

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Fred Meyer recalls the risk of salmonella caused by dipping onions-KVAL

Fred Meyer recalls the risk of salmonella caused by soaking onions U.S. stores recall onions during salmonella outbreak BBC News After the outbreak of Salmonella in 43 states, there was a large-scale onion recall. sound San Carlos residents should check onions in Salmonella outbreak Patch.com After salmonella outbreaks in 43 states, there was a large-scale onion recall View all reports …

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Boeing: No orders, more cancelled 737 Max grounded

Fox Business Digest: The Wall Street Journal stated that the FAA may have to wait until early November to recertify the aircraft again. Boeing did not sell any aircraft. Last month, a customer cancelled an order for 43 of its 737 Max aircraft because the aircraft manufacturer was still in the pandemic and the Max aircraft grounding after two fatal …

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Coronavirus update: The United States will receive 100 million doses of Moderna vaccine; Putin agrees to Russia’s satellite V-Bloomberg QuickTake News

Coronavirus update: The United States will receive 100 million doses of Moderna vaccine; Putin agrees with the report of Russian Sputnik V Bloomberg Trump said the United States has reached an agreement with Monada for 100 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine CNBC The US government and Moderna reached a $1.525 billion deal to purchase 100 million doses of Covid-19 …

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Former Pinterest COO says the company suffers from workplace feminism

Francois Brower Source: Pinterest Francoise Brougher, the former COO of Pinterest, published a 4,000-word blog post on Tuesday, accusing the company of being discriminatory, disgusting with feminism and a hostile work environment, and keeping female executives silent. Brougher, who was fired earlier this year, published the blog post shortly after the New York Times reported that she filed a sex …

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Stock futures opened higher; Moderna, Tesla shares soared in late trading

The stock market opened higher on Tuesday night, after the volatile trading of blue chips caused the S&P 500 index to fall within an alarming distance of its record closing price, and then the blue chip index lost momentum and fell. The development of other countries has also increased the market meeting and Pac-12 have announced that they will postpone …

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U.S. Court of Appeals overturns FTC’s antitrust ruling on Qualcomm

More than three years have passed since the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) accused Qualcomm of violating cellular modem patents and business practices’ antitrust laws. The lawsuit finally received a ruling against Qualcomm in May 2019, resulting in Qualcomm’s injunction prohibiting it from renegotiating its license agreements with customers. Qualcomm subsequently appealed the ruling and shelved the order. Today, more …

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Kodak settled the disputed suspension of the SEC investigation of the $765 million loan, saying “more work is necessary”

The Chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission Jay Clayton talked about Kodak’s recent stock price surge and the listing of Chinese companies on the US stock exchange. Eastman Kodak chief executive Jim Continenza said on Tuesday that “more work needs to be done” in order to obtain a planned $765 million government loan to produce critical drug supplies. …

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