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TOKYO (AP) — Japanese technology company SoftBank Group Corp. called off its offering of up to $3 billion worth of shares in office-space rental venture WeWork, though it remains committed to its $5 billion bailout of the financially troubled company. … [Read more...] about Japan’s SoftBank ends WeWork tender, remains behind bailout
Certainly, unquestionably, everyone would love to have the NFL in action in the fall. At a time when it’s unsettling to encounter even one stranger in an open space, the foreign idea of having 75,000 strangers packed into a stadium without a worry in the world is a rare pleasant thought to hold. It’s nice to have something to hope for, to look forward to, a light at the end of the tunnel, so to speak. … [Read more...] about NFL Planning Full Season With Full Stadiums — Is It Optimism Or Arrogance?
At Cookeville Regional Medical Center in the county seat, doctors and nurses have gone from treating about 80 patients injured in the tornado to preparing for coronavirus. Visitation has been restricted, elective surgeries postponed. One hospital employee died and six others lost everything in the tornado, hospital CEO Paul Korth said. Tornado damage closed a medical supplies warehouse in Mt. Juliet, and the hospital is supplementing its limited supply of ventilators and masks. … [Read more...] about Double strike: Tornado, virus push Tennesseans to the limit
That is a tightrope that all presidents must walk in time of crisis. Often they are trying to talk up the economy when things go south, or reassure hurricane victims that relief is on the way, the problem that George W. Bush faced during Katrina. Yet they also can’t seem out of touch with a dire situation. … [Read more...] about The magnitude of the crisis confronting Trump — and the rest of us