Fri, 14 Jan 2022 21:55:43 GMT Daily news update and aggregation
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Uber will now kick off riders with low ratings
Written by Sasha Lekach
Drivers can get deactivated, and now so can you.
Microsoft Teams turns your phone into a walkie-talkie
Written by Scharon Harding
Make your iPhone work like an old Boost Mobile phone.
Unmasked: Goalies being used in record numbers this season
Written by Kevin Woodley
There have been a record 100 goalies to play in the NHL this season. The latest two were added to the list Thursday.
Virus may play a role in multiple sclerosis, new study suggests
Written by Marianne Guenot
People who develop multiple sclerosis were often previously infected with EBV, the mononucleosis virus, according to new research.
Supply chain: lamb getting the chop a sign of global woes
Written by Emma Connors, Jenny Wiggins, Michael Smith, Matthew Cranston, Hans van Leeuwen
Australia Day barbecues are now under threat from COVID-19 shortages as supply chain problems hit businesses around the country and globe.
Tesla China Delivered 70600 EVs in December | NextBigFuture.com
Written by Brian Wang
Tesla China delivered 70,847 Vehicles in Dec 2021. The total 2021 Tesla China production was 484,130 and about 160,000 were exported. 320,000 were delivered
Written by Financial Post
Latest breaking business news & headlines. Stay in touch with the latest happenings in Local and International organizations and financial sector.
Activists Follow Sinema into Bathroom, Harass Her over Opposition to Reconciliation Package
Written by Caroline Downey
The activists identified themselves as illegal immigrants and demanded that Sinema support a pathway to citizenship.
Israel under fire: Interactive Map of rocket strikes
Written by Seth J. Frantzman
U.S. Retail Spending, Manufacturing Drop as Omicron and Inflation Surge
Written by Gabriel T. Rubin
Retail sales dropped 1.9% in December, a big slowdown at the holiday season’s end; manufacturing output fell for first time since September