UK needs 10 times as many EV charge-points by 2030

Britain's competition regulator on Friday laid out guidelines to ensure a robust electric vehicle (EV) charging network to aid the country's net zero plans, as it also launched a probe into some charge-point operators on highways and motorways. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said Britain could require 10 times...
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Organization expanding to north central West Virginia

MORGANTOWN, WV – A local organization held a medical job fair at Terra Cafe in Morgantown on Saturday. Partnership of African American Churches is looking to fill positions with their testing and vaccination team in the area. Community Health Worker, Susan Cunningham, said with COVID still active they want to...
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Airline refunds pose a problem for ‘entire travel industry’

Travel firms operating trust accounts have trouble obtaining airline refunds for the flight portion of cancelled holidays if carriers won’t repay, say industry experts on both sides of the debate on CAA proposals for Atol reform. Daniel Landen, managing director of trust provider Protected Trust Services, said: “There is no...
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Job alert: These jobs are open in Dublin

Want to get yourself a job? Here are a selection of open positions in Dublin: 1. Travel Nurse - RN - ER - Emergency Room - $1355.17 / Week; 2. Need CDL-A Flatbed Truck Driver Now, 07/24/2021, Average $61,928/Year; 3. Travel Respiratory Therapist - $2312 / Week; 4. Licensed

Comerica Incorporated (NYSE:CMA) Shares Acquired by Factorial Partners LLC

Factorial Partners LLC raised its stake in Comerica Incorporated (NYSE:CMA) by 6,812.7% in the first quarter, according to the company in its most recent disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The institutional investor owned 2,087,634 shares of the financial services provider’s stock after buying an additional 2,057,434 shares during the period. Factorial Partners LLC owned approximately 1.50% of Comerica worth $29,100,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period.

Revised schedule of CMA Intermediate and Final released by ICMAI; Check dates here

CMA Intermediate and Final exams will be conducted at various exam centres across India. Three overseas centres are Bahrain, Dubai and Muscat. NEW DELHI: The Institute of Cost Accountants of India has released the revised schedule for CMA Intermediate and Final exams. The examination will be conducted from October 21 to 28 across 99 Indian cities and three overseas centres. The mode of examination will be online-centre based.

Report that led to priest’s resignation prompts journalism ethics questions

High-tech data collection and cellphone tracking services allegedly used in a report by The Pillar that triggered the resignation of a high-ranking U.S. Catholic official July 20 has sparked a fresh discussion about journalism ethics. The report also has sparked a backlash from a variety of religious media outlets and...
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EGEB: A Dutch pilot project will combine solar and strip farming

Vattenfall gets the green light to run a Dutch pilot combining solar panels and strip farming. The UK currently has around 25,000 EV chargers, and will need 10 times that by 2030. UnderstandSolar is a free service that links you to top-rated solar installers in your region for personalized solar...

NVIDIA Drops The Ball On Arm Acquisition Generating Rumors For Latter’s IPO

Silicon designer NVIDIA Corporation's plan to acquire British design house Arm Ltd. is moving slowly since the company is yet to submit documentation to the European Union's monopoly and competitive regulation authority. NVIDIA announced the decision to acquire Arm late last year and at the time outlined that it expected the deal to close by March next year. It also remained open to the possibility of closure extending to September, and if we're to go by a new report by The Telegraph (courtesy of Tom's Hardware!), this might very well turn out to be the case.

China acknowledges differences in laws, cultures and business practices

China has acknowledged that Chinese sellers recently banned by Amazon for dodgy business practices have fallen foul of differences in laws, cultures and business practices. What goes in China is not always tolerated in the Western world. This follows the news in May that Amazon suspended multiple Chinese sellers including...