President Donald Trump has reset his approach to the coronavirus pandemic in a bid to revive sinking poll numbers, but with 100 days until the election his campaign may need more than a change in tone to reverse its slide. Trump trails Democrat Joe Biden nationally and in key swing states by wide margins, grapplingContinue reading “100 Days Out, Trump’s Reset on Virus Too Late For Some”
“TUI UK have taken the decision to cancel all holidays to mainland Spain up to and including Sunday 9 August 2020,” the UK’s biggest tour operator said in a statement.
Tottenham secured their place in next season’s Europa League with a hard-fought draw at Crystal Palace. The result sees Jose Mourinho’s side leapfrog into sixth place above Wolves, who lost at Chelsea. Harry Kane opened the scoring for Spurs, dispatching a low finish into the bottom left corner after collecting Giovani lo Celso’s pass. However,Continue reading “EPL: TottenHam Hotspurs qualifies for Europe”
Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE), Europe’s largest automaker, is expanding its cloud-based software and data portal, aiming to develop it into an industry-wide marketplace where business customers can buy and sell industrial applications, the company said on Thursday. VW’s “industrial cloud” was designed in partnership with Amazon Web Services and eventually will link more than 120 VWContinue reading “Volkswagen sees Amazon-built ‘industrial cloud’ as future B2B marketplace”
Australia’s coal power plants, which make up more than half of the nation’s generation mix, are facing increased pressure as rooftop solar hollows out daytime demand. That could mean early closures among the country’s aging fleet, giving energy planners the tricky task of ensuring energy security while replacing the steady, predictable flow of power withContinue reading “Solar Surge Is Making Coal Plants Unprofitable in Top Exporter”