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thecourier.co.uk - The Courier Comment - The Courier's tribute to Chris Ferguson, a guiding light for journalism
The Courier's tribute to Chris Ferguson, a guiding light for journalism
The Courier

The Courier, sadly, publishes news of death almost every day. It's one of the hardest parts of producing a local newspaper, but our journalists handle these stories with respect and compassion. Nobody was a better example of this than our…

forbes.com - Nikki Baird - Cooling Markets, GenAI Over-Heating: This Week In Retail News
Cooling Markets, GenAI Over-Heating: This Week In Retail News
Forbes

The US labor market cooled and consumers continued to trade down even as they continued to spend, more evidence that stores need online and vice versa, even as retailers continue to struggle with labor challenges. Data really is the new oil except…

gizmodo.com - Matt Novak - Palmer Luckey Says It's a 'Certainty' That Future AI Will Kill Innocent People
Palmer Luckey Says It's a 'Certainty' That Future AI Will Kill Innocent People
Gizmodo

Palmer Luckey says it's a “certainty” that artificial intelligence systems will kill innocent bystanders in wars of the future, according to a recent interview the tech mogul did with Bloomberg News. This is why Luckey stresses it's…

thehindu.com - KSCDC to market products worth ₹100 crore in domestic market
KSCDC to market products worth ₹100 crore in domestic market
The Hindu

The Kerala State Cashew Development Corporation (KSCDC) will market products worth ₹100 crore in the domestic market this year, chairman S. Jayamohan said here on Saturday. He was inaugurating a meeting of franchisees at the KSCDC office.

thehindu.com - Textile industry discusses measures needed to achieve higher growth rate
Textile industry discusses measures needed to achieve higher growth rate
The Hindu

The National Committee of Textile and Clothing industry, comprising major textile associations and export promotion councils, deliberated on Saturday on measures to be taken to revive the Indian textile and clothing sector. Rakesh Mehra, chairman…

thehindu.com - Woraiyur vegetable market lies in disuse
Woraiyur vegetable market lies in disuse
The Hindu

Woraiyur market in Tiruchi lies in disuse and is in a state of disrepair as vegetable vendors, for whom it was built primarily, continue to sell their produce on Panchavarnaswami Temple Street and Dakkar Road. The market with 76 shops was built in…

nytimes.com - Jenna West - Mayor: No body cam footage of Scheffler arrest
Mayor: No body cam footage of Scheffler arrest
The New York Times

Louisville Mayor Craig Greenberg said the city doesn't have body camera footage of Scottie Scheffler's arrest Friday. “The officer did not have body cam footage turned on during the incident,” Greenberg said, per The Courier Journal…

thehindu.com - New government needs to look into the issues of construction industry: CREDAI
New government needs to look into the issues of construction industry: CREDAI
The Hindu

Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI) State vice-president K. Subhash Chandra Bose on Saturday hoped that the new government would look into the issues of the construction industry, which has been facing multiple…

thehindu.com - Need for skilled professionals in hospitality industry increasing rapidly, says CEO of Tourism and Hospitality Skill Council
Need for skilled professionals in hospitality industry increasing rapidly, says CEO of Tourism and Hospitality Skill Council
The Hindu

The Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration (WGSHA), Manipal, opened its Centre of Excellence for Skill Training at Manipal on May 15. Inaugurating the centre, Rajan Bahadur, CEO of the Tourism and Hospitality Skill Council (THSC)…

thehindu.com - Coimbatore likely to receive heavy rainfall next two days, predict experts
Coimbatore likely to receive heavy rainfall next two days, predict experts
The Hindu

Until May 21, Tuesday, heavy rainfall is anticipated in Coimbatore district, followed by a short respite in the last week of the month, said N.K. Satyamurthy from the Agro Climate Research Centre of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU). He…

thehindu.com - Stock Market Today: Sensex, Nifty climb in early trade in special trading session
Stock Market Today: Sensex, Nifty climb in early trade in special trading session
The Hindu

Equity benchmark indices climbed in early trade in a special trading session on Saturday, May 18, 2024, extending their rally to the third day running, amid fresh foreign fund inflows. The 30-share BSE Sensex climbed 158.01 points to 74,075.04 in…

independent.co.uk - Katie Hawkinson - First Black man who trained as astronaut finally going to space at 90 on Bezos rocket
First Black man who trained as astronaut finally going to space at 90 on Bezos rocket
The Independent

Please enter a valid email address Please enter a valid email address I would like to be emailed about offers, events and updates from The Independent. Read our privacy policy Ed Dwight, the first Black man to train to be an astronaut, never ended…

courier-journal.com - Connor Giffin - After morning fog, here's the latest weather forecast for the 2024 PGA Championship
After morning fog, here's the latest weather forecast for the 2024 PGA Championship
The Courier-Journal

Connor Giffin Louisville Courier Journal A blanket of fog has already caused delays Saturday morning for Day 3 of the 2024 PGA Championship. Here's what else is on the forecast for the remainder of the tournament: The National Weather Service in…

reuters.com - Xinghui Kok - Singapore to resume flying F-16 jets after crash this month
Singapore to resume flying F-16 jets after crash this month
Reuters

F-16 planes from the Singapore Air Force fly over Marina Bay Sands during Singapore's Golden Jubilee, in Singapore August 9, 2015. REUTERS/Tan Shung Sin/File Photo Purchase Licensing Rights, opens new tab SINGAPORE, May 18 (Reuters) - Singapore…

chron.com - Timothy Malcolm - Troubled Texas barbecue smokehouse may be closed forever
Troubled Texas barbecue smokehouse may be closed forever
Chron

It looks as if one of Texas' top barbecue smokehouses is closed for good. A for-lease sign is now posted at Valentina's Tex-Mex BBQ in Buda, about 15 miles south of Austin, according to the Austin Business Journal. The report marks the latest…

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