Day: July 22, 2021

Intel Sales Forecast Implies Rocky Second Half Of 2021 Amid Supply Constraints

Chipmaker Intel Corp said on Thursday it still faces supply chain constraints and gave an annual sales forecast that implied…

It’s time for digital currency to counter crypto, says RBI

MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has said that it is working towards a phased implementation strategy for its…

Ajax mother opening business to fill disability service gap

An Ajax woman is in the process of opening a business in Durham Region to help families and those…

Therapeutic Goods Administration approves Pfizer jabs for Australian children aged 12 to 15

Children aged 12 to 15 are set to be eligible for the COVID-19 jab, after the Therapeutic Goods Administration approved…

NFL says coronavirus outbreaks among unvaccinated players may lead to forfeits this season

The new rule makes being unvaccinated a competitive disadvantage this year, all part of the league’s push to get players…

Dany Fortin says his ‘career appears to be over’ after his removal from vaccine campaign

The military officer who previously oversaw Canada’s vaccine rollout campaign says his reputation has been “irreparably tarnished” by the government’s…

Commentary: Toned-down Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony can set new standard for future games

SINGAPORE: One of the high points of interest in every Olympic Games has been its opening ceremony. Speculation over what…

Commentary: Is carbon neutrality possible for coal-addicted Indonesia?

DELFT, Netherlands: In May 2021, Indonesia’s biggest utility company, Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN), pledged to phase out fossil fuels by…

TGA approves Pfizer jab for 12-15-year-olds

Australia’s medical watchdog has approved the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for 12 to 15-year-olds. Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt revealed the…

No. 1 Denis Shapovalov knocked out in Switzerland

In his ATP Tour debut, Vit Kopriva of the Czech Republic rallied to upset Canadian top seed Denis Shapovalov 2-6,…