Several competing pieces of legislation from House Democrats -- including one that featured $2,000 checks for U.S. households -- did not make it into the final bill now sitting before the Senate. Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell asked for a "pause" on all stimulus discussions until some time next month at the earliest. Some Senate Democrats as well as Republicans have criticized another round of $1,200 direct deposits like the one included in the $2.2 trillion CARES Act passed by Congress in March. … [Read more...] about Second Stimulus Check Update: What the Senate, House Are Saying About Next Coronavirus Relief Package
Netcore Solutions announced the appointment of Vishnu Peruvemba as its Group Chief Financial Officer (CFO). A decision which comes in as a part of Netcore’s upscaling strategy.Peruvemba in his new role will play a critical role in the Proficorn model of profitability driven growth. "I have admired Netcore for its track record of innovation, commitment, and financial robustness. The current market realities highlight the criticality of adhering to the fundamentals of building a sustainable business and not sacrificing profitability for the sake of mindless growth. I am proud to be a part of the organization and can't wait to contribute to it," said the new CFO.With over 30 years of experience, Peruvemba has rich experience in areas of business strategy, profit center ownership, operations finance, financial reporting, corporate governance, audit, business planning, analysis and management reporting, tax and statutory compliances, mergers and acquisition (M&A), fund management … [Read more...] about Former Bombay Dyeing CFO joins Netcore Solutions
Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Schleswig-Holstein hopes for summer tourism The Prime Minister of Schleswig-Holstein, Daniel Günther, hopes that tourism on the North and Baltic Seas will be revived in the summer. Despite the coronavirus crisis, he "definitely did not write off the summer tourism business," he said on April 19. While they are now proscribed, stays in secondary residences, holiday homes and finally hotels could be made possible again in three steps. … [Read more...] about My Europe: The coronavirus time machine
In early April, I came up with the logic and now it is fully supported by science in other countries that universal mask wearing enforced for every man, woman and child outside home is better than lockdown. That should have been our immediate strategy, but then making people wear masks, convincing people...the technical answer to that is we have a lot of asymptomatic people who are spreading the infection. If they wear a mask, they are blocking the respiratory droplets. But we don’t know who they are. If everyone wears a mask, then they [the asymptomatic] do too. In spite of wearing a mask, infectious people could spread some infection, because a mask is not 100% foolproof, tiny droplets may escape, fomite transmission [by objects getting contaminated] may take place. But that’s where the uninfected wearing masks may reduce the possibility of picking up the infection. With universal mask wearing you don’t have to be strict about all socio-economic activities coming to … [Read more...] about Can India’s workforce have a safe return to business?
This decision is a further step to reduce the risk of infection from COVID-19, although the team say this decision was made "regardless of the results of COVID-19 tests" at the club. The DFL task force states that, should the season go ahead, all teams will have to go into quarantine-like training camps one week before games restart. Cologne's decision means they would prefer to start their training camp immediately. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus and sports: F1 to return in July