Important tips on horse nutrition

Every animal needs love and care from humans, especially one of the world’s loveliest creatures—horses. These rare, unique and beautiful animals are a sight to behold whether owned for sports, companionship, transportation, or other productive activities. Providing horses with solid health care therefore comes with good sense of responsibility, first, because it keeps the animals … Continue reading Important tips on horse nutrition

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Wileyfox UK launches new smart phone for the savvy open market

BUSINESS PROPOSAL FOR THE MARKETING DIRECTOR OF WILEYFOX, U.K. INTRODUCTION Wileyfox is a London-based company which deals on high-value, affordable and low-choice mobile phones, including phone-specific screen protectors, clip-on covers and spare batteries. It was established in 2015 (John., 2018). Wileyfox operates with few workers and has no legacy devices to compete against market leaders … Continue reading Wileyfox UK launches new smart phone for the savvy open market

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Arturo Vidal gives up a fortune to join Inter Milan

Arturo Vidal is on the verge of completing his move to Inter Milan although there are only minor details that need to be resolved as well as the player passing a medical. After reaching an agreement with Barcelona over the amount owed on his deal, Vidal will soon be an Inter player. Media reports confirm … Continue reading Arturo Vidal gives up a fortune to join Inter Milan

Coronavirus Vaccine: Australia to receive first batch of AstraZeneca in Jan 2021

Australia will receive the first doses of an AstraZeneca and Oxford University COVID-19 vaccine in January 2021 if trials prove successful after Canberra agreed a deal to purchase a second potential vaccine, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday. Australia said in August it had signed a preliminary agreement with AstraZeneca for enough doses for … Continue reading Coronavirus Vaccine: Australia to receive first batch of AstraZeneca in Jan 2021

Manchester City’s Mahrez and Laporte test positive to COVID-19

Manchester City’s duo of Riyad Mahrez and Aymeric Laporte have tested positive for coronavirus. The club announced this on Monday morning. It said both players are asymptomatic and observing isolation at home. The club, in a statement, said: “Manchester City FC can confirm that Riyad Mahrez and Aymeric Laporte have tested positive for Covid-19. “Both … Continue reading Manchester City’s Mahrez and Laporte test positive to COVID-19

CORONAVIRUS: Why American scientists think sewage testing is valuable

Days after he crossed the country to start college, Ryan Schmutz received a text message from Utah State University: COVID-19 had been detected at his dorm. Within 10 minutes, he dropped the crepes he was making and was whisked away by bus to a testing site. “We didn’t even know they were testing,” said Schmutz, … Continue reading CORONAVIRUS: Why American scientists think sewage testing is valuable

Expect new airplane cabins the next time you fly

Headrest canopies and fabric barriers between seats could start appearing in airplane cabins as the embattled industry tries to ward off the coronavirus. Airlines desperate for governments to lift travel restrictions and passengers to return are looking at ways to reassure the public that their health won’t be compromised on a flight. New-look seats and … Continue reading Expect new airplane cabins the next time you fly

Coronavirus: Mexico runs out of death certificates

Mexico’s deputy health minister said the government had ordered 1.1 million additional death certificates be printed as several parts of the country ran out and Covid-19 cases continue to soar. Mexico has registered over 66,000 coronavirus-related fatalities, putting it fourth in terms of Covid-19 deaths behind the U.S., Brazil and India. The World Health Organization … Continue reading Coronavirus: Mexico runs out of death certificates

Ansu Fati officially Spain’s youngest scorer

Ansu Fati became the youngest goalscorer in the history of the Spanish national team on Sunday by scoring against Ukraine in the Nations League. Aged 17 years and 311 days, Fati netted in the 32nd minute of the League A, Group 4 clash at the Alfredo di Stefano Stadium when he cut in from the … Continue reading Ansu Fati officially Spain’s youngest scorer

FAAN: Recurring monthly losses, a sign of an uncertain future after COVID-19

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) said it lost N17.5billion of aeronautic charges in 23 weeks and incurred N1.4 billion loss of non-aeronautical charges between April and June, 2020. Its Managing Director, Capt. Hamisu Yadudu, who disclosed this in a virtual interaction said the agency’s Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) dipped by over 90 per … Continue reading FAAN: Recurring monthly losses, a sign of an uncertain future after COVID-19

Top earners in the Nigerian banking industry

Nigeria’s seven topmost banks signposted resilient performance in the first half of this year with top-line earnings rising to N1.77 trillion despite the COVID-19 lockdowns that disrupted activities for the most part of the period. All the seven largest banks recorded increased top-line, but the underlying profitability of the sector declined by almost two basis … Continue reading Top earners in the Nigerian banking industry

US Professor sacked for using “bad” Chinese word

A California professor has been replaced for uttering a Chinese word that sounds—in English—like a racist slur, the LA Times reports. Greg Patton was teaching an online communications course for University of Southern California students when he discussed the importance of pausing and using "er" and "um" as filler words. "Like in China the common word is … Continue reading US Professor sacked for using “bad” Chinese word

Search continues for US sailor missing in North Arabian Sea

The Navy is searching the North Arabian Sea for a missing sailor from the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz. Man overboard was called after the sailor was not located during a search aboard the carrier, according to a Navy spokesperson. "The aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68) and guided-missile cruiser USS Princeton (CG 59) are currently conducting search and rescue … Continue reading Search continues for US sailor missing in North Arabian Sea

Why Chief Justice John Roberts might decide the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election

The controversy over mail-in ballots will result in Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts deciding the 2020 presidential election, political commentator Dick Morris said on Sunday. Speaking on “The Cats Roundtable” radio show on WABC 770 AM in New York hosted by John Catsimatidis, Morris explained that “the blue state governors are mailing out tens of millions … Continue reading Why Chief Justice John Roberts might decide the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election