Monthly Archives: October 2021

American Airlines cancels more than 600 flights on Sunday

The airline has canceled more than 1,500 flights since Friday as it deals with weather issues and staff shortages that began last week. “With additional weather conditions throughout the system, our staff is starting to run out as crew members find themselves outside of their regular flight sequences,” American said in a statement to CNN on Saturday. Two days of ...

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Target’s first holiday sales are live, but better deals start later this week

Target is getting a head start on its competition with a first round of “best vacation deals” that kicks off Sunday, October 31. We don’t see a ton of great deals so far, but we’ve rounded up a handful of great picks below. Target has its work cut out for it as rivals like Walmart has early sales for Black ...

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Detailed images of sensitive Israeli sites, including a nuclear power plant, now online

Detailed images of sensitive sites in Israel, such as the Dimona nuclear reactor, are now widely available online due to the Trump era cash in regulations that previously effectively censored satellite imagery produced by private American companies. The Kyl-Bingaman Amendment regulated the resolution of publicly available satellite imagery for Israel since 1997, until the surprise change in legislation last year. ...

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Food bank relies on community to help others

▶ ️ Listen to this article now. SANDPOINT – Much like in grocery stores across the country, supply chain issues create challenges for local food banks to keep their shelves fully stocked. “[W]We thought that in 2021 we would see some relief, ”said Debbie Love, executive director of the Bonner Community Food Bank. “But for rural areas it has been ...

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Demand for electric vehicle rebates has grown as Maine sales increase

The number of discounts given to electric vehicle buyers in Maine has skyrocketed in recent years, according to Efficiency Maine, the agency responsible for lowering energy costs for consumers and reducing greenhouse gases. In September 2019, the agency granted 29 discounts. In September 2021, he distributed 149 of them. “As of March 2021, we’ve been processing over 100 rebates every ...

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Chipotle’s challenge: Finding the right digital mix, in-store sales

As Chipotle Mexican Grill continues to increase digital sales while restoring in-store traffic, one question remains: what is the right mix for the chain in a post-pandemic world? The Newport Beach, Calif.-Based chain has recouped about 80% of its in-store sales while retaining about 80% of the digital business acquired during the pandemic, when many restaurants were temporarily closed for ...

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founder of Russian bank convicted of tax conviction for felony deriving from scheme to evade exit tax while renouncing his US citizenship | Takeover bid

The founder of a Russian bank was convicted today of his felony conviction for filing a false tax return. As required by his plea deal, prior to sentencing Oleg Tinkov, aka Oleg Tinkoff, paid $ 508,936,184, more than double what he sought to avoid paying to the US Treasury through a scheme aimed at renouncing his US citizenship and concealing ...

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How to buy Instagram followers – 4 best sites (2022 update)

When it comes to Instagram, the number of followers you have is the key to gaining popularity and confidence. With around a billion users worldwide, Instagram is the best way to promote your brand or make money as a social media influencer.Gaining followers organically takes a lot of time and effort, and not everyone is able to devote their attention ...

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Zales.com leaked customer data, just like sister companies Jared and Kay Jewelers did in 2018 – Krebs on Security

In December 2018, bling seller Jewelers Signet rings corrected a weakness in their Kay Jewelers and Jared websites that displayed ordering information for all of their online customers. This week, the Signet subsidiary Zales.com updated their website to address nearly identical customer data exposure. Last week KrebsOnSecurity overheard a reader browsing Zales.com and suddenly discovered they were looking at someone ...

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Bentonville Farmers Market Surpasses $ 1 Million in Sales, Moves to Virtual Market Out of Season

BENTONVILLE, Ark. (KNWA / KFTA) – The Bentonville Farmer’s Market reached a record sales of $ 1,164,492 for the 2021 season, according to a statement from Downtown Bentonville Inc. The market takes place every Saturday from April to October, with the last market of the year scheduled for Saturday, October 30. Bentonville couple use Halloween to fight hunger At the ...

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