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  • PDAC 2022

    Content Types: EventRegions & Countries: CanadaChileIndustries: Minerals & Resources
    The World’s Premier Mineral Exploration & Mining Convention, is one of the largest convention for people, companies and organizations in, or connected with, mineral exploration. This event will be hosted in person in Toronto from June 13-15 and online from June 28-29.
  • Hawaiian Airlines dispatchers ratify new 5-year contract

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Aviation
    Hawaiian Airlines operates flights to Asia, American Samoa, Australia, French Polynesia, Hawaii, New Zealand, and the United States mainland
  • Moag & Company Sports Notes (22 Apr 2022)

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Sports & Leisure
    There are "at least five" candidates who are in the running to purchase the Denver Broncos, and “there may be one or two more," according to Denver-based KUSA-NBC. The names included former Walmart BOD Chair Rob Walton, Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils co-Owner Josh Harris and Los Angeles Dodgers co-Owner Todd Boehly, and the “Waltons, believe it or not, have the most Colorado ties.” There are a "couple more...
  • Moag & Company Sports Notes (01 Apr 2022)

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Sports & Leisure
    A pair of media deals that could usher in big changes in how fans consume the NFL — and rearrange the streaming video wars — headline the list of issues facing the country’s largest sports league in its new business year.
  • Turning Used Face Masks Into New Energy

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: MexicoRussia...Industries: Clean EnergyEnvironment
    In the first 3 months of the COVID-19 pandemic, 5,500 metric tons of face masks were produced. At the rate of about 130 billion masks per month, used and potentially contaminated masks were piling up that could not be burned, because doing so would produce toxic gases.
  • US retailers limit new COVID-19 test purchases as demand surges

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Medical & Health
    Shortages of COVID-19 test kits across the US led to President Joe Biden announcing recently that the federal government would be investing in making 500 million testing kits available to the public.
  • Washington, DC declares public emergency over new COVID-19 surge

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Medical & Health
    The indoor masking mandate was originally imposed in Washington, DC in July but was lifted on November 22 – just days before the World Health Organization (WHO) designated Omicron strain of the COVID-19 virus a variant of concern.
  • More Legal Jobs in the United States with New H-2B Visas

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: USAServices: LegalEmployment & Immigration
    Immigration to the United States of America just became easier for those seeking employment in hotels, resorts, and restaurants. The Hospitality sector is currently unable to provide the services they had provided before the pandemic. The U.S. Government knows this and is opening up the United States to invite foreign workers to fill such much-needed jobs.
  • Moag & Company Sports Notes (01 Oct 2021)

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Sports & Leisure
    The succession plan for when New Orleans Saints Owner Gayle Benson dies is something no one "anticipates being enacted anytime soon," but it is "ready to go and has been approved by the NFL," according to the New Orleans Advocate.
  • United Airlines to fire 593 employees for refusing vaccination

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Medical & Health
    United Airlines was the first US carrier to impose a COVID-19 vaccine mandate on its staff in early August. Other US airlines have been uneager to follow suit, but moved to end pay protections for unvaccinated employees who test positive for the virus.