Boeing To Resume 787 Operations In South Carolina

Aerospace giant Boeing Co. said it will resume all 787 operations at its South Carolina facility in early May that were temporarily suspended on April 8 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most teammates are expected to return on May 3 or May 4. Boeing noted that senior leaders will return on Thursday, April 30, and managers will return on […]

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European Shares Rise On Optimism Over Slowing Virus Spread

European stocks rose on Tuesday to extend gains from the previous session amid signs of slowing coronavirus spread in hot spots and easing lockdown restrictions by some countries and U.S. states. Markets are also looking to any sort of forward guidance from the U.S. Federal Reserve which issues a policy statement on Wednesday. The European Central Bank meets on Thursday […]

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Deaths Top 250,000; California Moves Toward Reopen: Virus Update

Global deaths from the pandemic topped 250,000. Signs of optimism emerged in the U.S. as New York reported the fewest new infections since mid-March and California took steps toward reopening. Scientists created a monoclonal antibody that can defeat the new coronavirus in the lab, an early but promising step. U.S. researchers will track thousands of children to determine how they’re […]

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Cinematographers Guild Says On-Set Safety Officers Might Be Required On All Shows Under Protocols For Industry’s Reopening

A safety officer on the set of every film and TV production could be a key component of restarting shows during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Rebecca Rhine, national executive director of the International Cinematographers Guild, IATSE Local 600. “I think what everyone’s coming to understand is that this is going to be an evolving process,” she said in her […]

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The inside story of the UK’s NHS coronavirus ventilator challenge

As realisation dawned that a full-blown coronavirus outbreak was inevitable, the government set British industry a seemingly impossible task. The NHS had about 8,000 ventilators available but the latest modelling, based on evidence from China, suggested that up to 30,000 would be needed, within a matter of weeks. During a conference call on Monday 16 March, dozens of manufacturers and […]

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Hotel Chocolat to reopen some UK stores for takeaway sales

Hotel Chocolat is to reopen up to five stores next week – for takeaways only – after restarting production at its UK factory to help top up dwindling supplies. The specialist retailer and cafe operator said it will reopen first in Borough Market in London, serving hot chocolates, ice-creams and coffees, as it tests out new ways of working while […]

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IBM Blockchain To Address COVID-19 Medical Supply Chain Shortages

IBM has rolled out “IBM Rapid Supplier Connect” to help in addressing the shortages in the COVID-19 Medical Supply Chain. The IBM Blockchain-powered network solution can help healthcare organizations and government agencies in the U.S. and Canada to rapidly identify and onboard new, non-traditional, alternative vendors to address the shortage of equipment, devices and supplies needed for COVID-19 relief efforts. […]

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