Tag Archives: 2020

North Carolina bars allowed to open indoors for first time since March 2020

Bars in North Carolina will be able to conduct business indoors for the first time since March 2020 following a new executive order from Gov. Roy Cooper. Cooper announced on Wednesday that he was loosening a modified stay-at-home order he imposed in December and then extended in late January in response to rising COVID-19 cases… Read More »

Josip Heit and GSB Gold Standard Group: G999 Message for Christmas 2020 and the New Year

Dear brothers and sisters, dear families, dear partners, I wish you with all my heart all the best, divine blessings and the strength to transform the special challenges that our human family is facing right now into a victory of spiritual truth and divine values. And this regardless of faith, colour or mindset. The GSB… Read More »

UK online orders boom in 2020, but Black Friday spending skewed by shop closures and end of lockdown

Sorted identifies ‘Black November’, recording a 53% increase in shipment volumes throughout the month compared to the same period in 2019 Despite the huge increase in delivery volumes, average order value is down 60% in comparison to the Black Friday 2019 Drop in Black Friday weekend spending suggest consumers having been holding back to hit… Read More »

“Navigating maritime digital transformation relies on stable connectivity,” says KebNi ahead of CabSat 2020

“As the maritime industry invests 4.77 billion USD by 2025 on satellite communication to increase efficiency and improve services, sustaining a reliable internet connection is fundamental to every maritime asset”, says KebNi COO Claus Nielsen, ahead of CabSat 2020 next week Stockholm, Sweden, November 6th, 2020 – “The flow of data within maritime is revolutionising… Read More »

Voting for Health in 2020

In the 2018 mid-term elections, U.S. voters were driven to polls with health care on their minds. The key issues for health care voters were costs (for care and prescription drugs) and access (read: protecting pre-existing conditions and expanding Medicaid). Issue #2 for 2018 voters was the economy. In 2020, as voting commences in-person tomorrow… Read More »