Electronics ban be damned, Qatar Airways is going to get its hard-working business travelers typing away on laptops no matter what.
Less than a week after U.S. officials banned electronics larger than a smartphone on certain U.S.-bound flights from certain Middle East and Africa airports, the Doha-based airliner figured out how to get out of the snarly mess that is the ban.
The airline is offering loaner laptops since in-flight entertainment systems just don’t cut it for people traveling for work. Writing up reports or endless work emails on a smartphone is headache — sometimes you just need the real thing. That performance report isn’t going to write itself during your 15-hour flight. Read more…
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TORONTO, March 31 (Reuters) – Cenovus Energy Inc’s
C$3 billion ($2.25 billion) equity offering to partly fund its
planned C$17.7 billion acquisition of some of ConocoPhillips
Co’s Canadian assets has been fully subscribed, sources
familiar with the sit…
* Finalized decision to move machine production out of its
Aurora, Illinois, facility into other U.S. manufacturing
March 31 (Reuters) – Former New York City Mayor Rudolph
Giuliani went to Turkey to meet with the country’s president and
sought meetings with U.S. government officials in an attempt to
end U.S. prosecution of a wealthy Turkish gold trader charged
Five groups on Friday file paperwork to go public as market rally provides incentive
Ford says it will join growing list of ‘forward-looking’ groups ending in-person event
Halsey sent fans hunting for pieces of her upcoming ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom’ album. Continue Reading →
SAO PAULO, March 31 (Reuters) – Brazil’s renewable power
generation company Renova Energia SA will finalize
the sale of wind farm Alto Sertão II to the Brazilian unit of
AES Corp for about 700 million reais ($223 million) as
early as Monday, two people with direct knowledge of the matter
* Quebecor Media announces notice of redemption for all of
its 7 ⅜% senior notes due January 15, 2021
The end of March is hell as we sift through each morsel of content to determine what is real and what is a marketing stunt. Looking at you, April the giraffe.
And dammit, we deserve kittens. This livestream with a cat who actually appears to be pregnant has stepped in to provide a cuddly distraction. Her name is Evolene, and she’s stunning.
Here she is just sitting and breathing:
She has some pretty cool toys, but she’s not trying to sell them to you.
According to Tiny Kittens, the shelter behind the livestream, Evolene was pregnant and in poor health when they rescued her from a feral cat colony. Now that she’s in prelabor, they hope the livestream will raise awareness of the importance of spaying and neutering. Read more…
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