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    Tiger Woods ‘awake, responsive’ after surgery for injuries in rollover crash in Rancho Palos Verdes – Orange County Register

    Golf legend Tiger Woods was rushed into surgery with serious injuries to his right leg and ankle on Tuesday, Feb. 23 after his SUV slammed into a sign, veered off the road and rolled over several times on the border of Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes, authorities and his agent said. The crash happened just before 7:15 a.m. along Hawthorne Boulevard and Blackhorse Road, a downhill stretch known for bad accidents, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s officials. The pro golfer was traveling northbound on Hawthorne Boulevard. It was unclear what caused the crash, but later, at […] More

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    Top trending Vrbos in the US for 2021

    If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Vrbo released its up-and-coming destination report for 2021 based on a survey of 8,000 participants. Pandemic habits are continuing, with most travelers planning domestic road trips to outdoorsy locations. Many of the top emerging destinations for 2021 are located in the South and Midwest. According to a recent travel trend report released by Vrbo, many of the top travel habits of travelers in 2020 will be continuing throughout 2021. Travelers are continuing to take their own transportation, such as rental cars, to their destinations, with […] More

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    Travel And Expense Management Systems Market Insights 2020 Demand Growing Rapidly with Major Player-SAP SE (Concur), Basware, Expensify, Chrome River Technologies, Infor, Coupa Software

    The global analysis of Travel And Expense Management Systems Market and its upcoming prospects have recently added by ResearchMoz to its extensive repository. It has been employed through the primary and secondary research methodologies. This market is expected to become competitive in the upcoming years due to the new entry of a number of startups in the market. Additionally, it offers effective approaches for building business plans strategically which helps to promote control over the businesses. Request Sample Copy of this [email protected]: This market research report on analyzes the growth prospects for the key vendors operating in this […] More

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    BBC – Travel – Yaupon: The rebirth of America’s forgotten tea

    What if you were surrounded by tea and didn’t know it? In an age where tea is the most consumed drink on the planet after water and is expected to become an $81.6bn global industry by 2026, the possibility of living among an endless supply of ready-to-be-picked, wild tea might seem like a far-fetched dream. But across large swaths of the southern United States, such a reality exists. For those who know what to look for, what was once the most widely consumed caffeinated beverage in the Americas comes from a plant growing in plain sight, ignored by most, but […] More

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    Nykaa, Oyo became unicorns much faster than MakeMyTrip, Flipkart — Quartz India

    Indian startups are reaching the aspirational unicorn status much faster than before. Over the last decade, the average time an Indian startup took to become a unicorn was eight years, according to the Indian Tech Unicorn Report 2020 by Orios Venture Partners. In comparison, older tech firms such as jobs portal (founded in April 1997) and travel company MakeMyTrip (April 2000) took more than 14 years each to achieve unicorn status while e-tailer Flipkart (October 2007), insurance aggregator Policy Bazaar (June 2008), and restaurant discovery and delivery platform Zomato (July 2008) took an average of 8.7 years. Some of […] More

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    Fast charge iPhone and iPad with MacBook Pro charger?

    Recommendations to fast-charge iPhone or iPad often include picking up the $20 20W power adapter from Apple or similar from a third-party. But what if you already have a higher-powered USB-C charger from your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air? Follow along for which iPhones and iPads you can fast charge with Apple’s MacBook chargers. Apple used to ship an 18W USB-C power adapter with the iPhone 11 Pro models and the 5W adapter with older iPhones. However, starting in fall 2020 with the iPhone 12/12 Pro launch, Apple has stopped included a power adapter in the box with all new iPhones. Fast […] More

  • Internal memo: Key Amazon exec Jeff Blackburn officially leaving, hinting at new role elsewhere

    Internal memo: Key Amazon exec Jeff Blackburn officially leaving, hinting at new role elsewhere

    Amazon executive Jeff Blackburn speaks at his alma mater, Dartmouth College, in 2015. (Dartmouth / Eli Burakian Photo, used with permission.) Another Jeff is moving on from his longtime Amazon executive role, filling out the picture of what has become a massive leadership transition at the tech giant. Jeff Blackburn, the senior vice president who played a key behind-the-scenes role as one of Jeff Bezos’ top lieutenants for more than two decades, is leaving Amazon as of today, following a year-long sabbatical, he wrote in a message to Amazon’s senior leaders, posted to the company’s intranet and obtained by GeekWire. […] More

  • Startup ecosystem report card: 44 unicorns with $106 billion value in 10 years; this many jobs created

    Startup ecosystem report card: 44 unicorns with $106 billion value in 10 years; this many jobs created

    Bengaluru was home to 41 per cent of Indian unicorns while 34 per cent were based in Delhi NCR. (Image: Bloomberg) India’s tech startup ecosystem is approximately 15-year-old with the likes of JustDial and among its early lot of internet enterprises. It took around another 15 years for the country to get its first unicorn – MakeMyTrip in 2010. Since then, the ecosystem has churned out 44 such one-horned digital entities that have cumulatively created around $106 billion value so far and over 1.4 million direct and indirect employment annually, according to venture capital fund Orios Venture Partners. Among […] More

  • Archer Aviation aims to launch network of urban air taxis in Los Angeles by 2024 – TechCrunch

    Archer Aviation aims to launch network of urban air taxis in Los Angeles by 2024 – TechCrunch

    Archer Aviation, the electric aircraft startup that recently announced a deal to go public via a merger with a blank-check company, plans to launch a network of its urban air taxis in Los Angeles by 2024. The announcement comes two months after the formation of the Urban Air Mobility Partnership, a one-year initiative between Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s office, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation and Urban Movement Labs to develop a plan for how to integrate urban aircraft into existing transportation networks and land use policies. Urban Movement Labs, launched in November 2019, is a public-private partnership involving […] More

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    6 Miami-based investors share their views on the region’s startup scene – TechCrunch

    Miami is quickly becoming a symbol for the tech exodus from Silicon Valley. The area is home to a number of investors, successful tech founders and an eager local government. For this survey, TechCrunch spoke to a number of investors about the area’s potential, opportunities and key players. This is the second survey TechCrunch published on the area and the first can be found here. In this survey, these investors agree on several aspects of Miami. They see a huge opportunity for the region to become a major startup hub by utilizing its diverse workforce and wonderful quality of life. As […] More

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    HSBC said it would cut office space nearly in half in response to Covid-19 pandemic

    London-based HSBC has $3 trillion in assets and mostly conducts business in Asia, but it also is a significant player in New York from its U.S. headquarters building overlooking Bryant Park. The bank has nearly 150 branches—located mainly in and around the city—which it is considering selling. HSBC incurred $280 million in occupancy costs last year for its U.S. branches and offices. Officials said it would take several years to shrink the bank’s global office footprint. The move comes as HSBC lowers overhead and restructures business lines. Its performance has trailed JPMorgan and other rivals on the global stage for many […] More

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    PIF’s Sanabil Investments to launch Saudi startup program

    DUBAI: US business support company CSG is planning to set up its regional headquarters in Riyadh before the end of the first quarter of 2021, along with an initial 24 companies, following the announcement of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s 2030 strategy for the Saudi capital last month. The Royal Commission for Riyadh City wants to attract up to 500 foreign companies to set up their regional headquarters in the Saudi capital over the next 10 years, and CSG is one of the first to confirm its move. The initiative is part of the government’s wider plan to create 35,000 […] More

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