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Quibi saw 300,000 installs, outage on Day 1

Quibi, the short-form, mobile-first brainchild of Jeffrey Katzenberg, launched after months of buildup on Monday, garnering more than 300,000 installations in the United States and Canada, reported Sensor Tower. To put that in perspective, that's 7.5 ...

PPS superintendent lays out distance learning plan

Pittsburgh Public Schools will launch its remote learning plan when its more than 23,000 students return from spring break on April 16, and PPS Superintendent  Anthony Hamlet said distribution plans are in place to ensure all students have access.   H...

KHOU parent Tegna to implement furloughs

Tegna Inc. (NYSE: TGNA) said April 6 it will implement weeklong furloughs in the second quarter. The Virginia-based broadcasting company owns KHOU 11 in Houston. Dave Lougee, president and CEO of Virginia-based Tegna, said in an April 6 email to emplo...

KSDK parent Tegna to implement furloughs

Tegna Inc. (NYSE: TGNA) said Monday it will implement weeklong furloughs in the second quarter. The Virginia-based broadcasting company owns KSDK-TV channel 5 in St. Louis, and the move will affect workers there. Dave Lougee, president and CEO of Virg...

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SA company lands large partner to provide professional certifications

April 4th, 2020|Comments Off on SA company lands large partner to provide professional certifications

San Antonio-based TrueAbility, a skills assessment software company, has signed a multiyear agreement with Minneapolis-based Pearson VUE, enhancing the global testing company's ability to administer certification exams for clients that can accurately d...

304, 2020

UCF to open drive-thru testing site on campus

April 3rd, 2020|Comments Off on UCF to open drive-thru testing site on campus

The University of Central Florida will open a drive-thru testing center for the coronavirus next week. The on-campus site is a partnership between UCF and Aventus Biolabs, a testing lab owned and operated by Orlando-based Aventus Health. The universi...

804, 2020

Wells Fargo’s outraged small business customers call for boycott, litigation and regulatory relief

April 8th, 2020|Comments Off on Wells Fargo’s outraged small business customers call for boycott, litigation and regulatory relief

“Why should loyal Wells Fargo customers get a double whammy — the prior fake-account scandal and now not being able to apply for a PPP loan?” asked one of the bank's small business customers.

804, 2020

Class Notes: Private tutors look for stability in a non-standardized environment

April 8th, 2020|Comments Off on Class Notes: Private tutors look for stability in a non-standardized environment

High schools who would otherwise be in the midst of standardized-test crunch time are waiting to see when — or if — they'll be taking their SATs and ACTs. That has them and their tutors looking to stay fresh in case test day comes.

804, 2020

Froedtert South furloughs nurses due to lower hospital volumes during pandemic

April 8th, 2020|Comments Off on Froedtert South furloughs nurses due to lower hospital volumes during pandemic

Like many hospitals across the country, Froedtert South in Kenosha County dropped elective procedures to clear capacity for COVID-19 patients and now doesn’t need as many nurses, said CEO Ric Schmidt. Froedtert South hasn’t seen a surge in COVID-19 ca...

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All MLB games in Arizona? Report says it’s possible

April 7th, 2020|

All Major League Baseball teams could play their games in Arizona this season, according to a report from the Associated Press citing anonymous sources. MLB has said it won't start playing games until mid-May at the earliest amid coronavirus shutdowns...

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