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Palestinian medics said an Israeli airstrike killed at least 22 people Sunday when it hit tents for displaced people in the southern Gaza city of Rafah, and ‘numerous’ others were trapped in the debris. Canadian retail sales slowed in March as shoppers spent less at furniture, home furnishings, electronics and appliances retailers, Statistics Canada said Friday. Southwest was the only one of the nation’s largest airlines to report a profit for the final quarter of last year. Delta Air Lines lost more than $400 million, United Airlines nearly $650 million and American Airlines more than $930 million.

Clover and Square are top credit card processors with various features that appeal to different businesses. Jio Leasing Services, a Jio Financial Services subsidiary, will rent out the equipment it buys to customers of Reliance Jio Infocomm – Reliance’s telecommunications arm – the financial services company said. The carbon fuel took a 34% share in Turkey’s power production versus the European average of 13% in the first four months of the year. Iran’s parliament has approved a proposal to implement a two-day weekend for government employees, marking a significant shift in the country’s working week structure after years of debate and opposition. The food service company plans to take a greater share of New Zealand’s online food market. The Toronto-based research arm of life sciences technology firm Klick Health has found a way to analyze voices in a manner that’s so granular, it can tell whether it’s a person or an artificial intelligence-powered machine.

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And finding ways to reduce that figure is especially important now, when rampant thefts have led to higher insurance costs. The federal government is putting up another $31 million for the transformation of a former Hudson’s Bay Company flagship store in Winnipeg. “We have gone through, the three companies, a very strong crisis in the past few years, and officially we were not brilliant in terms of competitiveness,” said Jean-Dominique Senard, the chairman of the alliance. Nissan and Renault seek stronger ties with a commitment to electric cars. Southwest Airlines was the only one of the nation’s largest airlines to report a profit for the final quarter of 2021. Southwest Airlines posts a quarterly profit as it tries to shake off Omicron woes.

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Archaeologists have discovered the oldest evidence of occupation in Iran’s Central Plateau at Qaleh Kurd Cave in Qazvin, pushing back the timeline of human settlement in the region by over 300,000 years. DIGI Belgium says it plans to “shake up the market” as it enters the market in partnership with Citymesh. As the registration for Iran’s presidential elections opens on May 30 and closes on June 3, early projections and speculations about potential candidates are circulating widely, with some previously excluded people in front running. The Central Bank of Iraq has had to defend itself after reports on social media reported it was producing new banknotes with famous Iraqi-born architect Zaha Hadid on them. After a tough few years, Economy Minister Dumitru Alaiba says Moldova hopes for the accelerated growth achieved by previous candidate countries in the run-up to accession. Published by Arena Holdings and distributed with the Financial Mail on the last Thursday of every month except December and January.

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Learn their key differences to choose the best option for your business. Compare the best business phone systems with detailed reviews to help you identify the ideal service for your company. May 10, 2024 By minimising energy consumption, construction companies can simultaneously reduce environmental impact for their customers. May 21, 2024The “green war” between the USA and China is shaping the future of the clean energy industry – who will end up the winner? The Environment, Social and Governance disclosures as mandated by SEBI is still in the nascent stage in India but an assessment of the last three years’ submissions by corporates found that companies are tweaking them on their own. The current rate of atmospheric CO2 increase is 10 times faster than at any other point in the past 50,000 years.

  • Most Americans are dealing with high levels of credit card debt, but Gen Z is particularly prone to high credit card debt.
  • Industrial output was up 16.9% compared with the first two months of 2019, highlighting the stronger output.
  • The federal government should consider policies to tackle “excessive net profits” in the food industry, the House of Commons committee studying food prices said in its latest report.
  • The spread of the new variant has also prompted companies to go fully remote, to bar nonessential staff from the office and to cancel mass gatherings.
  • An influx of new immigrants and demand from consumers who couldn’t get cars during the Covid-19 pandemic are helping automotive sales stay resilient in Canada.