Harsh COVID restrictions curb Hong Kong’s ambition to become a green investment center

An overview of the Two International Finance Center (IFC), HSBC headquarters and Bank of China located in Hong Kong, China on July 13, 2021. REUTERS / Tyrone Siu Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Sign in SYDNEY / HONG KONG Mar 2 (Reuters) – Hong Kong’s ambition to become a hub for green … Read more

Eddie Vedder Had a “Rather Serious” Case of COVID-19 | Celebrity News

Eddie Vedder had a “pretty serious” case of COVID-19. The life of the Pearl Jam frontman “flashed before [his] eyes “when he was recently struck by the coronavirus and was grateful to be back on stage at his rescheduled concert on Friday (25.02.22). Speaking at his solo concert at the YouTube Theater in Los Angeles … Read more

Female entrepreneurs taking charge and leading the way

Entrepreneurship has long been a male dominated field. However, it is about time that women start taking charge and lead the way in the businesses as well. In Noida, there are several women entrepreneurs who are running businesses from their homes while taking care of their home and family. Ashita Pant, a resident of Amrapali … Read more

Almost all major cruise lines are giving up the mask mandate

Cruise in 2022: the masks are out, the lure shots are inside. getty wWith Covid-19 cases plummeting across the country, the past few weeks have seen a tidal wave of cruise lines dropping mask mandates. Each of the three major cruise operators – Carnival Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Lines – have either … Read more

COVID passengers on Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises ships

Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas lands in Port Everglades on October 3, 2017, after collecting more than 3,000 hurricane-displaced people in Puerto Rico, St. Thomas and St. Croix. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com Six passengers on Royal Caribbean International’s Adventure of the Seas cruise ship and one on Celebrity Cruises’ Celebrity Equinox ship tested positive for … Read more

Royal Caribbean’s return to profit was delayed by Omicron’s surge

A view of Royal Caribbean Cruises’ largest cruise ship in the world, the 362-meter-long Symphony of the Seas, during its world unveiling ceremony, docked in a port in Malaga, Spain on March 27, 2018. REUTERS / Jon Nazca / Photo file Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Sign in Feb 4 (Reuters) – … Read more

These are the celebrities who have suffered from COVID

COVID had affected us all in one way or another. Sometimes we imagine that celebrities have ways to avoid the hassle that we normal people have to deal with (in some cases it is correct) but when it comes to COVID that all access passes and black card mean nothing. Special access? Sure. Do they … Read more

US equities rebound, investors digest news of 2022 rate hikes

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, USA, January 10, 2022. REUTERS / Brendan McDermid Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Sign in US equities reverse course to rise based on Fed remarks Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said he plans to raise rates this … Read more

Loved ones of the pandemic face the boot as investors’ eyes return to normal life

LONDON, Jan. 21 (Reuters) – The home market, dear Netflix, collapsed on Friday, joining a large drop in the shares of other pandemic favorites this week as investors assessed expectations for a return to normal life with more countries. which gradually loosen COVID restrictions. The selloff, which began after Netflix and Peloton (PTON.O) posted disappointing … Read more

Cruise Cancellations 2022: Any cancellation of cruises due to COVID-19

Despite the fact that cruise ships are no longer required to abide by CDC guidelines, the agency has strongly warned against travel arrangements in the wake of rising COVID-19 numbers. Faced with Omicron, many cruise ship operators are now canceling trips. Royal Caribbean canceled four cruises following the latest CDC warning, then added more Royal … Read more