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Feb 09 2023
Governor of Querétaro visits Microsoft Mexico offices to learn about the progress of the Data Center Region in the entity - The Queretaro Post
The visit, led by Microsoft executives, allowed the governor to learn more about how the Data Center Region can empower Querétaro to become the country’s digital hub and trigger new development opportunities. Mexico City – The governor, Mauricio Kuri González, visited the Microsoft headquarters in Mexico to talk with Rodrigo Kede, president for Latin America and Corporate Vice President atMexico Daily Post
Jan 04 2023
U.S. stocks rise in uncertain trading after strong job data
Stocks are broadly higher on Wall Street in afternoon trading Wednesday after another strong signal on the job market. The government reported that the number of job openings in November was higher than expected. While that could maintain pressure on the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates high to fight inflation, the resilience in the labor market also bolsters hopes on Wall Street thatArkansas Democrat-Gazette
Dec 29 2022
Europe Taps Tech’s Power-Hungry Data Centers to Heat Homes
With an energy crisis hitting Europe, governments are exploring ways to recycle electricity used on social-media scrolling, conference calls and video streaming to help heat homes and offices.
Electricity-hungry data centers are seeing huge growth in usage, leading to pressure from European officials to funnel the excess heat generated by their computer chips into municipal heatingWall Street Journal (News)
Jan 12 2023
Nearly 2,700 People Died Of Overdoses In NYC During 2021: New Data
City health officials released the grim tally Thursday, just days after advocates sharply criticized the slow release of the life-or-death data from the past two years. The figures don't include any data from 2022, but show that overdoses the year before continued a tragic upward trend. Overdose deaths in 2021 were 78 percent higher than just two year prior, the data shows. Health CommissionerPatch.com
Dec 26 2022
U.S. retail sales grows 7.6% in holiday season -Mastercard data
U.S. retail sales rose 7.6% between Nov. 1 and Dec. 24, which encompasses a majority of the holiday season, as steep discounts lured deal-hungry consumers, a Mastercard report showed on Monday.
The increase is higher than the 7.1% growth Mastercard (MA.N) had forecast in September, when it anticipated consumers would pull purchases to October in the hunt for early deals.
Dec 31 2022
Covid in China: Officials must share data on its impact, says WHO
Chinese officials must share more real-time information on Covid in the country as infections surge, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said.
Many of the country's strict restrictions have been lifted over the last few weeks, but cases have soared and several countries are now screening travellers from China.
WHO officials say they want to see more data on hospitalisations,BBC News
Jan 13 2023
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Jan 05 2023
China Urges WHO To Take 'Just Position' On Covid After Beijing's Data Criticised
China called on the World Health Organization on Thursday to take a "just" position on Covid-19, after the body criticised Beijing's "very narrow" definition of virus deaths.
"We... hope the WHO secretariat will uphold a scientific, objective and just position, and make efforts to play a positive role for the world's response to the pandemic challenge," foreign ministry spokeswoman MaoBarron's
Dec 06 2022
Is a recession coming or not? Here's what to look for in the economic data
There’s an old saying that a watched pot never boils, and that description seems to apply to recession risks right now.
Americans have been awaiting, and fearing, an economic downturn all year, and yet a prolonged slump still hasn’t arrived. It now seems highly unlikely that a recession will materialize before 2023, and maybe not even then.
Part of the problem: A lot of us areAZ Central
Dec 14 2022
Texas attorney general’s office sought state data on transgender Texans
Employees at the Texas Department of Public Safety in June received a sweeping request from Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton’s office: to compile a list of individuals who had changed their gender on their Texas driver’s license and other department records during the past two years.
“Need total number of changes from male to female and female to male for the last 24 months,Washington Post