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Coronavirus sees Champagne producers suffer more than during Great Depression – ABC News

Producers in France’s Champagne region say they’ve lost an estimated 1.7 billion euros in sales for this year and do not see how the market can recover without a vaccine.

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SpaceX begins public beta testing of Starlink constellation at $99 a month – The Verge

Late on October 26th, SpaceX sent out emails to interested users about participating in public beta testing for the Starlink constellation, a global initiative…

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And itll run you $499 for the equipment
Last night, SpaceX invited some early users to join public beta testing of its Starlink program, which aims to provide global internet coverage from space. To join the beta test, called Better Than Nothing Beta, users must purchase all of the Starlink ground equipment for $499 and then pay a $99 monthly fee for active service.
The company sent out emails to people who had signed up on SpaceXs Starlink website to hear updates about the program. One user posted…

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Nasdaq Rises After Monday Sell-Off; Salesforce Leads Dow Jones, Tesla Tests Key Support Level – Investor’s Business Daily

The Nasdaq recovered a bit Tuesday morning after Monday’s stock market sell-off. Tesla was a top gainer in the Nasdaq, along with PayPal.

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The Nasdaq composite led the stock market Tuesday morning after a nasty sell-off Monday that saw the Nasdaq and S&P 500 mark distribution days. In the Dow Jones Industrial Average, earnings reports from Caterpillar (CAT), 3M (MMM), Pfizer (PFE) and Merck (MRK) were in focus. Xilinx (XLNX) was a big mover on the Nasdaq after Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) announced plans to buy the firm for $35 billion.
XXilinx stock jumped 11% on the news, while AMD stock gave back 2%. The deal will help AMD expand…

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Waymo and Daimler are teaming up to build fully driverless semi trucks – The Verge

Waymo and Daimler are joining forces to deploy robot trucks. The Alphabet company and Mercedes-Benz parent said they would work to integrate Waymo’s autonomous…

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A broad, global, strategic partnership
Waymo and Daimler, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz, announced that they are forming a broad, global, strategic partnership to deploy fully driverless trucks. Daimler will integrate Waymos autonomous driving technology, widely considered to be among the best in the world, into its fleet of heavy-duty Freightliner Cascadia semi-trailer trucks.
Both Waymo and Daimler were independently working on self-driving trucks until coming together to form this partnership….

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