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Just 51% of Americans would get coronavirus vaccine right now – Fox News

Americans are divided on the forthcoming coronavirus vaccine as just 51% say they would get vaccinated for the disease if a vaccine was available today, accordi…

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First Look at Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta and it looks just insane – Electrek.co

We get our first look at Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta software update as some owners who are testing it are sharing videos and it looks just insane. After months…

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We get our first look at Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta software update as some owners who are testing it are sharing videos and it looks just insane.
After months of working on a complete core rewrite of its Autopilot and Full Self-Driving Package, Tesla has now started its Full Self-Driving Beta rollout.
As expected. the new update enables turns on city streets and links to Tesla’s Navigate on Autopilot features – delivering a virtually feature-complete self-driving system that drivers need to…

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Dow Futures Fall On Election Claims, Stimulus Doubts; Tesla Rises – Investor’s Business Daily

Dow Jones futures pared overnight losses on election interference claims, with the stock market rally at a key point. Tesla led key earnings mover.

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Dow Jones futures were little changed Thursday morning, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures, erasing overnight losses on election interference claims. The stock market rally retreated modestly Wednesday, near session lows, as stimulus deal talks pushed the Dow Jones and other major indexes up and down.
XTesla stock, Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG), Edwards Lifesciences (EW), Lam Research (LRCX), Align Technology (ALGN) and CSX (CSX) reported earnings late Wednesday.
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AMP Capital sees $2.1 billion outflows as scandal continues to bite – Sydney Morning Herald

Super funds and institutional clients are abandoning AMP Capital after the botched sexual harassment case continues to hurt the company’s reputation.

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“At a board level, they need a complete refresh,” Ms Liu said, though conceding “it’s a really tricky position. Who within the business will be able to guarantee or present a plan to the investors of how they might come back from here?”
Redemptions by super funds and other institutional clients saw AMP Capital’s assets shrink to $189.8 billion in the three months to June 30. The company’s wealth management arm saw total assets increase by 2 per cent to $122.1 billion, but outflows persisted due…

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