Connect with us

Business

Telstra backtracks on claims outage was caused by malicious cyber attack – PerthNow

Telco Telstra has had to backtrack on its claims a major outage that upset home internet services was caused by a ‘malicious’ cyber attack on its servers.

Published

on

post featured image

Business

Jeff Bezos cashes out $3.1 billion in Amazon stock — more than his total share sales in all of 2019 – Business Insider

Jeff Bezos cashes out $3.1 billion in Amazon stock — more than his total share sales in all of 2019

Published

on

post featured image

SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images

  • Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos sold more than $3.1 billion worth of his company’s stock between Monday and Tuesday, according to new regulatory filings.
  • The two-day selling spree surpassed the $2.8 billion worth of Amazon shares he sold through all of 2019.
  • Bezos’ latest sales also bring his 2020 total windfall to roughly $7.2 billion. He still holds about 54 million shares, worth about $173 billion as of Wednesday’s close.
  • The sales arrive …

    Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading

Business

Krispy Kreme offering free coffee, doughnuts for teachers next week – Fox Business

Good teachers make learning sweet.

Published

on

post featured image

Good teachers make learning sweet, inspiring Krispy Kreme to treat educators with free food next week.
The upcoming school year may be unlike any other as the coronavirus pandemic continues, and the iconic doughnut chain is celebrating teachers with a limited-time promotion.
From Aug. 10 to 14, Krispy Kreme is saying thanks with “Educator Appreciation Week” by offering one free original glazed doughnut and a regular-sized drip coffee to teachers who show a school employee badge — in stores or…

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading

Business

Alaska Airlines no longer making face mask exemptions, banning passengers who refuse – Fox News

No mask? No flight.

Published

on

post featured image

No mask? No flight.
Alaska Airlines has intensified its mask mandate as the coronavirus pandemic continues, requiring all passengers over the age of 2 to wear a facial covering — with no exceptions.
UNITED AIRLINES JOINS CORONAVIRUS FACE MASK VALVE BAN
The Seattle-based airline announced the change on Wednesday, confirming that all customers must wear a cloth mask or facial covering over their mouth and nose at all times during the travel journey, other than while briefly eating or drinking. …

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading

Trending