Ebola Outbreak Afflicts Child In Uganda—Latest Report

Health officers from Uganda and WHO have reported the death of 5 years old boy in Uganda, due to Ebola. The first to happen in Uganda, this is suspected to be due to the outbreak in DRC, Uganda’s neighboring country. The victim’s brother and grandmother had the infection as well. Over 7 Ebola cases have… Continue reading Ebola Outbreak Afflicts Child In Uganda—Latest Report

Cloud Companies Shares Plunge Amidst Rising ‘Sales Execution’ Challenges

The shares of the electronic signature firm DocuSign declined by 12% last Friday although they had reported earnings which were better than expected. The main problems faced by the firm are in drawing extra revenue from the customers. Firms like Box, Cloudera, Pivotal Software and Zuora have been facing difficulty with long sales cycles and… Continue reading Cloud Companies Shares Plunge Amidst Rising ‘Sales Execution’ Challenges

Raytheon And United Technologies Merge To Form An Aerospace Mega Giant

The merger of Raytheon and United Technologies was announced on Sunday gives them a top position in the fast-emerging aerospace and defense sectors. The merger combines the two forces; United Technologies, who specializes in production of everything connected with the aerospace business and Raytheon, who is an expert in production of Tomahawk missiles. This combined… Continue reading Raytheon And United Technologies Merge To Form An Aerospace Mega Giant

Wealthy American Walmart Family Pays Starvation Wages To Workers

Workers rights group from Walmart, United for Respect has invited Bernie Sanders to speak for their rights. Senator Bernie Sanders has spoken out his mind against Walmart’s bias against raising minimum wages for its workers. He says that the wealthiest American family pays starvation wages to its workers. He calls this as “grotesque”. The Walton… Continue reading Wealthy American Walmart Family Pays Starvation Wages To Workers

USDA Recalled Perdue’s 31,703 Pounds Of Chicken Products

The USDA has declared that Perdue Foods would be recalling around 31,703 Pounds of ready-to-eat chicken products including tenders, chicken nuggets, and strips, which are products found in the refrigerator and freezer of worldwide grocery stores. The chicken products are one of the most common food items found in every household as an extraneous material that means… Continue reading USDA Recalled Perdue’s 31,703 Pounds Of Chicken Products

UMD Researchers Have A Bioengineered Fungus Ready To Combat Mosquitoes

Malaria is an alarming disease that has many of the people, especially kids, in nations like Africa killed every year. Around 400,000 people have been dying on an annual basis. The mosquitoes need to be killed along with the insect irksome which are the key transmitter of the deadly disease. The researchers from the University of Maryland… Continue reading UMD Researchers Have A Bioengineered Fungus Ready To Combat Mosquitoes

UberEats Reports A 4% Decrease In The Annual Commissions Earned

UberEats rolled out its first quarterly report as a public company and stated a 4 per cent drop in the commissions earned on a year on year basis. This drop was mainly due to the massive investments it had to make in its India unit to stand strong against its two giant rivals, Zomato and… Continue reading UberEats Reports A 4% Decrease In The Annual Commissions Earned

US–Mexico Tariff War Averted; Agreement Reached, Says President Trump

Mexico has now agreed on taking steps to stop the inflow of migrants to US so as to avoid the trade tariffs as threatened by US President. Donald Trump revealed that the deal is worked out between the two countries to suspend trade tariffs for uncertain period. Trump had said that he would start charging… Continue reading US–Mexico Tariff War Averted; Agreement Reached, Says President Trump

Fish And Shrimps, Possible Effective Recruits For Underwater Spying

Animals have been used as warnings, weapons and spies for a really long time. Now, marine organisms are going to be used as sensors. Since 1960s, US Navy has been training dolphins for rescuing lost swimmers and detecting mines. Similarly, Russia is also doing the same, along with pigeons, rats and sharks being used for… Continue reading Fish And Shrimps, Possible Effective Recruits For Underwater Spying

Google Services Back To Business After Several Hours Of Outage

Recently, internet services which work on Google’s technology had to suffer outage in several parts of the United States. YouTube, Snapchat and Gmail got restored on June 2, 2019. One of the spokesperson of Google stated that the company is dealing with network congestion problem. Due to this congestion, many services of Google were severely… Continue reading Google Services Back To Business After Several Hours Of Outage