Americans never got to know the real Donald Trump, as depicted in the Official Trump Coloring Book.
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Tech billionaires have a lot of money and power. And that power ties directly to one of the greatest conundrums of our time, which is the unprecedented command and control tech giants like Amazon have over us.
Specifically, three Fool.com contributors think Fortinet (NASDAQ: FTNT), Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL)(NASDAQ: GOOG), and Taiwan Semiconductor (NYSE: TSM) could be huge winners in 2021. Nicholas Rossolillo (Fortinet): Legacy cybersecurity firm Fortinet has been my favorite investment among security-software stocks for a while now. The "legacy" stigma gets attached because Fortinet isn't growing nearly as fast as cloud-native computing (and more narrowly focused) security names like Zscaler (NASDAQ: ZS) and CrowdStrike Holdings (NASDAQ: CRWD).
The IRS generally won't take a bite out of your Social Security benefits, but there's a very real chance that you could.
British finance minister Rishi Sunak has proposed giving a one-off 500 pound ($679) grant to recipients of the country's main unemployment and wage support benefit instead of extending a temporary increase on the welfare payments, The Times reported on Saturday. The weekly increase to Universal Credit, which is paid to nearly six million working-age households affected by unemployment or low income, costs about 6 billion pounds a year and is due to expire at the end of March. Sunak will announce future plans at an annual budget on March 3, where he will seek to rein in a budget deficit on track to hit 400 billion pounds, its highest as a share of the economy since World War Two.
Captain Root starred with the bat as he scored 228 to lead England to 421 in their first innings, but Sri Lanka showed determination and grit to close the day on 156 for two in their second innings, though they still trail by 130 runs. The tourists failed to get enough balls in the right areas to trouble the batsmen on Saturday, especially spinners Dom Bess and Jack Leach, on what is a wicket already taking prodigious turn.
South African liquor producers are being heavily affected by another alcohol ban accompanying lockdown restrictions. As small to medium size enterprises, some craft breweries diversify their activities, like making hand sanitiser, to stay afloat.
As many of us approach a full year of working from home, it looks as though flexible work weeks are here to stay – one survey found that nine in ten millennials now expect one. And as the lines between “work” and “home” have inevitably blurred, we’re prioritising a healthy work-life balance to an even greater extent. With this in mind, it’s reassuring to read a new study which ranks the UK as the world’s second best country to be a “digital nomad” – someone works remotely on a permanent basis. Though broadband and mobile internet speeds in the UK don’t compare favourably to other countries in the top ten, remote working seems to have caught the imagination here. Only Canada is registering a greater number of Google searches for “remote jobs”. Canada finishes top of the Digital Nomad Index compiled by Circle Loop with an overall digital nomad score of 74%. The index takes into account various factors including broadband and mobile internet speeds, the average monthly cost of WiFi and the average monthly rent for one-bed flat. Also factored in are the country’s acceptance of migrant workers, its World Happiness Index score and the number of Google searches for remote working there. Romania, third on the list, looks like the best value place for remote working. The average monthly rent for a one-bed flat there is just £283 – less than half the UK average of £808. With the exception of Canada and Australia, the top ten is made up exclusively of countries in Europe. Check out the final results in the table below. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?The Best European Countries For Work-Life BalanceThe Literal Pain Of Working From Home7 Managers Explain How To Get A Raise At Work
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Covid testing centres in Luton have been closed due to snowfall while some Londoners woke up to a white dusting. The three rapid testing centres in Hertfordshire have been shut as snow fell amid icy conditions. Confirming the decision on Twitter, Luton Council said it would be closing the centres "for the safety of the public and our staff".
Investors in Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) and Moderna (NASDAQ: MRNA) may have breathed a sigh of relief when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted the companies' coronavirus vaccines Emergency Use Authorization in December. Over the past few weeks, new strains have emerged: a strain found in the U.K., one that started in South Africa, and more recently new strains in Japan and in Columbus, Ohio. Now, the big question is whether the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines can protect against these new versions of the coronavirus.
The temperature could be about 0C in areas of eastern England and parts of Scotland for much of Saturday.
*Spoilers for episodes 1 and 2 of WandaVision below*