Nestlé’s burgers are Sensational and Awesome, but not Incredible

Nestlé’s burgers are Sensational and Awesome, but not Incredible

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Nestlé is to change the name of its plant-based “Incredible Burger” to “Sensational Burger” in European markets after a Dutch court granted an injunction filed by US start-up Impossible Foods. In its preliminary judgment last week, the District Court in The Hague said Nestlé had infringed Impossible Foods’ trademarks, and was likely to confuse consumers. […]

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SpaceX capsule docks with International Space Station

SpaceX capsule docks with International Space Station

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SpaceX’s Crew Dragon astronaut capsule successfully docked with the International Space Station a little less than 19 hours after its historic launch from Florida. After testing the capsule’s manual flight capabilities, NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken settled in Sunday morning for an autonomous docking sequence with the space station. Around 7 a.m. Pacific […]

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US cities torn by violent protests over Floyd killing

US cities torn by violent protests over Floyd killing

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The National Guard was on the streets of more than a dozen US cities and the national capital on Sunday, after protests following the death of George Floyd gave way to another night of violence. Crowds have clashed with law enforcement in major cities, with fierce battles in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Washington and New York, […]

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Review: GoShare gigs can pay well, but get insurance first

Review: GoShare gigs can pay well, but get insurance first

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What: GoShare connects people who have trucks and muscles with people who need help with moving or delivery. Expected pay: $33 to $67 per hour, plus tips, minus expenses Husl $core: $$$$ (scale of 5) Where: Select major cities Requirements for drivers: Be over the age of 18 and have a valid state-issued ID Be […]

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Argentina narrows gap with creditors in debt talks

Argentina narrows gap with creditors in debt talks

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Argentina is inching closer to a deal with bondholders after defaulting on its sovereign debt for a ninth time just over a week ago, with another government deadline approaching on Tuesday. The country has been locked in a stand-off with creditors for months as it attempts to restructure $65bn of foreign debt. An initial proposal put […]

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Indonesia reports 700 new coronavirus infections By Reuters

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4/4 © Reuters. Red Cross staff wearing protective suits spray disinfectant to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Jakarta 2/4 JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia reported on Sunday 700 new coronavirus infections, taking the tally in the Southeast Asian nation to 26,473, said health ministry official Achmad Yurianto. Yurianto reported 40 new deaths […]

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Grief, lockdown and coronavirus: a looming mental health crisis

Grief, lockdown and coronavirus: a looming mental health crisis

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In almost 29 years of marriage to a rabbi, attending many of her Jewish community’s significant life events, Susannah Kraft had never attended a virtual funeral. Then in March, she went to her husband’s. The service for Rabbi Neil Kraft, the 69-year-old father of their two sons and wrestling superfan who she describes as wise, […]

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