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        The Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) is using autonomous vehicles to transport medical supplies and COVID-19 tests at Mayo Clinic Florida. This is an example of positive action taken by a company duirng the pandemic.
        OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia said Tuesday it was closely monitoring oil markets and stood ready to take further measures after crude prices plunged to historic lows.
        It has been announced that the Canadian-based online game Webkinz has experienced a data breach, leaking over 23 million usernames and passwords from the children's platform. The game has significant reach worldwide.
        Apple Music is being expanded to 52 additional countries and territories in a push to broaden service revenue streams for the iPhone maker, the company said Tuesday.
        Coronavirus is permanently shaking up the global outsourcing industry as lockdowns from Bangalore to Manila prompt firms to "reshore" jobs and, with AI, to move further away from needing humans at all.
        With more and more people forced to remote work from home, due to the requirement for social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, how can cybersecurity best be maintained? Mat Newfield, Unisys Chief Information Security Officer provides some tips.
        Schools in the U.S. have been warned to be especially careful about cyberattacks during the the time of the coronavirus and the subsequent increase in home schooling activities.
        Australia will force Google and Facebook to pay media outlets for their content, the government announced Monday, vowing to lead the world in making the tech giants share lucrative advertising revenues with traditional media.
        Manga, music and even video games: calls from Tokyo's governor for residents to practise social distancing to stem the spread of coronavirus have inspired a slew of viral online tributes.
        Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has already raised eyebrows after declaring the WWE an essential business during the COVID-19 crisis - but giving some communities the green light to reopen their beaches was just too good for Twitter users to pass up.

        Move over, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. There is a new feisty super senior in Washington who is captivating American hearts.
        A new allergy test has been developed by research scientists. The test involves the detection of allergen-specific antibodies in nasal secretions, and it offers a fast and reproducible alternative test method for medics.
        An investigation into the Milky Way's hundreds of satellite galaxies (which appear very faint, and many of which have only recently been discovered) could help reveal link between dark matter halos and galaxy formation.
        Biotechnology company Abbott Laboratories has announced a coronavirus test that indicates if a person is infected in no longer than five minutes. The test is portable, and can be used in any health-care setting.

        Strange and fascinating discoveries are still being made, despite a global pandemic. Scientists have captured fascinating video footage of an otherworldly organism in the waters off the coast of Western Australia that is over 150-feet-long (45 meters).
        An unprecedented crash in oil prices is adding pressure to already stressed US producers, threatening key shale regions and putting vulnerable companies at risk of going under.
        For the second time in less than a year, Jesus Pena is on the run. The first time, he was fleeing poverty in his native Venezuela. Now, he's heading back to his crisis-stricken home to escape the death spread by the novel coronavirus.
        Mexico raised its health emergency level following a rapid increase in novel coronavirus cases and fears the health system could collapse, the government said on Tuesday.
        Malaysia has arrested two Rohingya for alleged human-trafficking, authorities said Tuesday, as they ramp up efforts to stop members of the Muslim minority coming to the country amid coronavirus fears.
        Taiwan swung into a new baseball season on Sunday -- with one team planning to place robot mannequins in their crowdless stands -- as the island bucked the global trend for scrapping sports events during the coronavirus.
        Olympian Josh Davis enlists fellow retired Olympic swimmer Jason Lezak for a "Motivational Monday" episode that should not be missed. This episode aired virtually on April 20.
        Fitness coach T.J. O'Connor chatted with Digital Journal about being an entrepreneur in the digital age, he furnished advice for young and aspiring bodybuilders, shared his proudest professional moments, and he opened up about his son, Cortland.
        Brazilian swimmer Felipe Lima chatted with Digital Journal about the postponement of the Tokyo Olympic Games to 2021, and he spoke about joining the Energy Standard team.
        This week’s releases include the true story of a man getting justice for the innocent and persecuted; an unconventional but inspiring adaptation of a classic novel; and a depiction of two possible realities.
        Dimitri Vegas of the world-renowned electronic dance music (EDM) duo Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike chatted with Digital Journal about being named the No. 1 DJs in the world by DJ Magazine, and his latest endeavors, inspirations, and film career.
        Emmy award-winning actor Eric Martsolf (Brady Black on "Days of Our Lives") chatted with Digital Journal about several upcoming fan and benefit events, podcast series, and staying safe during this pandemic.
        Rising pop artist Nicole Michelle released her stunning single "Whatever I Want" on April 10. Digital Journal has the scoop.
        How do you found a tech startup and gain the necessary funding to expand the business? And what can a data-driven venture offer to other companies? We speak to Sigma's CEO Rob Woollen to find out.
        Singapore has launched a probe into an oil trading firm that allegedly covered up hundreds of millions of dollars in losses, police said Tuesday.
        For many younger people their dreams of climbing the career ladder have been frustrated under the current circumstances. While changing jobs may not be the top concern, at some point the economy will recover.
        Cash-strapped Virgin Australia collapsed Tuesday, making it the largest carrier yet to buckle under the strain of the coronavirus pandemic, which has ravaged the global airline industry.
        A small elderly woman lies curled up in bedsheets with an oxygen tube in her nose, coughing as doctors cocooned in white suits care for her. In a nearby bed, an elderly man is on a ventilator.
        France on Monday announced it had become the fourth country worldwide to register over 20,000 deaths from the novel coronavirus, after recording 547 new fatalities in the epidemic.

        Italy reported its first drop on Monday in the number of people currently suffering from the novel coronavirus since it recorded its first infection in February.
        Singapore reported a record daily jump of more than 1,400 coronavirus cases Monday, taking its total to over 8,000, with almost all new infections linked to dormitories housing foreign labourers.
        The United Nations Security Council has supported a call by Secretary-General Antonio Gutteres asking for all sides in Yemen to agree to an immediate ceasefire in order to concentrate on fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
        President Donald Trump on Tuesday ordered his administration to come up with a plan to aid US oil companies struggling with a massive supply glut and record-low crude prices."We will never let the great U.S. Oil & Gas Industry down," Trump tweeted....

        Israel's coalition deal between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz breaks a year-long deadlock but has pitfalls -- from power sharing mechanisms to West Bank policy and the premier's corruption charges.
        Months after the United States killed a top Iranian general in Baghdad, it has offered millions for any details on the mysterious man filling his boots -- Hezbollah power-broker Muhammad Kawtharani.
        The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) faced legal threats on multiple fronts Friday as environmental groups and utilities filed their first briefs in a high-stakes battle over a Trump administration rollback of power plant regulations
        Floriana Fanizza gazes desolately at her celery crop, lost to the coronavirus because it could not be harvested.Italian farmers are being brought to their knees by a six-week lockdown aimed at stopping a deadly epidemic in its tracks.
        The world’s seas are simmering, with record high temperatures spurring worry among forecasters that the global warming effect may generate a chaotic year of extreme weather ahead.
        Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday announced Can$1.7 billion (US$1.2 billion) to help Canada's oil sector, struggling with low prices, survive a pandemic-related downturn by cleaning up environmental messes.

        Havana is a ghost town. The American convertibles swooned over by tourists are back in the garage, while most restaurants and cafes are closed.
        A bride in a long white gown poses by Wuhan's East Lake with her groom, face masks off momentarily as a photographer snaps pre-wedding photos.
        Thomas Donall, owner of the Palace Restaurant and Bar on Ocean Drive, chatted with Digital Journal. Miami needs Palace Restaurant and Bar more than ever.
        A small elderly woman lies curled up in bedsheets with an oxygen tube in her nose, coughing as doctors cocooned in white suits care for her. In a nearby bed, an elderly man is on a ventilator.