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Disneyland Resort, a New Jersey mall, convention centers, and sports stadiums are opening their doors to the public as mass vaccination sites. Among the mass vaccination sites where people have begun receiving the vaccines, which were approved in mid-December, are Disneyland resort, a New Jersey Mall, and Gillette Stadium. Raymond Boyd/Getty ImagesChicago has opened up six mass vaccination sites at colleges across the city, according to a report from WGN9 News. More mass vaccination sites will be announced in the coming days. Gary Burke / ContributorThe Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom in Pennsylvania will soon transform into a mass vaccination site.
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Later, in 2011 and 2012, he worked for a private security company at a U.S. military base in Afghanistan. But during Mr. Trump’s presidency, Mr. Lee began to immerse himself in the online QAnon conspiracy theory. Its adherents hold that Mr. Trump is trying to save America from a shadowy ring of pedophiles who control the government and the Democratic Party. Mr. Lee has said that resonated with his experience dealing with child crimes as a police officer. “We are at this precipice” of “good versus evil,” Mr. Lee declared.
Persons: Trump’s, Lee, Trump, MAGA, , Mr, Thad Williams Organizations: East Texas . Air Force, America, Democratic Party, Mr, Trump Locations: East Texas, Afghanistan, McKinney , Texas, Houston, Austin, Washington, Tampa
Go Ahead. Fantasize.
  + stars: | 2021-01-16 | by ( Tariro Mzezewa | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
Teddy Johnson has a very clear fantasy for what he’s going to do the day the pandemic is “over” — whatever that day might look like, and whenever it may be. He’s banking on the day being sunny, perhaps the temperature of early summer. He will wear a cropped white tank top with speckles of paint all over it with his favorite pair of tight bell-bottoms and stunner sunglasses. “I can’t wait to dance with my friends,” said Mr. Johnson, 28, over the phone from his apartment in Manhattan. It won’t erase the pain of last year, which was compounded for Mr. Johnson by the loss of his job, but the dance floor fantasy is soothing — something to look forward to.
Persons: Teddy Johnson, Whitney Houston, Johnson, , ” Mr Locations: New York City, Manhattan
FILE PHOTO: Healthcare personnel work inside a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) unit at United Memorial Medical Center as the United States nears 300,000 COVID-19 deaths, in Houston, Texas, U.S., December 12, 2020. REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare(Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Joe Biden’s incoming chief of staff Ron Klain said on Friday he expects the United States to hit 500,000 COVID-19 deaths next month. Klain made the comment in an online interview with the Washington Post. Klain added that he was confident that law enforcement would ensure a safe inauguration for Biden on Jan. 20.
Persons: Callaghan O'Hare, Joe Biden’s, Ron Klain, Klain, Biden Organizations: United Memorial Medical Center, REUTERS, Reuters, Washington Post Locations: United, Houston , Texas, U.S, United States
Exxon faces SEC probe over Permian Basin asset valuation: WSJ
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Loren Elliott(Reuters) - The U.S Securities and Exchange Commission has launched an investigation into Exxon, following a whistleblower complaint that the oil major overvalued a key asset in Texas’ Permian Basin, the Wall street Journal reported on Friday. Exxon and SEC did not immediately respond to Reuters requests for a comment. Some Exxon managers in 2018 had initially pegged the net present value of the Delaware Basin in Permian at about $60 billion. But a few employees involved in Exxon’s annual development planning estimated the value was closer to $40 billion during the summer of 2019, WSJ said. Last month, Exxon also signaled an up to $20 billion writedown, mostly related to its natural gas properties.
Persons: Loren Elliott Organizations: Exxon, REUTERS, Reuters, U.S Securities and Exchange Commission, street, SEC Locations: Houston , Texas, U.S, Texas, Delaware
SEC launches probe into Exxon on Permian Basin asset valuation: WSJ
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
(Reuters) - The U.S Securities and Exchange Commission has launched an investigation into Exxon, following a whistleblower complaint that the oil major overvalued a key asset in Texas’ Permian Basin, the Wall street Journal reported on Friday. Some Exxon managers in 2018 had initially pegged the net present value of the Delaware Basin in Permian at about $60 billion, the Journal reported in September. But a few employees involved in Exxon’s annual development planning estimated the value was closer to $40 billion in 2019, WSJ said. At least one employee who complained was fired last year, WSJ reported, citing a person familiar with the matter. Last month, Exxon also signaled an up to $20 billion writedown, mostly related to its natural gas properties.
Persons: Loren Elliott Organizations: Reuters, U.S Securities and Exchange Commission, Exxon, street, REUTERS, SEC Locations: Texas, Houston , Texas, U.S, Delaware
SEC launches probe of Exxon on U.S. shale asset valuation: WSJ
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
FILE PHOTO: An Exxon gas station is seen in Houston, Texas, U.S., April 30, 2019. The Exxon target grabbed the spotlight on the day Chevron was meeting with investors and analysts to make its own Permian case. Woods told investors that Exxon could earn a double-digit returns in the Permian, even at $35-per-barrel oil. “Historically, the company’s unconventional drilling performance has increased in short timeframes as engineers and planners gather more data in basins across its portfolio.”The SEC did not immediately respond to Reuters requests for comment. Last month, Exxon also signaled a writedown of up to $20 billion, mostly related to its natural gas properties.
Persons: Loren Elliott, Darren Woods, Woods, Casey Norton, , Biraj Borkhataria Organizations: Reuters, U.S Securities and Exchange Commission, Exxon Mobil Corp, street, Exxon, REUTERS, Chevron Corp, Chevron, SEC, RBC Capital Markets Locations: U.S, Houston , Texas, Texas, New Mexico, Delaware
NEW YORK/HOUSTON (Reuters) - U.S. shale producers are taking advantage of the oil market’s rally to levels not seen in nearly a year by locking in prices for future sales, sources familiar with the matter said. Slideshow ( 2 images )U.S. crude futures this month jumped above $50 a barrel to the highest since February. Shale producers buy and sell contracts in the futures and options markets in a process known as hedging to secure cash flows for later-dated sales. Investors had already been pressuring shale companies to curb spending and boost returns even before the pandemic. Average 2021 U.S. crude prices have climbed above $52, also their highest since February.
Persons: , , Chris Wright, Haynes, Boone, Tom Petrie, Goldman Sachs, Steve Sinos Organizations: HOUSTON, Liberty Oilfield Services, , U.S . Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Petrie Partners, Brent, Mercatus Energy Locations: North America, U.S
Cheasapeake Energy bankruptcy plan approved by U.S. judge
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: A Chesapeake Energy natural gas well pad rests on the hill in Litchfield Township, Pennsylvania, January 9, 2013. REUTERS/Brett Carlsen/File PhotoHOUSTON (Reuters) - U.S. oil and gas producer Chesapeake Energy’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan was approved by a U.S. judge on Wednesday, giving lenders control of the company and ending a contentious trial. Unsecured creditors unsuccessfully opposed approval, arguing the company had already designed a 2019 debt restructuring and delayed its filing to improperly benefit mutual fund provider Franklin Advisers Inc and other big debt holders. The plan would value Oklahoma-based Chesapeake at about $5.13 billion. Shareholders saw their investment wiped out with the bankruptcy filling.
Persons: Brett Carlsen Organizations: Chesapeake Energy, REUTERS, HOUSTON, Chesapeake Energy’s, Franklin Advisers Inc, Shareholders Locations: Litchfield Township , Pennsylvania, U.S, Oklahoma
FILE PHOTO: A Chesapeake Energy natural gas well pad rests on the hill in Litchfield Township, Pennsylvania, January 9, 2013. REUTERS/Brett Carlsen/File PhotoChesapeake will emerge from bankruptcy with about $3 billion in new financing, a $7 billion reduction in debt, and $1.7 billion cut from gas processing and pipeline costs. A rebound in energy prices raised Chesapeake’s value to about $5.13 billion, the judge hearing the case said. His remarks drew a rebuke from bankruptcy court Judge David Jones. Chesapeake managers “should not be criticized,” said Jones, “they should be complimented,” citing the energy market crash.
Persons: Brett Carlsen, Robert Stack, David Jones, , Jones, , Gordon Pennoyer, Franklin, ” Jones Organizations: HOUSTON, Chesapeake Energy’s, Chesapeake Energy, REUTERS, Investors, Chesapeake, Advisers Inc, Franklin, Jefferies Financial Locations: U.S, Litchfield Township , Pennsylvania, Chesapeake, Franklin
Starting last week, US officials began allowing states to transfer coronavirus vaccine from hospitals to local retail pharmacies to speed up immunizations. At least one state, New York, will begin administering those transferred doses to elderly Americans on Thursday. The immunizations mark the beginning of a much wider vaccine rollout in pharmacies across the US. To assist with this process, Warp Speed allowed states to transfer doses that were sitting in freezers at hospitals to local retail pharmacies. States can continue to transfer shots moving forward, she added, with doses being moved to pharmacies on Thursdays each week.
Persons: Kathleen Jaeger, Jaeger, Andrew Cuomo, Wegmans, Gayle Butler, Irfan Khan, Joe Biden Organizations: National Association of Chain Drug, Kroger, Pharmacists, York Gov, Wegmans Pharmacy, Pfizer, BioNTech, Center, Los Angeles Times, CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Costco, US, Centers for Disease Control Locations: New York, freezers, Ohio, Colorado, York, Houston , Texas, Florida, Southern California, Louisiana, St, Los Angeles , California
(CNN) The Houston Rockets are moving on from franchise superstar James Harden. They are trading the 31-year-old to the Brooklyn Nets as part of a four-team deal, according to multiple reports including ESPN and The Athletic, citing sources familiar with the deal. In return for Harden, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Houston is acquiring Caris LeVert and Rodions Kurucs from the Nets, Dante Exum from the Cleveland Cavaliers, three first-round picks from the Nets, one first-round pick from the Cavaliers via the Milwaukee Bucks, and four first-round pick swaps from the Nets. Brooklyn is also sending center Jarrett Allen and forward Taurean Prince to the Cavaliers as part of the trade, according to ESPN's Wojnarowski. In a separate deal, Houston is trading LeVert and a second round pick to the Indiana Pacers for guard and two-time All-Star Victor Oladipo, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania.
Persons: James Harden, Harden, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Caris, Dante Exum, Jarrett Allen, Prince, ESPN's, Victor Oladipo, Shams, Read Organizations: CNN, Houston Rockets, Brooklyn Nets, ESPN, The, Nets, Cleveland Cavaliers, Cavaliers, Milwaukee Bucks, Nets ., Indiana Pacers Locations: Houston, Nets . Brooklyn
Sweetgreen enters the crispy chicken wars with a healthy twist
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Kate Rogers | ) www.cnbc.com + 1.00   time to read: +1 min
While fast-food companies are doubling down on the fried chicken sandwich wars, salad chain Sweetgreen is launching its own crispy chicken product, set to capitalize on the craze with a healthier twist. The chain, best known for its seasonal offerings, has debuted a Crispy Chicken Salad, which includes crispy rice, romaine lettuce, baby spinach, blackened chicken, carrots, shredded cabbage, tomatoes and chopped local pickles. It is served with a remoulade dressing, which is similar to a "special sauce." "This food is craveable and celebrated by people you love," he said. "It lets you have a lot of fun telling great stories around this food and engaging people in that, to show them Sweetgreen is just as craveable as other fast-food brands people are used to."
Persons: Sweetgreen, Ally Love, Valkyrae, Harper Watters, Nic Jammet, Jammet Organizations: Houston Ballet, CNBC Locations: romaine
If you don't need immediate access to your stimulus check, investing could be a great way to grow the money over time. Your investment options include stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETFs, options, real estate, and much more. For instance, in addition to investment accounts, brokerages may also offer IRAs and other retirement accounts, education savings accounts, and custodial accounts (investment accounts for minors). And when it comes to investment accounts, some platforms offer both individual accounts and joint accounts for two or more people. You should only invest your $600 stimulus check if you don't absolutely need the money right away.
Persons: brokerages, Charles Schwab, you'll, You'll, Rickie Houston Organizations: American, Fidelity, Vanguard, Invest, Exchange, Mutual, Investments, Finance
Accolade, a health care technology company that helps employees navigate their medical plans, is buying telemedicine start-up 2nd.MD to bolster its ability to provide users with second opinions, CNBC has learned exclusively. Accolade is close to announcing the acquisition of Houston-based Innovation Specialists, parent company of 2nd.MD, for about $460 million, according to people with knowledge of the situation. The move is said to nearly double Accolade's addressable market to about $46 billion by giving the company a provider of expert medical opinions from a network of U.S. doctors. The start-up has 300 corporate customers with more than seven million employees and about $35 million in revenue last year, according to documents viewed by CNBC. Accolade, which went public in July, counts CNBC parent Comcast as both a major customer and an investor.
Persons: 2nd.MD, Raj Singh, Singh, Accolade, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Accolade, CNBC, Comcast Locations: Houston, Seattle
Dropbox to layoff 11% of workforce, COO to step down
  + stars: | 2021-01-13 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: The Dropbox app logo seen on a mobile phone in this illustration photo October 16, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration(Reuters) - Dropbox Inc on Wednesday announced the exit of operations chief and said it will cut 11% of its global workforce, or 315 people, as the file hosting service provider shifts business resources in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Shares fell nearly 6% to $22.26 after Dropbox said Chief Operating Officer Olivia Nottebohm, who joined last year from Alphabet Inc's Google, will step down on Feb. 5. (bit.ly/38CVySi)Dropbox did not provide details of a replacement for the COO. The San Francisco-based company had said in October that remote work due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be a primary experience for its employees and its physical spaces will no longer be for daily individual work.
Persons: Thomas White, Dropbox, Olivia Nottebohm, Drew Houston Organizations: REUTERS, Inc, Wednesday Locations: San Francisco
Outdoor NFL stadiums and Major League Baseball ballparks across the country are being repurposed as states work to administer the Covid-19 vaccine en masse. The site has been turned into a massive outdoor vaccine center. “Our new vaccine site in Glendale will rapidly expand the number of Arizonans getting vaccinated,” Governor Doug Ducey said in a statement. “We need to get these vaccine doses out of freezers and into the arms of Arizonans who want it, and our new site will speed up that process." The use of these spacious outdoor venues is one attempt to more quickly administer the vaccine to larger numbers of people as the rollout continues.
Persons: Francis Suarez, Doug Ducey, Arizonans, Donald Trump, Joe Biden Organizations: Major League Baseball, CDC, Major League Baseball's San Diego Padres, Dodger, NFL's Miami Dolphins, Mets, Citi Field, Astros, Arizona Cardinals, Pfizer, Moderna Locations: Los Angeles, Miami, York City, Houston, Arizona, Glendale
While his repertoire of extraordinary abilities is wide and varied, no-look three pointers haven't been a regularity for James. The ridiculous, no-look three pointer was the crowning moment on the Lakers' dominant 117-100 win over the Rockets. Behind James' 26 points and Antony Davis' 19 points, the reigning NBA champions improved their record to a league-best 9-3 and are now undefeated on the road. More postponed gamesMeanwhile there have now been six NBA games postponed this season, due to the league's health and safety protocols. For the third time in less than a week, the Boston Celtics had a game postponed due to Covid-19 issues.
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United Airlines revealed the first 12 routes that its Boeing 737 Max aircraft will fly. United operates the larger Boeing 737 Max 9 jet and is currently the only airline in the US to operate the type. United Airlines has scheduled the first routes for its Boeing 737 Max aircraft that's set to return to the skies on February 11, 2021. A tried and true Boeing 737 airline, the Max fit right into United's fleet as pilots could fly both the 737 Next Generation and 737 Max interchangeably. Here's where United is flying the 737 Max come February 11, 2021.
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Dropbox to cut 11% of its global workforce
  + stars: | 2021-01-13 | by ( Jessica Bursztynsky | ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.97   time to read: +2 min
Dropbox Inc. co-founder Drew Houston waits as Dropbox (DBX) is listed for the company's initial public offering (IPO) at the Nasdaq Market Site in New York, U.S., March 23, 2018. Dropbox is cutting its global workforce by about 11%, the company said in an 8K filing released Wednesday. "The steps we're taking today are painful, but necessary," Dropbox CEO Drew Houston said in an employee memo Wednesday. Dropbox in October shifted to a standard remote work policy, which will be in place even after the Covid-19 pandemic ends. Dropbox also announced that chief operating officer Olivia Nottebohm will leave the company February 5.
Persons: Drew Houston, Dropbox, Houston, Olivia Nottebohm Organizations: Dropbox Inc, Nasdaq, CNBC, YouTube Locations: New York, U.S, San Francisco, Seattle, Austin, Dublin
Dropbox is laying off 315 employees, or 11% of its workforce, the company announced on Wednesday. Dropbox announced its first profitable quarter in May 2020, driven in part by a increased online work during the coronavirus pandemic. Dropbox is laying off 315 employees, or 11% of its workforce. Dropbox announced its first profitable quarter in May 2020, driven in part by a increased online work during the coronavirus pandemic. Houston said the company will also scale back investments to support in-office workers after Dropbox announced it would allow all employees to work from home permanently.
Persons: Drew Houston, Dropbox, Olivia Nottebohm, Read, Houston, Nottebohm, Insider's Paayal Zaveri Organizations: Services, Google, Dropbox Locations: North America, Houston, Dropbox
Newberg writes that up-and-coming ghost kitchen startup CloudKitchens is spending spends hundreds of millions of dollars converting old industrial warehouses around the US into dozens of individual kitchen spaces. REEF Technology is another ghost kitchen startup that operates delivery-only restaurant kitchen trailers and deploys them in parking lots across the country. Over the past three years, Travis Kalanick, the ousted founder CEO of Uber, has been quietly purchasing real estate in major cities across the country while simultaneously investing in ghost kitchen business internationally for his ghost kitchen startup, CloudKitchens. Read more: A San Francisco pizzeria transformed into a ghost kitchen when the pandemic hit. A REEF kitchen, meanwhile, can host just 7 — though it sometimes operates multiple kitchens in a single parking lot, as needed.
Persons: Matt Newberg, Newberg, CloudKitchen, Travis Kalanick, Uber, CloudKitchens, they've, PitchBook, Goldman Sachs, HNGRY, Umami Burger, Bao, Read Organizations: Technology, Panda, Food, who've Locations: Dubai, North America, San Francisco, Miami, Wynwood, South Beach, LA, Seattle, Portland, Austin, Houston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Koreatown, Los Angeles
Facebook says it sees increase in calls to violence in the U.S.
  + stars: | 2021-01-13 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +8 min
SEE NEW POSTSFacebook says it sees increase in calls to violence in the U.S. Facebook has seen an increase in activity praising last week's violent occupation of the U.S. Capitol and growing signs of possible future violence, a spokesperson said Wednesday. Facebook has also fielded an increased number of legal requests from the FBI for the data of users suspected of storming the Capitol, the spokesperson said. Share this -Rep. Peter Meijer becomes 7th House Republican to back impeachment Rep. Peter Meijer, R-Mich., announced Wednesday he will vote to impeach President Donald Trump, becoming the seventh House Republican to do so. “I’m one of these,” the man said to the officer as he pointed to the hat, according to a police report. Share this -Trump monitoring proceedings from the White House President Trump has been monitoring the impeachment proceedings largely from the Oval Office, and in a few instances from the dining room, according to an administration official.
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Rep. Peter Meijer becomes 7th House Republican to back impeachment
  + stars: | 2021-01-13 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
SEE NEW POSTSRep. Peter Meijer becomes 7th House Republican to back impeachment Rep. Peter Meijer, R-Mich., announced Wednesday he will vote to impeach President Donald Trump, becoming the seventh House Republican to do so. Share this -House vote to impeach Trump for a second time begins The House is voting now to impeach President Donald Trump for high crimes and misdemeanors for the second time. This time, the House is voting to impeach him on one article of impeachment for “incitement of insurrection” following the Jan. 6 attack at the Capitol. Share this -Trump monitoring proceedings from the White House President Trump has been monitoring the impeachment proceedings largely from the Oval Office, and in a few instances from the dining room, according to an administration official. There has been outreach between the White House and Republican leadership on the Hill in recent days, the official said, but did not give specific details.
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Inside his vehicle was a book bag containing a semi-automatic handgun with a fully-loaded 6-round magazine, the police report says. There has been outreach between the White House and Republican leadership on the Hill in recent days, the official said, but did not give specific details. Share this -Ivanka Trump not expected to attend inauguration Ivanka Trump is not expected to attend President-elect Biden’s inauguration next week, according to a White House official. While she respects his transition to power, according to this official, the official said children of outgoing presidents do not always attend. President Trump has also said he will not attend the ceremony.
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