Bumble’s female-forward IPO

This is the web version of The Broadsheet, a daily newsletter for and about the world’s most powerful women. Sign up to get it delivered free to your inbox. Good morning, Broadsheet readers! The Biden-Harris inauguration is in one day, a mask brand carves out a niche in a crowded market, and Bumble is going public. Have a mindful Tuesday. – IPO buzz.…

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Reasons behind Hiring a Translator for Your Business

The advancements in the digital world have offered a wonderful way of expanding your business with relative ease. A stronger international recognition can go a long way towards making a mark and build credibility. For staying on top of the minds of people belonging to the target market and for communicating effectively it is necessary to translate the online profile…

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Peso inches lower as market eyes US policy

THE PESO slipped further against the dollar on Tuesday as investors stayed on the sidelines ahead of the inauguration of the incoming president of the United States on Wednesday. The local currency shed 0.3 centavo to close at P48.078 versus the dollar on Tuesday from its P48.075 finish on Monday, data from the Bankers Association of the Philippines showed. The…

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No direct link between the COVID vaccine and a recent string of deaths in the elderly, Norway finds

Health authorities in Norway say there’s no evidence of a direct link between the recent string of deaths among elderly people inoculated against COVID-19, and the vaccine they received. The Norwegian Medicines Agency is seeking to address fears that taking the vaccine might be too risky, after 33 people in the country aged 75 and over died following immunization, according to the…

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Peso slips vs dollar

THE PESO weakened against the greenback on Monday as the market repositioned ahead of US President-elect Joseph R. Biden.’s first day in office. The local currency inched down by one centavo to P48.075 versus the dollar on Monday from its P48.065 finish on Friday, based on the data from the Bankers Association of the Philippines. It opened the session at…

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Business could be on the precipice of an automation explosion

Automation is hardly a new threat to workers. Long before the arrival of COVID-19 disrupted businesses, many manufacturing executives were already changing how their companies assembled products, and other industries were considering following suit. But as the global crisis has dragged on, the pandemic could be accelerating that shift. “Every time there’s a disruption it forces people to make decisions,”…

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