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    In this article GOOGFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTSundar Pichai, CEO, AlphabetLluis Gene | AFP | Getty ImagesDays after Google announced the largest round of layoffs in the company's 25-year history, executives defended the job cuts and took questions from a concerned workforce during a town hall meeting Monday. Google CEO Sundar Pichai led the companywide meeting and told employees executives will see their bonuses cut. He pleaded with staffers to remain motivated as Google faces heightened competition in areas like artificial intelligence, while also trying to explain why employees who lost their jobs were removed from the internal system without warning. "I understand you are worried about what comes next for your work," Pichai said. "Also very sad for the loss of some really good colleagues across the company. For those of you outside the U.S., the delay in being able to make and communicate decisions about roles in your region is undoubtedly causing anxiety." CNBC listened to audio of the meeting, which followed the company's announcement Friday that it's eliminating 12,000 jobs, or roughly 6% of the full-time...
    In this article DISFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTDrew Angerer | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesDisney Chief Executive Bob Iger will speak to employees at 9 a.m. PT Monday in a town hall, marking his return to the company. Iger said in a memo to employees he will discuss the future of Disney and answer questions about what's ahead. He'll speak from the Walt Disney Studio Lot in Burbank, California. The memo was obtained by CNBC. The town hall will come just a week after he was reinstated as CEO, replacing Bob Chapek. This is breaking news. Check back for updates.TVWATCH LIVEWATCH IN THE APPUP NEXT | ETListen
    Cincinnati (CNN)Dena Cranley and Barbara Lynch have a blunt reality check for President Joe Biden: His repeated pleas for vaccinations are going largely unheeded and unheard.As Biden asked Americans once again on Monday to get vaccinated to slow the resurgence of Covid-19 cases across the country, the two Cincinnati women who agree with his message say he is not the best messenger."At the end of the day, people are not going to listen to politicians or the doctors," said Cranley, a leader of First Ladies for Health, a local group fighting vaccine hesitancy. "They don't trust the politicians or the doctors," added Lynch, who volunteers alongside Cranley in doing outreach to communities of color and faith.As the Delta variant increasingly rattles nerves from the White House to Wall Street -- with the Dow Industrial Average tumbling Monday more than 700 points in the worst one-day decline of the year -- the fight against Covid-19 vaccine disinformation has emerged as a critical challenge for the administration.Read MoreThe frustration was evident in the President's voice on Monday as he implored Americans to...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health will host a virtual town hall event Monday discussing steps being taken to protect children returning to school, the reopening process and school waivers. Speaking at the town hall will be Dr. Barbara Ferrer, county public health director; Dr. Debra Duardo, county superintendent of schools; and Dr. Dawn Terashita, county public health physician specialist. Moderating the event will be Deputy Superintendent Arturo Valdez. Schools throughout the county have already reopened for specialized services for students with high needs, students in grades TK-2 with accepted waiver applications, childcare and modified youth sports programs. As of Monday, the health department has received 210 waiver applications from schools seeking to reopen for in-person instruction for grades TK-2 — 134 from private schools, 71 from public schools and five from charter schools. As of Wednesday, 29 waiver applications have been approved, and another 45 have been submitted to the state for final approval. Health officials said 1,463 schools have already opted to offer in-person learning for high-need students — 73% are public...
    After Donald Trump pulled out of the planned Thursday night town hall-style debate, refusing to do a remote debate because moderators can “cut you off whenever they want,” Joe Biden scheduled a town hall event with ABC News. Now Trump is talking about a town hall on NBC News Thursday night as well, though it’s not yet confirmed.  What is confirmed is Trump’s strong desire to resume campaigning in person, despite concerns about campaigning by someone who may well still be contagious with COVID-19. Trump’s doctor tried to give him the official sign-off as not infectious on Saturday, but experts say there’s serious doubt about that based on the scant information provided. On Sunday, Twitter flagged a Trump tweet for containing “misleading and potentially harmful misinformation”—namely, that “I can’t get it (immune), and can’t give it.” Most of all, Trump just wants to return to his ego-stroking campaign tour. He wants to be on the road every day, Axios reports, leading one adviser to fret, “He’s going to kill himself.” Trump is starting on Monday in Sanford, Florida, with a rally some locals worry will compromise public health. ...
    North Carolina Democrat Senate candidate Cal Cunningham canceled a town hall appearance on Monday after reports revealed he was sending suggestive messages to a woman other than his wife. WUNC host Jeff Tiberii, who was to moderate the town hall in North Carolina on Monday, wrote, “A U.S. Senate town hall scheduled for Monday afternoon is off. Unfortunately @CalforNC has backed out. Organizers will try to reschedule.” Cunningham admitted to sending lurid text messages to Arlene Guzman Todd, a public relations strategist from California. Cunningham has a wife and two children. “I’m disappointed for the organizers who worked hard to put this together; also that we will not hear from Cunningham about sexually suggestive texts he sent to a woman (not his wife, nor mother of his children),” Tiberii said. “Fascinated to see when he publicly addresses this,” he wrote. I’m disappointed for the organizers who worked hard to put this together; also that we will not hear from Cunningham about sexually suggestive texts he sent to a woman (not his wife, nor mother of his children). Fascinated to see...
    Democratic Senate candidate Cal Cunningham bailed on a North Carolina town hall with his opponent after being accused of sexting the wife of a veteran. Cunningham — who is married — bailed on the town hall shortly after reports that he exchanged sexual text messages with the woman. WUNC host Jeff Tiberii, who was set to serve as moderator for the town hall, tweeted on Monday, “A U.S. Senate town hall scheduled for Monday afternoon is off. Unfortunately @CalforNC has backed out. Organizers will try to reschedule.” “I’m disappointed for the organizers who worked hard to put this together; also that we will not hear from Cunningham about sexually suggestive texts he sent to a woman (not his wife, nor mother of his children),” Tiberii added. “Fascinated to see when he publicly addresses this.” A U.S. Senate town hall scheduled for Monday afternoon is off. Unfortunately @CalforNC has backed out. Organizers will try to reschedule. #ncpol #ncsen — Jeff Tiberii (@j_tibs) October 5, 2020 I’m disappointed for the organizers who worked hard to put this together; also that...
    Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Cal Cunningham withdrew from a town hall before North Carolina voters Monday, after a second cheating allegation emerged days after he admitted to sexting a woman who is not his wife. Cunningham, who is married with two children, is challenging incumbent Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.).What are the details?On Friday, Cunningham apologized after his campaign confirmed reports that he had exchanged texts of a sexual nature with a public relations strategist who is also married. TheBlaze reported:Cunningham said he won't drop out of the Senate race following the sexting scandal. According to seven different polls, Cunningham leads his opponent, Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), by between 4 to 10 points heading into the election.Then on Monday, National File — the publication that first broke the sexting scandal — reported that former Cunningham advocate and attorney Erin Brinkman said on Facebook of the Democrat, "He's been having an affair with a good friend of mine since 2012. Not the woman mentioned in the story. Needless to say, my friend was devastated. But my feeling is, if they'll cheat WITH...
    All eyes are on North Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Cal Cunningham after he reportedly pulled out of a town hall event on Monday following the publication of steamy text messages between the candidate and a woman who is not his wife. Cunningham, a Democrat challenging incumbent Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., "backed out" of a campaign event scheduled for Monday and organizers hope to reschedule, WUNC reported. The news of Cunningham backing out of the town hall comes hours after another affair allegation against Cunningham surfaced Monday, this time from a woman claiming her friend has been having an affair with Cunningham since 2012. Cunningham, who is married, apologized on Friday after the website NationalFile.com published steamy text messages between the candidate and a public relations strategist named Arlene Guzman Todd. The allegation that surfaced Monday purports to involve a second woman. NORTH CAROLINA RACE IN 'CHAOS' AFTER CUNNINGHAM SEXTING SCANDAL, TILLIS CORONAVIRUS DIAGNOSIS The second allegation hinges on a claim from Erin Brinkman, who appears to be a Los Angeles-based lawyer who served on Cunningham's state Senate steering committee from 2009 to 2010, according to the LinkedIn profile of a woman with the same...
    Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is expected to visit Miami’s Little Havana and Little Haiti ahead of a televised town hall Monday, as the former vice president returns to the critical swing state of Florida in the final homestretch of his election campaign. Meanwhile, President Trump canceled a rally scheduled in Sanford, Fla., last Friday and postponed future campaign stops on a case by case basis just one month away from Election Day after announcing he tested positive for the coronavirus, the Palm Beach Post reported. Monday will be Biden’s second trip to Florida this year, after his campaign canceled scheduled visits in March ahead of the state’s primary due to the coronavirus pandemic, and waited months until Sept. 15 to come to Tampa and Kissimmee, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported. TRUMP AND BIDEN SUPPORTERS OUT IN FORCE ACROSS THE SWING STATE OF FLORIDA WITH ELECTION ONE MONTH AWAY By comparison, Trump, who’s been hospitalized with COVID-19 since Friday, visited Florida three times in the past month alone: he hosted a Latinos for Trump event in Doral on...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago Public Schools leaders could decide to rework part of the plan for reopening schools in the fall.The school district held the first in a series of virtual meetings Monday, seeking community input on its preliminary school reopening proposal.Partent and teachers had the opprotunity to ask dozens of questions, many expressing concerns about the effectiveness and safety of the current CPS plan.A mid-session pill showed more than half of those tuning in are uncomfortable with the current proposal, with 42% answering "not comfortable at all."Some of the questions focused how to give high school juniors and seniors options for in-person learning.RELATED: CPS, mayor release hybrid learning framework for possible Chicago school reopenings in fallEMBED More News Videos Depending on your age and grade, the plan involves in-person instruction, remote learning, or both. The Chicago Teachers Union says any in-person learning would be unsafe.RELATED: Pediatricians give parents back-to-school advice to keep students safe from COVID-19 this fallEMBED More News VideosAs school districts release their fall plans, some doctors are weighing in on whether it's safe for students, teachers...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago Public Schools leaders could decide to rework part of the plan for reopening schools in the fall.The school district will hold the first in a series of virtual meetings. They are talking about how to give high school juniors and seniors options for in-person learning. Under the original plan, all juniors and seniors would have had remote learning for the fall semester.RELATED: CPS, mayor release hybrid learning framework for possible Chicago school reopenings in fallEMBED More News Videos Depending on your age and grade, the plan involves in-person instruction, remote learning, or both. The Chicago Teachers Union says any in-person learning would be unsafe.RELATED: Pediatricians give parents back-to-school advice to keep students safe from COVID-19 this fallEMBED More News VideosAs school districts release their fall plans, some doctors are weighing in on whether it's safe for students, teachers and school employees to return. The district's preliminary plan was unveiled before the Chicago Public School Board last week, which was met with a caravan protest from CTU. A final decision is expected next month.The virtual town hall...
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