The Trump administration is planning to severely limit approvals of new H-1B visas. Companies use that type of visa to bring in temporary guest workers to fill specialized roles, and Texas could be the state most affected by the changes.
More H-1B visas were issued in Dallas-Fort Worth than anywhere outside of the New York City area between 2010 and 2016 — more, even, than Silicon Valley — according to a report from the Pew Research Center.
Washington DC may get military troops support for the 13th time in the history of United States of America on President Calls
The loss of Retail occurred in result of riots ?
A number of major retailers have had stores damaged or have had to close locations. Target closed or curtailed hours at some 200 stores. CEO Brian Cornell said the killing of George Floyd had “unleashed the pent-up pain of years.”Apple, which was just reopening some of its retail outlets, closed them again over the weekend, and several were damaged. CEO Tim Cook condemned Floyd’s killing in a letter to employees.
Number of scenarios rises in the matter of coverage provided by Insurance companies to Retail business but conclusively Yes riots and looting is covered in insurance policies. It is indeed unprecedented year for the US as it has to deal with invisible enemy probably the worst crises of the history and later nobody knew how much costly $20 note could be for America. Even investigation revealed that note was not fake though but it burnt the whole country.
On the other hand Brick and Barter Retail stores have badly effected, sales are almost dead due to which many brands are forced to shutdown as they are not able to meet there overheads. However Pandemic has really turned up e-commerce by promoting no contact or meetup. Beside daily essential sellers like Walmart, Wegmans, Target and Dollar Tree online sales have boosted but when it comes to Retailers in clothing, they are seriously in the state of shock after forced to close the doors for walk in customers. Victoria Secrets, Wall greens, Bed Bath & Beyond, Macy’s and many of the top brands are in the ques to wind up brick and barter stores from USA & Canada however it varies from 50 outlets to 500 outlets.
During Pandemic, matter of the fact is Retailers are bound to practice SOP’s directed by state government and so is for the customers. In US directions from state government are seriously taken not just in business but in other areas such as faith houses and corporate sector. When state directs for something there are no if and buts, every one takes it seriously or faces charges which are again a pain for the rest of the life.
When Stores management tends to close the outlet they try there best to get rid of the products for as little as possible rather than for free which force them to put on ‘ Every thing must Go ‘ to let the customers know about the store closure. Though it creates to type of thoughts among customers, one who grabs the product as planned and the other one leaves it in the hope of further reduction which at times go risky.
Surely, this Pandemic has routed e-commerce industry into a new era. We’ve seen unusual and unexpected transformations in retail, However zero turn out of customers in brick and barter digitalization of our entire lives and technological advancement but there is no doubt that this recent, global-scale, overarching pandemic has, on one hand, caused significant financial losses to many, but on the other, allowed interesting opportunities in the market to rise, such as marketplaces, business optimization and innovative e-commerce subchannels
Silicon Valley and Seattle giants – Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Twitter – were the first to send their employees home as the virus spread to the U.S. Now they’re among the last to return them to the office. Some of their employees might never go back.
SpaceX and NASA crew in IP center
SpaceX and NASA crew dragon arrives at international Space Center. This is the first time ever that SpaceX will be launching humans aboard one of its spacecraft – NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley have the honor of being those first passengers. The mission itself is actually technically still a test, the final demonstration mission in the multi-year development of Crew Dragon, SpaceX’s first human-rated spacecraft. This launch will serve as the proof that Crew Dragon and the Falcon 9 rocket that carries it, is ready for human-rating, after which it will be ready for regular operational service, flying U.S. and allied astronauts to and from the International Space Station (ISS) in low Earth orbit.