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T-Mobile agrees to pay big bucks for last year’s 911 outage

It must be a terrifying experience to have to contact first responders and have the 911 call not connect, but that’s exactly what happened to thousands of T-Mobile customers in the United States on June 15, 2020. As a result of the frightening incident, the wireless carrier agreed to pay the Federal Communications Commission $19.5 million in a settlement this week (FCC).

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U.S. to release oil from reserves to lower gas prices

President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday that the administration will tap the Strategic Petroleum Reserve as part of a global effort by energy-consuming nations to slow the rapid rise in fuel prices that is expected in 2021. The coordinated release by the United States, India, China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and the United Kingdom is the first of its kind.

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Texas Upstream Employment Rises Again

Texas upstream employment increased by 2,300 jobs between September and October, according to the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association (TIPRO), citing the most recent Current Employment Statistics (CES) report from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

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Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes resign from Fox News

Every month or so, while speaking with Fox News sources, I express my surprise that Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes are still on the network’s payroll. The two men are realistic conservative thinkers who have refused to give in to Donald Trump. Unfortunately, Fox viewers didn’t get to hear from them very often. This year, they were booked so infrequently by the network’s producers that their contracts resembled golden handcuffs.

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AmEx requires vaccines for employees returning to U.S. offices

Before working from its U.S. offices, American Express Co. will require all employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
In a memo to employees, Chief Executive Officer Steve Squeri stated that the requirement will also apply to in-person events sponsored by the company, both on and off-site. At the end of the year, the New York-based card company employed over 22,000 people in the United States.

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Buttigieg’s Star Rises as $1T Biden Agenda Shifts Toward Him

Pete Buttigieg, the transportation secretary in charge of much of President Joe Biden's $1 trillion infrastructure package, was speaking with reporters about its implications — the promise of more electric cars, intercity train routes, and larger airports — when he was interrupted by a pointed question.

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Prime Video app gets the clip-sharing feature, but only on iOS

Amazon has released a new smart video clipping tool for its Prime Video platform, allowing subscribers to promote the company's content indirectly by sharing their favourite scenes on social media. The feature only applies to Amazon Originals and is available to customers in the United States — and, for the time being, users who watch Prime Video on iOS.

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