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Improvements to Amazon's Web Services (AWS) Are Being Introduced.

Improvements to Amazon’s Web Services developed to aid consumers in being more flexible and innovative at a lesser price. Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) has released updates to its Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing product that aims to make the service more accessible and useful to a broader audience. In 2022, AWS plans to focus on helping a wide range of businesses and organizations, from startups to multinational corporations and government

The cruise line Carnival is making

Carnival Corporation (CCL) and other major cruise companies were severely impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, which resulted in widespread shutdowns. Carnival Cruise Line, meanwhile, has made a concerted effort in recent weeks to restart its ships and even extend operations. It is the first major American cruise line to return all ships to passenger service. Still, whether visitor demand will increase to pre-pandemic levels is an open issue. Carnival declared

European Customer Ryanair

European Customer Ryanair being takes criticism for stalling price discussions and delivery delays A management reset may be in order at The Boeing Company (BA), beliefs the CEO of Irish budget airline Ryanair Holdings PLC (RYAOF). After a succession of supply delays and conflicts over price negotiations have muddied the commercial relationship of the two businesses. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS: Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary suggested that Boeing’s management needs a shakeup

Supply Equipment for Vietnamese Power Plant

Supply Equipment for Vietnamese Power Plant General Electric Company (GE) announced that its Power arm had won a contract to supply power generation equipment for Petro Vietnam. Supply Equipment for Vietnamese Power Plant Power Corporation’s Nhon Trach 3 and 4 combined cycle power plant from a leading Vietnamese engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) consortium. The 1.6 GW Nhon Trach plant is schedule to begin operations in 2025. It will supply

The leading credit reporting company

Inaccurate credit scores were send to lenders by one of the three major credit agencies the United States, Equifax. The leading credit reporting company for millions of individuals applying for credit cards, mortgages, and auto loans during three weeks this year, as reported by the Wall Street Journal. According to reports, this “technology coding error,” as Equifax calls it, led to loan denials or approvals with higher-than-reasonable interest rates. Equifax’s