San Diego ranked 2nd in U.S. for solar panel usage — fox5sandiego.com

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – The city of San Diego ranks second in the nation in both per capita and total installation and use of solar panels, according to a new report released by Environment America. The “Shining Cities 2020” report, a study on solar capacity in major U.S. cities, surveyed 57 municipalities…

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Appeals court rules in favor of Google, Apple, Facebook and Twitter in anti-conservative bias suit — TechCrunch

The same day Donald Trump took to Twitter to threaten to regulate or shut down social media sites, the U.S. appeals court in Washington D.C. dismissed a lawsuit accusing top tech companies of silencing conservative voices. Filed in 2018 by nonprofit Freedom Watch and rightwing gadfly Laura Loomer, the suit accused Apple, Facebook, Twitter and Google…

via Appeals court rules in favor of Google, Apple, Facebook and Twitter in anti-conservative bias suit — TechCrunch

TIME Launches Leadership Brief Featuring World’s Most Influential CEOs

 

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TIME launches The Leadership Brief, a new newsletter and weekly interview series with the world’s most influential leaders in business as the global coronavirus pandemic continues to put extraordinary demands on leaders around the world…

via TIME Launches New Weekly Interview Series and Newsletter The Leadership Brief Featuring Conversations with the World’s Most Influential CEOs — TIME

Thirty Workers, Four USDA Inspectors Dead Amid Meat Plant Coronavirus Outbreaks — TIME

A fourth U.S. Department of Agriculture food safety inspector died Wednesday from Covid-19, according to a union official, amid an outbreak of the virus in the nation’s meat processors. The inspector was located in Dodge City, Kansas, said Paula Schelling, acting national joint council chairperson for food inspection locals for the American Federation of Government…

via Thirty Workers, Four USDA Inspectors Dead Amid Meat Plant Coronavirus Outbreaks — TIME