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Bridgewater Courier News

The Somerset County Business Partnership 2020 Annual Meeting, the most important yearly gathering of the Somerset County business community, is scheduled virtually for 10 to 11:30 a.m. Dec. 15. 

“There is good reason for the past success of our annual meeting,” Business Partnership President-CEO Chris Edwards said. “It has always been a celebration of a year of achievement for the freeholders, the business community and for the residents of Somerset County. This year, it is a celebration of both success and resiliency. The 2020 Annual Meeting will honor companies that have served on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic, going above and beyond to serve our community.”

More than 500 people attended the 2019 Somerset County Business Partnership Annual Meeting

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NEW YORK, Oct. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Color Star Technology Co., Ltd. (Nasdaq CM: CSCW) (the “Company”, or “Color Star”), a company engaged in the businesses of providing online and offline paid knowledge services for the media, entertainment and culture industries globally, today announced that it, in celebration of its planned Color World App upgrade with the official launch of interactive live video streaming feature which is scheduled on October 15, 2020, will launch a series of interactive live events featuring its growing band of Star Teachers.

The first event (the “Event”) featuring “Star Teacher” Julaiti is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. Beijing Time (or 8:00 a.m. ET) on October 17, 2020. Julaiti is a 20-years old musician who has gained increasing popularity among China’s Gen Z in recent years, following his Top 15 Finalist finish on the “Super Boy 2017”, a highly acclaimed musical competition series

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ZURICH (Reuters) – The World Economic Forum (WEF) will hold its 2021 annual meeting in Lucerne-Buergenstock, Switzerland, from May 18 to 21, it said on Wednesday after announcing in August it would not host the event in the Swiss ski resort of Davos in January as usual due to the coronavirus pandemic.



a screen shot of a computer: 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos


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2020 World Economic Forum in Davos

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The next Davos will not be in Davos. 

The World Economic Forum, whose base in the Swiss Alpine ski resort has become shorthand for its annual meetings each January, had already told the executives, environmentalists and world leaders who usually attend that Covid-19 had forced it to push back its next event to May 2021.

On Wednesday the organisation disclosed that it would also move its meetings to a lower altitude setting.

The WEF, founded by Klaus Schwab 50 years ago, has chosen two sites on opposite sides of Lake Lucerne, between which dignitaries willing to resume face-to-face networking will shuttle by boat and funicular railway. 

Big public meetings will take place at KKL Luzern, the Lucerne Culture and Congress Centre in the town. Smaller workshops will be at Bürgenstock Resort, a 383-room hotel and spa 500 metres above the lake which bills itself as “compact and secure” and was

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By Swati Bhat

MUMBAI, Oct 6 (Reuters)The Reserve Bank of India is widely expected to keep rates steady when its two-day monetary policy committee (MPC) meeting concludes on Friday.

The RBI said it will hold the MPC meeting from Oct. 7 to OCt. 9, having delayed it by a week in order to give the government time to appoint three new external members to the panel.

The government named its nominees late on Monday. Ashima Goyal is currently a member of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s economic advisory council, while Shashanka Bhide is a senior advisor at the National Council for Applied Economic Research – a New Delhi-based think – and Jayanth Varma is currently a finance and accounting professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.

They will join three RBI members on the panel.

“We do not believe the new appointments dramatically change the near-term

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SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s foreign minister said she will travel to Japan to meet counterparts from the “Quad” group of the United States, India and Japan next week to discuss regional security, economic recovery, disinformation and supply chains.

FILE PHOTO: Australia’s Foreign Minister Marise Payne speaks during a news conference at the U.S. Department of State following the 30th AUSMIN in Washington, D.C. July 28, 2020. Brendan Smialowski/Pool via REUTERS

The high-level meeting will be closely watched by China, which warned on Tuesday against “exclusive cliques” that target third-parties.

The meeting in Tokyo on October 6 is the first standalone meeting of the Quad ministers, after an inaugural meeting a year ago in New York on the sidelines of the United Nations.

“This will be another important step forward for this grouping of Indo-Pacific democracies,” Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne said in a statement confirming her travel.

“We will discuss

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SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s foreign minister said she will travel to Japan to meet counterparts from the “Quad” group of the United States, India and Japan next week to discuss regional security, economic recovery, disinformation and supply chains.

The high-level meeting will be closely watched by China, which warned on Tuesday against “exclusive cliques” that target third-parties.

The meeting in Tokyo on October 6 is the first standalone meeting of the Quad ministers, after an inaugural meeting a year ago in New York on the sidelines of the United Nations.

“This will be another important step forward for this grouping of Indo-Pacific democracies,” Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne said in a statement confirming her travel. 

“We will discuss strengthening cooperation to support regional responses to the health and economic dimensions of COVID-19, including on vaccines, supply chains and quality infrastructure investment.”

China is expected to be discussed in the meeting,

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NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — CF Finance Acquisition Corp. (“CFAC” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: CFFA) announced today that it has established Thursday, October 8, 2020 as the record date (the “Record Date”) for its special meeting of stockholders (the “Special Meeting”) to be held to, among other things, approve the proposed business combination (the “Business Combination”) between CFAC and GCM Grosvenor Inc. (“GCM Grosvenor”). Stockholders of record as of the close of business on the Record Date will be entitled to vote their shares at the Special Meeting. The Company also announced that it will establish the date of the special meeting at a later time closer to the completion by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) of its review of the registration statement on Form S-4 filed in connection with the Business Combination. The closing of the Business Combination is subject to approval by

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It’s hard to imagine the post-Covid-19 world in terms of business travel, but that hasn’t kept travel managers from trying. The outlook sounds pessimistic if you view it in terms of projected trips. Evaluated in terms of meeting value, however, it may look different. 

Speaking at last week’s Business Travel Show America virtual conference, Discovery travel management VP Yukari Tortorich, Microsoft global travel director Eric Bailey and tClara founder Scott Gillespie illustrated the contours of how business travel may be viewed as the world emerges from the grip of the pandemic and how travel managers may need to adjust their own value proposition—and knowledge base—as companies return to travel. 

Mass media company Discovery and technology giant Microsoft each have recovered less than 5 percent of their pre-Covid travel volumes to date, and both Bailey and Tortorich stated categorically that travel will not be considered the default option for business meetings

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