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Google | February 26, 2020
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post Wednesday that the company is investing more than $10 billion this year in data centers and offices across the United States. The move comes as Google faces increased scrutiny from U.S. regulators. Leaders of the House Judiciary Committee in September requested documents from the company, raising antitrust concerns. The Federal Trade Commission said in February that it’s examining prior acquisitions made by Google parent Alphabet. And the DOJ in...
ValGenesis Inc. | September 14, 2020
ValGenesis, Inc., a market leader in Enterprise Validation Lifecycle Management Systems (VLMS), today announced that an Agency of the U.S. Federal Government has gone live with cloud-based ValGenesis VLMS – the industry's most trusted 100% paperless validation lifecycle management system. The Agency is an operational and technical support contractor for one of around 40 Federally Funded Research and Development Centers and the only one focused on biomedical research. It is one of the l...
Proximai | September 29, 2020
Proximai is breaking new ground in the aerospace industry as one of the first companies to offer remote, subscription-based AI consulting services and machine learning systems for aeronautics, astronautics, and astrophysics managers and engineers at commercial aerospace firms, department of defense, federal government agencies, non-government organizations, and prime & subcontractors....
MPA | April 02, 2020
The US government has stepped in to mitigate the coronavirus outbreak’s impact on the economy, which may otherwise leave millions unable to pay their mortgages. However, the government is putting borrowers on the honor system. The $2 trillion CARES Act, passed to stimulate the economy during the COVID-19 outbreak, allows borrowers affected by the outbreak to skip mortgage payments for up to a year, and then have those payments added on to the end of their loans....
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