Emporia State University Psychology Department Chairman Jim Persinger led various school professionals through his PREPaRE training to deal with crises at Visser Hall Schools on the ESU campus on Thursday and last Friday. The training was funded by a $ 23,610 grant from the Kansas Health Foundation to equip schoolRead More →

BANGKOK (BLOOMBERG) – Many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), the backbone of Thailand’s economy, are grappling with crushing debt that could force them to close their doors as the latest wave of Covid infections -19 darkens the outlook for a recovering economy. “This cycle is much worse than last yearRead More →

Elon Musk announces suspension of Bitcoin Tesla purchases The price of the world’s most popular cryptocurrency has fallen more than eight percent since the start of Friday, from £ 27,816 to just £ 25,562 as of 7:30 a.m. on Monday. Ethereum’s price had fallen 3.65% from £ 2,025 to £Read More →

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (WAFF) – Mental health issues are central to the Tennessee Valley. On Thursday evening, Huntsville City Council approved a resolution to build a new crisis diversion center to help people who are often ignored and don’t know where to go. Police Chief Mark McMurray said the new centerRead More →

MUMBAI (BLOOMBERG) – Credit markets are issuing warnings for other asset classes amid unprecedented rise in Covid-19 cases in India. Companies have defaulted on at least 57 billion rupees (S $ 1 billion) of domestic bonds this year, the highest on record for a similar period. Traders expect more. TheyRead More →