WSGF – Vacaychella Analyst Report on New Short-Term Rental Tech Biz Coming Next Tuesday Prior to Airbnb IPO

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Dallas, Texas, Dec 01, 2020 (Newsfile Corp via COMTEX) —
Dallas, Texas–(Newsfile Corp. – December 1, 2020) – World Series of Golf, Inc. (OTC Pink: WSGF) (“WSGF”), in conjunction with its new sharing economy technology business focus serving the short-term rental market through its subsidiary, Vaycaychella, has engaged Goldman Small Cap Research to conduct ongoing analyst coverage. Goldman expects to issue an initial research report next week, on Tuesday, December 8th, 2020.

Barron’s reported today, “Airbnb is scheduled to price its initial public offering on Dec. 9 and trade Dec. 10, three people familiar with the situation said. The start-up is expected to trade on the Nasdaq Stock Market under the ticker ABNB. Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs are lead underwriters on the deal, according to Airbnb’s prospectus.”

Over the last three years, Vaycaychella has

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Best Cyber Monday And Black Friday Deals Still Available (Tuesday Update)

Over the years, Cyber Monday has turned into Cyber Week, with select deals still offered after the Monday following Thanksgiving passes us by. That’s the case this year with gaming deals, too, as retailers still have holdover deals from Black Friday and Cyber Monday as well as a few new deals sprinkled in here and there. We’re still seeing some great deals on a wide variety of games, including 2020 hits like The Last of Us Part II, Watch Dogs Legion, and numerous sports sims.

We’ve rounded up the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals that are still available now. We expect a lot of these deals to disappear soon, so if you see something you want, grab it as soon as possible.

Though this roundup focuses on physical game deals, most sales happening on digital game storefronts right now cover both Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so you

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Giving Tuesday celebrated by The Tech Interactive with time capsule opening and virtual tour

SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — On Dec. 1, The Tech Interactive joins nonprofits from around the world in celebrating Giving Tuesday, the biggest day of the year for philanthropy. The Tech, which has been closed to the public since the beginning of the pandemic, is raising money to support its mission to inspire the innovator in everyone, both through virtual resources and as one of the world’s premiere science centers.

Donor support has helped The Tech launch and support its collection of at-home educational resources for families and educators. Donor support also helps The Tech provide free virtual labs to low-income schools.

The Tech Interactive At Home can be found here:

Information on The Tech’s virtual labs can be found here:

On Giving Tuesday The Tech will host a livestream event featuring:

  • A first look at a brand new exhibit — Solve for
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HBO Max to stream on Amazon Fire TV, ‘Firestick’ and Fire tablets starting Tuesday


Amazon’s Fire TV Stick, sometimes referred to by customers as a “Firestick,” is one of its most popular streaming devices. 

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HBO Max will launch its dedicated app on Amazon’s Fire TV devices, including its popular dongle often referred to as the “Firestick,” and Fire tablets on Tuesday. The change gives HBO Max’s customers an easier way to stream the service on Amazon products, and it’s the latest development that fills in some gaps in app support on the most popular streaming devices

The deal, announced Monday, puts to rest a major standoff that’s likely crimped HBO Max since its launch in May. This leaves Roku as the last major streaming device platform lacking support for HBO’s new app, which offers extra movies, shows and originals that don’t run on its regular network. 

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Fulton County’s Mobile Career Center Comes To Roswell Tuesday

ROSWELL, GA — Fulton County residents looking for help to find successful employment will have a new and innovative way to access career support services when Fulton County’s Mobile Career Center bus rolls into Roswell, starting Tuesday.

The Mobile Career Center is a service of WorkSource Fulton, which serves more than 10,000 Fulton County residents each year, providing job training, career advisement, and job search support in an effort to connect job seekers with in-demand careers. WorkSource staff will be providing help with resumes and interview skills, as well as providing guidance to help residents in their job search at the following locations/on the following dates, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day.



Tuesday, Nov. 17
Wednesday, Dec. 2

City Hall
38 Hill Street
Roswell, GA 30075

Thursday, Nov. 19
Wednesday, Dec. 9

East Roswell Park
9000 Fouts Road
Roswell, GA 30076

Tuesday, Dec. 15

Hembree Park

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Facebook, Twitter CEOs to testify before the Senate: How to watch Tuesday


Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter’s Jack Dorsey are becoming regulars at Congress.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey are becoming familiar faces on Capitol Hill. On Tuesday, the pair of social media bosses are scheduled to visit with senators to discuss how they make choices when monitoring content on their sites.

The Senate Judiciary Committee hearing was called after Republicans demanded the CEOs explain why they limited the spread of a New York Post article that suggested unproven improprieties involving President-elect Joe Biden’s son. (Biden representatives have challenged the article’s content.) The social networks’ actions raised questions about how they fact check political content.

The virtual hearing marks the second time Zuckerberg and Dorsey are to appear before lawmakers in less than a

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8 of the scientific institutions and traditions on the line on Tuesday

WASHINGTON — It’s impossible to overstate the impact of Tuesday’s presidential election on the health and science landscape.

It’s a contest between a candidate who says he’ll give federal scientists a major say in national policy and a president whose top aides have boasted that he wrested control of the U.S. “back from the doctors” in the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic. One candidate has made the phrase “trust the scientists” a constant refrain. The other has focused far more on economic indicators than scientific ones — and considered it an insult to suggest that his opponent will “listen to the scientists” in determining pandemic policy.

The divergent positions of President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden on these issues may be central to the outcome of the election and will likely impact every element of the American medical and scientific worlds. Based on the candidates’ own

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AMD Reports Earnings on Tuesday: 6 Key Things to Watch

As Intel  (INTC) – Get Report tumbles post-earnings for the second quarter in a row, AMD  (AMD) – Get Report is trading higher again, leaving shares up 78% on the year and 160% over the last 12 months.

It’s safe to say that markets are counting on the CPU and GPU developer to once more top estimates and issue strong guidance when it reports on Tuesday. Currently, the consensus among analysts polled by FactSet is for AMD to post Q3 revenue of $2.56 billion (up 42% annually) and non-GAAP EPS of $0.35.

AMD’s Q4 revenue consensus stands at $2.62 billion (implies 23% annual growth), and its full-year revenue consensus stands at $8.9 billion (up 32%). In July, the company guided for 32% 2020 revenue growth, up from a prior outlook for 20% to 30% growth.

I’ll be live-blogging AMD’s earnings report, which typically arrives 15 minutes

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