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Plans for largest US solar field north of Vegas scrapped

The push to transition from carbon-emitting fuel sources to renewable energy is hitting a roadblock in Nevada, where solar power developers are abandoning plans to build what would have been the United States’ largest array of solar panels in the desert north of Las Vegas.

“Battle Born Solar Project” developers this week withdrew their application with the federal Bureau of Land Management, which oversees the Moapa Valley hilltop where the panels were planned, KLAS-TV Las Vegas reported.

California-based Arevia Power told the television station that its solar panels would be set far enough back on Mormon Mesa to

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Some Generali investors to ask CEO not to present new business plan, report says

MILAN, July 22 (Reuters) – Shareholders representing about 16% of Generali (GASI.MI) are ready to ask the chief executive not to present a 2022-2024 business plan, a move that would challenge the insurer’s leadership, daily La Repubblica reported on Thursday.

Generali’s CEO Philippe Donnet, whose mandate comes to an end in spring next year, is due to present a new business plan in December.

Italian businessmen Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone and Leonardo Del Vecchio, together with Edizione, the holding company of the powerful Benetton family, and banking foundation Fondazione CRT, are preparing to ask Donnet not to submit his new strategic

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Some Generali Investors to Ask CEO Not to Present New Business Plan, Report Says | Investing News

MILAN (Reuters) -Shareholders representing about 16% of Generali are ready to ask the chief executive not to present a 2022-2024 business plan, a move that would challenge the insurer’s leadership, daily La Repubblica reported on Thursday.

Generali’s CEO Philippe Donnet, whose mandate comes to an end in spring next year, is due to present a new business plan in December.

Italian businessmen Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone and Leonardo Del Vecchio, together with Edizione, the holding company of the powerful Benetton family, and banking foundation Fondazione CRT, are preparing to ask Donnet not to submit his new strategic plan, the paper said.

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Can I Go to See This Show? Must I Wear a Mask? It Depends.

Broadway Inspirational Voices performs at the amphitheater on Little Island, which floats over the Hudson River, in New York, June 20, 2021. (Vincent Tullo/The New York Times)

NEW YORK — During its preview performances in June, New York Classical Theater was allowed to put on “King Lear” for only up to 75 audience members outdoors. Those patrons were socially distanced on picnic blankets, wore masks and could not eat or drink during the play.

That same month, Foo Fighters played a full-capacity show inside Madison Square Garden in Manhattan for 15,000 vaccinated fans. Few had face coverings on; none were

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Grindr Has Been Warned for Years About Its Privacy Issues

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Hacking. Disinformation. Surveillance. CYBER is Motherboard’s podcast and reporting on the dark underbelly of the internet.

This week, a Catholic Substack publication said it observed the movements of a priest through his use of the gay dating app Grindr. The publication then outed him without his consent, in a stark reminder that supposedly anonymized app location data can be used to identify and harass people.

This is a disturbing story that’s only made worse by the fact that Grindr has been warned multiple times over the years that its security and privacy practices

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Hutton Settlement students start coffee roasting subscription business

The smell of coffee wafts across the picturesque Hutton Settlement grounds from a small brick building tucked behind the campus cottages.

Inside, three teenagers at the children’s home have been working for months to perfectly roast three different types of coffee that they’ll begin selling this month as HOPE Neighborhood Roasters.

Hutton Settlement is a children’s home founded in 1919 by Levi Hutton, who was himself an orphan. Today the home is an alternative to foster care, where children live in one of four cottages on the property with house parents while attending schools in the West Valley School

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