iProcessing – the industry leader in payment processing for innovative businesses – recently celebrated fourteen years of helping companies process customer payments. Often described as “high-risk businesses,” certain companies can sometimes be challenged to find financial partners who will help them due to strict guidelines. iProcessing continues to embrace these innovative businesses and helps them overcome hurdles to grow and serve customers.
In this excerpt from an Instagram Live event hosted by Food & Wine magazine, NASA’s Kennedy Space Center’s Matt Romeyn discusses how plants know where to grow when there’s little to no gravity.
The Instagram Live event included:
* Food & Wine host, Kat Kinsman (upper left)
* NASA Applied Sciences’ Christine Lee from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California. (lower left)
* NASA Kennedy Space Center’s Matt Romeyn (lower right)
* Food & Wine chef, Josh Miller
Miller cooked a chili pepper Thanksgiving gravy during the program, in celebration of the recent harvest of chili peppers grown on the International Space Station.
More about how NASA supports growing food, on our home planet and beyond, can be found at: https://www.nasa.gov/subject/20266/food/
The head of the women’s professional tennis tour questioned the legitimacy of what Chinese state media said was a retraction by a Grand Slam doubles champion who has accused a former top government official of sexual assault.
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Michigan has emerged as a COVID-19 hotspot as the winter flu season arrives. A flu outbreak at the University of Michigan could be a warning as the state’s healthcare system deals with rising COVID cases. Lead national correspondent David Begnaud reports.
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Qualcomm Inc., the biggest maker of chips that run smartphones, gave an upbeat sales forecast, fueled by growth in new markets. The shares jumped 7.9% to a record high. Chief Executive Officer Cristiano Amon is on Bloomberg.
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Tuesday evening, while theGrio was on the scene, Howard University Police arrived at the Blackburn Center and told Steven Jackson and other alumni who were filming on the property they had to shut down production. A student who was in the midst of an interview with the alums observed that an officer who had previously had a physical altercation with student protesters was among the team sent to shut down filming on campus.
Concern is rising over a possible fifth wave of the coronavirus as a number of states experience an increase in cases, driving a new push for vaccine boosters for all adults even as some school districts start to ease up on masks in the classroom. NBC’s Sam Brock reports for TODAY from Miami.
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