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Rental Car Company Hertz has officially declared bankruptcy, citing the impact of COVID-19 and shelter in place measures on the business as reason for its declaration.
The company said the impact of COVID-19 on travel demand was sudden and dramatic.
Causing an abrupt decline in the company's revenue and future bookings.
The company had already begun implementing furloughs and layoffs of 20,000 employees so far, representing about half of its global workforce.
Not using your Netflix subscription anymore?
You might get an email from the company.
Netflix is sending out alerts and notifications to anyone who's had an account for at least one year without using it.
Asking for confirmation to continue.
And if you haven't used it in over two years, the company will automatically cancel your subscription.
Netflix is product innovation lead, Eddy Wu stated, We hope this new approach saves people some hard earned cash.
And finally this week we'll see SpaceX launching NASA astronauts to the International Space Station in the first US base take off since 2011.
On May 27, at 1:33pm pacific time, the Falcon nine rocket and Crew Dragon capsule will blast off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
And even while your social distancing, you can watch it happen in real time.
NASA is set to provide streaming coverage of pre launch, and ISS docking activities through NASA.
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