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SAN ANTONIO, Nov. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Rackspace Technology Global, Inc. (NASDAQ: RXT) today announced that Kevin Jones, Chief Executive Officer, and Amar Maletira, Chief Financial Officer, will present at the Credit Suisse 24th Annual Technology Conference on Monday, November 30, 2020. Mr. Jones and Mr. Maletira will participate in a fireside chat at approximately 11:00am ET and be available for investor meetings. For more information, please visit the Events and Presentations section of our Investor Relations website at https://ir.rackspace.com/news-and-events/events-and-presentations. About Rackspace Technology Rackspace Technology is a leading end-to-end multicloud technology services company. We design, build and operate our customers’ cloud environments across all major technology platforms, irrespective of technology stack or deployment model. We partner with our customers at every stage of their cloud journey, enabling them to modernize applications, build new products and adopt innovative technologies. IR Contact Joe CrivelliRackspace Technology Investor RelationsIR@rackspace.com PR Contact Natalie SilvaRackspace Technology Corporate Communicationspublicrelations@rackspace.com
Homeland Security officials warned recently they are already seeing a surge in illegal border crossings at the United States southern border as migrants anticipate more lenient immigration enforcement policies under a Joe Biden presidency.What are the details?According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection statistics released last Thursday, immigration authorities made more than 69,000 arrests during the month of October, which was a 21% increase from September and marked the highest total of any October since 2005.The high numbers were part of a trend, as illegal border crossing arrests have been steadily climbing since the summer. Immigration authorities made 47,283 arrests in August and 38,536 in July.On a conference call with reporters Thursday, acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan noted that while many of the crossings are due to worsening economic conditions south of the border, "perceived or anticipated shifts in policies" under a Biden administration were also creating new pull factors.Morgan warned that things would only get worse if more Trump-era policies, such Migrant Protection Protocols, which sent migrants to Mexico to await hearings, were repealed."If you remove MPP as well as other policies that critics have said they're going to remove, make no mistake that is going to sound the
An Amazon worker delivers packages amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Denver, Colorado, U.S., April 22, 2020. Kevin Mohatt | Reuters Amazon is pushing holiday shoppers to retrieve their own packages from brick-and-mortar retail locations and neighborhood "hubs," as it braces for a surge in online orders. The company said in a statement Monday that Amazon shoppers nationwide can now get their gifts delivered to one of its physical bookstores, called Amazon Books, or an Amazon 4-star location. Amazon also highlighted its network of contactless pickup points, referred to as Amazon Hub, as an "alternative delivery location" for holiday orders. Hub locations refer to Amazon's network of self-service kiosks and manned pickup counters, located inside or near local shops, as well as in residential apartment buildings. Amazon said it was offering shoppers new ways to pick up their packages as a means of keeping their holiday season "spoiler free." "This year many customers and their families are opting to stay home so the challenge of keeping those special gifts under wraps from family, friends or loved ones is going to be greater than ever," John Felton,
(RTTNews) - Shares of Altice USA Inc. (ATUS) touched a 52-week high of $35.25 today, and are currently trading at $35.21, up $2.94 or 9.11% in the regular session Monday. Trading volume is rising over 2.60 million versus an average volume of 5.98 million shares. Altice USA said it commenced a modified "Dutch auction" tender offer to repurchase...