WhatsApp says service back after outage disrupts messages | Business News

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– The Palmer Township Board of Supervisors denied a conditional use for two warehouses proposed by developer Abe Atiyeh.

– B. Braun bought Starboard Medical’s Clif-FIX line of devices that secure catheters for an undisclosed price.

– The Lowhill Township Planning Commission denied a plan for a warehouse at 7503 Kernsville Road, saying it would change the character of the rural township.

– Just A Dream Frozen Yogurt in Forks Township closed its doors after 10 years.

– Khanisa’s Pudding Bar held a grand opening at its new Downtown Allentown Market location after having moved from Easton.

– Mussel Polymers Inc. says its glue for bonding carbon and synthetic fibers is a big step toward creating lighter and stronger fiber-reinforced materials.

– Poke Bar 25 & Bubble Tea in the Shops at

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Apple’s services slowdown in Q3 potential concern for investors

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, California on Monday, June 4, 2018.

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For over half a decade, Apple has been touting its services business as a growth engine that will make up for smart phone saturation and provide healthier profits to investors.

That story may be losing some of its potency.

In its quarterly earnings report on Thursday, Apple beat on the top and bottom lines. But the services business was a weak spot in an otherwise better-than-expected report. The unit grew 12% from a year earlier to $19.6 billion, trailing the $19.7 billion average analyst estimate, according to Refinitiv.

It was also the slowest growth rate since the fourth quarter of 2015 for the services unit, which includes Apple Music, iCloud storage, App Store revenue, Apple Pay and

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Dynamic Announces New Chief Business Development Officer | Business


Dynamic Advisor Solutions dba Dynamic Wealth Advisors, a professional services provider for wealth advisors, today announced that Steve Kulesza, CFP® has joined the firm as Chief Business Development Officer. As a member of the Dynamic leadership team reporting to Founder and Chief Executive Officer Jim Cannon, Kulesza will lead the firm’s revenue growth and practice initiatives, including advisor recruitment, asset management growth and other services such as Dynamic Concierge, the firm’s premium support service.

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Steve Kulesza, CFP®, has joined Dynamic Advisor Solutions as Chief Business Development Officer. (Photo: Business Wire)

Dynamic’s U.S. network comprises approximately 80 wealth advisory practices in 17 states; it includes Independent Advisor Representatives (IARs) and Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs), serving nearly 5,000 clients and more than $3.2 billion in assets.

Kulesza is an industry veteran, having served as a wealth advisor,

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WhatsApp down: Messaging app suffers major outage

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CNN Business

WhatsApp suffered a serious outage on Tuesday, preventing users across the globe from sending or receiving messages on the platform.

The world’s most popular messaging app started having problems around 3 a.m. ET. As of 4:50 a.m. the service was back for some users, but appeared to remain patchy elsewhere.

There were nearly 70,000 reports of outages on the platform, according to data from Down Detector, which tracks service disruptions around the world.

The cause of the outage was not immediately clear. WhatsApp is owned by Meta, the global tech giant formerly known as Facebook


In a statement, a company spokesperson told CNN Business that it had resumed service.

“We know people had trouble sending messages on WhatsApp today,” the representative said. “We’ve fixed the issue and apologize for any inconvenience.”

In a post on Twitter, Down Detector said that user reports indicated

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Cong Thanh Nguyen Named Business Development Manager for Vietnam for Nikkiso Clean Energy and

/EIN News/ — TEMECULA, Calif., Oct. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries’ Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group (“Group”), a part of the Nikkiso Co., Ltd (Japan) group of companies, is pleased to announce that Cong Thanh Nguyen has been named Business Development Manager for their Cryogenic Equipment & Solutions market serving Vietnam.

Based in Hanoi, Vietnam, Cong will be on the front line of the region’s growing Industrial Gas and LNG business, providing solutions from our industrial products line and offering strong service and local support. He will be responsible for expanding the brand awareness of the Group to a broad range of local customers. Additionally, this will complete three major business lines of Nikkiso in Vietnam besides Aerospace and Medical divisions.

Cong was previously Business Development Manager for Vietnam Industrial Gas. His responsibilities included collaborating with numerous departments to develop and implement improvement strategies. He has

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