Day: June 20, 2022

John Albert Laylo, a government lawyer from the Philippines, was shot and killed in Philadelphia

A authorities lawyer from the Philippines who was vacationing in Philadelphia with his mother died Sunday early morning following staying shot in the head though using in an Uber on his way to the airport, in accordance to police and social media posts from relatives.

John Albert Laylo, 35, was a passenger with his mother in a black Nissan Altima, touring south on 38th Street at Spruce Street, all over 4:10 a.m. Saturday when a vehicle came up from at the rear of “and began to fire many rounds” into the Altima, police said. The car, probably a black Maxima,

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Places to Stay in Canada, Caribbean, and USA

When planning upcoming romantic getaways, treat your partner to one of these romantic hotels—or a romantic B&B, luxury yurt, or romantic resort. Our choices include a romantic inn with its own boutique winery, a luxury yurt in the middle of a cidery, and a romantic villa with private cave dining.

I asked a select group of travel experts for advice, and they delivered some amazing romantic hotels.

These romantic places to stay are sprinkled throughout North America, so they are sorted into Canadian, Caribbean, and United States collections. Share recommendations for your favorite couples hotels in the comments below.


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Ex-Dividend Reminder: Macy’s, Travel + Leisure and Gray Television

Looking at the universe of shares we deal with at Dividend Channel, on 6/14/22, Macy’s Inc (Image: M), Travel + Leisure Co (Image: TNL), and Gray Tv Inc (Image: GTN) will all trade ex-dividend for their respective impending dividends. Macy’s Inc will fork out its quarterly dividend of $.1575 on 7/1/22, Journey + Leisure Co will pay out its quarterly dividend of $.40 on 6/30/22, and Grey Television Inc will fork out its quarterly dividend of $.08 on 6/30/22.

As a share of M’s latest stock cost of $23.50, this dividend functions out to somewhere around .67%, so

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How Long It’ll Take for Business Travel to Return to Normal

If you’re a former jet-setter who hasn’t taken a business trip in years, continue to hang in there. Business travel dropped in 2020 and 2021, and it’s still not back.

U.S. hotel business travel revenue for 2022 is expected to be 23% below pre-pandemic levels, according to an April report from the American Hotel & Lodging Association, or AHLA, conducted with hotel analytics group Kalibri Labs.

And it’s not just hotel revenue that’s down. Research from the U.S. Travel Association, a nonprofit organization representing the travel industry, estimates that overall business travel spending will be down 24% in 2022

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