Best Buy is leaving Mexico and this job offers you 50 thousand pesos to watch movies: Check the most important news of the week
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Parent company Snap is launching Spotlight, a new section of its app that will show user-created videos.
Snap is putting a lot of money into the effort. The company says it will pay a million a day until the end of the year to users who share the most popular clips.
The consumer electronics chain would close its operations in Mexico as of December 31 due to the adverse effect that COVID-19 has had on its business units. This was reported in a press release, which highlights that the brand formally announced its departure from the country to its investors.
In the race for vaccines against COVID-19, the different pharmaceutical companies have already begun to announce the effectiveness of their respective products. Now it was the turn of AstraZeneca, a company that reported that its vaccine, developed in conjunction with the University of Oxford, is 70.4% effective.
Although in preliminary tests the vaccine prevented 70.4% of the volunteers from getting sick, its effectiveness increased to 90% when using half a dose followed by a full one a month later.
Argentine soccer player Diego Armando Maradona would have died this Wednesday, according to a report by the newspaper Clarín in Argentina.
The soccer player would have suffered a cardiorespiratory arrest at his home in the province of Buenos Aires where he had settled after his head operation a few weeks ago.
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The company Reviews.org, dedicated to reviewing all kinds of products and services, needs help choosing the best Christmas film in history. Candidates must be willing to see 25 movies in 25 days for a payment of $ 2,500, that is, about 50 thousand Mexican pesos.