Rescue crews desperately trying to free the container ship blocking the Suez Canal today said they have made a breakthrough and had managed to move the skyscraper-sized vessel by nearly ft. Two heavier tugboats joined efforts to free the Ever Given, a ,ton Panama-flagged, Japanese-owned ship which has been wedged across the crucial waterway in Egypt since Tuesday. However, in a major breakthrough, rescue crews reportedly told NBC News foreign correspondent Raf Sanchez they have managed to move the enormous carrier by around 98ft 30m. Hopes have been raised that the cargo ship could be freed today after emergency crews were ordered to start offloading containers. Experts previously budged its stern and get its rudder and propeller working. The Dutch-flagged Alp Guard and the Italian-flagged Carlo Magno, which were called in to work alongside tugboats already on scene, reached the Red Sea near the city of Suez earlier today.
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NEW YORK — Businesses are stealing a page from the modern dating handbook by playing host to "speed networking" events in which professionals move methodically from one business prospect to the next, getting acquainted for just a few minutes at a time. It is the corporate equivalent of speed dating, a practice invented in the late s by a rabbi hoping to fix up Jewish singles, and which has since spread. Some speed networking events use the same round-robin approach as speed dating, so the participants meet random people in an orderly way. For this more advanced type of speed networking, those attending the event fill out profiles detailing their job description, title and industry, and specifying the types of people they would like to meet. For example, attendees may hope to meet new suppliers or customers or service providers, like payroll or legal professionals.
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