The Austin-based education platform Aceable has brought in the former CEO of Austin-based RetailMeNot, Marissa Tarleton, as its new president.
According to the news release:
Tarleton has over 20 years of e-commerce and marketing leadership experience for companies including RetailMeNot, RxSaver by RetailMeNot, Dell and Ogilvy & Mather. She was named a top 50 CMO on the inaugural Forbes CMO Next list in 2018, is a member of YPO Austin, and is a 2020 Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute.
The release also says that Aceable founder Blake Garrett will remain at the company as CEO.
Austin's new infusion center offers free antibody treatment to COVID patients—but capacity remains limited
More than 120 COVID-19 patients have received the monoclonal antibodies treatment, Regeneron, at the Austin Regional Infusion Center in Montopolis since it opened on Jan. 6.
This comes as good news to John Doucette, a 52-year-old realtor who, for the last six months, has participated in a Regeneron clinical trial conducted by the Austin-based company Benchmark Research.
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After a truly impactful year on the aviation industry, Norwegian Air announced that due to COVID-19 and government advice discouraging travel, it would abandon its long haul flights to focus on its European audience for the time being.
That means Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is losing two European routes: a nonstop route to London and Austin's sole nonstop route to Paris.