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Information Technology : Semiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment | Large Cap Growth
Based in Netherlands
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ASML Holding N.V. is a holding company. The Company is a manufacturer of chip-making equipment. The Company is engaged in the development, production, marketing, selling and servicing of semiconductor equipment systems, consisting of lithography systems. The Company's products include systems, and installed base products and services. The Company's principal operations are in the Netherlands, the United States and Asia. The Company offers TWINSCAN systems, equipped with lithography system with a mercury lamp as light source (i-line), Krypton Fluoride (KrF) and Argon Fluoride (ArF) light sources for 300 millimeter processing wafers for manufacturing environments for which imaging at a small resolution is required. TWINSCAN systems also include immersion lithography systems (TWINSCAN immersion systems). The Company also offers NXE systems, which are equipped with extreme ultraviolet (EUV) light source technology. The Company offers YieldStar, a wafer metrology system.

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United, other major airlines tell passengers to wear face masks or risk getting banned

11:41 pm ET June 15, 2020 (MarketWatch)

By Mike Murphy

Under new rules, passengers who flout rules could lose their flying privileges

United Airlines and other major U.S. carriers are putting some teeth into their face-mask policies, saying passengers who flout the rules may be banned from flying.

United (UAL) has required face masks for passengers since May 4, but on Monday, the airline said that starting June 18, those who don't comply with the rules will be placed on "an internal travel restriction list," losing "their travel privileges on United for a duration of time to be determined pending a comprehensive incident review."

In a statement (, United said flight attendants will first explain the policy and ask scofflaws to put on their mask, or offer them one. If they don't comply, "flight attendants will do their best to de-escalate the situation" and give them a written "policy reminder card." If they still don't comply, "the flight attendant will file a report of the incident, which will initiate a formal review process."

Don't expect air marshals to drag out offending passengers -- no physical action will be taken onboard. "Any final decision or actions regarding a customer's future flight benefits will not occur onboard but instead take place after the flight has reached its destination and the security team has investigated the incident," United said.

Exceptions will be made for passengers with medical conditions or disabilities that prevent them from wearing a mask, and passengers may remove their masks to ea, drink or take medication.

United said it expects masks to be mandatory for at least another 60 days.

"Wearing a mask is a critical part of helping make air travel safer," Dr. James Merlino, chief clinical transformation officer at Cleveland Clinic, said in a statement. "The more people in a given space wearing masks, the fewer viral particles are making it into the space around them, decreasing exposure and risk."

"Today's announcement is an unmistakable signal that we're prepared to take serious steps, if necessary, to protect our customers and crew," Toby Enqvist, United's chief customer officer, said in the statement.

The announcement came as the trade group Airlines for America said its member carriers, which include United, Alaska Airlines (ALK) , American Airlines (AAL) , Delta Air Lines (DAL) , Hawaiian Airlines (HA) , JetBlue Airways (JBLU) and Southwest Airlines (LUV) , will be implementing stricter face-mask rules (, including possible bans for passengers who don't follow the rules.

-Mike Murphy; 415-439-6400;

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June 15, 2020 23:41 ET (03:41 GMT)

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