With U.S. hospitalizations linked to Covid on the rise, Dr. Irwin Redlener is among the health care professionals warning that the Delta variant of the virus poses a real threat -- particularly to those who are not vaccinated.
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Amazon delivery companies are telling their drivers to ignore jammed doors, damaged seatbelts, and broken mirrors, CNBC reports
Amazon's delivery service partners are telling their drivers not to skip vehicle safety inspections so they don't lose out on deliveries.
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Elon Musk speaks out about Tesla's $1.5 million payment to settle a battery-charging lawsuit, saying 'if we are wrong, we are wrong. In this case, we were.'
Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Friday said the EV maker had been wrong to lower the maximum charging capacity for some vehicles in a 2019 software update.
The new price for the Pfizer shot was 19.50 euros ($23.15)against 15.50 euros previously, the newspaper said, citing portions of the contracts seen. The price of a Moderna vaccine was $25.50 a dose, the contracts show, up from about 19 euros in the first procurement deal but lower than the previously agreed $28.50 because the order had grown, the report said, citing one official close to the matter. Pfizer declined to comment on the contract with the European Commission, citing confidentiality.
In your 20s, as you start your career and make real money for the first time, your spending changes. After living with Mom and Dad or in a college dorm, you can afford a place of your own and might...
A U.S. manufacturer is accusing two of the world's largest ocean carriers of reneging on its container service contract for imports from Asia so that the carriers can instead charge other shippers exorbitant transportation rates on the spot market. In a complaint filed on Wednesday with the Federal Maritime Commission, Easton, Pennsylvania-based MCS Industries, a maker of household furnishings, also accuses China's COSCO Shipping Lines, Switzerland's MSC Mediterranean Shipping, and their competi
Although most people are likely looking forward to the day when they can retire and take it easy, plenty of others are looking hard for ways to take it easy even before they retire. With the right...
Bungie and Ubisoft recently filed a lawsuit against the people who it claims are running Ring-1, a website that makes and sells cheats for various games like Destiny 2, PUBG, and Rainbow Six Siege. Both companies allege multiple offenses including copyright infringement and are seeking potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars or more in damages and want the site shut down.
Frances Fisher’s Application To File Suit Against SAG-AFTRA Over Health Plan Changes Rejected By Judge, But Case Could Still Go Forward
A federal judge has denied actress Frances Fisher’s verified application to file a breach of fiduciary duty complaint against SAG-AFTRA over the raising of eligibility requirements for coverage under the SAG-AFTRA Health Plan. U.S. District Court Judge Christina Snyder dismissed Fisher’s application Friday without prejudice, however, meaning that she can refile a modified version of […]
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Due to his consistent absences, the "Jerry Maguire" star has been found liable for his alleged actions.
Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. The tech industry in China has had quite a turbulent week. The government is upending its $100 billion private education sector, wiping billions from the market cap of the industry's most lucrative players.
(Bloomberg) -- China may face wider crude-steel output cuts as the nation moves to reduce emissions in key sectors, a top industry body said.There will be more notable reductions in crude steel output along with government-led environmental checks, the China Iron & Steel Association said on its Wechat channel on Sunday, outlining the prospects for the steel market in the second half. Daily crude-steel output at major mills fell 5.6% in the first ten days of July from June, with most of the cuts
(Bloomberg) -- Producers couldn’t keep up with supercharged consumer demand in the U.S. last quarter, and it’s unclear when supply constraints will ease.Materials shortages and shipping delays led to outsized drawdowns in inventories as companies scrambled to meet one of the strongest paces of consumer spending since the 1950s and robust growth in business purchases of equipment. As a result, the government’s initial tally of second-quarter economic growth missed by a long shot.The value of inve
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"The ER's are full. The hospitals are full." That's one expert's assessment of how things are going in Galveston County as cases increase.
The explanation is elusive. What is clear is that, if the situation persists, the central bank won’t change its stimulus campaign.
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Oil Price Fundamental Daily Forecast – Tightening Supplies, Rising Demand Alleviating COVID Concerns
U.S. energy firms cut the number of oil and natural gas rigs operating for the first time in eight weeks.
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Industry reactions to 'Black Widow' lawsuit
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A talking robot is serving restaurant customers in California because the manager can't find enough workers during the labor shortage
A restaurant manager in Stockton told NBC News that she employed a robot helper to serve patrons because "nobody wants to come in and apply."
SEOUL (Reuters) -South Korean exports jumped to a record high in July as overseas demand for chips and biohealth products extended export growth to a ninth consecutive month, supporting an economic recovery facing headwind from the country's worst COVID-19 outbreak yet. Exports rose 29.6% in July from the same month a year earlier to $55.43 billion, the largest amount since South Korea began compiling relevant data in 1956, the trade ministry said on Sunday. The figure was also short of the 30.2% median of 16 analyst estimates in a Reuters survey.
The Delta variant is spreading across the U.S., prompting several companies to change their return to office policies. And this week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its...
Data: BLS; Chart: Axios VisualsWhen the demand for workers outstrips the supply, wages go up — which is exactly what we're seeing in the current economy. Why it matters: The least-loved jobs are often seeing the fastest pay rises.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.By the numbers: Food service employees now earn an average of $17.23 per hour. That's hardly a white-collar salary, but it does represent a rise of a full $1 per hour, or 6.2%, just in the four m