Tufts Dr. Shira Doron explains why the normal timeline for full vaccination approval by the CDC could come fast for the COVID-19 vaccine.
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Philip Morris International CEO says cigarettes should be banned and the company will stop selling Marlboros in the UK within a decade
Jacek Olczak compared cigarettes to gas-powered cars, which are set to be barred from being sold in the UK starting in 2030.
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A couple is facing a defamation lawsuit after writing 1-star Google reviews of a roofing company, report says
Autumn Knepper and Adam Marsh said they uploaded the negative reviews after a receptionist was rude to them. Now they're accused of defamation.
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Consider that Microsoft stock delivered a total return of 1,200% over the last decade. The even less risky S&P 500 index posted a total return of roughly 300% across the same stretch, and it's likely that patient investors who back strong companies will continue to enjoy impressive returns. With that in mind, a panel of Motley Fool contributors has identified three stocks that look poised to more than triple over the next decade.
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A surgeon in North Wilkesboro used sophisticated devices to record a nurse’s confidential calls, which he threatened to release unless she agreed to have sex, a lawsuit claims.
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Tesla's solar division asks employees to scour social media for complaints about both the company and Elon Musk, trying to get customers to delete their posts, former employees say
A former Tesla Energy employee told Insider that a team of nine staff hunted for complaints specifically aimed at CEO Elon Musk.
A new study by Ipsos has found that more than a third of all office workers would quit if they’re forced to go back into the office full time.
Calder Brothers Corp is under pressure to raise wages after rivals lured away some of its workers. A few others were also considering jumping ship, but co-owner Glen Calder said the South Carolina-based construction machinery company managed to persuade them to stay by promising a better career. With willing workers in short supply across the United States and companies frantically vying for them, Calder knows his firm cannot hold off pay increases.
Lockheed Martin Corp told Wall Street analysts on Monday that its fifth-generation F-35A fighter jets could be more expensive in the future due to inflation and increased customer performance requirements. Lockheed raised its full-year earnings per share guidance as the U.S. weapons supplier's space business boosted revenue, while a $225 million loss in a classified aeronautics development program caused the company to miss analyst's earning per share estimates. Kenneth Possenriede, Lockheed's CFO, told analysts in a conference call that "due to where we are in learning, due to where we are with inflation and due to where we are with the added capabilities that they want on the aircraft, it is likely you'll see an increase in prices, a modest increase in prices of where we are today."
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...
Whether you want to pay off student loan debt, start saving for a big-ticket purchase or build up a fund for the future, finding one of the best side jobs out there is a great way to reach your goal. According to Business Insider, real estate and tourism businesses often hire local writers to craft city and neighborhood guides.
GM has sued Ford over BlueCruise, claiming that the hands-free driving feature violates trademarks for Cruise and Super Cruise.
Amid a Booming Demand for Lithium, Labor Shortages Are Only 'Getting Started,' According to Albemarle's CEO
Albemarle's stock is trading at record highs due to its in the electric-vehicle supply chain
Many Americans spend their lives working hard and dreaming of the day they can finally retire. But planning for retirement requires more than dreaming — it means being strategic and focused on...
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If you buy stakes in game-changing businesses, you have the opportunity to take a large sum of money and turn it into a life-altering amount of cash. Whereas real estate is traditionally a slow-growing, if not boring, sector, technology-driven real estate company Redfin (NASDAQ: RDFN) is showing Wall Street that it has the ability to completely change how properties are purchased, sold, and viewed. Traditional real estate companies charge up to a 3% commission/listing fee when a home is bought or sold.
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If you've ever wondered why Wall Street pays such close attention to 90-year-old investor who believes in buying and holding stakes in great businesses for a really long time, look no further than Warren Buffett's track record. As CEO of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A)(NYSE: BRK.B), Buffett has led his company to an average annual return of 20% since taking the helm in 1965. Through 2020, this worked out to an aggregate return of more than 2,800,000%, and it's created over $500 billion in value for Berkshire Hathaway's shareholders.
Subway urged a federal judge in California to throw out a lawsuit accusing the chain of deceiving consumers about the content of its tuna sandwiches, wraps and salads. In a court filing on Friday, Subway Restaurants Inc said the plaintiffs offered no facts to support their "frivolous" claim that the products did not contain "100% sustainably caught skipjack and yellowfin tuna" or might have contained tuna "from anything less than healthy stocks, for example Albacore and Tongol." Subway also said the plaintiffs' lawyers should be sanctioned, calling their conduct "frankly, outrageous."
(Bloomberg) -- If an energy transition is underway around the world, it hasn’t reached the streets of Ilha da Conceicao, the working-class district at the heart of Rio de Janeiro’s oil revival. There, buses and trucks are piling into Baker Hughes Co.’s shipyard, where the energy services giant is churning out hundreds of kilometers of oil and gas piping. One street over, Exxon Mobil Corp. is loading supplies to explore the country's biggest offshore oil fields. Royal Dutch Shell Plc and TotalEne
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC) said on Monday that it was too early to say whether it will build factories in Germany and that talks were in early stages, as the EU seeks to reduce chip imports amid a supply shortage. The European Commission had held discussions with global chip giants, including Intel and TSMC, as the EU seeks to boost semiconductor production and shield itself from shocks in the global supply chain. Taiwan and TSMC, the world's largest contract chip manufacturer, have become central in efforts to resolve the pandemic-induced chip shortage that has forced automakers to cut production and hurt manufacturers of smartphones, laptops and even appliances.
Early retirement has been a trending topic in recent years, epitomized by the FIRE movement, which stands for "Financial Independence, Retire Early." Under this program, younger workers stash away as...
During Friday's Mad Money program, Jim Cramer outlined his game plan for viewers this week. Tuesday is technology day, when Apple , Alphabet , Microsoft , and Advanced Micro Devices will all be reporting. Cramer expects strong results from them all, but noted that the expectations for Microsoft may cause the stock to dip after it reports.