Johnson & Johnson sought help from its three rival Covid-19 vaccine makers to look into reports of blood clots, but Pfizer and Moderna both declined, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the situation. Only AstraZeneca agreed, according to the WSJ.
The Istanbul Canal would be the jewel in the crown of ‘megaprojects’ launched under Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. But the project is deeply controversial, with many questioning the benefits the government says it would bring.
Coinbase’s landmark stock listing has made billionaire CEO Brian Armstrong an instant icon of the cryptocurrency revolution — but his last major turn in the spotlight came from a dustup over the Black Lives Matter movement.
In his annual letter to shareholders, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos said he does not take comfort from Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama voting down a unionisation push, and said the company needs to do better by its employees.
WASHINGTON - The United States will announce sanctions on Russia as soon as Thursday for alleged election interference and malicious cyber activity, targeting several individuals and entities, people familiar the matter said.
New voting laws under consideration by state legislatures across the United States are pitting the traditionally business-friendly Republican Party against some major American corporations that have criticized the proposed legislation.
On Wednesday, cryptocurrencies will take another huge stride towards the mainstream when digital currency exchange Coinbase Global Inc becomes the first major crypto-centred startup to begin trading on a United States exchange.
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said Tuesday it is investigating complaints of airbags failing to deploy in late-model General Motors vehicles, mostly full-size pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles.
AMCHIDE, CAMEROON - Officials in Cameroon and Nigeria say economic activity has gradually resumed along their border, despite the continued presence of the terrorist group Boko Haram. Markets have re-opened and border merchants say traveling near the border is safer thanks to a heavy presence of troops.