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Biogen stocks hope after Alzheimer’s drug is submitted for FDA approval

Text Size Dreamtime Not long ago, the story of Biogen‘s experimental Alzheimer’s therapy aducanumab was perhaps the biggest story in biotechnology. Covid-19 changed all this and got investors’ focus on the race for a vaccine. But Biogen is still moving forward with aducanumab, and on Wednesday the company took a big step toward getting the once-killed program on the pharmacy …

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Hundreds of Hawaii-based flight attendants to be dismissed this fall

HONOLULU (KHON2) – Although Hawaii’s visitor numbers continue to climb, it’s nothing compared to a year ago when tourism flourished before the pandemic. Now, hundreds of locally-based flight attendants from United and Delta Air Lines may be in the works this fall. Since March, COVID-19 has destroyed the aviation industry. Two of the largest airlines in North America – United …

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Coinbase Taps Facebook Deputy Chief Counsel as New Legal Director (1)

Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase Inc. applied Facebook Inc. for one of his best in-house attorneys and hires Paul Grewal to serve as his new Chief Counsel. Grewal, a former federal judge, spent the last four years as deputy director-general and vice president of Facebook, overseeing regulatory matters, disputes and commercial matters for Menlo Park, California-based giant on social media. “Paul’s mix …

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Bayer backs away from the plan to contain future cancer calls

Monsanto owner Bayer AG backed away from a plan to contain future cancer claims on Roundup after a federal judge made it clear that he would not approve the system, which would delay new trials and limit the jury’s decision making. The plan put together by Bayer and a small group of attorneys was filed last month in the United …

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The company behind Michigan liquor shortage fines $ 3 million

The company, which is behind Michigan’s liquor shortage last year, will pay a $ 3 million fine and be subject to an audit under an agreement reached with state regulators, Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Wednesday. Liquor stores and restaurants in Michigan had trouble securing liquor last year when the state’s largest distributor, Republic National Distributing Company, encountered problems with …

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Why Levi Strauss tumbled almost 10% today

What happened Shares of Levi Strauss (NYSE: LEVI) tumbled 9% on Wednesday after the company reported second-quarter results that beat analytics expectations at the top line but missed the consensus forecast by $ 0.03 per share at the bottom line. So what Jean manufacturer saw sales decline of 62% to $ 498 million as coronavirus pandemic forced retailers to close …

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Many people buy new homes and are now refinancing at record low prices

The corona virus took the housing market to a near stagnant level, but now, the tide is changing as buyers take advantage of record low mortgage rates. Some in the real estate industry call it “COVID comeback.” After a major slowdown in March and April, home sales are now skyrocketing. “Everyone who worked from home and maybe had extra family …

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“Death Cross” hits the US dollar as COVID-19 cases grow

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A resurgent coronavirus pandemic in the United States and the prospect of improving growth abroad are bolstering some investors on the dollar and threatening a year in the currency. FILE PHOTO: A pictorial illustration shows a $ 100 banknote depositing on a dollar banknote, taken in Warsaw on January 13, 2011. REUTERS / Kacper Pempel / …

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