Some staff in hospitals and long-term care facilities don’t want to take the Covid-19 vaccine. Their employers are trying to change their minds.
The president-elect is expected to lay out his plans today for an initial effort to combat the coronavirus and a subsequent one to address economic recovery.
The encrypted messaging services have become the world’s hottest apps over the last week, driven by growing anxiety over the power of the biggest tech companies and privacy concerns.
The new US president may have more scope to make change than initially thought.
The museum announced that it would abandon elements of its ambitious redesign, opting for a more modest approach.
The U.S. needs J.&J.’s one-shot vaccine more than ever. But the company is behind on manufacturing promises made in its Operation Warp Speed contract.
The sweeping ban, which was based on concerns about forced labor in the region, could compel companies to reorganize their multinational supply chains.
On Wednesday, the company said the temporary suspension covers any ads that reference candidates, the election, its outcome, the upcoming presidential inauguration, the impeachment process, the Capitol riots or planned protests about any of these subjects.
Federal regulators said the app shared sensitive health details on millions of users for years with numerous third parties — including Facebook’s and Google’s analytics units.
Robert Swan, who has held the job for two years, is leaving the Silicon Valley chip giant after an activist investor pressed for change.
YouTube is the latest tech company to bar the president from posting online, after Twitter, Facebook and others.
As the Murdoch tabloid navigates a fraught political moment, high-level editors instructed reporters not to base articles on reporting by four news outlets that President Trump has falsely labeled “fake news.”
The social media network has finally left the cinephile niche and entered the mainstream.
Brazil says CoronaVac has an efficacy rate just over 50 percent, much lower than previously announced. More than 380 million doses have already been ordered.
Daunting new paperwork could cause border delays that would ruin entire shipments — and their businesses.
Carmakers can’t buy the semiconductors they need because home electronics are taking all the supply.
One of the country’s premier “toxic tort” lawyers is accused of misappropriating money from families of victims of the Lion Air crash that led to the grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max. And that’s just the beginning.
There are a million Moroccan Berber knockoffs but — like the Amazon coat before it — one particular brand and pattern is winning.