Moderna CEO says Covid vaccines will evolve like iPhone

As Covid-19 continues to mutate, Moderna will need to keep updating the vaccines that have turned it into a global household name while trying to make it more consumer friendly, CEO Stéphane Bancel said in an interview with CNN Business Wednesday. He estimated a “three to five year” timeline for the new built-in product, likening … Read more

The health of a Palestinian prisoner on hunger strike is deteriorating

RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) — A Palestinian prisoner on a long hunger strike was transferred from an Israeli prison to a hospital Thursday as his condition worsened, the prisoner’s wife said. Khalil Awawdeh, the family says, has refused to eat for more than 160 days to draw attention to his detention by Israel without trial … Read more

Maybe Elon Musk’s boldness may finally catch up to him

Here’s the deal: Federal regulators just announced that Musk’s private space tourism company, SpaceX, will not receive the nearly $900 million in subsidies it received last year because the company “failed to prove it.” [it] It can deliver the “internet service you promised.” Let’s go back for a minute. The bet appears to have backfired, … Read more

The Broncos are now the richest and most diverse property in the NFL

Englewood, Colorado (AP) – The Denver Broncos now have the NFL’s richest owner and the most diverse ownership group in the league. Four of the six members of Walton Benner Proprietary Collection who were welcomed into the NFL this week, are either women or minorities. Walmart heir Rob Walton said on Wednesday that his son-in-law, … Read more

Making news in business, August 11

Publication date: 10/8/2022 6:00:18 PM Modified date: 10/8/2022 5:57:03 PM Bank of Florence presents the President’s Award for the year 2022 to three employees Florence – The Bank of Florence recently presented the 2022 President’s Award to three employees for outstanding service. Founded in 1995, it is the President’s Award in recognition of outstanding performance, … Read more

Judge: Walgreens Contributed to San Francisco’s Opioid Crisis

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal judge on Wednesday found Walgreens liable for contributing to San Francisco’s opioid crisis by overdispensing highly addictive drugs for years without proper oversight and failing to identify and report suspicious orders as required by law. decided that he could. San Francisco City Attorney David Chiu said the pharmacy chain … Read more

IAC declines as business slows in Angi and Ad Sales Soften

IAC said second-quarter financial results showed pressures on several key parts of its business. Leungphotography / Dreamstime font size IAC Shares were excluded from the market’s broader recovery on Wednesday, after the internet and media holding company reported its second-quarter financial results that showed pressure on several key parts of its business. especially, IAC Provided … Read more

Parcells banned from doing business, ordered to pay $700,000+ for autopsy crimes

Topeka, Kansas (WIBW) – Sean Parcells, the man convicted of performing an unlawful autopsy, and the three companies he managed to do so have been banned from doing business in Kansas and ordered to pay more than $700,000. During the week of August 1, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says that Shawn Burchills and three … Read more