For many scientists, challenging the idea that SARS-CoV-2 has natural origins is seen as career suicide. But some say the idea it came from the Wuhan lab should still be discussed.
The Swiss bank slashed its dividend and said its investment banking and risk chiefs would leave in the wake of crises at Archegos and Greensill that have struck the lender.
Jacinda Ardern says the changes to wages and benefits will help support the most vulnerable
While cargo disruptions have played havoc the global food trade, problems in the coffee market show inflation may be exacerbated.
Vaccine production proposals are being stalled, WHO documents leaked to BBC Newsnight show.
Multiple scuffles broke out on the streets of Kassel, Germany as Covid-19 lockdown skeptics and counterprotesters gathered, and police deployed mace and batons to contain the demonstration.
Ghana says it will not sell cocoa to Switzerland any much longer after the West Africans decided to process their own cocoa beans
“Our theory that this is a powerful immune response most likely triggered by the vaccine, has been confirmed”, says professor and chief physician Pål Andre Holme. Three Norwegian health workers under the age of 50 have been hospitalized. One is dead.
Germany has suspended use of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, Health Minister Jens Spahn said on Monday, making it the latest of several European countries to hit pause following reports of blood coagulation disorders in recipients.
The messaging tool is selling more than $1 billion of debt to fund operations and repay existing creditors, as it races to attract ads.
As of Jan. 1, hospitals must publicly reveal the negotiated rates reached with insurers for services, a landmark shift in the sector notoriously opaque when it comes to pricing. The data offer a peek behind the curtain, exposing prices long kept a secret.
Denmark has temporarily suspended AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine shots after reports of cases of blood clots forming, including one in Denmark, Danish authorities said on Thursday.
A group of hackers say they breached a massive trove of security-camera data collected by Silicon Valley startup Verkada Inc., gaining access to live feeds of 150,000 surveillance cameras inside hospitals, companies, police departments, prisons and schools.
New devices will also have to come with repair manuals and be made in such a way that they can be dismantled using conventional tools
An explosive engine failure that showered debris over a Denver suburb prompted airlines in Japan and South Korea to halt flights using Boeing Co. 777 aircraft and spurred U.S. regulators to order emergency inspections of the engine’s fan blades.
Showers of jet engine parts over residential areas on both sides of the Atlantic have caught regulators' attention and prompted the suspension of some older Boeing planes from service.
From 3Mbps DSL to 300Mbps fiber: Aaron Epstein's newspaper ad gets amazing result.
...after the police raided their offices and arrested the ten employees inside, the truth has finally come out...
It recently released a video confronting a Facebook exec outside their home