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Alibaba founder Jack Ma on Ant Group’s IPO pricing

Exterior of Alibaba Group headquarters in Beijing on November 10, 2019 in Beijing, China. VCG | Visual China Group | Getty Images The mammoth double listing for Chinese fintech giant Ant Group will be the largest in the world, at a price determined Friday night, Alibaba founder Jack Ma said Saturday. “This is the first time that the price of …

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AstraZeneca, J&J resume US testing of COVID-19 vaccines

Two drug manufacturers announced on Friday the resumption of U.S. testing of their COVID-19 vaccine candidates. Testing of AstraZeneca’s candidate vaccine had been halted since early September, while Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine study had been suspended early last week. Each company had a study volunteer who develops a serious health problem, which requires a review of the safety data. The …

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AstraZeneca, J&J resume US testing of COVID-19 vaccines

Two drug makers announced on Friday the resumption of U.S. testing of their COVID-19 vaccine candidates. Testing of AstraZeneca’s candidate vaccine had been halted since early September, while Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine study was suspended early last week. Each company had a study volunteer who develops a serious health problem, which requires a review of the safety data. The two …

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Over 22,000 people experienced power outages across the inner Northwest

23 October 2020 14:55 Erin Robinson Inserted: 23 October 2020 14:55 Updated: 23 October 2020 21:50 Credit KXLY 4 News now SPOKANE CO., Washington – Power outages have been reported throughout the Spokane area as snow continues to cover the city. Avista Utilities reports that approximately 19,544 people are powerless as of this writing. About 2,000 of these customers are …

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AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson will resume COVID-19 vaccine studies as US daily cases exceed 71,000

On Friday, both AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson announced that their coronavirus vaccine trials are expected to resume in the U.S. after reaching pause when the volunteers got sick. The Food and Drug Administration gave the green light after investigations found no link between those cases and the vaccine. The announcement comes when the United States registered more than 71,000 …

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Wells Fargo reverses plan to eliminate game 401 (k)

23 October 2020 DW labs Incorporated – stock.adobe.com Wells Fargo & Co. on Friday overturned its decision to end supplementary contributions to 401 (k) pension plans for employees earning $ 250,000 and above. The decision came two days after Wells announced the termination of the business advantage in an email late Wednesday afternoon, prompting what some Wells Fargo Advisors managers …

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BREAKAGE: Massive power outage reported in Alexandria | ALXnow

Thousands of Alexandria residents are in darkness on Friday night due to a massive power outage. By 8pm, the utility company reported over 12,750 customers without electricity. By 20:20, that number had dropped to 6,846. More than 3,500 customers are also without power in parts of Arlington, across the Alexandria border. Affected neighborhoods include Del Ray, Potomac Yard, and Fairlington. …

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Waits for an hour. 120,000 missed calls in one day. How Unemployment Claims Overwhelmed Missouri | Local business

Borrowed staff Still, internal emails, which cover only the month of June, describe a split overwhelmed by jobless claims: in the early days of the close of the April pandemic, state unemployment personnel answered about 20,000 calls a day. In at least four days, more than 100,000 calls to the state unemployment helpline were “diverted” or not answered by a …

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