Dry Ice Rules for Massive Covid-19 Vaccine Airlift Approved

Rules allowing the rapid shipment of Covid-19 vaccines by cargo aircraft have been approved by U.S. transportation regulators. The Transportation Department established safety requirements for carrying the potentially dangerous dry ice needed to keep some vaccines stable, the agency said in a press release Tuesday. It also set standards for carrying flammable batteries needed in the airlift and eased restrictions […]

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HYBRID ROBO-ADVISORS: Here's how incumbent wealth managers are successfully implementing the hybrid robo-advisor model

Insider Intelligence publishes thousands of research reports, charts, and forecasts on the Fintech industry. You can learn more about becoming a client here. The following is a preview of one Fintech report, the Hybrid Robo-Advisors report. You can purchase this report here. Digital wealth managers, also called robo-advisors, emerged after the 2008 crisis as fintechs aimed to simplify and democratize […]

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US COVID Hospitalizations Cross 96000, Breaking Record

The number of patients admitted in U.S. hospitals infected with coronavirus is fast moving towards the 10,000,0 mark, breaking the record for three weeks in a row. As per the latest update published by COVID Tracking Project on Monday, a total of 96,039 COVID-19-related hospitalizations have been reported nationally. “Our testing, case, and death statistics continue to be affected by […]

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Experts Warn Of Erratic COVID-19 Testing Numbers After Thanksgiving

MILWAUKEE (AP) — The coronavirus testing numbers that have guided much of the nation’s response to the pandemic are likely to be erratic over the next week or so, experts said Friday, as fewer people get tested during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend and testing sites observe shorter hours. The result could be potential dips in reported infections that offer the […]

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College students weigh the risk of returning home for Thanksgiving

Many college campuses nationwide saw outbreaks of coronavirus when the university community returned for the school year in the fall and cases spiked in a matter of days of reopening. Now, students on and off these campuses are weighing the risks of being home for the upcoming US holiday.   College students told Business Insider their plans for the holiday as […]

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6 crucial unanswered questions about AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine results

For the third consecutive Monday, a drugmaker said its coronavirus vaccine candidate was successful in late-stage studies. AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford said their two-dose shot was effective at preventing COVID-19, according to preliminary results.  AstraZeneca's news follows similar announcements of success from Pfizer and Moderna. Experimental COVID-19 shots from those drugmakers appeared to be 95% effective in preventing […]

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Dollar's coronavirus losses hint at boom in riskier markets

Janet Yellen selected as Biden’s Treasury Secretary: Gasparino Biden sources tell FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino that Janet Yellen is seen as an easy confirmation with the GOP while appeasing progressive wing of the party. The U.S. dollar is set to weaken as investors turn their attention to riskier assets while the world tries to move past the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue […]

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