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Anger and anxiety stalk EU’s monkeypox vaccine lottery

Anger and anxiety stalk EU’s monkeypox vaccine lottery

Press play to listen to this article Europe has a case of collective public health amnesia. The COVID-19 pandemic has seen vaccine nationalism, conflicting official guidance, and marginalized groups forced to defend themselves; while the early days of the HIV crisis were marred by virulent homophobia, stigmatization and unequal access to treatment. Now, with 16,500 …

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Alibaba shares jump 7% after quarterly earnings beat expectations

Alibaba shares jump 7% after quarterly earnings beat expectations

Alibaba has faced growth challenges amid a regulatory tightening in China’s domestic tech sector and a slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy. But analysts believe the e-commerce giant’s growth could rebound through the rest of 2022. Guang Da | Jiemian News | VCG | fake images Alibaba on Thursday reported fiscal first-quarter earnings that beat …

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GM to expand its hands-free Super Cruise system to span 400,000 miles, including Route 66 and the Pacific Coast Highway

GM to expand its hands-free Super Cruise system to span 400,000 miles, including Route 66 and the Pacific Coast Highway

That green light means you can take your hands off the wheel. Just keep your eyes on the road! Mack Hogan | CNBC DETROIT – General Motors will expand its Super Cruise hands-free driving system in the US and Canada later this year, introducing the feature for non-interstate highways and highways such as Route 66 …

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Musk’s antics turn Tesla owners, new buyers against it

Musk’s antics turn Tesla owners, new buyers against it

Dennis Levitt got his first Tesla, a blue Model S, in 2013 and he loved it. “It was so much better than any car he’s ever driven,” says the 73-year-old self-storage company executive. He bought the brand just as Elon Musk, the charismatic CEO of Tesla Inc., bought another Model S the following year and …

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Demand Destruction Could Help America Refill Its Oil Inventories | OilPrice.com

Oil Inventories

US oil inventories are still at multi-year lows for this time of year despite record releases from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR), reports of weakening gasoline demand in the weeks due to high prices and the slowdown in the economy. Commercial crude and product stocks have failed to rebuild in recent months, and low levels …

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Top economic takeaways as US wrangles with recession fears

Top economic takeaways as US wrangles with recession fears

Back-to-back GDP slowdown, Fed doubling, labor market cooling, red-hot prices, and the big bang in tech: these are the main economic highlights of a busy week. It was an eventful and data-packed week for the US economy. The Federal Reserve, the country’s central bank, raised interest rates by 75 basis points on Wednesday, the second …

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Monkeypox is a global health emergency—what you need to know about symptoms, vaccines and more

Monkeypox is a global health emergency—what you need to know about symptoms, vaccines and more

The monkeypox outbreak is officially a global health emergency. On Saturday, the World Health Organization sounded its highest level of alarm for the virus, labeling it a public health emergency of international concern. Seventy-five countries and territories have reported more than 16,000 monkeypox cases so far, which is about five times the number reported to …

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General Motors falls short of Wall Street expectations as supply chain challenges dent profit

General Motors falls short of Wall Street expectations as supply chain challenges dent profit

GM CEO Mary Barra speaks to the media before the start of the 2017 General Motors Company Annual Meeting of Stockholders on Tuesday, June 6, 2017, at GM World Headquarters in Detroit, Michigan. Photo by John F. Martin for GM General Motors reported second-quarter profit below Wall Street estimates after the company was unable to …

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Countries are not doing enough to contain monkeypox outbreak, epidemiologist says

Countries are not doing enough to contain monkeypox outbreak, epidemiologist says

There is serious concern that the US and other countries are not doing enough to prevent monkeypox from becoming a large-scale global outbreak, according to an infectious disease epidemiologist. Over the weekend, the World Health Organization activated its highest alert level for the virus, calling monkeypox a public health emergency of international concern. The rare …

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