“Accelerate” in the news
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· Singapore's micromobility startup Beam raises $26 million →
It will also “accelerate” the launch of its third-generation e-scooter, the Beam Saturn, which features swappable batteries, improved build, to more markets, it said.
· Amarin Continues Its Fight Against Generic Vascepa →
Recently, the appellate court accepted AMRN’s accelerated briefing and oral argument timeline, although the final date on which the appellate court will issue its decision is at the discretion of the court.
· The Violence Isn't Likely To Perturb The Market, What Might Cause A Sell-Off Is... →
If the futures do accelerate to the downside it will be later in the week, by these 3 conditions:
· Growth Pains? The Case For Leaning Into Value Over Growth →
Do we really believe Amazon, Netflix and Tesla can accelerate growth even further for the next 10 years, given their current size?
· What could losing US ‘special status’ mean for Hong Kong? →
“But it would accelerate the erosion of Hong Kong’s status as an international business centre.” — AFP
· Mayor Bill de Blasio’s defense of the NYPD’s handling of protests revives old tensions →
Another police van pulls up and begins to slowly make its way through the crowd, while the other all of a sudden accelerates, sending protesters flying.
· BioMarin gene therapy shows sustained benefit in hemophilia A study →
Its application in Europe is under EMA review under accelerated assessment and Orphan Drug status.
· W, V or a Nike swoosh? The shape of the US economy’s recovery remains a mystery →
If a quicker recovery takes hold, the rebound could look more like a swoosh as growth improves slowly before accelerating.
The New York Times
· Will Protests Spark a Second Viral Wave? →
SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the Covid-19 disease, is mainly transmitted through respiratory droplets spread when people talk, cough or sneeze; screaming and shouting slogans during a protest can accelerate the spread, Dr. Markel said.
· Questions remain over whether Huawei should help to build UK’s 5G network, says Lisa Nandy →
In an interview with The Independent, the shadow foreign secretary also warned global alliances could “break apart” in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, with countries such as the US accelerating protectionist policies, populist rhetoric and increasingly scapegoating migrants.