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· CEL-SCI: What's Next →
The FDA knew that the hold would not affect the current progress of the study, rather, it simply wanted to ensure that CEL-SCI would not continue to enroll participants outside of the approved IND protocol.
· Silver: Precious Snake Oil →
The idea that it is entitled to a certain value based on essentially prehistoric data, as this is a digital rather than industrial economy, falls flat.
· 'A frightening insight': There's only one way out of this recession →
Rather than spending, people save as much as they can.
· Consumers start to spend again on fashion, personal care as lockdowns ease →
Senior economists Adelaide Timbrell and David Plank said although the figures might be affected by many businesses requiring customers to use cards rather than cash, there was a clear improvement in shopping activity.
The China Post
· Branson’s Virgin Orbit fails on first rocket launch attempt →
The purpose of the flight was to gather data on every step of the launch process rather than to have a useful satellite in orbit; the demonstration payload was described as an inert mass and the intended orbit was very low to avoid contributing to the problem of space junk.
· Michael Moore film Planet of the Humans removed from YouTube →
“I went directly to YouTube rather than approaching the filmmakers because I wasn’t interested in negotiation.
· Yelp Promises Tremendous Gains →
For that reason, we will need to use rather controversial methods to calculate the intrinsic value.
· The global economy is showing signs of life →
As a result it follows observed economic behaviours rather than precise lockdown rules, meaning that recent increases in activity should track a return in economic growth, rather than bureaucratic announcements.
The China Post
· William Small, ‘hero to journalism’ at CBS, NBC, dies at 93 →
During a six-decade career, Small supervised, guided and in some cases hired generations of some of the best-known reporters and anchors in television news, among them: Dan Rather, Eric Sevareid, Daniel Schorr, Connie Chung, Diane Sawyer, “60 Minutes” correspondents Ed Bradley and Lesley Stahl and “Face the Nation” anchor Bob Schieffer.
The New York Times
· Even on Memorial Day, ‘You Can’t Escape’ Coronavirus →
(Using wipes on upholstered seats could lead to a wet seat and spreading of germs rather than killing them.)