American Business News for 23 Sep 2021
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A request for bids to run the Guantanamo Bay migrant holding center generated confusion and outrage Wednesday, amid a crackdown on thousands of Haitian migrants in Texas.
The Biden Administration will allow vaccinated international travelers to enter the United States, including those from previously banned countries. Details remain to be worked out, but here is what... we know so far.
Toast Inc. shares popped as high as 63% in their trading debut Wednesday, marking a warm Wall Street welcome for the maker of restaurant-focused software and payment technology.
The BBC and NBCUniversal have forged a partnership to find the next wave of popular unscripted shows.
The swift rise of technology-driven marketing operations (MO) has created new opportunities--and greater incentive--or sales and marketing to revisit and rekindle their relationship.
If you're not currently a homeowner or haven't purchased your first multi-residential property, you may still have hopes of building a multi-million or billion-dollar real estate portfolio.
Lyft cofounder John Zimmer shares the future vision for the ridesharing giant as they hit profitability ahead of analyst expectations--as well as their competitors.
About $500 million of $10 billion in total alternative protein funding since 2015 has gone towards seafood-focused startups, according to Pitchbook. So far in 2021, the vegan seafood sector has... secured close to $150 million in capital.
Oil and gas companies have struggled to quantify their own ESG performance and compare it to their peers. A new tool from Enverus gives them that ability, and that could lead to companies upping their... game in America's shale plays.
Costco is scheduled to report its fiscal fourth-quarter results on Thursday, September 23. We expect COST to likely beat the revenue and earnings expectations, driven by growth in comparable sales.... The warehouse club operator has been firing on all cylinders during the challenges of the pandemic...
Ambassador Daniel Foote wrote in his resignation letter he will not be associated with the "inhumane decision to deport thousands of Haitian refugees."
The countryadded only 235,000 jobs last month, falling way short of expectations and stoking concerns that the economic recovery is stalling out.
The Moderna boss believes enough vaccines could be available by the middle of next year to immunize the entire world--a challenge amid supply shortages and inequity in poorer nations.
Law dictates that employers must make "reasonable accommodations" for workers who refuse to be vaccinated because of religious beliefs. But in some jobs, an accommodation may not be possible.
And the FDA authorized COVID-19 booster shots for older adults and people considered at high risk.
Wagers on environmentally driven supply shortages are pushing up everything from natural gas to aluminum, increasing costs for consumers and businesses.
The CEO of Intel Corp. will join executives from Apple Inc., Microsoft Corp., Ford and others at a White House virtual meeting Thursday to address the global chip shortage, Reuters reported Wednesday.
The third dose of the vaccine was authorized for people who are 65 years or older or at high risk of severe Covid-19, including from their jobs.
Plant-based wellness company PlantFuel Life has announced the first group of student athletes to be offered NIL deals as part of its College Athlete Partnerships Program.
It's likely that millions of COVID-19 booster shots will be administered in the U.S. in the coming months, but that doesn't mean companies like Moderna and Pfizer will report an unexpected revenue... windfall this year.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has taken actions targeting cryptocurrency exchanges “responsible for laundering ransoms” as part of the whole-of-government effort to counter ransomware. One... cryptocurrency exchange has already been sanctioned along with related crypto addresses. “We will continue to crack down on malicious actors,” said Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen. US Government Targets Crypto […]
But his plans face a tough road as pressure grows for big pharmaceutical companies to share their vaccine technologies with poorer nations.
The top tech startups of 2021 reflect a keen attention to the enterprise data stack, highlighting a clear trend for 2022 and beyond.
"Social stability is paramount, meaning that anything that might spark unrest or appear to privilege wealthy private investors or foreigners while wiping out the savings of average Chinese citizens is... off the table"