US boosters rise to record highs due to Omicron’s fears

US boosters rise to record highs due to Omicron’s fears

WASHINGTON, Dec. 7 (Reuters) – Americans are queuing for booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines at a record pace, with concerns about the newly discovered Omicron coronavirus variant encouraging millions to be shot, the U.S. government said Tuesday. Nearly one million people a day received booster doses of one of the three approved vaccines last week, … Read more

Exclusive: SEC investigates Tesla over whistleblower claims for solar panel failure

SAN FRANCISCO, December 6 (Reuters) – US Securities and Exchange Commission has opened an investigation by Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) into a whistleblower complaint that the company failed to properly notify its shareholders and the public of fire risks associated with defects in solar panel systems over several years according to a letter from the board. … Read more

Southeast Asia’s Grab falls in US debut after record SPAC deal

Grab listed Thursday after $ 40 billion. agreement with Altimeter Debut marks the largest listing in the United States of a Southeast Asian company Early backers SoftBank, Didi set for payday bonanza The bell ceremony takes place in Singapore SINGAPORE, December 2 (Reuters) – Shares in Grab, Southeast Asia’s largest travel and delivery company, fell … Read more

Amazon is asking the Indian antitrust agency to revoke the approval of the Reliance-Future agreement

NEW DELHI, Nov. 28 (Reuters) – Amazon has asked India’s antitrust regulator to withdraw its $ 3.4 billion approval of Future Retail’s sale of retail assets to Reliance, saying it was “illegally obtained”, which violates an order suspending the deal, a letter seen by It shows Reuters. The approval of the deal was an “invalid … Read more

Black Friday attracts American shoppers, but many reject stores for online

CHICAGO, Nov. 26 (Reuters) – Bargain hunters ventured out into the cold weather to buy Christmas presents on Black Friday, but discovered that many U.S. retailers were offering smaller price reductions this year due to tight supplies. COVID fears and fewer “doorbuster” sales thinned out crowds the day after the American Thanksgiving holiday, which kicks … Read more

French fishermen disrupt British trade routes across the fishing license range

CALAIS, France, November 26 (Reuters) – French fishermen temporarily blocked the port of Calais and the Channel Tunnel rail link in an attempt to disrupt trade between Britain and the continent on Friday, escalating a dispute over licenses to fish in British waters. Fisheries rights plagued the Brexit negotiations for years, not because of their … Read more

Pharmacy chains, including CVS, helped boost the opioid epidemic, the U.S. jury finds

The above company and law firm names are automatically generated based on the text of the article. We’ll improve this feature as we continue to test and develop in beta. We welcome feedback that you can provide by using the feedback tab on the right side of the page. November 23 (Reuters) – A federal … Read more

Princes to the poor: India’s sellers face ruin as Ambani targets mother-and-pop stores

Reliance billionaire’s JioMart app aimed at ‘kirana’ stores Small shops account for 4/5 of India’s retail sector of 900 billion. USD Kirana switches to JioMart beats traditional sellers, channels “Look how much you have ripped us off!” store owner Distributors challenge Ambani, blocking JioMart deliveries SANGLI, INDIA, NOVEMBER 22 (Reuters) – For eight days in … Read more

Poland says border crisis in Belarus could be a prelude to “something worse”

WARSAW / VILNIUS, NOVEMBER 21 (Reuters) – Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki warned on Sunday that the migrant crisis at the Belarusian border could be a prelude to “something much worse”, and Poland’s border guards said Belarusian forces were still transporting migrants to the border. . The European Union accuses Belarus of fleeing thousands of … Read more

Indian peasants are not in the mood to forgive despite Modi’s U-turn on reforms

MOHRANIYA, India, November 19 (Reuters) – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi may have given in to farmers’ demands that he scrap laws that they say threaten their livelihoods. But the reaction to the shocking U-turn in India’s rural north, where the Modis Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) faces important elections next year, has been less than … Read more