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U.S. Agency Officials Recommend Pausing Use of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Over Blood Clot Concerns
At least six people have exhibited symptoms of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis within six and 13 days of receiving the vaccine, the CDC and FDA said. Johnson & Johnson will also delay the vaccine's rollout in Europe.
Endangered Rhino Population Grows Thanks to Covid-19 Lockdown
Officials say the pandemic helped the one-horned rhino population in a big way.
4 Opportunities for Investors Who Want to Get Into NFTs
NFTs bring big opportunities for investors in this novel field.
Once Again, Elon Musk Said Something That Could Get Him in Trouble
The Tesla CEO made questionable comments to Wall Street analysts on a Jan. 27 conference call.
This Country Only Needed About 2 Weeks to Vaccinate Nearly Its Entire Adult Population
Situated between India and China, the tiny country of Bhutan has vaccinated 93% of its adult population in just over two weeks.
Low-Income Single Mother Becomes the Owner of a Million-Dollar Construction Company
After noticing that other companies were disinterested in smaller jobs and renovations, Lasenta Lewis-Ellis started a small business firm that specializes in facility maintenance and sustainability.
Microsoft Is Reportedly Close to Buying Speech Tech Giant Nuance
The deal could give Microsoft advantages in AI, health tech and beyond.
How E-Commerce Is Being Forced to Evolve In a Post-Covid World
Learning how to pivot business during and post-pandemic is something all entrepreneurs need to know.
How Immigrant Investors Are Rebuilding the U.S. Supply Chain
Coming from non-traditional backgrounds, immigrant and minority VCs are open to investing into overlooked niches. Three newly-established funds are aiming to foster sustainability within the global supply chain, which has recently been disrupted by the pandemic.
Google Founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin Are Now Worth More Than $100 Billion, Making Them 2 of Only 8 Centibillionaires in the World
Their net worths have soared by a collective $40 billion during the pandemic thanks to soaring tech stocks.
How Technology Can Improve CX for Government Services
In order to ensure citizens get the help they need, the government needs to follow the example of business and start putting their customer experience first.
1 Out of 3 Workers Are Ready to Quit Their Jobs If Asked to Return to the Office, Study Says
Though a significant number of workers aren't ready to work in an office setting, they're not fond of working at home full-time either.