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Science Doesn’t Support Third Shot, Say Officials Who Left FDA in Spat With Biden Over Boosters

In a paper published in the Lancet, experts warned there could be risks to boosters if they are widely introduced too soon, or too frequently, especially with vaccines that can have immune-mediated side-effects.

Big Tech companies shift to making semiconductors in-house

Some of the largest tech companies have decided to respond to the semiconductor shortage by designing their chips internally. Tech analysts and business people have spoken about the semiconductor shortage and how the coronavirus pandemic has severely drained the resources required to make the chips and parts needed for everyday electronic devices.

NYC Teachers Union Ready to Take Legal Action Against Call for Taking Off Unvaccinated Staff From Payroll

The United Federation of Teachers (UFT) is resisting full compliance with New York City’s vaccine mandate for public school teachers and staffers.

‘More data needed’: Top health officials reportedly urge White House to ‘follow science’ & DELAY vaccine booster plans

Top US health officials have called on the White House to pump the brakes on plans to administer Covid vaccine booster shots to millions of Americans later this month, pointing to insufficient data, according to multiple reports.

COVID Vax Contaminated with ‘Foreign Material’ that ‘Reacts to Magnets’: Japanese Health Ministry

1.6 million Moderna jabs halted after contaminants were discovered in vials.

Chinese Acquisition of Semiconductor Firm Poses Security Risks, US Treasury Warns

The U.S. Treasury Department said the sale of Magnachip Semiconductor Corp. to a Chinese private equity firm poses “risks to national security,” as Chinese investments in critical technologies meet with enhanced U.S. scrutiny.

South Korea bans Google, Apple payment monopolies

South Korea’s National Assembly approved legislation on Tuesday that bans app store operators such as Google and Apple from forcing developers to use their in-app payment systems.

China takes aim at private funds

China's increased scrutiny of capital markets isn't restricted to tech IPOs. It's also taking a harder look at private funds.

Conservative investment funds take aim at ‘woke’ corporations

Fortune 500 corporate boardrooms increasingly have embraced a “woke” agenda — such as Gillette lecturing its shavers about toxic masculinity and Bank of America having guest speakers declare capitalism evil.

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