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The impact of the global coronavirus lockdown is set to plunge 100 million people into extreme poverty, warns a new report by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. The report appears to pin the...
Last week we warned readers to be cautious about new COVID-19 vaccines, highlighting how key parts of the clinical trials are being skipped as big pharma will not be held accountable for adverse side effects for administering the experimental drugs.
In Google’s early years, users would type in a query and get back a page of 10 “blue links” that led to different websites. “We want to get you out of Google and to the right place...
It's not quite Robin Hood, but it's close. Russia's Ministry of Finance is planning to transfer the confiscated suspicious savings of Russian citizens to the country's pension fund, according to newly proposed amendments. So,...
The People’s Bank of China has revealed plans to have its sovereign digital currency ready in time for the 2022 Winter Olympics. The announcement comes as the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated a shift away from paper money.
When a country, namely the US, can print trillions of dollars to keep its economy afloat, but is struggling to produce basic medical gear during a pandemic, it raises serious questions about its economic basis.
In a new interview, the left-wing billionaire called the coronavirus pandemic 'the crisis of my lifetime.' Left-wing billionaire George Soros has indicated that the coronavirus pandemic paves the way for societal changes previously thought...
Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O’Leary has blasted the British government for mismanaging the Covid-19 crisis, and hit out at fresh measures for quarantining travelers coming from abroad. “It’s idiotic and it’s unimplementable. You don’t...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he plans to keep working with airlines hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic but wouldn't address whether a bailout of the beleaguered industry is on the table. His comments came...
KeyBanc Capital Markets outlines in a new report, using internal credit card data, that Apple's iPhone sales recorded a "sharp decline" in April as coronavirus-related shutdowns crimped consumer spending and kept many of the company's brick and mortar stores closed.

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