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I think we will see the end of the Covid Pandemic in the US sometime in the second quarter. I believe the US will work out the challenges we are having getting out of the gate and will be vaccinating at least 40mm people a month in the US in the first quarter.
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This is Her Capital’s inaugural investment since launching its women-focused fund last year, which it aims to raise US$10M
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Remote learning is here to stay. I got a bunch of emails and tweets from parents saying that they want their kids back in school. So do I!!! I think getting kids back in school is the single biggest thing we can do to put the pandemic in the rear view mirror.
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LONDON — Uber lost a crucial legal fight in the U.K. on Friday as the country’s Supreme Court upheld a ruling that its drivers are workers, not independent contractors. Judges voted unanimously to dismiss Uber’s appeal against the ruling. The decision could have huge implications for Uber’s U.K.
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Last week’s long-awaited Supreme Court ruling in the Uber case has far reaching ramifications for any small business that engages self-employed individuals, in all sectors.
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The schools selling out to Beijing: Not only are British private institutions being bought by Chinese firms but some are giving lessons that are a threat to free speech Hundreds of independent schools left in dire financial straits by the coronavirus pandemic are being targeted by Chinese investors,
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Hong Kong-based platform Retykle has closed a seed round to expand its designer children’s clothing resale service to international markets as demand for sustainable fashion continues to grow.
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AstraZeneca has partnered with Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks (HKSTP) to set up an incubation program for biomedical startups. The program is designed to attract and support local and overseas startups working to improve the treatment and diagnosis of cancer.
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Apparently unsatiated by hoovering up users’ personal data on its platforms, Facebook’s hoping to get its mitts on their health data as well.
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There once was a young man named Brabu, who discovered at a young age he had a superpower: he could make things move just by waving his hands. Brabu found delight in this at first, making sticks and leaves float in the air, playing wildly in the forests and ocean, the world was his playground.
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