“Nearly all hospitalizations and deaths in this population could have been prevented by vaccination,” said Kathryn Edwards, a Vanderbilt University Medical Center pediatrics professor involved in the study published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Google hoodwinked advertisers and publishers for years on pricing of its ad auctions, then pocketed the difference and used the resulting pool of money to manipulate future auctions to expand its digital monopoly, according to newly unredacted details Friday from a suit from state attorneys general led by Texas AG Ken Paxton.
U.S. stock indexes close mixed Friday, but all three major indexes book a weekly loss as the prospect of rising interest rates and weaker economic data cast some doubt on the strength of the recovery from the pandemic.
Netflix Inc. is basking in record viewership numbers for “Don’t Look Up,” a climate-change satire that has been the biggest hit yet for its film ambitions, but its coming earnings report is causing fears of a stock move best described as Don’t Look Down.
Netflix Inc. plans to raise its rates for streaming subscriptions in the U.S. and Canada for the second time during the COVID-19 pandemic, which led to huge early subscriber growth for the company that slowed down in 2021.
Oil futures move up sharply on Friday, on track for a fourth straight weekly gain, with rising tensions between Russia and Ukraine boosting concerns over global crude supplies, as traders remain upbeat over energy demand prospects.