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FDA Approval Of Gilead CAR-T Therapy Will Move The Needle

Seeking Alpha - 50 minutes ago
FDA approves Gilead's first CAR-T therapy Yescarta for patients with relapsed or refractory large B-cell lymphoma after two or more lines of systemic therapy. The addition of Yescarta to...

Ford to recall 1.34 million trucks in North America for door latch fix

Reuters - 15 hours ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co said on Wednesday it would recall 1.34 million 2015-17 Ford F-150 and 2017 Ford Super Duty trucks in North America to add water shields to side door latches at a...

In Amazon Bid, New York Brags About, Well, Everything

New York Times - 9 hours ago
Manhattan's West Side is one of the neighborhoods that New York City is pushing as a possible location for Amazon's second headquarters. Credit Edward Caruso for The New York Times. The...

Asia stocks shed gains after data shows slower China growth

Reuters - 2 hours ago
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks shed early gains on Thursday, pulling back from decade highs, with Chinese equities leading the way lower after data showed growth in the world's second largest...

Does Ken Chenault Deserve a Better Sendoff Than Jeff Immelt?

Bloomberg - 9 hours ago
American Express Co.'s Ken Chenault is (finally, some would say) retiring. The timing isn't bad. Saving Face. Ken Chenault's legacy has been saved in part by the rally in U.S. stocks....

Author of Trump's tax plan says math forced him to give big cuts to the rich

ThinkProgress - 11 hours ago
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin acknowledged Wednesday that the GOP tax plan will ultimately benefit wealthy people. During an appearance on the Politico Money podcast, Mnuchin said it is difficult...

SeaWorld cuts 350 positions across company

Orlando Sentinel - 12 hours ago
SeaWorld, which has struggled with declining attendance, announced it is cutting 350 positions effective today, a spokeswoman said Wednesday. The company is laying off people and not refilling open...

Former GE CEO Jeff Immelt used to have an empty private jet fly next to his — just in case there were delays

Business Insider - 9 hours ago
The former GE CEO used to have an empty private plane follow his own on trips, the Wall Street Journal's Thomas Gryta and Joann S. Lublin report in a story about the new CEO's cost cutting...

Blue Apron Is Laying Off Hundreds of Workers After a Tough Few Months

Fortune - 4 hours ago
Vegetables from a Blue Apron Holdings Inc. meal-kit delivery are arranged for a photograph in Tiskilwa, Ill. on June 14, 2017. Dan Acker—Bloomberg/Getty Images. It disclosed Wednesday in a...

Tesla, Inc.'s Model 3 Won't Get Any Free Supercharging

Madison.com - 1 day ago
Electric-car maker Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) knew its Supercharger network would be a key selling point for its vehicles. That's why it has aggressively expanded the network to include over 1,000...

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Xavier Rolet to step down as LSE chief by end of next year

Financial Times - 43 minutes ago
Xavier Rolet will step down as chief executive of the London Stock Exchange Group by the end of December 2018, after nine years in charge, the exchange said on Thursday. Mr Rolet, who joined from...

UK banks 'exposed to money laundering in South Africa'

BBC News - 14 minutes ago
The UK Chancellor has asked financial regulators and the Serious Fraud Office to review whether banks HSBC and Standard Chartered are linked to a corruption scandal in South Africa. Lord Peter Hain...

One in four people 'trapped' in low-paid jobs with 'little chance of escape'

Telegraph.co.uk - 2 hours ago
One in four low paid workers are "permanently stuck" in poorly paid jobs, with little chance of earning higher salaries, a new study finds. Low pay is "endemic" in the UK,...

£7m a year battle to fix Lancashire's potholes

Lancashire Evening Post - 39 minutes ago
An investigation has found that the red rose county's roads are the worst in the North West, with county hall chiefs shelling out a whopping £7,138,452 fixing the 79,000 reported potholes in...

Arriva North West bus strike: What you need to know

BBC News - 2 hours ago
More than 2,000 Arriva North West bus drivers and engineering staff are taking industrial action in protest over "pitiful" pay offers. Members of the Unite and GMB unions are involved in...

Thursday newspaper round-up: Low pay, Lloyds, Bombardier, BP

DIGITALLOOK - 40 minutes ago
Britain's low pay culture traps people in poorly paid jobs and prevents them from escaping into full-time work with better pay, according to a major study by the government-backed body that...

Traffic jam cost rises to £9bn a year

The Times - 1 day ago
On September 19 the M1 was shut for up to 14 hours near Northampton when a black plastic bag was found to be leaking a liquid, believed to be hydrochloric acid. Some motorists were stuck for eight...

CalMac ferry services may become unaffordable

HeraldScotland - 3 hours ago
THE cost of running Scotland's ferry services has risen by more than £100million in a year amid fears it will become unaffordable in the future, warn public spending watchdogs. In a damning...

London is the European hotspot for venture capitalists when it comes to fintech

CNBC - 1 hour ago
London remains the top European city for venture capital investment in financial technology firms, according to data released by Mayor Sadiq Khan's promotional agency. Investors have poured more...

Canadian man sues airline after receiving sparkling wine instead of champagne

The Week Magazine - 4 hours ago
Daniel Macduff of Quebec booked a flight on Sunwing Airlines to Cuba, going with the airline because it advertised a complimentary champagne toast for passengers, BBC News reports. What he was served...

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