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- THG boss Matt Moulding gives up his share power to calm investors
Moulding has been battered recently by a stream of criticism over how the business is run and its failure to disclose information
that investors say is now vital to lifting the share price.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 17 Oct 2021.
- Second Opinion: Refrigeration alone can't solve the 'last mile' problem for COVID vaccines
Humanitarian aid groups have experience countering myths and misinformation to overcome vaccine hesitancy in low-income countries.
Los Angeles Times. Sunday, 17 Oct 2021.
- BBC refuses to reveal details about search for clothes of murdered schoolgirl after Bashir lost them
The Corporation rejected a request by this newspaper under Freedom of Information
laws for documents from its internal inquiry into the disappearance of clothes worn by Karen Hadaway.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 17 Oct 2021.
- Arizona At Cleveland Headlines NFL Week 6 Odds, Picks And Prop Bets
The Arizona Cardinals are the only undefeated team heading into Week 6 as they travel to Cleveland to tackle the Browns. NFL Week 6 match-ups, odds, insight and information
you can bet on with picks, props and betting profiles.
Forbes. Saturday, 16 Oct 2021.
- In New Hampshire, vaccine fights and misinformation roil GOP
- Source Of Russian Prison-Abuse Videos Flees To France To Seek Asylum
The source of a massive leak of information, including videos, of alleged torture and sexual assaults in Russia's penitentiary system has fled to France, where he plans to seek political asylum.
Radio Liberty. Saturday, 16 Oct 2021.
- CBSN Originals | Conspirituality: How Wellness Became a Gateway for Misinformation
A new CBSN Originals documentary explores how, for some, the yoga and wellness worlds became a gateway for misinformation and conspiracy theories amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
CBS News. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- Netflix Fires Employee For Leaking Information On Dave Chappelle Comedy Special
The employee reportedly leaked financial information
on the Chappelle special to news outlet Bloomberg.
Forbes. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- US heating bills set to surge as energy costs jump
Bills could rise by as much as 54% this winter, the US Energy Information
BBC News. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- NextGen's (NXGN) Integrated Platform Gets Leveraged by Mednax
Mednax utilizes NextGen's (NXGN) fully-integrated platform to enhance its efficacy in placing crucial information
on patients' health and well-being at the physician's fingertips.
Zacks. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- 'Technology to automatically scan all iPhones threatens democracy', researchers warn
Fourteen of the world's most respected information
security experts have warned that client-side scanning "is a dangerous technology" that threatens democracy.
Sky News. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- Apple update allows health data sharing with doctors and loved ones
A new Apple device feature allows sharing health information
with loved ones and your doctor. Dr. Tara Narula looks at how it works and the privacy concerns over personal data.
CBS News. Thursday, 14 Oct 2021.
- Judge denies motion to compel Angels to comply with subpoena in Tyler Skaggs case
A federal judge has denied prosecutors' motion to compel the Angels to comply with a subpoena in the Tyler Skaggs case seeking information
about possible drug distribution.
Los Angeles Times. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- SEC renews effort to claw back Wall Street executive bonuses when firms report incorrect info
The SEC on Thursday said it is reigniting efforts to crack down on Wall Street bonuses when companies report incorrect financial information
CNBC. Thursday, 14 Oct 2021.
- AG Garland's potential conflict of interest on son-in-law's firm backing critical race theory under scrutiny
A conservative government watchdog is seeking information
related to reports that Attorney General Merrick Garland's son-in-law is the co-founder of a company that promotes critical race theory (CRT) in the classroom.
Fox News. Thursday, 14 Oct 2021.
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