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President-elect Joe Biden’s choices to fill key economic positions in his administration telegraph a commitment to assembling a diverse brain trust tasked with supporting an economy struggling against a resurgence of Covid-19. Biden has also named labor economist Cecilia Rouse, dean of the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, to chair the White House Council of Economic Advisers. The Great Recession was an economic crisis precipitated by a financial crisis. An analysis by Beacon Policy Advisors of the economic advisers Biden leaned on during the campaign noted the left-leaning positions held by many in his inner circle. “There is an economic crisis, and it is doubtful that the Democrats will have a majority in the Senate.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Janet Yellen, Biden, Adewale, Wally ” Adeyemo, Adeyemo, Neera Tanden, Tanden, Barack Obama, Cecilia Rouse, Jared Bernstein, Heather Boushey, , Stephen Myrow, “ He’s, Donald Trump’s, Rouse, , Mark Hamrick, Scranton Joe, ” Myrow, ” Hamrick, “ It’s, Obama, Hillary Clinton, Clinton, Bernie Sanders, , “ Cecilia Rouse, Michael Munger, Brian Deese, Deese, “ Rouse, ” Munger Organizations: Treasury, Obama, Management, Center for American Progress, Democratic, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, White House Council, Economic Advisers, Beacon Policy Advisors, Senate, Treasury Department, South, of Economic Advisers, Bankrate.com, Scranton Joe, Labor, Trump, GOP, Republicans, Democratic Party, Beacon Policy, Duke University, Wall, Economic Council, Democratic Party’s, Deese, NEC Locations: American, Scranton, Washington, BlackRock
Throughout November, the developed world has celebrated milestones in the race for a COVID-19 vaccine. But lower-income countries may have to wait for years before they can vaccinate the majority of their population. Every American could have access to a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of April. While childhood vaccinations are becoming increasingly common in low-income income countries, people of all age groups, especially the elderly, will need the COVID-19 vaccine. Cause for optimismDespite the hurdles that lower-income countries face, mass global vaccination is still a possibility.
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BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - The crowds that bade farewell to Diego Maradona in Buenos Aires on Thursday were in keeping with the devotion Latin America has reserved for the passing of its sporting and artistic idols, from Brazilian Formula 1 great Ayrton Senna to Colombian Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Many more are expected to line the streets to salute the coffin as it travels to the Bella Vista cemetery on the outskirts of the capital later on Thursday. Such public outpourings of grief are common in Latin America, where sport and the arts carry an exaggerated importance. “They are national figures because people feel they capture the essence of what it is to be from say Argentina or Brazil. Eleven years later, there was widespread commotion after Formula 1 driver Senna was killed in an accident at the San Marino Grand Prix.
Persons: Diego Maradona, Ayrton Senna, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Maradona, braved, Bella, , Laurent Dubois, Dubois, Garrincha, Senna, Mario Benedetti, Garcia Marquez, Cristiano Araujo, Brenda Elsey Organizations: BUENOS AIRES, Reuters, Duke University, San Marino, Hofstra University Locations: BUENOS, Buenos Aires, America, Argentina, Latin America, Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Mage, San Marino Grand, Sao, Uruguay, Mexico, Colombia, Brazilian, Goiania
Schubert believes a $15 minimum wage should be implemented in Ohio. "We're the ones that take a lot of these minimum wage jobs, especially in our own communities," Pugliese said. "I live in a college town and the minimum wage jobs here are taken by college students." She hopes that the movement for a $15 minimum wage will also help students pursuing internships to set themselves up for success after graduation. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, interns who qualify as paid employees are entitled to earning the minimum wage.
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But doses of the drugs, one made by Regeneron and the other by Eli Lilly, are extremely limited. "It is very challenging," Dr. Raymund Razonable, an infectious disease specialist with the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, said. In fact, the FDA says the Regeneron and the Eli Lilly treatments should not be given to already hospitalized patients, or those on oxygen. With some doses already available and more on the way, hospital systems nationwide are developing protocols for which patients will get the treatments. Complicating matters is that the Eli Lilly and the Regeneron treatments are given by IV infusion, soon after patients test positive.
Persons: Regeneron, Eli Lilly, Alex Azar, Raymund, Donald Trump, Dr, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Trump, Christie, Carson, , Tara Vijayan, it's, Vijayan, Cameron Wolfe, Wolfe Organizations: Food and Drug Administration, Human Services, Mayo Clinic, Department of Housing, Urban Development, Facebook, New, New Jersey Gov, FDA, Centers for Disease Control, UCLA Health, Duke University School of Medicine, NBC, Twitter Locations: United States, U.S, Rochester , Minnesota, New Jersey, New York
New York (CNN Business) Janet Yellen checks all the boxes in President-elect Joe Biden's quest to find a Treasury secretary who won't spook Wall Street, alienate progressives or forget about Main Street's plight. But at Treasury, Yellen could quarterback fiscal policy at a time when it's the only game in town. Roger Ferguson, another leading Treasury pick and a former top Fed official, would make history as the nation's first Black Treasury secretary. And in her final years at the Fed, Yellen did not stand in the way of tweaks to make financial regulations less burdensome. At the Fed, Yellen prided herself on staying above the political fray and sticking to the economic arguments.
Persons: Janet Yellen, Joe Biden's, Yellen, she's, Greg Valliere, Joe Brusuelas, Biden, Brusuelas, Charlie Baker, it's, Warren, Valliere, Elizabeth Warren, Sarah Bloom Raskin, Adam Green, Raskin, Green, Brainard, Roger Ferguson, Ferguson, Dodd, Frank, Seiberg Organizations: CNN, Federal Reserve, US Treasury Department, Treasury, AGF Investments, Fed, RSM, Republicans, Senate, Republican, Progressives, Corporate America, CNN Business, Duke University, Wall, Cowen Washington Research Group Locations: York, United States, Massachusetts, Wells
The Advice That Gave a Biotech Exec a Shot in the Arm
  + stars: | 2020-11-21 | by ( Joann S. Lublin | ) www.wsj.com + 1.00   time to read: +1 min
In Personal Board of Directors, top business leaders talk about the people they turn to for advice, and how those people have shaped their perspective and helped them succeed. Michelle McMurry-Heath, the head of a global biotech-industry group, knows how to break the mold. About two decades ago, she became the first Black graduate of Duke University with combined medical and doctoral degrees. BIO represents about 700 small and big biotech companies. Among other things, Dr. McMurry-Heath champions greater minority participation during clinical trials of potential Covid-19 vaccines
Persons: Michelle McMurry, Heath Organizations: Duke University, Biotechnology, Organization, statrtup Moderna Inc, Pfizer Inc, Heath Locations: McMurry
Mr. MacIntyre’s running group surprised him at the finish of his 100th half marathon with a banner listing all 13.1-mile races he’s completed over the years. He ran his first marathon at age 70 and, after completing more than a half-dozen 26.2-mile races in the span of two years, turned his attention to the half marathon. When the coronavirus forced races to go virtual, he convinced six original Seasoned Soles members to join him for virtual 5Ks and 10Ks. He recently completed his 102nd half marathon virtually in 2:50:14, his fastest time since he ran his 86th half in April 2019. After the run, he meets the Seasoned Soles for socially distanced workouts.
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Posts on Facebook showing a graph plotting daily new coronavirus cases along with the claim that “mask mandates may have actually spread COVID-19.” This claim is false. Mask mandates are not responsible for spikes in COVID-19 cases, and studies have proven that they reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus. The social media posts’ claim that wearing masks contributes to the spread of COVID-19 contradicts the findings of several scientific studies. For example, a study published by the University of Kansas on Oct. 25 (here) found that Kansas counties with mask mandates avoided a major surge in COVID-19 infections, while counties without such requirements saw a steady climb (here) . Unlike earlier waves, which were met with shutdown orders and mask mandates, the country has shown little appetite for widespread new restrictions” (here).
Persons: Anthony Fauci, CNBC’s Shepard Smith, Emmanuel Macron, Cotton, Vox, Read Organizations: Facebook, Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Research, Reuters, University of Kansas, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Tennessee COVID, University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics, Duke University, Northern, New York Times Locations: COVID, France, Kansas, Tennessee, U.S, United States
How to Change Careers: Find What to Pursue Next
  + stars: | 2020-11-19 | by ( Allison Pohle | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +10 min
For example, if you have worked as a lawyer, you might be advised to try to become a journalist who writes about the law, Ms. Clark says. “Other people aren’t going to expend the time or the effort to think broadly on your behalf about what you can do,” Ms. Clark says. If you don’t know where to find them, LinkedIn would be a good place to look. Let the professional know you would like to learn more about what they do and how they got to where they are. You might assume that your close friends and family will be your biggest supporters as you reinvent yourself, but that is not always the case, says Ms. Clark.
Persons: Dorie Clark, Clark, Ms, Ebony Joyce, Dave Evans, Leah Belsky, , isn’t, Christy Noel, ” Mr, Evans, don’t, Jenny Logullo, ” Ms, Logullo, Noel, you’ll Organizations: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, Stanford, Stanford University, Labor, Invest, Workplace Worth Academy, LinkedIn, Resources
A White House speechwriter who was fired in 2018 for meeting with white nationalists has been rehired to join an agency that oversees US Holocaust memorials abroad. The White House had fired Beattie after CNN reported that he had appeared on a panel with white nationalist Peter Brimelow in 2016. A former speechwriter for President Donald Trump, who was previously fired for attending a meeting of white nationalists, has been given a new role to help oversee memorials commemorating the Holocaust genocide. Beattie was fired from his speechwriting role at the White House in 2018 after a CNN investigation found that he had attended a meeting with white nationalists in 2016. Then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump with his children, Donald Jr. and Ivanka, in 2016.
Persons: Donald Trump, Darren Beattie, Beattie, Peter Brimelow, Jonathan Greenblatt, Trump, Tucker Carlson, Brimelow, Jonathan A, Greenblatt, Donald Jr, Joe Raedle, Maggie Haberman, Hillary Clinton, , Matt Gaetz Organizations: Commission, America's, White, CNN, Defamation League, New York Times, ADL, America's Heritage, White House, Fox News, YouTube, . Mencken, Poverty Law Center, The Washington Post, Republican, Times, Trump, Duke University, Daily Locations: Europe
Musallam acknowledged, however, that more research is needed on spinal decompression in general. Chiropractors often use the same claims about spinal decompression devices as the manufacturers — sometimes even going beyond them. So how to tell if those treated with spinal decompression would have improved without it? Likewise, the FTC has not issued any warning letters to manufacturers of spinal decompression devices over the past two decades or taken other public action. Six of the seven found no difference between those who got spinal decompression and those who did not.
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Will shoppers sit out the holidays? That's the fear
  + stars: | 2020-11-18 | by ( Julia Horowitz | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
That's still solid, but below sales growth logged during the first two quarters of the year, as people rushed to stock up on food and other supplies. Not all bleak: Despite the pandemic, retail sales have now managed to log six straight months of growth. In October, retail sales grew 5.7% compared to October 2019, and they're $26 billion above February levels. The latest: The company has launched Amazon Pharmacy, a digital drugstore, for US customers, my CNN Business colleague Jordan Valinsky reports. Amazon Pharmacy is an extension of PillPack, the drugstore startup Amazon bought for more than $700 million in 2018.
Persons: Jim Reid, Mark McClellan, whilefollows, Walmart WMT, Reid, Jordan Valinsky, Doug Herrington, PillPack, JPMorgan Chase, Berkshire Hathaway, whileshares, Hanna Ziady, Kristalina Georgieva, Donald Trump's, Joe Biden, Nvidia NVDA Sonos Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, Retailers, Deutsche, Food and Drug, Duke University, Walmart, UBS, Amazon Pharmacy, North American Consumer, Amazon, Pharmacy, JPMorgan, Berkshire, CVS, Rite, International Monetary Fund, Governments, IMF, European Union, Brands, Nvidia Locations: London, Washington, PillPack, United States, Europe, Hungary, Poland
CNBC takes a look at some of the leading coronavirus vaccine candidates. The U.K., Canada, Australia and Chile have all bought at least 10 million doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. British pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca is developing its potential Covid-19 vaccine in collaboration with the University of Oxford. The vaccine candidate has secured a number of substantial deals with several countries. The U.K., Japan, Indonesia, Brazil, and Latin America excluding Brazil have all confirmed orders of at least 100 million doses.
Persons: Dogukan, BioNTech, Moderna, Monica Levi, Nelson Almeida, Johnson Organizations: U.S, Pfizer, German, Ankara University, Sina, Anadolu Agency, Getty, Sans Frontieres, CNBC, Moderna, Moderna Inc, Reuters, United Nations, Duke University's Global Health Innovation Centre, BioNTech, European Union, AstraZeneca, University of Oxford, Data, EU, Oxford, Financial, Specialized, AFP Locations: Ankara, Turkey, Europe, U.S, Moderna U.S, Covid, COVID, Canada, Switzerland, Kalamazoo , Michigan, Puurs, Belgium, Rhode Island , Texas, New Mexico, Tennessee, Japan, Australia, Chile, India, Indonesia, Brazil, America, Sao Paulo
CDC now says wearing a mask protects the wearer, too
  + stars: | 2020-11-11 | by ( Cory Stieg | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
For months it has been clear that wearing a face mask reduces the transmission of Covid-19, because it prevents your respiratory droplets from spreading and potentially infecting other people. Wearing a mask is "a two-way street," Dr. Anthony Fauci told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell in an interview Tuesday, citing new research on personal protection from mask-wearing. Some data has shown that a multi-layer cloth mask made from a fabric with a high thread could filter out nearly 50% of respiratory droplets and aerosolized particles. The CDC currently recommends that people choose masks that are made from two layers of breathable, washable and tightly woven fabric. The CDC says that a combination of "universal masking policies," social distancing, ventilation and hand hygiene could prevent future lockdowns.
Persons: Dr, Anthony Fauci, MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell, , Goldman Sachs, Fauci, takeout, Organizations: for Disease Control, CDC, Duke University, Black Locations: Beijing
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Politics aside, there is one outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election that could bring some relief to Pentagon planners: a clear-cut victory. FILE PHOTO: DC National Guard military police officers look on as demonstrators rally near the White House against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Washington, D.C., U.S., June 1, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File PhotoIn the months preceding the election on Tuesday, U.S. military officials have been forced to contemplate the possible fallout from a contested election, including protests like those in June over racial injustice that brought the National Guard to the streets. For his part, Biden has suggested the military would ensure a peaceful transfer of power if Trump refuses to leave office after the election. “There’s no role for the U.S. military in determining the outcome of a U.S. election.
Persons: George Floyd, Jonathan Ernst, America’s, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, , , Risa Brooks, Biden, Trump, it’s, ” Trump, Mark Milley, it’ll, Peter Feaver, ” Feaver, Steve Abbot, Mike Smith, ” Smith, “ We’ve, Jeff Holmes, Daryl Bohac, D.C., U.S., Peter Feaver Organizations: WASHINGTON, Pentagon, DC National Guard, House, Washington , D.C, REUTERS, National Guard, Republican, Democratic, Marquette University, Reuters, Trump, ., Fox News, U.S . Army, Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S . Congress, National Public, U.S, Army, Duke University, Tennessee National Guard . Air Force, Nebraska National Guard, WASHINGTON (Reuters), Reuters, Mike Smith Locations: Minneapolis, Washington ,, U.S, Mexico, June
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Politics aside, there is one outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election that could bring some relief to Pentagon planners: a clear-cut victory. FILE PHOTO: DC National Guard military police officers look on as demonstrators rally near the White House against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Washington, D.C., U.S., June 1, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File PhotoIn the months preceding the election on Tuesday, U.S. military officials have been forced to contemplate the possible fallout from a contested election, including protests like those in June over racial injustice that brought the National Guard to the streets. For his part, Biden has suggested the military would ensure a peaceful transfer of power if Trump refuses to leave office after the election. “There’s no role for the U.S. military in determining the outcome of a U.S. election.
Persons: George Floyd, Jonathan Ernst, America’s, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, , , Risa Brooks, Biden, Trump, it’s, ” Trump, Mark Milley, it’ll, Peter Feaver, ” Feaver, Steve Abbot, Mike Smith, ” Smith, “ We’ve, Jeff Holmes, Daryl Bohac, D.C., U.S., Peter Feaver Organizations: WASHINGTON, Pentagon, DC National Guard, House, Washington , D.C, REUTERS, National Guard, Republican, Democratic, Marquette University, Reuters, Trump, ., Fox News, U.S . Army, Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S . Congress, National Public, U.S, Army, Duke University, Tennessee National Guard . Air Force, Nebraska National Guard, WASHINGTON (Reuters), Reuters, Mike Smith Locations: Minneapolis, Washington ,, U.S, Mexico, June
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Politics aside, there is one outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election that could bring some relief to Pentagon planners: a clear-cut victory. FILE PHOTO: DC National Guard military police officers look on as demonstrators rally near the White House against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Washington, D.C., U.S., June 1, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File PhotoIn the months preceding the election on Tuesday, U.S. military officials have been forced to contemplate the possible fallout from a contested election, including protests like those in June over racial injustice that brought the National Guard to the streets. For his part, Biden has suggested the military would ensure a peaceful transfer of power if Trump refuses to leave office after the election. “There’s no role for the U.S. military in determining the outcome of a U.S. election.
Persons: George Floyd, Jonathan Ernst, America’s, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, , , Risa Brooks, Biden, Trump, it’s, ” Trump, Mark Milley, it’ll, Peter Fever, Steve Abbot, Mike Smith, ” Smith, “ We’ve, Jeff Holmes, Daryl Bohac, D.C., U.S. Organizations: WASHINGTON, Pentagon, DC National Guard, House, Washington , D.C, REUTERS, National Guard, Republican, Democratic, Marquette University, Reuters, Trump, ., Fox News, U.S . Army, Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S . Congress, National Public, U.S, Army, Duke University, Tennessee National Guard . Air Force, Nebraska National Guard, WASHINGTON (Reuters), Reuters, Mike Smith Locations: Minneapolis, Washington ,, U.S, Mexico, June
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Politics aside, there is one outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election that could bring some relief to Pentagon planners: a clear-cut victory. FILE PHOTO: DC National Guard military police officers look on as demonstrators rally near the White House against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Washington, D.C., U.S., June 1, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File PhotoIn the months preceding the election on Tuesday, U.S. military officials have been forced to contemplate the possible fallout from a contested election, including protests like those in June over racial injustice that brought the National Guard to the streets. For his part, Biden has suggested the military would ensure a peaceful transfer of power if Trump refuses to leave office after the election. “There’s no role for the U.S. military in determining the outcome of a U.S. election.
Persons: George Floyd, Jonathan Ernst, America’s, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, , , Risa Brooks, Biden, Trump, it’s, ” Trump, Mark Milley, it’ll, Peter Fever, Steve Abbot, Mike Smith, ” Smith, “ We’ve, Jeff Holmes, Daryl Bohac, D.C., U.S. Organizations: WASHINGTON, Pentagon, DC National Guard, House, Washington , D.C, REUTERS, National Guard, Republican, Democratic, Marquette University, Reuters, Trump, ., Fox News, U.S . Army, Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S . Congress, National Public, U.S, Army, Duke University, Tennessee National Guard . Air Force, Nebraska National Guard, WASHINGTON (Reuters), Reuters, Mike Smith Locations: Minneapolis, Washington ,, U.S, Mexico, June
Economic activity remains well below what it was a year ago as a surge in coronavirus cases and new lockdowns have raised the risk of another slowdown. The country’s death tolls from the virus this week have been among some of the highest in the pandemic. Credit... Muhammad Hamed/Reuters About three million total confirmed coronavirus cases, 75,000 related deaths, and the highest weekly number of new cases since the beginning of the pandemic. Jordan reported its deadliest days since the beginning of the pandemic this week, and Turkey has recorded its highest numbers of daily new cases since May. The state requires a county to have no more than seven new daily cases per 100,000 people for two weeks before schools can fully reopen.
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ET 2020 Election Live Updates: More People Have Voted Early in Texas Than the State’s Entire 2016 Turnout President Trump canceled plans to appear at Trump International Hotel for an election night party. President Trump canceled plans to appear at the Trump International Hotel in Washington for an election night party. Joseph R. Biden Jr. and President Trump, accompanied by Melania Trump, both campaigned in Florida on Thursday. And Mr. Trump is answering critics who said his appeal was limited to those in his base who voted for him four years ago. The court’s more liberal members said the right to vote was important enough to justify letting federal judges alter state election rules.
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The university decided to limit campus housing to underclassmen to reduce the potential for coronavirus spread. At the time, she hadn't considered how her decision could impact her ability to vote in the 2020 election. The coronavirus pandemic has introduced additional barriers to voting for young people, a population that isn't known for turning out in large numbers. Despite Covid-19 challenges, however, young voters are poised to be a decisive force in the 2020 election with data suggesting record turnout from the group. "Young people could either not show up and decide a toss-up race in favor of almost always a Republican candidate.
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What it takes to be a White House photographer
  + stars: | 2020-10-16 | by ( Clayton Dyer | ) www.businessinsider.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
Narrator: That's Pete Souza, former White House photographer to Presidents Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. Narrator: After documenting the lives of two sitting presidents, Pete Souza knows better than most what it takes to be a White House photographer. In 1983, the White House photo editor at the time reached out to me about a position at the White House. So that's what led to the job at the Reagan White House. But I do think that I was the right photographer to be the chief photographer for Barack Obama.
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