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New York City's Second Tallest Office Building Opens In Now Quiet Midtown Manhattan

NYU SPS Schack Institute of Real Estate to Host 4th Annual Symposium of Women

Building on the success of its first three years, the School of Professional Studies (NYU SPS) Schack Institute of Real Estate will be hosting its 4th Annual National Symposium of Women in Real Estate (WiRE).
Brazil Launches Probe on JPMorgan's Involvement in Petrobras Bribery, Money Laundering Scheme

Brazil Launches Probe on JPMorgan's Involvement in Petrobras Bribery, Money Laundering Scheme

Officials in Brazil have officially launched an investigation on JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s alleged role in reported bribery and money laundering scheme with Petrobras company in 2011.
FDA Approves Pfizer COVID Booster Shots for People 65 and Older, Other Vulnerable Americans

FDA Approves Pfizer COVID Booster Shots for People 65 and Older, Other Vulnerable Americans

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Wednesday authorized Pfizer's COVID booster shots for American adults age 65 and older and other at-risk groups.
Vaccine Salad: Scientists Are Developing Edible Plants That Can Carry the Same Medication as Pfizer, Moderna COVID Shots

Vaccine Salad: Scientists Are Developing Edible Plants That Can Carry the Same Medication as Pfizer, Moderna COVID Shots

California scientists are now working on edible vaccines via edible plants with the same technology used to develop the Pfizer and Moderna COVID shots.
California Ports Face Record-High Backlog of Cargo Ships

California Ports Face Record-High Backlog of Cargo Ships

Due to the recent surge of cargo ships entering the U.S. ports, a record-high backlog of cargo ships was witnessed at California ports.
Major U.S. Companies to Offer Afghan Refugees Employment; List Includes Amazon, UPS

Major U.S. Companies to Offer Afghan Refugees Employment; List Includes Amazon, UPS

At least 33 major U.S. companies have promised to offer Afghan refugees employment in their companies after the U.S. military withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Times Square Celebrates 100th Anniversary

New York State Land Title Association Welcomes 2021-22 Officers

The New York State Land Title Association (NYSLTA), the city's professional association for title companies and professionals, has elected its Officers for the 2021-2022 year at its annual NYSLTA Convention.
Pfizer Expands Recall of Anti-Smoking Drug Chantix Due to Cancer-Causing Agent

Pfizer Expands Recall of Anti-Smoking Drug Chantix Due to Cancer-Causing Agent

Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has expanded a voluntary recall on its anti-smoking drug Chantix due to the presence of a potential cancer-causing agent.
SpaceX Launches 4 Amateurs on Private Space Flight; Elon Musk's Company Joins Commercial Space Tourism

SpaceX Launches 4 Amateurs on Private Space Flight; Elon Musk's Company Joins Commercial Space Tourism

The first entry of SpaceX founder Elon Musk in the competition for space tourism blasted off Wednesday night from NASA's Kennedy Space Center pad in Florida.
Real Estate Leader Compass Taps Grace Goro Kaage as New Managing Director

Real Estate Leader Compass Taps Grace Goro Kaage as New Managing Director

Compass, a real estate technology firm, has announced having Grace Goro Kaage in the leadership team as the company's new managing director.
Coronavirus Pandemic Causes Climate Of Anxiety And Changing Routines In America

California Ski Resort Opts to Change Name to Remove Offensive Word in Business' Revival

After a year of reckoning over racial justice terms linked to their name, a famous California ski resort replaced a derogatory term for Native American women in its name, to offer a fresh start, Monday.
When & Why Will You Need a Bitcoin ATM?

When & Why Will You Need a Bitcoin ATM?

Everything is going digital. With the emerging market of cryptocurrency, crypto tokens or digital currencies are increasingly gaining popularity and acceptance.
TikTok Overtakes YouTube, Gaining the Top Spot for Average Watch Time in U.S.

TikTok Overtakes YouTube, Gaining the Top Spot for Average Watch Time in U.S.

Video-sharing platform TikTok has gained leverage against video giant YouTube with users spending more average watch time each month viewing content on TikTok than YouTube.
Former FDA Chief Says COVID Vaccines for Children Age 5-11 Could Be Approved by Late October

Former FDA Chief Says COVID Vaccines for Children Age 5-11 Could Be Approved by Late October

Former FDA chief Scott Gottlieb said that children aged five to 11 years old could be eligible for the Pfizer vaccine by the end of October.
TSA to Double Fines for Passengers Who Refuse to Wear Masks

TSA to Double Fines for Passengers Who Refuse to Wear Masks

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has announced that it will be doubling its fines for passengers who refuse to wear a mask.
Retail Giant Amazon Offers to Pay College Tuition of Some Warehouse Workers

Retail Giant Amazon Offers to Pay College Tuition of Some Warehouse Workers

The online retail giant Amazon has promised to pay the full college tuition of its operation warehouse workers.
United Airlines Employees with Religious Exemptions for the Vaccine Mandate Will Be on Unpaid Leave

United Airlines Employees with Religious Exemptions for the Vaccine Mandate Will Be on Unpaid Leave

United Airlines employees who have religious exemptions for vaccine mandate will be placed on a temporary unpaid leaving effective next month, citing reasons for the recent rise in COVID cases.
What Are Credit Restoration Services?

What Are Credit Restoration Services?

Your personal credit score is designed to be a critical metric for lenders, as it reflects your past experience with borrowing. Sadly, this reflection is often skewed.
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Brazil Suspends Beef Exports to China After Two Separate Cases of Mad Cow Disease; Clarifies Beef Do Not Pose Risk to Humans

After getting the confirmation of two separate cases of "atypical" mad cow disease in two meat plants, Brazil has suspended its exportation of beef to its largest market, China.
Jeff Bezos, Yuri Milner Are Investing in Anti-Aging Company Altos Labs to Help Humans 'Live Forever'

Jeff Bezos, Yuri Milner Are Investing in Anti-Aging Company Altos Labs to Help Humans 'Live Forever'

Jeff Bezos and Yuri Milner are reportedly investing in a startup biotechnology firm aiming to discover a way to reverse aging.
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