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MarketWatchSep 22, 2020
The Conversation: Everything you need to know about what it would take for the FDA to approve a COVID-19 vaccine
You've probably been wondering how the Food and Drug Administration will decide if a COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective.

U.S. death toll from COVID-19 tops 200,000, JHU says (MarketWatch MarketPulse)
Scientists examine how adults and children fight off COVID-19 — and say it may have implications for vaccine research (MarketWatch)

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 22, 2020
: Lululemon resumes stock buyback program
Lululemon Athletica Inc. LULU said it will resume its stock buyback program that had been halted because of COVID-19, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing late Tuesday. The company said it has $263.6 million in shares left on a repurchase program that expires on Jan. 31. Lululemon shares rose 2.3% after hours, following a 6.1% gain in the regular session to close at $313.60. The stock is up 35% for the year, compared with a 2.6% gain in the S&P 500 index SPX.

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Google Business NewsSep 22, 2020
28-year-old Houston doctor dies after battle with coronavirus, family says - msnNOW
28-year-old Houston doctor dies after battle with coronavirus, family says  msnNOWResident Doctor Dies of Coronavirus at 28 After Treating COVID-19 Positive Patients in the ER  PEOPLE28-year-old doctor in Texas dies after long battle with COVID-19, family says  CBS NewsTexas doctor, 28, dies following two month COVID battle after she became infected treating patients  Daily Mail - Financial MarketsSep 22, 2020
Global stocks inch higher despite concerns over Covid-19
Markets stabilise after Monday's falls as UK outlines stricter curbs to fight coronavirus

Washington Post BusinessSep 22, 2020
Democratic senators highlight continuing toll of covid-19 in nursing homes
A report by Sens. Bob Casey and Ron Wyden, citing federal data, criticized the Trump administration for doing too little to protect nursing home residents as the disease spiked in the Sun Belt states this summer.

Johnson unveils winter of Covid-19 restrictions ( - US)

Inc.comSep 22, 2020
COVID-19 Has Changed The Way We Run Our Business For The Better in These 3 Ways
From communication to company goals, here's what we're doing differently.

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 21, 2020
Dow's 3% tumble would mark its worst since April as stock-market selloff accelerates on Monday
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was trading over 800 points lower, or down by about 3%, on Monday at 26,835, which would set up the worst decline for the blue-chip benchmark since April 1 when the index dropped 4.4%, or 973 points, according to FactSet data. The decline for the index came as global markets broadly swooned amid talk of renewed restrictions on business activity and reimplementation of social-distancing measures in Europe to limit the spread of COVID-19. London Mayor Sadiq Khan was in talks on Monday to discuss introducing new measures to stem the coronavirus' spread.

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Yahoo BusinessSep 21, 2020
FED Chair Powell Puts the Dollar in Focus as COVID-19 Continues to Rile the Markets
While COVID-19 and Brexit will continue to influence, FED Chair Powell's testimony on Capitol Hill will draw plenty of attention later today.

Yahoo BusinessSep 21, 2020
Apple CEO Impressed by Remote Work, Sees Permanent Changes
(Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said he's been impressed by employees' ability to operate remotely and predicted that some new work habits will remain after the pandemic.During an interview at The Atlantic Festival on Monday, Cook said Apple created products including new Apple Watches and iPads that are launching on time this year, despite the need for most employees to work away from the office due to Covid-19.Cook said he doesn't believe Apple will "return to the way we were because we've found that there are some things that actually work really well virtually."The comments contrast with the views of other executives, such as Netflix Inc.'s Reed Hastings, who recently called remote work "a pure negative," and Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase & Co., who warned of lasting damage if workers don't get back to the office soon.Cook said 10% to 15% of Apple employees have gone back to the office and he hopes the majority of staff can return to the company's new campus in Silicon Valley sometime next year.The CEO said he goes into the office at different points during the week and he noted that remote work is "not like being together physically." Working in the office sparks creativity such as during impromptu meetings, he added.The Apple executive also said the company focuses on policy and not politics when asked about his discussions with U.S. President Donald Trump.Cook was also asked how long he foresees running the Cupertino, California-technology giant. "We'll see," he said. "A
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