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With Merck’s COVID Antiviral Announcement, Can the Pharma Pipeline Build Treatment Momentum?

  At the start of the month, pharmaceutical company Merck dropped big news: it has developed a COVID antiviral drug that would cut hospitalization and mortality risks by 50%. Read more

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Will Ransomware Remain the Attack of Choice for Cybercriminals?
October 27, 2021
It is often said that crime doesn't pay. That might not apply to the world of cybercrime. In 2020, research from Atlas VPN found that cybercrime earned $1.5 trillion dollars in revenue. One approach to Read more
How the Supply Chain Shortage is Affecting Commercial HVAC Supply and Distribution
October 27, 2021
  “The HVAC industry right now is dealing with the same issues that virtually every other industry is facing at the moment,” Alexis said. Over the past year and a half, the pandemic caused numerous issues Read more
Weaver Beyond the Numbers Property Taxes, An Appeal to the Appeals Process
October 26, 2021
  The tax assessor’s notice isn’t always the final say on what taxpayers must remit. Companies can easily appeal these decisions with a proactive appeal strategy for their real and personal property taxes . Read more
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With Merck’s COVID Antiviral Announcement, Can the Pharma Pipeline Build Treatment Momentum?
October 6, 2021
  At the start of the month, pharmaceutical company Merck dropped big news: it has developed a COVID antiviral drug that would cut hospitalization and mortality risks by 50%. Read more
Understanding COVID-19 Funding For Schools: School Safety Today
September 2, 2021
  With so many different federal actions providing funding for schools to reopen this Fall, educators, administrators, and facility managers are struggling to understand the best way to Read more
How Have Drive-Thru and QSR Technologies Evolved during COVID-19?
August 26, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted every corner of the foodservice industry, and this was especially true for drive-thru and QSR operations that had yet to digitize their drive-thru Read more
What Can You Do to Keep Up with Next-Gen Travelers?
August 18, 2021
  Travel insurance, just like every industry across the globe, is evolving in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. As travelers look to get back to the skies and the roadways Read more
Is the Travel Business Model Overdo for an Update?
August 16, 2021
  The state of the travel industry is still largely up in the air, with a new variant of COVID-19 making its way around the globe and supply chain shortages, labor challenges Read more
China Port Shutdown Raises Concerns for Global Shipping
August 13, 2021
China partially closed one of the world’s busiest container ports due to a Covid outbreak. Bloomberg’s James Mayger reports on the potential impact the move could have on global trade. Read more
US Economy Adds 943,000 Jobs in July, Far Exceeding Expectations
August 11, 2021
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the encouraging data on Aug. 6. Economists had predicted an addition of 870,000 jobs in July. Data for June was also updated and showed Read more
COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Gain Steam Across Corporate America
August 10, 2021
According to CNBC, over a dozen U.S. corporations have recently instituted COVID-19 vaccine mandates amid the surge of the Delta variant. Some of those corporations include United Airlines, Read more
Restarting Cruises Has Been a Game of ‘Operational Whack-a-Mole’
August 10, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- David Hakimian, 58, an oncologist from the Chicago area, was looking forward to a week of lazy days on Caribbean beaches when he boarded Windstar’s 312-passenger, recently Read more