Pfizer Lifts FY21 Outlook On Updated Covid Vaccine Expectations

Drug major Pfizer Inc. raised Wednesday its outlook for fiscal 2021 earnings and revenues following strong second quarter results that exceeded market estimates. According to the company, the upward revision in full-year outlook, for the second quarter in a row, reflects its updated expectations for contributions to 2021 performance from both BNT162b2, the Pfizer-BioNTech SE COVID-19 vaccine, as well as […]

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Former eOne Asia Pacific Boss Troy Lum Launches Aus/NZ Distributor Kismet With Busy Slate, Foxtel & Sony Deals

EXCLUSIVE: Former eOne Asia Pacific boss Troy Lum is officially launching new Australia-New Zealand distributor Kismet, with a slate of projects including Cannes hits and pre-sale titles. Kismet is headed by Lum, founder of local indie powerhouse Hopscotch, and Jason Hernandez, former Head of Theatrical Distribution at eOne Australia and New Zealand. As previously noted out of Cannes, the company […]

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How to pass your driving test, when should I book my practical and theory and what are the weirdest reasons people have failed?

PASSING your driving test isn't easy – around half of all learners fail the practical exam every year. But how long does your test actually last? Here's all you need to know… How long does a driving test last? here are 5 parts to the driving test: an eyesight check ‘show me, tell me’ vehicle safety questions general driving ability […]

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Facebook Recalls 4 Mln Oculus Quest Foam Facial Interfaces

Facebook Technologies LLC is recalling about 4 million removable foam facial interfaces for Oculus Quest 2 Virtual Reality or VR headsets citing skin irritation risk. The company said it has introduced a new silicone cover for all Quest 2 customers globally, and has paused global sales of Quest 2 to include the new silicone covers in all Quest 2 packages. […]

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Hannity slams New York City's vaccine passport protocol

Hannity: This country is headed in a scary direction ‘Hannity’ slams latest COVID mandates assigned by Democrats Fox News host Sean Hannity blasted New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s vaccine passport mandate in indoor spaces Tuesday on “Hannity,” saying the new rule disproportionately affects African Americans. “Anyone that wants to dine indoors, or go to the gym or do […]

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Valerie Jarrett seeks donations for Obama Presidential Center amid birthday bash controversy

Obama under fire for planning ‘super spreader’ party with up to 700 people ‘The Five’ reacts to liberal hypocrisy surrounding COVID-19 Valerie Jarrett, the former senior adviser to President Obama, faced mockery online Tuesday after appealing to her Twitter followers to cut a $6 or $60 check for the Obama Presidential Center in honor of the 44th president’s birthday. “My […]

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Former ICE agent retires amid Biden border free-for-all: 'We're pretty much screwed as a country'

Former ICE official: America ‘pretty much screwed’ because of Biden’s immigration policies Thomas Feeley says the president’s policies are enabling the border crisis on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ Recently retired senior Immigration and Customs Enforcement official Thomas Feeley left the agency after being fed up with the Biden administration’s border policies endangering national security. The former director of New York ICE […]

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‘Extreme anxiety’: Alleged Westpac fraudster breaks silence

Alleged Westpac fraudster Bill Papas says he’s been suffering from illness and anxiety since being hit with fraud allegations from Westpac and has had trouble responding to court orders because of his poor access to a computer and the internet in Greece. In an affidavit filed with the Federal Court on Wednesday, Mr Papas apologised for missing multiple court deadlines […]

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Security concerns over chip shortage are pushing governments to act, Moody’s says

More countries are pushing to produce their own semiconductor chips, which are in short supply globally, because "it's a matter of national security," according to Timothy Uy from Moody's Analytics. Memory chips are crucial for making a wide range of products. They are in smartphones, gaming consoles like PlayStation 5s, household appliances like fridges and washing machines, alarm clocks, and […]

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