Valneva SE updates

The UK has terminated an agreement with France-based biotech company Valneva for the supply of at least 100m doses of Covid-19 vaccine, saying the company was in breach of its obligations under the deal.

The company “strenuously” denied the claim in a statement on Monday. The deal was worth up to €1.4bn, with manufacturing due to take place in Scotland and deliveries due to start in 2022.

The vaccine candidate uses a whole inactivated virus to elicit an immune response against

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Minutes after the news broke this week that Doug Field, the former Tesla executive who led Apple’s car project, was defecting to Ford, the Cupertino company’s venture called an all-hands meeting.

Field, who explained he was joining the Detroit carmaker for the chance “to try to make a difference”, was the latest in a long line of exits from Project Titan, Apple’s secretive plan to build a self-driving car.

He was the fourth head of the project to depart in seven years, and the team has bled three other senior executives in the past few months. Staff were jittery as

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Because of the nature of mental property, a business wants safety in every jurisdiction in which they’re involved about competitors. Many international locations are signatories to worldwide treaties concerning mental property, and thus firms registered in these nations are subject to national legal guidelines sure by these treaties. In order to guard trade secrets, companies may require workers to sign noncompete clauses which is able to impose limitations on an worker’s interactions with stakeholders, and competitors. Many companies are … Read More

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“People react to fear, not love,” Richard Nixon once said about US voters. “They don’t teach that in Sunday school but it’s true.”

In the 20 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Nixon’s jaundiced view of democracy has been put to the test and found to be frequently true. But the story of how America was changed by the first attack on its homeland since Pearl Harbor is better grasped from the ground than via the four-yearly presidential cycle.

No matter how far they were from the smouldering wreck of the Twin Towers, Americans awoke on 9/12 to a world

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