Tag Archives: Move

Kodak execs didn’t illegally trade stock while touting big move into pharma: report

Eastman Kodak’s pharma ambitions took a hit when insider trading accusations put $ 765 million in U.S. funding on the skids. But a special committee hired by Kodak’s board has now cleared its top brass of wrongdoing—a decision that could clear its path into drug manufacturing. The board-appointed committee cleared (PDF) Kodak’s executives and shareholders… Read More »

Sanofi to move ahead with complicated API spinoff worth up to €2B: Reuters

The world has changed since Sanofi in February unveiled its intention to spin off its API production operations in Europe, but the company is still pressing ahead with the split, sources told Reuters. Sanofi will start prepping this fall for a stock market listing of the new company by 2022 and is discussing the business with potential investors, including France’s… Read More »

US coronavirus death toll passes 80,000 as states move to phased reopening

America marked that grim death toll Monday as almost every state has made plans to partially reopen some businesses, something critics fear might contribute to an increase in the daily reports of fatalities. In New York, where there have been more than 26,000 deaths, coronavirus infection and hospitalization rates are down to where they were… Read More »

Physical Activity Guidelines Emphasize Move More And Sit Less

The 2nd edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans provides advice and information on the amounts and types of physical activity for improving the health of various population groups. The emphasis of the recommendations is that moving more and sitting less will benefit just about everyone.1✅ JOURNAL REFERENCEPMID: 30418471 Recommendations: Preschool children aged 3… Read More »

Move the Movember: We’re in This Together

This month, Billy Tyler is doing the “Move the Movember,” is walking sixty miles during the month of November (in 20 mile increments) to raise money and awareness for men’s mental health and suicide awareness. “That’s 60 miles for the 60 men we lose to suicide each hour, every hour across the world.” We caught… Read More »

Immigrants don’t move state-to-state for health benefits – Stanford University News

November 18, 2019 Stanford researchers find no ‘magnet effect’ when states extend public health insurance to immigrants When states expand public health insurance to include low-income, legal immigrants, it does not lead to out-of-state immigrants moving in search of benefits. Facebook Twitter Email By Melissa De Witte Immigrants, once settled in a particular state, will… Read More »