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BioNtech and Pfizer have already produced millions of doses of its vaccine so it can deliver on pre-purchasing contracts.
While iPhone 12 sales won't show up in Thursday's report, commentary on iPhone demand will be closely monitored by investors and analysts alike.
A potential agreement would add to Marvell's reach in the networking industry, which has been one of Inphi's strongest growth-drivers this year.
Many analysts will be looking out for the tech giant's advertising revenue after some advertisers partially boycotted the platform this summer.
US futures rose after stocks crumbled the previous day, as concern over a spike in COVID-19 cases days ahead of the election hit risk assets.
Lisa Shalett said the market could gain 12% in the next nine months if fiscal stimulus is passed in the lame duck period after Election Day.
Soaring coronavirus cases, dashed stimulus hopes, and election uncertainties have all contributed to the week's spike in volatility expectations.
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European banking and oil stocks get hit the hardest, as cases surge in the region's two biggest economies.
"Topgolf is the best thing that happened to golf since Tiger Woods," Callaway CEO Chip Brewer said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.
Microsoft reported earnings for its fiscal first quarter after the market closed on Tuesday.
Some industry titans including Mike Novogratz and Raoul Pal chimed in, while other Twitter users replied with sardonic tips of their own.
"You're taking a big gamble being wrongly positioned should 2020 end up looking like 2016, in which the polls were wrong," CFRA's Sam Stovall said.
Palantir's discounted valuation "underappreciates" its momentum, government opportunity, and a strong shift to software sales, Morgan Stanley said.
In McConaughey’s words, True Detective was the “best Oscar campaigner” there ever was.He has recently given an interview to GQ magazine to promote his memoir “Greenlights.” When asked about his Oscar, he replied in a straightforward tone that “True Detective” Season 1 helped him gain a strategic advantage for the 2014 Oscar because his role of Rustin “Rust” Cohle became so popular at that time that even the pundits who decided the winner of the Best Actor award had to become biased towards him.And he isn’t lying when he says that the role has become popular.The memes of Rustin Cohle had stormed all over the social media, his dialogues were a common witty reply in almost every other tweet, his acting garnered bewilderment of critics like never before, and by the time Season 1 had ended, Rustin Cohle had etched his name in the history books as one of the greatest television characters of all time.Before True Detective Season 1 hit the screens on January the 14th 2014, everybody believed that 2014 had to be Leonardo DiCaprio’s year because even though he had Matthew McConaughey of Dallas Buyers Club and Chiwetel Ejiofor of “12 Years a Slave” to compete against, his role of Jordan Belfort in the film “The Wolf of Wall Street” was regarded by many as the clear cut favorite because his fans were becoming increasingly restless due to his lack of recognition at Oscars.However, as explained by McConaughey in the interview, everything changed after the arrival of True Detective.The release of the HBO apogee coincided with the 2014 Oscar Season, and to be even more specific, McConaughey’s Oscar nomination also came days after the release of the series.So, people who were deciding the Best Actor award winner were bombarded with the buzz around Season 1, whose popularity was soaring at an exponential rate week after week.Furthermore, even the people walking on the streets sometimes had the imprint-“I am the Yellow King.”Long story short, everybody in the United States knew how good True Detective Season 1 is and what the actor has done in the role of the protagonist- “Rustin Cohle.”McConaughey firmly believes that the series was a game-changer, and if it hadn’t been released around that time, he wouldn’t have gone past Leonardo DiCaprio.
Facebook India’s controversial policy director, Ankhi Das, has left the company in order to pursue a career in public service. Das was famously alleged to play a crucial role in stopping moderators from removing posts from India’s ruling Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) that incited communal violence. In August, the Wall Street Journal reported that the public policy chief intervened more than once to keep BJP leaders’ posts on Facebook that contained provocative comments against Rohingya Muslims and alleged the Muslim community was spreading the coronavirus, separately. On the company’s internal forum, Das posted that the mission of connecting India has… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook
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Every Tuesday this month, Vergecast co-host Dieter Bohn will host a series of discussions diving deep into tech review season, each focusing on a specific product.
This week, Dieter brings back Vergecast co-host Nilay Patel and Joanna Stern, a senior personal technology columnist at The Wall Street Journal, to discuss their reviews of Apple’s iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro.
The reviews for the latest iteration of Apple’s flagship phone have been out for about a week now. Dieter reviewed the iPhone 12, Nilay reviewed the iPhone 12 Pro, and Joanna reviewed them both side by side.
Dieter walks through what features Joanna and Nilay focused on in their reviews — Joanna’s 5G at a football stadium, Nilay’s Dolby Vision videos — and how...
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