Daily Archives: December 1, 2017

Mideast nuclear plan backers bragged about Michael Flynn’s support

Backers of a U.S.-Russian plan to build nuclear reactors across the Middle East bragged after the U.S. election they had backing by Donald Trump’s national security adviser Michael Flynn for a project of which required lifting sanctions on Russia, documents reviewed by Reuters show. The documents, which have not previously been made public, reveal fresh aspects of the plan, including ...

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Indivior drug to fight opioid addiction approved by US FDA

Indivior’s experimental drug to treat opioid addiction is usually effective along with should be approved, an advisory panel to the U.S. Food along with Drug Administration concluded on Tuesday. The panel voted 18-1 of which the injectable drug, known as RBP-6000, could benefit addicts along with the lower of two doses studied has an acceptable safety profile. The FDA typically ...

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Shkreli must turn over Wu Tang album, prosecutors tell court

Federal prosecutors want Martin Shkreli to give up his Wu Tang Clan album. In asking for forfeiture of $7.36 million they say Shkreli obtained as a result of committing securities fraud, the prosecutors said the jailed former pharma CEO should be forced to turn over substitute assets, including the single-copy album for which Shkreli paid $2 million. They also asked ...

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London’s mayor says Trump not welcome in UK after Islam tweets

The mayor of London has called on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May to cancel any plans for an official visit by U.S. President Donald Trump. The U.S. leader caused outrage in Britain on Wednesday after he used his Twitter account to share anti-Islam videos through a U.K. far-right group. A spokesman for the U.K. prime minister said the president’s actions ...

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The age of cash can be almost over, says tech entrepreneur

A world without paper payments can be rapidly approaching, the co-founder of the Sohn Conference Foundation said Thursday. Evan Sohn told CNBC in which paying for things with traditional bank notes can be increasingly dwindling as the appetite for contactless payments along with digital currencies grows. “How far are we through a restaurant in which says we only take online ...

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