ASML shares fall on report US wants to restrict sales to China

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Reuters UK

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -Shares in ASML Holding , a key supplier of equipment to semiconductor makers, fell on Tuesday following a Bloomberg News report that the U.S. government wants to restrict the company from selling equipment to China. ASML has already been unable to ship its most advanced tools to China, but the report said Washington would also restrict the sale of slightly older machines, citing “people familiar with the matter.” A spokesperson for ASML said the company was unaware of any policy change. “The discussion is not new,” the spokesperson said. “No decisions have been made, and w… Read More “ASML shares fall on report US wants to restrict sales to China”

Voyantis’ predictive growth OS raises $19M to help online businesses achieve profitability

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New York Tech Media

Voyantis, a prediction-based growth OS, unveils its codeless AI platform, which enables growth and marketing teams to acquire and retain high-value users for greater long-term profitability. Up until recently, the growth-at-any-cost approach reigned supreme, as companies and investors alike focused on acquiring users, regardless of profitability. There was additionally an inflation of costs tied to user acquisition, as well as privacy restrictions in iOS and other operating systems, and ad networks. The dramatic changes in the market, combined with their after effects, carried over to the firs… Read More “Voyantis’ predictive growth OS raises $19M to help online businesses achieve profitability”

Report: Mayfield Trade Suitor ’Never Really That Interested’

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Sports Illustrated

By Daniela Perez To the dismay of some, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport does not believe the quarterback will end up on this roster. View the original article to see embedded media. Theories about Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield’s next landing spot continue to circulate through the World wide web. Pairings for the 2018 No. 1 draft pick continue to be thrown around for franchises in need of their next star quarterback after Mayfield’s very public breakup with the Cleveland club. Places like the Panthers and the Seahawks have made the shortlist for internet sleuths as potential courtships. NFL Netw… Read More “Report: Mayfield Trade Suitor ’Never Really That Interested’”

SI:AM | Julio Rodríguez Is Living Up to the Hype

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By Dan Gartland The Mariners rookie is off to a historically great start. Good morning, I’m Dan Gartland. I hope everyone had a restful holiday weekend. In today’s SI:AM: ⚾ The Mariners’ rookie sensation 🇯🇵 The new life of a sumo superstar 🏒 History in the NHL If you’re reading this on SI.com, you can sign up to get this free newsletter in your inbox each weekday at SI.com/newsletters. He could be one of the youngest All-Stars everMariners rookie Julio Rodríguez is showing why he was ranked as a consensus top-three prospect in baseball before this season. With a home run yesterday, Rodríguez s… Read More “SI:AM | Julio Rodríguez Is Living Up to the Hype”

WNBA Coach Has Brutally Honest Admission On Brittney Griner Situation

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The Spun

By Alek Arend It’s been a while since Brittney Griner was home. She’s been in Russian custody since airport officials found an illegal substance in her luggage back in February. Many – including fans and professional athletes – have come to her defense, demanding Russian officials release and allow her to return home. Would this situation be any different if, say, LeBron James was the one stuck in Russia? WNBA coach Vanessa Nygaard thinks so. In fact she thinks if this was LeBron he would have been allowed to return home a while ago. “If it was LeBron, he’d be home, right?” Nygaard asked, via … Read More “WNBA Coach Has Brutally Honest Admission On Brittney Griner Situation”

How Dunkin’, Starbucks Are Making a Play For a New Market

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The Street

By Colette Bennett This unusual food might seem like a new innovation, but it has a long lineage. American companies have a history of trying to get in on ideas that originated in Asia. Take the Korean beauty market, or “K-beauty” as it’s often called, which started to make headway into the United States around 2015. People crowded onto Reddit to discuss the “10-step routine,” an elaborate skincare process that promises to deliver what’s known in South Korea as “glass skin.” U.S. brands hustled to get on board, and soon enough L’oreal (LRLCF) brand Maybelline had its own version of innovations… Read More “How Dunkin’, Starbucks Are Making a Play For a New Market”

How Pfizer Won the Pandemic, Reaping Outsize Profit and Influence

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California Healthline

The grinding two-plus years of the pandemic have yielded outsize benefits for one company — Pfizer — making it both highly influential and hugely profitable as covid-19 continues to infect tens of thousands of people and kill hundreds each day. Its success in developing covid medicines has given the drugmaker unusual weight in determining U.S. health policy. Based on internal research, the company’s executives have frequently announced the next stage in the fight against the pandemic before government officials have had time to study the issue, annoying many experts in the medical field and le… Read More “How Pfizer Won the Pandemic, Reaping Outsize Profit and Influence”

How Pfizer Won the Pandemic, Reaping Outsize Profit and Influence

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Kaiser Health News

The grinding two-plus years of the pandemic have yielded outsize benefits for one company — Pfizer — making it both highly influential and hugely profitable as covid-19 continues to infect tens of thousands of people and kill hundreds each day. Its success in developing covid medicines has given the drugmaker unusual weight in determining U.S. health policy. Based on internal research, the company’s executives have frequently announced the next stage in the fight against the pandemic before government officials have had time to study the issue, annoying many experts in the medical field and le… Read More “How Pfizer Won the Pandemic, Reaping Outsize Profit and Influence”

Yvette Nicole Brown on “Fairfax” and Hybebeast Culture

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By Nadja Sayej We know Yvette Nicole Brown for her honesty. The award-winning actor always finds a way to weave in blaring truths about society — be it dating, love, family battles or more — in her roles, onscreen and behind the scenes as a voice actor. We might know her for making Loni Lovehide under the table on The Real, or from one of her many roles on TV and film, including Shirley Bennett on the NBC comedy show Community or Dina Rose on ABC’s The Mayor. Among her long list of credits, Brown, 50, has also been on Will & Grace, The Office and That ’70s Show and has been a guest co-host on … Read More “Yvette Nicole Brown on “Fairfax” and Hybebeast Culture”

Russian rouble falls to 2-week low, Rusal shares leap on merger talk

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Reuters UK

MOSCOW (Reuters) – The rouble fell against the dollar to the lowest in two weeks on Tuesday, while shares in aluminium producer Rusal leapt as Russian businessman Vladimir Potanin hinted at a possible merger with mining giant Nornickel. At 0759 GMT, the rouble was 2.6% weaker against the dollar at 56.68, its weakest point since June 20. The unit had lost 1.4% to trade at 58.58 versus the euro. The rouble’s recent slump from more than seven-year highs hit last Wednesday is just a correction on the market, said Alor Broker in a note. “It is too early to talk about a break in the rouble’s strengt… Read More “Russian rouble falls to 2-week low, Rusal shares leap on merger talk”