Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc Tumbles With High Range Markets

Inovio or Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is one of the leading biotechnology companies involved with the creating vaccines and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) immunotherapies. These medicines are mainly used for treating cancer cells as well as other infectious diseases. Inovio has introduced many numbers of DNA-based immunotherapies along with the combinations of electroporation. These are mainly useful for delivering electroporation devices and generating immune responses. Recently, Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc., also called the nasdaq into has been greatly … Read More

Understanding pyramid schemes

By definition, a pyramid scheme is defined as a business model that is unsustainable and which entails the original investors making money through the recruitment of other people, usually through the selling of actual services or products. The pyramid scheme’s business model usually makes new investors make upfront payments to join the scheme. Usually, the money received from the recruits is used to pay the earlier investors. The new members can then recruit more individuals … Read More

Sweet Lawyers is a Personal Injury Attorney Law Firm in Costa Mesa, CA, Representing Accident Victims in Personal Injury Cases – Press Release

Costa Mesa, CA – Accident victims often find that the process involved in going against insurance companies to claim what they deserve in compensation for their losses can be complex. In some cases, insurance companies may deny the request or offer an amount that is insignificant compared to the losses suffered by the accident victim. To boost the chances of getting what they deserve, the team at Sweet Lawyers offers legal representation to personal injury

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Terry Reese: Congress should protect front-line nurses, not big insurance companies | Columns

Upon finishing nursing school, nurses across the country take the Nightingale Pledge and promise to devote their lives to service. Here in Missouri, thousands of nurses have upheld this noble goal and risked their lives on the front line treating almost 80,000 COVID-19 patients. These heroes deserve our respect, and our elected officials should do everything they can to support them.

As the president of the Missouri Nurses Association, it is my job to educate

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Khudobin sticks with Stars, Sens give Murray big money

Goalies are dominating the early headlines of 2020 NHL Free Agency, including the Dallas Stars signing Anton Khudobin, and the Ottawa Senators giving Matt Murray a stunning contract.

Stars sign Khudobin to three-year contract

Heading into 2020 NHL Free Agency, many expected Anton Khudobin to be priced out of Dallas. Nope, apparently not.

The Stars found a way to sign Khudobin, 34, to a three-year contract. Pierre LeBrun reports that the contract totals $10 million,

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Tesla owner, ACLU win injunction against DMV in ‘offensive’ vanity plate dispute

A Tesla Model 3 owner won a preliminary injunction on Friday against the Rhode Island DMV in a dispute involving the use of a vanity plate displaying the message “FKGAS.” In response to an anonymous complaint earlier this year, the agency belatedly determined the messaging was offensive and that the plate must be returned. However, a lawsuit was filed in partnership with the state’s American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) branch contesting the decision on constitutional

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Qualia forms integration partnership with title insurance company

Qualia, a digital real estate closing platform, has teamed up with Agents National Title Insurance Co. (ANTIC) for a suite of integrations.

Through the integrations, title agents working with ANTIC will now be able to complete all of their commitment and policy production work within the Qualia platform.

“We are excited to work with Agents National Title Insurance Co. to empower them to complete closings more efficiently and support their rapid growth,” said Nate Baker,

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Pearland’s StrongFound Personal Training stays successful pivoting during pandemic

When StrongFound Personal Training expanded the gym in 2019, it added a new addition in the back, which it turned into a lounge and more gym space. (Haley Morrison/Community Impact Newspaper)

StrongFound Personal Training sets itself apart with its target demographic: those who are 40 years old or older.

For owner Seena Khonsari, one of the most rewarding parts of the business is to work with older trainees. It is one thing to train a

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The NFL needs a playoff bubble to protect against coronavirus

The Deets is a weekday morning dose of commentary — delivered at 7 a.m. — from sports columnist Dieter Kurtenbach that wraps up everything important in the world of sports and looks forward to another crazy day ahead.


I know the NFL wants to expand its footprint. Teams play games on Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday in the league’s quest for total television domination.

But Tuesday Night Football? That’s a bridge too far.

Unfortunately, the

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This Local Milwaukee Business Owner Handmade About 3,000 Masks

Michelle Lopez, founder and designer of Mask On Mask Off has been in the fashion industry for over 20 years and owns a children’s clothing shop in Milwaukee. When the pandemic hit, the factory which produces the clothes for her store closed down. Seeing the need for personal protective equipment (PPE) and realizing she had the supplies and means to make her own masks, Lopez started hand-making masks out of her house in Milwaukee back

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Florida company selling asteroid insurance ahead of Nov. 2 fly-by

Scientists have said that an asteroid roughly the size of a school bus is headed for Earth, one day before Election

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Four Types of Scandals Utility Companies Get Into With Money From Your Electric Bills

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This article was produced in partnership with the Richmond Times-Dispatch, which is a member of the ProPublica Local Reporting Network.

Across the country, electric utilities have worked the levers of power to win favorable treatment from state policymakers.

This week, a Richmond Times-Dispatch and ProPublica investigation

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Prologis Leads Industrial REITs In Solar Power Deployment (NYSE:PLD)

Introduction

It’s obvious that the business case for industrial REITs to install rooftop solar power is not immediately compelling today – it is not a default standard feature for new warehouse construction. A few minutes scrolling around a satellite map shows a lot of empty warehouse roofs and documents the number of past and present decisions to not install solar panels.

However, as costs have declined, the business case has become stronger and may have

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Trump: President says DeJoy should lose job if campaign finance allegations true

Donald Trump has said his controversial appointment as US postmaster general should lose his job if allegations of campaign finance violations against him are proved.

Louis DeJoy, a Trump donor and Republican party fundraiser appointed to his role in May this year, pressured employees at his former company into making donations to GOP candidates, it has been claimed.

As owner of New Breed Logistics, a North Carolina-based supply chain firm sold to XPO in 2014,

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Companies make changes for employee health insurance amid pandemic – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

(CNN) — More coverage for virtual doctors’ visits. Expanded mental health benefits. Access to on-site health clinics.

As employees sign up for job-based coverage for 2021, they’ll find the coronavirus pandemic has changed some of the benefits that their companies are providing, experts said.

And premiums and out-of-pocket costs are expected to increase about 5%, which is more than wages and inflation have been rising, according to the Business Group on Health, which surveys large

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Laid Off With Money Left In A Dependent Care FSA? Here’s Help

If you were one of the millions of workers laid off in the coronavirus pandemic and you stashed money in a workplace dependent care flexible spending account (FSA) for 2020, you might not have to lose the money you contributed but didn’t spend down yet for child care expenses.

“We’re hearing a lot of employee outcry,” says Judith Wethall,

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Dallas Owner Mark Cuban Offers Assist to Former Maverick Delonte West

After a photo of former NBA player Delonte West begging on the side of the highway in Texas went viral, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban offered his former employee an assist.

Cuban was filmed on Monday picking up West at a gas station and was then able to bring him to a hotel to discuss the 37-year-old’s future options with his mother, Delphina Addison, TMZ Sports reported.

As of Tuesday morning, West had entered a

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Industrial Stocks Are Poised for Another Roaring ‘20s

Barron’s believes in what seems at first glance to be investing sacrilege: that industrial stocks are poised to outperform tech in coming years.

The tech-dominated

Nasdaq Composite

has returned about 18% a year on average for 10 years, while the information-technology components of the

S&P 500

have returned 20%. Returns from the index’s software components, including

Microsoft

(ticker: MSFT) and

Salesforce.com

(CRM), have averaged more than 23%, about double the figure for the market benchmark’s … Read More

Low demand for UK office workers reveals ‘asymmetric recovery’ | Business

Demand for office workers in the UK is lagging behind other types of work, according to data that suggests the labour market is undergoing an “asymmetric recovery” after the near-total freeze in hiring during the coronavirus lockdown.

The proportion of workers with new jobs in industries that mainly employ people in so-called white-collar roles – such as media, software and finance – has lagged behind other sectors despite the gradual return to workplaces, according to

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Contact 2: Insurance companies still offering pandemic rebates

ST. LOUIS – Life changed when the pandemic hit; for a lot of people, that meant no longer having a daily commute.

“At the onset of the pandemic, what we noticed was a pretty drastic shift in trends, both with driving miles that were being recorded through apps we have like ‘Drive Safe and Save’ and the claims volume we were seeing and the number of accidents that were being recorded,” said State Farm spokesman

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