U.S. drugmaker AbbVie Inc is in discussions to sell a roughly $5 billion portfolio of women’s drugs acquired last year through its $63 billion purchase of Botox maker Allergan Plc, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
As airlines slashed flights and furloughs appeared inevitable in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, Mike Catania sensed there would be little need for a service that helped airline crews find short-term housing.
Britain’s newly established quarantine hotels received their first guests on Monday as the government tries to prevent new coronavirus variants from derailing a fast-moving vaccination drive that has delivered more than 15 million shots in ten weeks.
Restaurant owners say 25% capacity on indoor dining won't help business rebound.
Bitcoin can make you extremely rich. But it's worthless for owners who have lost their password.
GM is redesigning its logo for only the fifth time ahead of its upcoming electric car push.
A year after closing the deal, Kylie Cosmetics has both bolstered its new parent and dealt it some blows—though none that the company initially anticipated.
Some of Sir Isaac Newton's unpublished notes, including his discussion of the apocalypse, have sold at auction, for a whopping sum.
McCormick & Co. is nearing a deal to buy hot-sauce maker Cholula, according to people familiar with the matter, seeking to capitalize on demand for spicy condiments.
Now, U.S. paper and cardboard mills are figuring out how to turn that trash into new toilet paper, coffee cups, paper towels and cardboard boxes. And they have more material to work with as people order more food and packages to their homes during the coronavirus.
The treasures of the Green Vault survived Allied bombing raids in World War Two
NEW ORLEANS — The Army Corps of Engineers is considering whether potential environmental impacts require it to change, suspend or revoke the permit for a $9.4 billion plastics complex planned in Louisiana by a Taiwan company, U.S. Department of Justice lawyers said Wednesday.
As restaurants gear up to extend outdoor dining in colder parts of the country, many are seating guests in enclosed and sometimes heated structures. But when it comes to virus transmission, is eating in covered outdoor setups less risky than inside?
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Recent changes will make it tougher for prize pools to grow to larger-than-life amounts.