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May 14, 2023
American Justin Thomas will try to defend his title next week at the PGA Championship Americans have had a stranglehold on the PGA Championship for seven years, but if they can’t keep that streak going next week, no US man will be a reigning major golf champion. Should an American not lift the crown at […]
May 13, 2023
While more signs point to the US economy slowing and the Federal Reserve making progress in its inflation fight, Washington could soon destroy all that while jolting the global economy in unprecedented fashion. US President Joe Biden is expected . . .
Hi Quartz members! It’s always good to avoid a worst-case scenario. As the US Federal Reserve hiked interest rates, inflation
May 11, 2023
(Adds quotes, details from IMF news conference) By David Lawder WASHINGTON, May 11 (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund said on Thursday that a U.S. debt default prompted by failure to raise the country’s debt ceiling would have “very serious repercussions” for the U.S. economy as well as the global economy, including likely higher borrowing […]
May 6, 2023
By James Shea
For Oscar Kemp, the journey from Southside Virginia to East Africa was marked both by childhood and Virginia Commonwealth University. Kemp graduates in May with a bachelor’s degree in social work with a minor in public policy, and . . .
Uncertainties around the extension of the deal 18 May is on the agenda of all observers of international trade. On that date (small delay is possible), we will know if the Black Sea Grain Initiative is extended. Until now, the Black Sea Grain Initiative has been key to moderate global prices of grains (see first […]
May 5, 2023
ACFAM co-founder and Professor Emeritus Gary Warner was the first Black faculty member at McMaster. In his long association with the university, he has opened doors for and supported Black students, faculty and staff, fostering Black success and excellence. (Photo by Georgia Kirkos) “Even though I hadn’t officially accepted my offer yet, I already felt […]
May 4, 2023
Our world is being destroyed by throwaway plastic. Plastic pollution has flooded our planet, harming people’s health, accelerating social injustice, destroying biodiversity and fueling the climate crisis. Plastic is just fossil fuel in disguise The fact is that 99% of plastic is made from oil and gas — and Big . . .
Agreement offers exclusive rights to commercialize six products in key areas of anti-infectives and oncology. Products from Adalvo slated for near- to mid-term launches, with four out of six anticipated to be first-to-market Sandoz continues to expand patient access to much-needed medications, drive patient savings, and ensure the sustainability of healthcare systems worldwide Basel, May […]
May 3, 2023
By James Shea
For Oscar Kemp, the journey from Southside Virginia to East Africa was marked both by childhood and Virginia Commonwealth University. Kemp graduates in May with a bachelor’s degree in social work with a minor in public policy, and he . . .