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    World South African Covid variant appears to ‘obviate’ antibody drugs, Dr. Scott Gottlieb says – CNBC

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    World FDA advisor who voted against recommending Pfizer’s Covid vaccine explains why she would ‘be first in line’ to get it – CNBC

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    World ByteDance says it will not transfer algorithm and technology to Oracle as part of TikTok deal – CNBC

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    World Bill Gates: ‘The next big question’ is how to distribute coronavirus vaccines to people in need – CNBC

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    World Germany's sex workers demand to go back to work as coronavirus ban continues - CNBC

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    World Dr. Anthony Fauci says new virus in China has traits of 2009 H1N1 and 1918 pandemic flu – CNBC

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    World Trump says Fauci’s warnings about reopening amid coronavirus crisis are not ‘acceptable’ – CNBC

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    World Melinda Gates says scientists may find coronavirus vaccine that works by end of year ‘if we’re lucky’ – CNBC

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    World CDC says coronavirus survived in Princess Cruise ship cabins for up to 17 days after passengers left – CNBC

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    Business Bitcoin could be here for 100 years but it's more likely to 'totally collapse,' Nobel laureate says

    Bitcoin will likely “totally collapse,” Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller has told CNBC, adding that it reminds him of “tulip mania” centuries ago in the Netherlands. The Yale University professor said there are “bubbles everywhere,” not just in bitcoin, and added that he “doesn’t...
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    Business Uber Loses $708m In Q1 2017, Financial Chief Leaves

    Uber has announced it made a loss of a whooping $708million in the first 3 months of the year despite posting revenue of $3.4 billion. "The narrowing of our losses in the first quarter puts us on a good trajectory towards profitability," Uber said in a statement to CNBC. But Gautam Gupta, the...
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    Business Crude Oil Benchmark Falls Below $40 Per Barrel

    Global oil benchmark, Brent crude, fell on Tuesday, reflecting growing concerns that a two-month rally might be fading, as supply looked set to keep rising and there appeared to be little immediate prospect of demand keeping pace. It fell by $1.27, or 3.15 per cent, to $39 per barrel, while the...