Startups that consider an end to cheap capital face tough decisions

Cube CEO Christina Ross (center) with her team Cube When Cube CEO Christina Ross began raising fundraisers for the startup of its financial planning software in February, cloud stocks were already down 40% from their 2021 highs, with much more to fall in the coming months. By the time Cube announced its $30 million Series … Read more

British Airways reaches deal with Heathrow staff to avoid summer strikes

Ggood morning. Putin is tightening his grip on businesses and workers as the Russian economy begins to falter. The Kremlin has proposed new laws that would force private companies to repair tanks and weapons and make new goods for the military. It would also impose “special measures” on workers, including night shifts and overtime. The … Read more

Step up help | News

Over the past year, material costs for construction projects have risen dramatically, but some creative local teamwork helps ensure it isn’t an obstacle for disabled residents of Cullman County who need a lift at home. With a generous dose of sweating fortune from members of the East and West Cullman Baptist Associations, the North Alabama … Read more

Proposed Ohio Amendment Would Limit Vaccine Mandates | Health, medicine and fitness

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution that would limit vaccine mandates imposed by companies, health care providers and governments is one step closer to a statewide vote. The proposal would prohibit those entities from discriminating against people based on vaccination status or from imposing a vaccine, medical procedure, treatment or … Read more

Physiomics FY22 Revenue, after-tax profit in line with market views

By Sabela Ojea Physiomics PLC said on Thursday that after-tax sales and profits are expected to be in line with market expectations for fiscal year 2022. The oncology consultancy said the appointment of three new members — two technical staff and a head of business development — is expected to lead to increased revenues for … Read more

American Airlines pilots get triple pay for trips that have fallen in scheduling trouble

An American Airlines Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner approaches for landing at Miami International Airport on December 10, 2021 in Miami, Florida. Joe Raedle | Getty Images American Airlines pilots and the Pilots’ Union agreed to triple compensation for pilots who could drop thousands of flights over the weekend in July due to a schedule failure, they … Read more

CANbridge Forms Scientific Advisory Board to Guide Global Development of CAN106 in Complement Mediated Diseases | Business Finance

BEIJING & CAMBRIDGE, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–July 6, 2022– CANbridge Pharmaceuticals Inc. (HKEX:1228), a China-US-based global biopharmaceutical company committed to the research, development and commercialization of transformative therapies for rare diseases and rare oncology, announced that it has formed a Scientific Advisory Board on Complementary Diseases focused on the worldwide development of CAN106, a novel long-acting monoclonal … Read more

Britain’s Boris Johnson fights to remain prime minister during uprising | Health, medicine and fitness

By DANICA KIRKA and JILL LAWLESS – Associated Press LONDON (AP) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson fought to remain in office on Wednesday, brushing aside calls for his resignation after three cabinet ministers and a slew of senior officials said they could no longer serve under his scandal-plagued leadership. Johnson rejected demands that he … Read more

More pain is coming for investors who buy now, pay later, says Jim Cramer

CNBC’s Jim Cramer warned investors on Wednesday that if they buy now and pay for stocks later, they should brace themselves for more damage to their portfolios. “These stocks should never have been worth that much in the first place. Their business models were much more attractive when interest rates were incredibly low, but it … Read more