Anheuser-Busch Pulls Budweiser Super Bowl Ads
The beer giant said it would redirect funds to vaccine outreach.
AMC Raises $917 Million to Keep Theaters Open
The new equity and debt capital "means that any talk of an imminent bankruptcy for AMC is completely off the table."
Merck Drops Out of COVID-19 Vaccine Race
Merck's announcement that it is shelving its two vaccine candidates "marks a shocking setback for one of the most storied vaccine makers."
United Airlines CEO Backs Vaccine Mandate for Workers
"I think the right thing to do is for United Airlines, and for other companies, to require [COVID] vaccines."
U.S. Loses 140,000 Jobs Amid New Lockdowns
The December jobs report shows "the economy’s not just tapping on the brakes, but actually has been thrown into reverse."
Moderna Q3 Revenues Beat Estimates
The biotech is preparing for the global launch of its potential COVID-19 vaccine.
Be Ready to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine in Two Months, CDC Says
Public health authorities were notified to prepare to distribute a coronavirus vaccine as early as late October.
AstraZeneca Inks COVID-19 Vaccine Supply Deal
The pharma giant agreed to pay Oxford Biomedica $20 million to reserve 1,000 liters of production capacity.
Pfizer, BioNTech to Supply U.S. Government Up to 600M Doses of Coronavirus Vaccine
The initial 100 million doses ordered is valued at $1.95 billion.
J&J Speeds Up Timeline for Coronavirus Vaccine
After lagging behind other companies, J&J now expects to begin a late-stage study of its vaccine candidate in September.
Merck Enters Race to Develop COVID Vaccine
The world's largest vaccine maker is no longer on the COVID sidelines after acquiring an Austrian biotech and teaming up with a nonprofit.