Chris Mullaney


Biden’s Visit to Vietnam Sparks Business Talks and Unveils AI and Boeing Deals

Executives from leading U.S. and Vietnamese firms in the semiconductor, technology, and aviation industries convened on Monday in an effort to forge business partnerships during President Joe Biden’s visit to Hanoi, which has resulted in new agreements involving aircraft and AI. According to the meeting agenda, senior executives from Google (GOOGL.O), Intel (INTC.O), Amkor (AMKR.O),…

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Shocking Findings: Five Million Vapes Discarded Weekly, Reveals Recent Research

According to the study, only 17% of vapers recycle their vapes in the proper recycling containers. If not disposed of properly, vapes can cause fires in garbage lorries and waste treatment facilities. The vaping business claims to be working hard to increase recycling rates. Disposable vapes, which are cheap plastic devices designed to provide a…

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Climate Scientist Acknowledges Narrow Focus on Global Warming in US Wildfires Study to Secure Publication

To get his paper published, a climate scientist acknowledged to misrepresenting the impact of global warming on California wildfires. According to Patrick T Brown, studies on climate change are rejected by scientific journals if they do not’support specific narratives,’ and they prefer ‘distorted’ research that exaggerates hazards. He claims that his study, headlined ‘Climate warming…

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Gates Foundation Invests $95 Million in Anheuser-Busch Stock Amid Bud Light Financial Challenges

After months of criticism and plummeting stock prices, Bill Gates’ foundation trust purchased 1.7 million shares of Anheuser-Busch InBev. According to an SEC filing, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Trust purchased the shares, valued at approximately $95 million, last quarter. What is the source of the dispute around Bud Light? Anheuser-Busch suffered a setback…

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Legal Marijuana, Elevated Risks: Increased Traffic Accidents Linked to Driving While Stoned

According to a new study, driving stoned is more risky than driving drunk in Canada, where recreational cannabis was legalized in 2018. The study discovered that marijuana-related road accidents requiring emergency room treatment increased 475% between 2010 and 2021. Car accidents caused by drunk driving increased only 9.4% during the same time period, despite the…

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Abortion Rates Soar in Bordering States: New Analysis Sheds Light on Ban Effects

According to a new analysis, abortions have increased significantly in places where they are still permitted post-Dobbs. The gains have been especially high in states bordered by restrictions, implying widespread travel for care. The Guttmacher Institute, a sexual and reproductive health research and policy group that supports abortion rights, introduced a new dashboard on Thursday…

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