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The European Union is willing to discuss a proposal to waive intellectual property rights for COVID-19 vaccines, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Thursday, as drugmakers fought their ground and their share prices slipped.
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It was Saturday night in downtown San Diego, and J Street near the Petco Park baseball stadium was bustling.
Sustainable BusinessTop U.S. fund leader wants voluntary climate disclosure rules
A top fund industry leader on Thursday urged U.S. regulators to adopt only voluntary climate-related disclosure standards for public companies rather than the stricter rules sought by some activists and investment firms.