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WHO’s inquiry into COVID-19 outbreak ‘highly chaperoned,’ says ex-NSC official

A senior fellow at the Atlantic Council called for a substantial, international investigation into the origins of the coronavirus and said the World Health Organization’s inquiry has been dreadfully inadequate. Jamie Metzl, who has previously served in the National Security Council during the Clinton administration, told CBS’ “60 Minutes” that the WHO’s investigation in Wuhan… Read More »

A year into Sanofi’s revamp, CEO Paul Hudson collects €11.34M in 2020 pay—including that signing bonus

A few months after joining Sanofi in 2019, CEO Paul Hudson laid out new R&D priorities and cut bait on some operations that weren’t delivering. Then, several weeks later, he shook up management. That revamp began in December 2019. And for the first full year of his effort to revitalize the French drugmaker, the helmsman has collected a… Read More »

Five governors besides Cuomo who sent COVID-19-positive patients into nursing homes

Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York was not the only state leader to have directed nursing homes to admit patients who had been hospitalized for COVID-19. Governors from Michigan, California, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, all Democrats, enacted similar policies last year as fears grew that hospitals would be overwhelmed with new patients and too few… Read More »