A wave of new flu vaccines designed for the first time to focus on individual groups, including children, the elderly and people with allergies, may help boost U.S. vaccination rates as the new season develops this year.
Mild temperatures along the U.S. East Coast and Canadian Maritimes will reduce energy demand this week in some of the region’s largest cities, said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC.
Linklaters LLP advised ThyssenKrupp AG, Germany’s largest steelmaker, on its agreement to sell its U.S. plant to ArcelorMittal and Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp. as it seeks to offload operations that are the worst investments in its more than 200-year history.
For-profit Caribbean medical schools that don’t have access to U.S. federal loans are finding a way around the rules: Encouraging some students to enroll simultaneously in online master’s programs at U.S. universities.
Soybeans fell from a 10-week high on speculation that higher cash prices prompted U.S. farmers to increase sales and as rains boosted crops in South America. Wheat also declined, while corn was unchanged.
Former New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes agreed to a three-year contract worth $24 million with the Minnesota Twins, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported, citing a person familiar with the negotiations.