Pfizer Identifies Fake Covid Shots Abroad as Criminals Exploit Vaccine Demand 

In Mexico, about 80 people received fraudulent doses, and in Poland authorities recovered vials containing anti-wrinkle drugs.

FDA Finds Poor Conditions at Contractor's Plant Making J&J Vaccine 

Inspectors found that the Emergent BioSolutions plant that was helping make Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 shot didn't maintain clean and sanitary conditions, and didn't follow procedures to prevent contamination.

Europe's Most Valuable Tech Company Can Help the Chip Shortage 

ASML is an expensive stock, but but it is in part an expression of the confidence in the company's ability to help fix the great chip shortage.

Verizon earnings and revenue rise, top expectations 

Verizon Communications Inc. topped earnings and revenue expectations Wednesday while detailing how its recent commitments for wireless spectrum will impact its financials.

Researchers Uncover Advertising Scam Targeting Streaming-TV Apps 

Fraudsters infected nearly one million mobile devices with software that mimicked streaming-TV apps and collected revenue from unsuspecting advertisers, according to a cybersecurity company.

Fatal Crash Has Negative ESG Implications for Tesla - ESG Insight 

The latest incident puts the electric-vehicle maker's Autopilot feature and its product quality and safety in the spotlight.

Silicon Valley's Deal Machine Is Cranking 

Years into a boom for venture capital, deal flow and valuations are reaching new peaks, and among the biggest beneficiaries are the companies vying to become the next big social-media platform.

Biotech Stocks Fall Out of Favor After Disappointing Trial Results, Big Rally 

Biotech shares have plummeted over the past two months, stung by setbacks in clinical trials and a rotation away from growth stocks.

NBCUniversal Hires Nielsen Executive to Expand Its Measurement Work 

The media giant named Kelly Abcarian to be executive vice president of measurement and impact.

Energy Giants Ditch Oil and Coal Assets. Smaller Rivals Want Them. 

BP, Rio Tinto and others are selling the projects for financial and environmental reasons, in a possible boon for those companies that want to double down on fossil fuels.


(END) Dow Jones Newswires

April 21, 2021 11:15 ET (15:15 GMT)

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