COVID-19

United Sweepstakes Gives Vaccinated Customers a Shot to Win Free Flights, a Year of Travel

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"Your Shot to Fly" sweepstakes aims to encourage COVID-19 vaccinations in support of the Biden administration's national effort to encourage people to get vaccinated

United is only U.S. airline where customers can upload COVID-19 testing and vaccination records directly to the airline's app and website via the Travel-Ready Center

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"Your Shot to Fly" sweepstakes aims to encourage COVID-19 vaccinations in support of the Biden administration's national effort to encourage people to get vaccinated

United is only U.S. airline where customers can upload COVID-19 testing and vaccination records directly to the airline's app and website via the Travel-Ready Center

Balancing the Short- and Long-Term, Simultaneously

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The success of a business is measured in myriad ways, sometimes changing hourly, weekly, or annually. In the short- and long-term, a company will find itself facing any number of challenges and it must be prepared to respond or have the foresight to be proactive.

Employees Are Still Skipping Lunch Despite Working From Home, New Tork Survey Finds

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Despite 91% of people surveyed working just as much, if not more, during the COVID-19 pandemic, a majority of workers are still skipping their lunch break. A recent survey by Tork shows taking a lunch break, particularly with takeout, has positive effects on employee happiness, engagement, and productivity – and helps support local restaurants.

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Despite 91% of people surveyed working just as much, if not more, during the COVID-19 pandemic, a majority of workers are still skipping their lunch break. A recent survey by Tork shows taking a lunch break, particularly with takeout, has positive effects on employee happiness, engagement, and productivity – and helps support local restaurants.

The Essential Podcast, Episode 39: Accelerating Black Inclusion in Financial Services - Institutional and Cultural Barriers

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About this Episode

Yasmine Chinwala, Partner at the London-based think tank New Financial, and Pierre Davis, Chief Legal Officer at S&P Global Platts, explore New Financial’s latest research on inclusion of Black individuals in the U.K. professional sector, the absence of Black faces in finance, and what companies should do next in the wake of the murder of George Floyd.

Cerro Verde, a Freeport-McMoRan Company, Continues Oxygen Donations and Other Pandemic Relief to Arequipa Hospitals

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With the number of COVID-19 cases surging in southern Peru near where Cerro Verde operates, the mine is providing oxygen cylinders and oxygen concentrators and their accessories to health centers in the Arequipa Region.

COVID's "19": The Weight We've Gained

The pandemic added to an already heavy health burden for those facing diabetes. We're working to lighten the load.
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Maybe the "19" in COVID-19 was always going to be a reminder of the literal pounds many gained throughout the course of the pandemic?

(For the record, it stands for 2019, the year the virus was identified.)

CEOs of Biopharmaceutical Companies CTLT, GSK, INCY, MRK, MRNA, PFE, SNY, TAK, UCB Share Long-Term Business Plans with Investors

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NEW YORK, June 7, 2021 /3BL Media/ —Representing $800 billion in market capitalization, nine CEOs from the biopharma sector will speak virtually about their company’s long-term approach to sustainable business, June 7-8, 2021.

How Many COVID-19 Vaccines Has the UK Actually Donated to Poorer Countries?

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Why Global Citizens Should Care

The United Nations’ 17 Global Goals set a roadmap to end extreme poverty by 2030. But the COVID-19 pandemic has hugely undermined progress on achieving these goals. The quickest way to end the pandemic and ensure the world gets back on track is to make sure all countries have access to vaccines and a chance to recover, a process that is being thwarted by rich nations hoarding vaccines. To find out more about vaccine equity and take action, join us here.

 

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Why Global Citizens Should Care

The United Nations’ 17 Global Goals set a roadmap to end extreme poverty by 2030. But the COVID-19 pandemic has hugely undermined progress on achieving these goals. The quickest way to end the pandemic and ensure the world gets back on track is to make sure all countries have access to vaccines and a chance to recover, a process that is being thwarted by rich nations hoarding vaccines. To find out more about vaccine equity and take action, join us here.

 

CNH Industrial 'We Care, We Share' Outreach Program in Thailand Continues

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The Covid-19 situation remains critical in Thailand. The CNH Industrial team in Bangkok has been supporting communities from the onset. Their latest batch of donations, which they deliver themselves to communities, hospitals and field hospitals, includes supplies of personal protection equipment, disinfectant solution and drinking water.

American Airlines Raises Nearly $1.5 Million for Global COVID-19 Relief Efforts

AAdvantage® members helped to make a difference on a global scale by supporting the American Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies' critical mission
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American Airlines raised nearly $1.5 million in support of the American Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies’ efforts to fight the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic around the world, including Brazil, India and other countries in need of assistance to battle the devastating virus. The airline and more than 11,000 of its AAdvantage® members raised the full amount in less than one month.

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