Moderna Inc. shares fell after the pharmaceutical company lost an appeal of a patent ruling involving a rival’s drug-delivery technology, which could make its Covid-19 vaccine vulnerable to infringement suits.
Match Group Inc. said it will pay $441 million to resolve a hard-fought legal battle with Tinder’s founders over the valuation of the mobile dating app, ending a nearly monthlong trial just before it went to the jury.
President Joe Biden doesn’t likely have the power to mandate vaccines for federal contractors and their subcontractors, a Kentucky federal court said Tuesday, halting the order issued by the administration for the conservative-led states challenging it.
The federal labor board’s decision to order a do-over union election at an Amazon.com Inc. warehouse in Alabama delivered a rebuke to the world’s largest e-commerce company, but it may make little difference to the final outcome.
The full Fifth Circuit on Tuesday vacated a decision from a three-judge panel that largely kept in place President Joe Biden’s guidance to limit immigration arrests and deportations while a challenge to those policies plays out in federal court.
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