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Major Study Casts Doubt on COVID-19 Herd Immunity After Patient Antibodies...

Population-wide immunity to the novel coronavirus could be "unachievable" with antibodies to the virus disappearing after just a few weeks in some patients, according...

Becoming a Parent Makes You 25% Less Environmentally Friendly, New Research...

It's not unusual for parents to worry about the next generation and the future planet they'll inherit, but new research suggests having children doesn't...

H&M lines up supply chain to deliver protective gear to hospitals

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's H&M (), the world's second-biggest fashion retailer, said on Sunday it would use its vast supply network to source personal...

Airline SAS to cut, suspend U.S. flights

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - SAS () said on Friday it would cut flights to some U.S. destinations and suspend traffic to others in...

Exclusive: France to allow some Huawei gear in its 5G network...

PARIS (Reuters) - France will authorize the use of some of Huawei's equipment in the rollout of its 5G network, two sources close to...

Global airlines call for government aid and United warns of cuts...

CHICAGO/PARIS (Reuters) - Airlines on Thursday appealed for urgent government financial support as U.S. carriers rushed to cut flights to Europe in the wake...

Volkswagen plans to tap electric car batteries to compete with power...

BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen's () expansion in electric cars will open up new business opportunities in storing and managing energy, encroaching on...

Airline SAS sees double-digit percentage fall in bookings

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Airline SAS () has seen a double-digit percentage fall in bookings due to the coronavirus outbreak, its chief executive told Danish...

No Bank & Fintech Accounts For EU Citizens In Sweden

Review of a potential 'unintentional discrimination' of up to 25.500 EU citizens a year in Sweden. ... Getty Despite regulatory changes that were...

Estonian minister blamed for slow reform after Danske scandal

TALLINN (Reuters) - Estonia's far-right finance minister has been criticized by lawmakers for holding up financial reforms promised after the Baltic state became the...