Syndax Pharmaceuticals reveals data from phase 1 trial of axatilimab

Syndax Pharmaceuticals reveals data from phase 1 trial of axatilimab

Date: 2020-12-07 By Nikita Chaurasia

According to reliable sources, Massachusetts-headquartered clinical stage biopharmaceutical company, Syndax Pharmaceuticals Inc. has revealed an updated data from its Phase 1 trial of its patent axatilimab. The company w....

Alphabet’s Google to face lawsuit from NLRB for violating labor laws

In a recent turn of events, U.S. government body National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has reportedly issued a complaint against American multinational technology company, Google LLC for unlawfully monitoring as well as questioning its work....

Xiaomi shares drop by 7.1% after raising USD 3.9 billion in equity deal

Shares of Xiaomi Corporation, a Chinese multinational electronics company, witnessed a 7.1% drop during Hong Kong trading after the company secured USD 3.91 billion in fund raising which also included the city’s top-up placement. The....

Supercom signs a supply contract of PureSecurity EM suite in Wisconsin

Israel-based leading provider of advanced solutions for cybersecurity, IoT (Internet of Things) and e-Government sectors Supercom has reportedly signed a supply agreement to deliver its PureSecurity EM (Electronic Monitoring) product suite ....

FAA grants approval for mass air shipment of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine

Chicago-headquartered airline company United Airlines Inc. has reportedly started operating charter flights for the distribution of Pfizer Inc.’s COVID-19 vaccine after receiving approval from the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA). Fo....

Britain’s CMA to levy tougher competition rules on Google and Facebook

Facebook and Google accounted for around 80% of the total 14 billion pounds spent on digital advertising in 2019. MOW has reportedly accused Google of modifying its Chromium developer tools and Chrome browser to get greater control over ....

Amazon, U.S. Government team up to prevent sale of counterfeit goods

According to reliable sources, Washington-headquartered American multinational technology company, Amazon.com Inc has reportedly initiated a joint venture with the U.S. government’s counterfeit agency, the IPR Center (National Intelle....