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University of California at Davis and Moffitt Cancer Center in Florida Suspends Trial of Drug to be Funded by KaloBios Drug Following CEO’s Arrest

University of California at Davis and Moffitt Cancer Center in Florida Suspends Trial of Drug to be Funded by KaloBios Drug Following CEO’s ArrestA clinical trial which was to be funded by KaloBios Pharmaceuticals Inc. has been suspended by the University of California at Davis and Moffitt Cancer Center in Florida as the pharma company's CEO Martin Shkreli was arrested on Thursday on charges of securities fraud.

Rates in the Solar Market Spark Battle in the Industry

Solar-Market-FloridaThe number of solar installations on the roof tops in Ca

Record Number of Travelers Expected during the Holiday Season this Year; Los Angeles International Airport will be the Busiest

Record Number of Travelers Expected during the Holiday Season this Year; Los Angeles International Airport will be the BusiestThe winter breeze and dipping temperatures are reminders of the holiday season that's just around the corner. However, travelers who expect a quite travelling season can be disheartened as, roads as well as airports are expected to be very busy this year.

Qualcomm Facing Tough Competition and Delay in China but Still Optimistic

Qualcomm Facing Tough Competition and Delay in China but Still OptimisticSan Diego, California based Qualcomm Inc, forecasted first-quarter profits that did not meet the expectation of the analysts. The chip making company is struggling to keep up with strong competition from rivals in China and Taiwan. The company is also struggling with delays in closing licensing agreements in China.

Redstone Solar Project in Northern Cape being Developed by SolarReserve and ACWA Power

Redstone Solar Project in Northern Cape being Developed by SolarReserve and ACWA PowerSolarReserve, a California company and ACWA Power, a Saudi Arabian electricity producer are developing the Redstone solar project, which will be located in the Northern Cape.

Work Place Safety Agency of California Fines ExxonMobil in a Probe for Refinery Explosion

California Division of Occupational Safety and Health has cited and fined ExxonMobil for violating workplace safety with an amount of $560,000. The agency investigates workplace safety and accidents. The explosion in February that happened in the company's refinery at Los Angeles area drew the agency's attention.

The gravity of the blast was compared to the Chevron refinery fire that took place in Richmond in 2012.

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