Understanding Chemical-Biological Interaction

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What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:
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What is a new in 2017?

PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors.

We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


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Iran says it captured British oil tanker, may have seized second ship; oil prices move higher

In this undated photo issued Friday July 19, 2019, by Stena Bulk, showing the British oil tanker Stena Impero at unknown location, which is believed to have been captured by Iran. President Donald Trump said Iran may have seized two tankers in the Strait of Hormuz Friday, after Iran’s Revolutionary Guard says it seized a British tanker and several news outlets reported a second British ship was heading towards Iran. The IRGC said the British tanker, Stena Impero, failed to follow international m


In this undated photo issued Friday July 19, 2019, by Stena Bulk, showing the British oil tanker Stena Impero at unknown location, which is believed to have been captured by Iran. President Donald Trump said Iran may have seized two tankers in the Strait of Hormuz Friday, after Iran’s Revolutionary Guard says it seized a British tanker and several news outlets reported a second British ship was heading towards Iran. The IRGC said the British tanker, Stena Impero, failed to follow international m
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Iran says it captured British oil tanker, may have seized second ship; oil prices move higher

In this undated photo issued Friday July 19, 2019, by Stena Bulk, showing the British oil tanker Stena Impero at unknown location, which is believed to have been captured by Iran.

President Donald Trump said Iran may have seized two tankers in the Strait of Hormuz Friday, after Iran’s Revolutionary Guard says it seized a British tanker and several news outlets reported a second British ship was heading towards Iran.

The IRGC said the British tanker, Stena Impero, failed to follow international maritime regulations so it took it to a coastal area to be turned over to maritime authorities, according to Iran State TV.

President Donald Trump told reporters at the White House that the U.S. would be working with the British on the tanker situation.

Reuters reported that a second British-operated tanker had also taken a sharp northerly turn and was heading toward Iran after passing through the Strait of Hormuz into the Gulf. Reuters said the source on the movement of Liberian flagged tanker Mesdar was Refinitiv data.

“We have a very close alliance with the U.K.,” Trump said. “…We hear it was one. We hear it was two. We’ll be working with the U.K. We have no written agreement but we have an agreement which is long standing.”

The British government said it was seeking information on the seizure of a tanker, following initial reports on the Stena Impero.

“We are urgently seeking further information and assessing the situation following reports of an incident in the Gulf,” a spokesman for the Ministry of Defence said on Friday.

The U.S. said it was aware of reports that Iranian forces seized a tanker.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-07-19  Authors: patti domm
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Amazon threatens to sue major pharmacy player if it prevents PillPack from accessing patient drug data

That comprehensive data comes indirectly from Surescripts, an electronic-prescribing company that’s owned by some of PillPack’s potential competitors, including CVS and Express Scripts. This week, ReMy indicated that it would cease working with PillPack in the coming days, people familiar with the matter said. “PillPack does not have an agreement with Surescripts that in any way covers the use of this important Protected Health Information,” the statement said. PillPack, in response, noted that


That comprehensive data comes indirectly from Surescripts, an electronic-prescribing company that’s owned by some of PillPack’s potential competitors, including CVS and Express Scripts. This week, ReMy indicated that it would cease working with PillPack in the coming days, people familiar with the matter said. “PillPack does not have an agreement with Surescripts that in any way covers the use of this important Protected Health Information,” the statement said. PillPack, in response, noted that
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Amazon threatens to sue major pharmacy player if it prevents PillPack from accessing patient drug data

PillPack co-founders TJ Parker and Elliot Cohen.

Just over a year after buying online pharmacy PillPack for $753 million, Amazon is engaged in a bitter battle with an incumbent player in the pharmacy industry, which sources tell CNBC is working behind the scenes to prevent the company from accessing important patient data. PillPack’s pharmacy delivery service relies on its access to an accurate list of its patients’ medications, so it can properly inform them about health and safety risks, uncover any duplicate subscriptions and help them keep up with refills. That comprehensive data comes indirectly from Surescripts, an electronic-prescribing company that’s owned by some of PillPack’s potential competitors, including CVS and Express Scripts. According to two people familiar with the matter, PillPack was informed this week that it will soon be cut off from accessing that data via a third-party entity, ReMy Health — a move that could seriously complicate its business. Amazon is considering legal action against Surescripts to halt those efforts, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the deliberations are confidential. One person told CNBC that PillPack has already sent a cease-and-desist letter to Surescripts. It’s the latest in a string of disputes between Amazon and the established pharmacy companies since its purchase of PillPack in June 2018 — a deal that sent shares of pharmacy owners and pharmacy benefit managers tumbling. Last month, CVS filed a lawsuit against a former employee after he told the company he would be taking a job at PillPack. A judge blocked the employee from working for PillPack for 18 months.

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Spending on prescriptions in the U.S. is approaching $500 billion a year, and the industry has long been controlled by a handful of large players, who manage pricing and access to medications. Amazon’s jump into the market poses a serious threat to the status quo by giving the e-commerce giant relationships with health insurers and licenses to ship prescriptions to every state except Hawaii. The current imbroglio shows the tangled nature of the pharmacy web, and how hard the incumbents are working to keep control over data and stem a competitive threat. Surescripts manages about 80% of all U.S. prescriptions. It is such a dominant force that in April, the Federal Trade Commission sued the company, alleging “illegal monopolization of e-prescription markets.” Surescripts said last week that the FTC’s complaint “makes significant factual errors” about its business and the market, and it has filed a motion to dismiss the case. PillPack doesn’t contract directly with Surescripts for patient medication information, but goes through ReMy, which compiles the raw data from Surescripts, cleans it up and offers it to clients through an application programming interface. Because PillPack is not contracting with Surescripts, its communication has been with ReMy. This week, ReMy indicated that it would cease working with PillPack in the coming days, people familiar with the matter said. The companies started working together in 2017, the people said. “PillPack is productively working with partners across the healthcare industry to help people throughout the U.S. who can benefit from a better pharmacy experience,” said Jacquelyn Miller, a PillPack spokesperson. “While we’re not surprised when powerful incumbents try to undermine these efforts, we are confident that our collaborative approach to bring customers more choice, more convenience, and improved quality will ultimately prevail.” Surescripts said in a statement it’s committed to privacy and security and that medication history “can reveal a lot about an individual’s health status, including the most sensitive of healthcare conditions.” “PillPack does not have an agreement with Surescripts that in any way covers the use of this important Protected Health Information,” the statement said. Suresripts added that its portfolio does not include “any businesses where we are the source of medication history to retail pharmacies.”

Surescripts said its board, which includes executives from CVS and Cigna, became aware of the issue only after an inquiry with CNBC. PillPack, in response, noted that it has contracts in place to manage protected health information as a licensed pharmacy. “Prescription history is only requested upon consent of the customer, and is held to the same data handling standards as all patient health information handled by PillPack,” Miller said. “Further, PillPack is a covered entity, the same as a physician’s office, and is bound by all healthcare privacy laws.”

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Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-07-19  Authors: christina farr
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Ex-Defense chief: Google has a duty to the US, not China, to ‘take our values to the battlefield’

Former Obama Defense Secretary Ash Carter told CNBC on Thursday that if Alphabet’s Google is working in China, it may be unknowingly working for the Chinese military. However, Google, whose search engine remains blocked in China, has continued to grow its AI center in Shanghai. “Google refused to work for the Pentagon on artificial intelligence,” Clarke told CNBC on Wednesday. On Monday, Joe Lonsdale told CNBC that his fellow Palantir co-founder Thiel was “courageous” for speaking out against Go


Former Obama Defense Secretary Ash Carter told CNBC on Thursday that if Alphabet’s Google is working in China, it may be unknowingly working for the Chinese military. However, Google, whose search engine remains blocked in China, has continued to grow its AI center in Shanghai. “Google refused to work for the Pentagon on artificial intelligence,” Clarke told CNBC on Wednesday. On Monday, Joe Lonsdale told CNBC that his fellow Palantir co-founder Thiel was “courageous” for speaking out against Go
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Ex-Defense chief: Google has a duty to the US, not China, to 'take our values to the battlefield'

Former Obama Defense Secretary Ash Carter told CNBC on Thursday that if Alphabet’s Google is working in China, it may be unknowingly working for the Chinese military.

“If you’re working in China, you don’t know whether you’re working on a project for the military or not,” said Carter, whose decadeslong government career also included advisory roles to Republican presidents.

“There is a duty to this country,” he added. “We’re in debt to the society that we live in.”

Carter was responding to tech investor Peter Thiel’s calls for a government investigation into Google for its “seemingly treasonous decision to work with the Chinese military and not with the U.S. military.”

President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday that his administration will “take a look” into Thiel’s claims. Thiel was a supporter of Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. Google has denied working with the Chinese military.

Refusing to go as far as Thiel’s “seemingly treasonous” characterization, Carter told “Squawk Box” that Google made a “mistake” in not advancing its work with the Pentagon.

Google’s contract with the Defense Department, which focused on artificial intelligence, expired earlier this year, and it was not renewed. However, Google, whose search engine remains blocked in China, has continued to grow its AI center in Shanghai.

Carter’s comments echoed those of former Obama White House cybersecurity chief Richard Clarke, who said Thiel was right to call out Google.

“Google refused to work for the Pentagon on artificial intelligence,” Clarke told CNBC on Wednesday. “If you turn around and you work on artificial intelligence in China, and you don’t really know what they’re going to do with that, I think there’s an issue.”

Clarke also was White House counterterrorism coordinator under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

On Monday, Joe Lonsdale told CNBC that his fellow Palantir co-founder Thiel was “courageous” for speaking out against Google.

“Google is not a patriotic company, ” said Lonsdale, also a founding partner of technology investment firm 8VC. “When Google made the choice, ‘We’re not going to help the U.S., but we’re going to continue to work in China,’ it was very clear.”


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Mnuchin says progress being made on debt limit deal, markets shouldn’t be concerned

“I think everybody is in agreement that we won’t do anything that puts the U.S. government at risk in terms of our issue of defaulting. So I don’t think the market should be concerned, and we’re working hard. He added that everybody involved is aware of the risks that the inability to reach a deal would bring. The Treasury has been using a series of “extraordinary measures” to keep the government running while the spending impasse continues. Mnuchin earlier had said that those measures could kee


“I think everybody is in agreement that we won’t do anything that puts the U.S. government at risk in terms of our issue of defaulting. So I don’t think the market should be concerned, and we’re working hard. He added that everybody involved is aware of the risks that the inability to reach a deal would bring. The Treasury has been using a series of “extraordinary measures” to keep the government running while the spending impasse continues. Mnuchin earlier had said that those measures could kee
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Mnuchin says progress being made on debt limit deal, markets shouldn't be concerned

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told CNBC on Thursday the administration and congressional leaders are continuing toward resolving an impasse over the debt ceiling and he is confident an agreement will be reached that will ensure the U.S. does not default on its obligations.

“I don’t think the market should be concerned,” he said. “I think everybody is in agreement that we won’t do anything that puts the U.S. government at risk in terms of our issue of defaulting. I think that nobody wants a shutdown in any scenario. So I don’t think the market should be concerned, and we’re working hard. We’ll get there one way or another.”

In what he called his “most conservative” scenario, the U.S. could lose its spending ability by early September. At that point, the Treasury would not be able to make payments on its $22 trillion debt load, a potentially catastrophic event that would ripple through financial and world markets.

Both sides have been negotiating on reaching future spending limits and a longer-term agreement on continuing to allow the government the ability to borrow. There have been some indications that an agreement is near, though CNBC’s Ylan Mui reported earlier that the two sides remain significantly apart.

In the interview on “Squawk Box, ” Mnuchin said he has been having “daily conversations” with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., they have reached an agreement on “top-line” spending numbers over a one- and two-year period, and are now working on “offsets” to put caps on spending.

He added that everybody involved is aware of the risks that the inability to reach a deal would bring.

“I’ve discussed that with the leadership of both the House and the Senate,” he said. “That’s why I’ve encouraged them to raise the debt ceiling before they leave.”

Lawmakers plan on leaving for their August recess on July 26.

The Treasury has been using a series of “extraordinary measures” to keep the government running while the spending impasse continues. The measures currently in use entail halting sales of state and local government series Treasury securities, redeeming existing sales and suspending any new investments of civil service and Postal Service pension funds, and suspending reinvestments of the Government Securities Investment Fund and the Exchange Stabilization Fund.

Mnuchin earlier had said that those measures could keep the U.S. afloat into November, but recently shortened the time span.


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Ex-White House cybersecurity chief says Peter Thiel is right to call out Google for working with China

Silicon Valley venture capitalist Peter Thiel was right to call out Alphabet’s Google for working with China, former Barack Obama White House cybersecurity chief Richard Clarke told CNBC on Wednesday. Clarke was responding to Thiel’s weekend accusations that Google works with the Chinese military and Thiel’s calls for the FBI and CIA to investigate. Google has denied working with the Chinese military. When asked by CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin if Clarke had evidence of Google working with China, th


Silicon Valley venture capitalist Peter Thiel was right to call out Alphabet’s Google for working with China, former Barack Obama White House cybersecurity chief Richard Clarke told CNBC on Wednesday. Clarke was responding to Thiel’s weekend accusations that Google works with the Chinese military and Thiel’s calls for the FBI and CIA to investigate. Google has denied working with the Chinese military. When asked by CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin if Clarke had evidence of Google working with China, th
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Ex-White House cybersecurity chief says Peter Thiel is right to call out Google for working with China

Silicon Valley venture capitalist Peter Thiel was right to call out Alphabet’s Google for working with China, former Barack Obama White House cybersecurity chief Richard Clarke told CNBC on Wednesday.

“Here’s what I think is true: Google refused to work for the Pentagon on artificial intelligence,” said Richard Clarke, whose 30-year government career also included stints as White House counterterrorism coordinator under former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. Clarke was referencing Google’s contract with the Defense Department, which expired earlier this year and was not renewed.

“If you turn around and you work on artificial intelligence in China, and you don’t really know what they’re going to do with that, I think there’s an issue,” Clarke said in a “Squawk Box” interview.

In 2017, Google opened an AI center in Shanghai to focus on education and machine language learning. However, the search engine is still blocked in the country.

Clarke was responding to Thiel’s weekend accusations that Google works with the Chinese military and Thiel’s calls for the FBI and CIA to investigate.

In response, President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday that his administration will “take a look” into Google. Thiel was a supporter of Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Google has denied working with the Chinese military.

When asked by CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin if Clarke had evidence of Google working with China, the cybersecurity expert said Wednesday that the U.S. tech giant is working on AI projects there. “Do you think there’s a real distinction” between Chinese companies and the Chinese government, he asked, rhetorically.


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Understanding Chemical-Biological Interaction

What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:
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What is a new in 2017?

PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors.

We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


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Understanding Chemical-Biological Interaction

What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:
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What is a new in 2017?

PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors.

We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


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Amazon workers’ Prime Day strike begins in Minnesota

Shopping with Amazon on Prime Day may mean crossing a digital picket line. Amazon workers in Minnesota and Germany are striking as Prime Day kicks off, in a stand against working conditions and wage practices. But the action in Minnesota is the first major strike of workers in the United States during the company’s annual Prime Day event. This year’s Prime Day could bring in as much as $5.8 billion in sales globally, according to Coresight Research. The strike coincides with Amazon’s Prime Day,


Shopping with Amazon on Prime Day may mean crossing a digital picket line. Amazon workers in Minnesota and Germany are striking as Prime Day kicks off, in a stand against working conditions and wage practices. But the action in Minnesota is the first major strike of workers in the United States during the company’s annual Prime Day event. This year’s Prime Day could bring in as much as $5.8 billion in sales globally, according to Coresight Research. The strike coincides with Amazon’s Prime Day,
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Amazon workers' Prime Day strike begins in Minnesota

Shopping with Amazon on Prime Day may mean crossing a digital picket line.

Amazon workers in Minnesota and Germany are striking as Prime Day kicks off, in a stand against working conditions and wage practices. Those in Europe have staged protests during sale days in past years. But the action in Minnesota is the first major strike of workers in the United States during the company’s annual Prime Day event. It may also be a sign that the company’s increase to a $15 minimum wage last year may not be enough to satisfy workers’ needs.

This year’s Prime Day could bring in as much as $5.8 billion in sales globally, according to Coresight Research. Last year, Amazon reported that consumers worldwide purchased more than 100 million products. This is also the first time Amazon is holding the midsummer sales event since it promised to provide one-day shipping on select items to Prime members in June.

The strike is part of the workers’ continued push on Amazon to “provide safe and reliable jobs, increase respect and opportunities for advancement for the predominantly East African workforce, protect the right to organize and advocate for better working conditions, and to demand concrete action from Amazon to address critical issues like climate change,” the organizers said in a statement.

The fulfillment center workers in Shakopee, Minnesota plan to start walking out at 3 p.m. ET Monday for a six-hour period that overlaps with the morning and evening shifts. The strike coincides with Amazon’s Prime Day, which could be one of the company’s biggest sales day of the year. Some Seattle tech employees will also be attending the strike in solidarity, according to a statement from the Amazon Employees for Climate Justice.


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What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:
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What is a new in 2017?

PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors.

We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


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