Samsung's North American headquarters was designed to integrate into Silicon Valley, not wall employees off from it. Take a tour with WSJ's Adam Falk as he checks out the workspace, including its elevated, open-air gardens.
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India's drug regulator has approved two coronavirus vaccines for emergency use, paving the way for a massive nation-wide inoculation program.
One vaccine was developed by UK-based AstraZeneca and Oxford University, the other by local company Bhar-at Biotech. The decision comes a day after India conducted a trial run of its vaccination drive, testing cold-chain infrastructure, delivery systems and storage platforms. The government hopes to vaccinate some 300 million people by July.
The European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen gives an update on the coronavirus vaccine rollout in the EU, amid criticism it was too slow and not enough jabs were ordered. "We will have over 300 million doses available to the American public, well before [June]," stated retired Lt. Gen. Paul Ostrowski, Director of Supply, Production & Distribution for Operation Warp Speed. Aired on 11/30/2020.