Waymo CEO John Krafcik steps apart as co-CEO’s take over

Waymo CEO John Krafcik steps aside as co-CEO’s take over

After five and a half years running Waymo, Alphabet’s subsidiary developing autonomous drive technology, John Krafcik decided it was time for someone else to run the company. In fact, two top Waymo executives, Tekedra Mawakana and Dmitri Dolgov, will become co-CEOs of the company. In a blog post explaining his decision to step down as … Read more

President Biden Takes 1st Tentative Steps to Tackle International Covid-19 Vaccine Scarcity

Biden Takes First Tentative Steps to Address Global Vaccine Shortage

WASHINGTON – President Biden was under heavy pressure on Friday to donate excess coronavirus vaccines to nations in need to otherwise address global shortages and partnered with Japan, India and Australia to increase global manufacturing capabilities Expand vaccines. In an agreement announced at the so-called Quad Summit, a virtual meeting of the heads of state … Read more

Biden Takes First Tentative Steps to Deal with World Vaccine Scarcity

Biden Takes First Tentative Steps to Address Global Vaccine Shortage

WASHINGTON – President Biden was under heavy pressure on Friday to donate excess coronavirus vaccines to nations in need to otherwise address global shortages and partnered with Japan, India and Australia to increase global manufacturing capabilities Expand vaccines. In an agreement announced at the so-called Quad Summit, a virtual meeting of the heads of state … Read more

Abraham Twerski, Who Merged 12 Steps and the Torah, Dies at 90

Abraham Twerski, Who Merged 12 Steps and the Torah, Dies at 90

What set Rabbi Twerski apart from many other Orthodox therapists was his willingness to look outside of his community. In one of his works, “The Shame Worn in Silence: Spouse Abuse in the Jewish Community” (1996), he highlighted a problem that many Hasidic leaders argued should be treated discreetly within the island community, without inform … Read more