Nick Fabrizio, senior lecturer in health policy at Cornell University, says the council has its work cut out for them as it’s very hard to anticipate what the population needs, how much to produce and how quickly products will arrive to consumers.
The FDA has approved tirzepatide – which will be sold under the brand name Zepbound – to treat overweight and obesity. It’s the latest entrant into a field of powerful new drugs that includes Ozempic and Wegovy.
Cornell University labor and electric vehicle transition expert, Ian Greer, comments on a tentative deal reached between Ford and the United Auto Workers Union and its implications for workers and EV manufacturing.
Apple is likely to announce its latest iPhone models will have a USB-C port instead of the standard Lightning connector. The change follows legislation in the European Union requiring the use of USB-C on all smartphones with a physical port sold in member countries.
Richard T. Clark is a political scientist who studies policymaking at the World Bank. He describes the objectives as bolstering the Bank’s budget, reorienting lending to tackle climate change, and competing with China on infrastructure spending.
Harry Katz is a professor of collective bargaining in Cornell’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations. He says the UAW’s position is different from other recent contract negotiations such as the UPS-Teamsters deal.
John Tobin, professor of practice at Cornell’s SC Johnson College of Business and a former Managing Director and Global Head of Sustainability at Credit Suisse and Glen Dowell, a corporate sustainability researcher and professor of management and organizations at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, comment on a measure in California that would require corporations to disclose greenhouse gas emissions.