“Today marks an important milestone in our fight against the pandemic. This vaccine’s efficacy and safety confirm that it will be highly effective against COVID-19” AstraZeneca CEO, Pascal Soriot.
As the ride-hailing companies still struggling during this pandemic period, the San Francisco-based company LYFT (NASDAQ: LYFT) announced it will soon be entering the food-delivery business. The $LYFT stock surged more than 6% on Tuesday after the news.
The world's largest burger chain McDonald’s (NYSE: MCD) reported better-than-expected third-quarter financial results on Monday. The strong Q3 results boosted by the drive-thru and online sales as more customers using the drive-thru and delivery options.
During the weekend, the worldwide coronavirus cases surged above 50 million and reported more than 1,250,000 deaths. The recent spike in coronavirus cases mainly has been fueled in the United States as well as a resurgence in Europe.
"Solid proof that we are now running on all cylinders and we will get larger improvements from focusing on other parts of our business, including Formula 1," Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri said.