The Thomas Fire, the largest wildfire in modern California history destroyed over 281,000 acres of Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, and continues to wreak havoc more than six weeks after it began on December 4th.
The narrative started almost immediately after it became evident the wildfires that began in the late evening of October 8 and the early morning hours of October 9 were going to be immensely destructive.
Amiodarone is the only drug in modern FDA history, to be approved for use in the United States without undergoing any of the required randomized, clinical studies to show a drug is safe and effective before it is approved.
On October 30, 2017, Intel CEO Krzanich sold off 900,000 shares of Intel stock, receiving more than $39 million. Krzanich sold every share of stock he could legally sell leaving only the bare minimum 250,000 shares he is contractually required to own as Intel CEO.
After the embarrassing public disclosure of the massive security flaws in the vast majority of Intel CPUs manufactured since 2005, Intel promised more transparency going forward.
Microsoft’s software update for Windows which is Microsoft’s first attempt at a “patch” for the Meltdown and Spectre security flaws in x86-64x processors has caused a large number of computers with AMD processors to crash.
Currently, there are at least 13 separate class action lawsuits filed against Intel Corporation across the United States.
For California, 2017 will likely be known as the year of the wildfire as the State experienced the most catastrophic wildfire season in modern history with fires killing 44, destroying 8,000 residences and causing more than $9.4 billion in insured losses in the month of October alone.
On January 3, 2018, after The Register broke the news of massive security vulnerabilities in all of Intel’s CPUs since 2004, Doyle APC filed the first class action complaint against Intel Corporation for damages caused by these security defects.
Intel Corporation was forced to admit the existence of troubling security vulnerabilities on all Intel CPUs manufactured as far back as 2004.