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Tesla Pauses Plants After Ending Shaky Quarter With a Production Milestone

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Tesla Inc. investors have a lot to parse after the July 4 holiday: a disappointing quarter of deliveries, a record month of production, and now several weeks of downtime at...
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Facebook Asks Judge to ‘Crack the Whip' in Attempt to Silence a Black Whistleblower

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A lawyer representing Facebook's parent company Meta called on a judge to “crack the whip” against a Black South African whistleblower on Monday, requesting a gagging order to...
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Lawmakers Scramble to Reform Digital Privacy After Roe Reversal

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Before Roe v. Wade granted women the constitutional right to abortion in 1973, most abortion procedures were kept hidden, even from close family members. Some women destroyed...
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Fact-Checking 8 Claims About Crypto's Climate Impact

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Cryptocurrencies are bad for the environment-at least, that's what most people online seem to believe. Pro-crypto posts on social media are often flooded with angry comments...
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The Surprising Thing That Could Help Ease Inflation

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David Metzner has made a career of getting rid of stuff that customers don't want. He's been in the liquidation business since 1990, buying trailers full of unsold goods from...
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Inflation Hits Record 8.6% for 19 Countries Using the Euro

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Inflation in countries using the euro set another eye-watering record, pushed higher by a huge increase in energy costs fueled partly by Russia's war in Ukraine. Annual...
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Stocks Suffer Worst First Half of a Year in More Than 50 Years

5 days ago   |   Time   |   2 articles

The selloff in stocks deepened after weak consumer-spending data fueled worries about a recession, with the S&P 500 suffering its cruelest first-half since Richard Nixon's...
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Sale Puts Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Back in West Bank, Kind Of

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A new agreement in Israel will put Ben & Jerry's ice cream back on shelves in annexed east Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank despite the ice cream maker's protest of Israeli...
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E.U. Proposes Ban on Flavored Heated Tobacco Products

6 days ago   |   Time   |   2 articles

The European Union's executive branch proposed Wednesday a ban on the sale of flavored heated tobacco products, including some vaping items, as part of its plan to fight...
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Airbnb Permanently Bans Parties At Its Rental Locations

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SAN FRANCISCO -Airbnb is making permanent its ban on parties at homes listed on the site for short-term rentals. The San Francisco company believes the ban has worked, saying...
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Does Servicification of Manufacturing Increase the GVC Activities of Firms?...

Abstract Does greater use of services inputs in manufacturing increase the global value chain activities of the firms? In this study, we analyze the effects of servicification... Read more ...

Covid‐19 in America: Global supply chain reconsidered

Abstract This research asks: To what extent has America's reliance on the global supply network aggravated the country's public health and economic crisis; and how did the... Read more ...

Foreign Direct Investment and Product Quality in Host Economies

Abstract We examine, both theoretically and empirically, how the presence of FDI affects product quality of domestic firms through worker mobility. Mobility of more productive... Read more ...

Tevva: A Universal Battery-Hydrogen Delivery Truck Out Of London

Tevva, London, UK, is launching production of its first 7.5-tonne hydrogen-electric truck. The hydrogen-electric truck harnesses fuel flexibility, new technology for the... Read more ...

REMEMBER WHEN: Andre Agassi wins Wimbledon, his first Grand Slam title

On this day in 1992, the Review-Journal celebrated Las Vegas native Andre Agassi's first major tennis title. Read more ...

The Secretary-General of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries...

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Bradford Freeman, last ‘Band of Brothers' survivor has died

Bradford Freeman, last ‘Band of Brothers' survivor has died

Bradford Freeman, the last survivor of the famed Army unit featured in the World War II oral history book and miniseries “Band of Brothers” has died at the age of 97. Read more ...

On its back foot in defamation lawsuit, Fox News hires new legal counsel

'Superlawyer' Dan Webb will lead the Murdoch-owned company's defense against Dominion Voting Systems in the case tied to 2020 election fraud claims. Read more ...

A billion pounds of California almonds stranded at ports amid drought, trade...

As almond growers use increasingly scarce and expensive water to irrigate this year's crop, over a billion pounds of nuts remain stranded in port. Read more ...

Inflation grips L.A. taco vendors: Less meat? Raise prices? Absorb losses?

Rising food and fuel costs force Los Angeles street vendors to reduce portions or raise prices. For many, their livelihood is at stake. Read more ...