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Interviews with out-of-work Americans tell us that the job market turmoil is anything but transitory

How Beyoncé, Shonda Rhimes, and other celebs helped a Black-owned Brooklyn tearoom bounce back from Covid

Bartending's best-kept secret, direct to your home

What exactly happens when we change our mind? This is what goes on inside your brain when you’re being persuaded

Twitter wants us to play nice online

A new book makes the case for Santa Fe as America's architectural powerhouse

MIT’s most popular Beer Game: teaching MBA students how human error can snag up supply chains

"Dune" is the sci-fi epic commodities traders have always wanted

For all the danger hurricanes in Louisiana pose, the economic opportunities are too good for big natural gas companies

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NEW: LeBron James is building a new media company that aims to give a voice to Black creators and consumers who’ve been pandered to, ignored, or underserved

This German biotech company has made kits with 4 million coronavirus tests since the outbreak began

The BTS Army and K-pop stans are beating QAnon and MAGA supporters at their own game

Confined mostly to tiny cabins, crew members found themselves forced to stay aboard—sometimes without pay—and struggling to cope with a never-ending lockdown

Camden, New Jersey, dissolved its police department. Here's what it looks like now

NEW COVER: David Ho's drug research helped save millions of lives from HIV. Now his lab is racing for a coronavirus cure

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1 billion YouTube views. 319.1 million Spotify streams. 192,500 album sales. Blackpink is the biggest pop group in the world

Divorces are spiking in China as couples emerge from their coronavirus quarantines

Nike executive Ann Hebert abruptly left the company following our report about her son operating a business reselling sneakers and using a credit card in her name

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