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An auction house is commissioning its own line of $200,000 jewels

How Ruth Bader Ginsburg became the Notorious RBG—and how that may ensure that her dissents echo into the future

Veteran Wall Street traders say Bitcoin’s wild swings remind them of the FX markets in the ’90s

Elon Musk wants to put 40,000 satellites in low-Earth orbit to conquer global broadband

India’s temples are tapping their vast gold reserves to pay the bills during the pandemic

MBA students are starting to question the value of their $80,000/year degrees

Higher earners are more likely to be "shy" Trump voters. A new survey finds that people in households making $75,000 or more seem to play down their support for the president when polled by phone

Vietnamese billionaire Pham Nhat Vuong wants to help his nation’s 96 million motorbike riders go green

Volvo built a $1.1 billion U.S. plant to send cars to China. Then the trade war happened

Daniel Boulud enlists such brands as Evian and Lavazza as sponsors to reopen his fine-dining restaurant

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This Virginia city leveraged federal tax breaks to remake itself over seven decades. Now it’s using them to demolish its historically Black neighborhoods

More than 1,500 people on Carnival's cruise ships have been diagnosed with Covid-19, and dozens have died

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

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

NEW: Employees say the biggest names in American business have banned them from sharing news of coronavirus cases or even raising concerns. That’s going to get people killed

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

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