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Online used car dealers were a pandemic winner, but their business model is now scaring investors

Layoffs and cost-cutting measures have brought the high-flying tech industry back down to Earth

Nigeria's president saw an ambitious infrastructure push as a way to move the country's economy beyond oil. But Beijing’s waning appetite for costly public works abroad has put a dent in those plans

A venture-back fish farming company says its technology could revolutionize the industry. The competition is skeptical

The investing party of the last couple of years might be over, but markets might make sense again

Starbucks workers are winning union elections left and right, inspiring activists at Amazon, and showing the extent of labor’s new power

Lagging Lula in polls, Bolsonaro is giving squatters title to their farms and allowing more people to carry firearms outside the home

Beijing’s efforts to pump up growth won’t lift the global economy as much as they have in the past

Mexico has become a tourist hot spot due, in part, to its lax Covid rules. But the travel boom has come with unexpected costs

The US and China are edging dangerously close to cold war. Here's why Japan could be trapped in the middle

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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

Nike escalated its legal battle with sneaker marketplace StockX, saying it purchased four pairs of counterfeit shoes on the platform

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

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

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

This psychedelic mushroom startup is getting its "breakthrough therapy" closer to FDA approval

One economist has quantified the cost of racism in the USA: $16 trillion

Germany has its own Dr. Fauci—and unlike the U.S., government leaders and citizens actually listen to him

Pennsylvania has lost 8,300 manufacturing jobs this year, while Wisconsin has lost 4,000. Factories are slumping in the Midwest and that is bad news for President Trump's reelection chances

NEW: Overflowing hospitals. Widespread corruption. And a chloroquine-obsessed populist in charge. The coronavirus pandemic's worst-case scenario is unfolding in Brazil.

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