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Adidas is shutting down two cutting-edge footwear factories in Germany and the United States and moving production to Asia

That $75 Costco coupon floating around Facebook that seems too good to be true is, in fact, too good to be true

Amsterdam wants to cut its emissions to zero by 2030. Here's how the city is working to meet its green goal.

"Elizabeth Warren's plan fully finances Medicare for All without imposing any new taxes on middle-class families," writes Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody's Analytics

A handful of US-based universities are connecting students with positions in esports — not just to encourage competitive playing but for sales, business and admin roles

Mushrooms could be the key to replacing plastic

We asked a hacker to try and steal a CNN tech reporter’s data. She got it in seconds.

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Much of the electricity that will be used to recharge electric vehicles in the future will come from natural gas being produced by the US industry

Nigerian developer Dara Oladosu, who built an app that helps collate Twitter threads, got a job offer from Jack Dorsey's team following a chance meeting with the company's executives

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Two years ago, Target said it would raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour by the end of 2020. But some store workers say the wage increases aren't helping because their hours are falling, making it hard to keep their health insurance or pay their bills.

A stronger dollar would be great for U.S. consumers, but less so for Corporate America

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@twitter  just took a big step on banning users who spew hateful and violent speech

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Payless, a brand known for budget-friendly shoes, opened a fake pop-up store called "Palessi" in a Los Angeles mall and invited people to the grand opening. The store was stocked with Payless shoes in disguise. One shopper spent $640 for a pair of boots.

By our estimates, the fastest-growing economies in 2015 will be: ✓ ChinaQatarNigeria

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What @randpaul  wants for U.S. #economy  - More drilling - Flat tax - Fed audit More:

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Delta Air Lines cuts ties with an upcoming event intended to honor Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro, who has been steeply criticized for his homophobic, racist and misogynistic remarks

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