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Opinion | Republicans know Trump's attempt to overturn the election is dangerous, but they're too cowardly to fight it. By @anthonyLfisher 

Freelance software engineers making over $100,000 a year reveal how they got started, find clients, and set their rates (by @shmabbywolfe )

Private spies reportedly infiltrated an Amazon strike, secretly taking photos of workers, trade unionists, and journalists. Now a union is taking legal action.

The future of work will be 'hot offices' where employees can reserve a desk, according to Amazon's cloud boss

The UK approved Pfizer's vaccine too quickly and without the proper checks, EU politicians have warned

Nasdaq needs SEC signoff for its game-changing rule on board diversity. Here's a look at how it could play out.

Value investor Adam Schwartz explains why Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway slashed its JPMorgan and Wells Fargo stakes, cheers its record buybacks, and praises its patience

How TikTok has impacted industries ranging from music to retail to cybersecurity in 2020, according to an analysis of hundreds of executive interviews

The DOT is cracking down on emotional support animals on airplanes and will only allow trained dogs to fly as service animals

The unique truffle flavor you recognize might not be truffle at all

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How chefs in the NBA bubble make 4,000 meals a week

Everything we know about King Rama X of Thailand

This man played Barney the dinosaur for 10 years — here's what it was like

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Trump tried to poach German scientists working on a cure for coronavirus and offered cash so the vaccine would be exclusive to the USA

An anti-gay Hungarian politician has resigned after being caught by police fleeing a 25-man orgy through a window

You can take a seat anywhere with this wearable chair

See why potato farmers are destroying millions of potatoes

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