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Pharma executives seeking higher immunity from Covid-19 are mixing their own shots

Diversity shouldn't "override" merit in hiring decisions, says Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman. And he tells @emilychangtv  other CEOs agree with this privately, despite what they may say publicly

Fashion's rebound -- Rent the Runway CEO Jennifer Hyman tells @emilychangtv  the demand has been "unbelievable." "It's really this philosophy of Carpe diem that we're seeing come out where people are appreciating their lives in a completely different way"

The hack that took down Colonial Pipeline was the result of a single compromised password

How Relativity Space is setting out to 3D print an ENTIRE ROCKET. CEO Tim Ellis, who's also a former Blue Origin engineer, talks to @emilychangtv  about their plans and Jeff Bezos's maiden voyage to space

Companies could miss out on talent if they force workers to return to the office, says Slack chief people officer Nadia Rawlinson. She tells @emilychangtv  why Slack is taking a "digital-first" approach to the future of work

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One Bitcoin transaction equals 75 gallons of gasoline being burned, says Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse to @emilychangtv  about the impact of Bitcoin mining on the environment

Many Amazon warehouse employees struggle to pay the bills. More than 4,000 are on food stamps. Some are even homeless

“Mr. Dorsey, who the hell elected you?” Ted Cruz says. “We realize we need to earn trust more. We realize more accountability is needed," Jack Dorsey responds. Twitter shares taking a hit after that round of questioning ?

Among economists, there’s a debate about whether the company is creating a kind of monopsony. A Bloomberg analysis of government labor statistics reveals that in community after community where Amazon sets up shop, warehouse wages tend to fall

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WHO says there are 70 coronavirus vaccines in development globally. But we still have a long way to go

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Will Hayes, the head of Lucidworks, would oftentimes have investors overlook him for his deputy when they first meet. It’s strange because they don’t look alike. Also, Hayes is Black, and his deputy is White

Here are some of former presidential candidate Andrew Yang's biggest takeaways from today's tech antitrust hearing

Hydroxychloroquine, the malaria drug that Donald Trump has praised, didn’t help patients clear the coronavirus and was much more likely to cause side effects

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