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Global Stocks Trade Mixed As Investors Focus On Economic Recovery, Despite Mounting Concerns About...

Brendan McDermid/Reuters Global stocks edged higher on Monday ahead of another week of the earnings season. Anthony Fauci predicted a regulatory decision on J&J's vaccine will be made by Friday. Investors are awaiting the European Central...
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10 Things In Tech You Need To Know Today

REUTERS/Ruben Sprich Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here.Let's get started.1. Google cofounder Sergey Brin has been building a secretive airship company called LTA for over four years. The...
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A Fiery Tesla Crash Killed Two People Outside Of Houston. Authorities Say Nobody Was Driving.

Authorities told local media they were certain nobody was driving the car. Reuters Two people died in a car crash outside of Houston on Saturday after the Tesla they were in ran off the road. Nobody was driving the car, authorities told local...
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Federal Investigators Looking Into Breach At Software Code Testing Company Codecov

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Federal officials are investigating a security breach at software auditing company Codecov, which apparently went undetected for months, Reuters reported. Codecov’s platform is used to test software...

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Google Cofounder Sergey Brin Has Been Working On A Secretive Airship Company For Over 4 Years....

Google cofounder Sergey Brin. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich Google cofounder Sergey Brin is building a secretive airship company called LTA. The airship will be climate-friendly and deliver humanitarian aid worldwide. Brin was inspired by the USS Macon, a...
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State Tv: Magnitude 5.9 Earthquake Hits Southern Iran

A magnitude 5.9 earthquake on Sunday struck Iran’s southern province of Bushehr, where a nuclear power plant is located, but there were no immediate reports of casualties or damage, state television reported.A government official told Reuters that...
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A New York City Investment Manager Has Been Charged With Stealing Over $2.4 Million Through Ppp...

A page from the PPP loan application that people have to fill out for financial support due to the continuing outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is pictured on a desk in New York U.S., May 7, 2020. Reuters/Lucas Jackson New York City...

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Embattled Chinese Billionaire Jack Ma May Divest His Ant Group Stake And Give Up Control, Reports...

Jack Ma. Wang HE/Getty Images Jack Ma, founder of Ant Group, reportedly may give up his stake in the company, Reuters reported. Ma's tech empire came under increased scrutiny in the wake of his public comments on regulations. Ant Group...

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The Us Produces Just 12% Of The World's Computer Chip Supply. Here's Why It's Trailing China When...

President Joe Biden holds a semiconductor chip at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 24, 2021. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters The US relies heavily on outsourcing chip-making since it's cheaper and easier to go overseas. The country's...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Semiconductors, White House, Outsourcing

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Republicans Keep Denying Evidence They Don't Like - As A Former Republican And Polar Bear...

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is home to polar bears and migrating caribou. US Fish and Wildlife Service/Handout via Reuters Denying evidence we don't like only intensifies problems and undermines solutions. The more obvious and...
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Experts Reveals The Best Way To Avoid Out-of-control Rental Car Fees As America Is Hit With Massive...

Hertz rental cars near Detroit Metropolitan airport. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook The US doesn't have enough rental cars due to the computer chip shortage, smaller fleets, and an uptick in travel. In extreme cases, rental vehicle prices have...
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The Us Produces Just 12% Of The World's Computer Chip Supply. Here's Why It's Trailing China When...

President Joe Biden holds a semiconductor chip at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 24, 2021. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters The US relies heavily on outsourcing chip-making since it's cheaper and easier to go overseas. The country's...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Semiconductors, White House, Outsourcing

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Legendary Investor Jeremy Grantham's Fund Sold Gamestop Stock Before It Soared, Missing Out On A...

Jeremy Grantham. REUTERS/Nicholas Roberts Jeremy Grantham's fund potentially lost out on $18 million by dumping its GameStop stake.GMO held around 38,000 GameStop shares, but sold them a few years ago.Even if it held on during the short...

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David Einhorn Slammed The Sec For Not Noticing The 'real Story' Of Archegos, Which He Says Involves...

REUTERS/Mike Segar In a recent investor letter, hedge-fund manager David Einhorn slammed the SEC for not noticing what he called the "real story" of the Archegos implosion. Einhorn said Archegos of drove up the stock price of a company...
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David Einhorn Slammed The Sec For Not Noticing The 'real Story' Of Archegos, Which He Says Involves...

REUTERS/Mike Segar In a recent investor letter, hedge-fund manager David Einhorn slammed the SEC for not noticing what he called the "real story" of the Archegos implosion. Einhorn said Archegos of drove up the stock price of a company...
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Roger Stone Sued By Federal Government For Nearly $2 Million In Unpaid Taxes And Interest

Roger Stone. Joshua Roberts/Reuters GOP strategist and Trump ally Roger Stone and his wife were sued by the federal government for $2 million in unpaid taxes. The complaint accused the couple of using their company to avoid paying personal income...
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The Fbi Used My Journalism To Charge A January 6 Insurrectionist. I Have Complicated Feelings About...

Pro-Trump protesters storm into the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters An Insider contributor's reporting led to federal charges for one of the men who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 Journalist Abigail Higgins explains why...
Related topics: FBI, Protests

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Bitcoin Tumbles 5% From Record Highs Amid Turkey's Crypto-payments Ban Starting April 30

REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/File Photo Bitcoin slipped as much as 5% Friday after reports that Turkey has banned the use of cryptocurrencies. The move stoked fear among investors of a precedent that other countries may follow. Cryptocurrencies have become...
Related topics: Bitcoin, Turkey, World Photos

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The Hottest Month Ever For Us Housing Could Be Just The Start Of A More Sustainable Rally

Construction workers are pictured building a new home in Vienna, Virginia, outside of Washington, October 20, 2014. REUTERS/Larry Downing March saw home sales accelerate further and price growth hit its fastest rate since the mid-2000s. The rally...
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These Are The 10 Best-performing Cryptocurrencies So Far In 2021 - And One Is Up More Than 8,000%

Lucas Jackson/Reuters Cryptocurrencies have been on a tear so far in 2021, with bitcoin up more than 100% year-to-date.The Coinbase direct listing, the appointment of crypto-friendly Gary Gensler as SEC chairman, and celebrity endorsements have all...
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