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How BioNTech Used Cancer Research To Create Its Covid Vaccine
Over a month and a half before the World Health Organization officially declared a pandemic, BioNTech CEO Uğur Şahin met with his wife, BioNTech’s co-founder and chief medical officer Özlem Türeci
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Why Gas Prices In The U.S. Vary
As of October 4, 2021, the average price for a gallon of gasoline in the United States reached about $3.19. A closer look at the costs of a single gallon of fuel can be even more revealing.
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How Visa Became The Most Popular Card In The U.S.
$6.7 trillion. That is how much Americans spent using their debit or credit cards in 2019.
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The Great Resignation: Why Millions Of Workers Are Quitting
Americans are leaving their jobs in droves. In August 4.3 million Americans quit their jobs.
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Secretive Giant TSMC’s $100 Billion Plan To Fix The Chip Shortage
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company makes 24% of all the world's chips, and 92% of the most advanced ones found in today's iPhones, fighter jets and supercomputers.
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Why Car Buyers Are Ditching Dealerships For Online Sales
Many car buyers are moving away from traditional dealerships in favor of the internet.
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How BlackRock Became The World's Largest Asset Manager
BlackRock is one of the world’s most influential companies in finance.
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Why This Is The US Navy’s Most Controversial Warship
The U.S. Navy has invested billions in the Littoral Combat Ship.
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How Boston Dynamics Is Building Its Robot Empire
Boston Dynamics has sparked the imaginations of the general public with its viral YouTube videos, but the company is now hoping to get the attention of paying customers.
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Is The Steel Bubble About To Pop?
Steel is essential. It's in everything from dishwashers to cars. Since the start of the pandemic, steel prices have spiked 300% over pre-pandemic levels, pricing over $1,900 at one point.
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Why Internet Access Is Slow And Costly In The U.S.
People in the U.S. frequently pay more for slower internet service than people abroad, according to a report from the Open Technology Institute.
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Will Women Return To The Workforce?
As offices begin to open back up, economists worry the pandemic reversed years of progress made in women's labor force participation.
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Why Tesla Solar Hasn’t Worked Out The Way Elon Musk Promised
It’s been five years since Tesla acquired SolarCity for about $2.6 billion. The deal was immediately controversial with some shareholders suing Elon Musk.
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Can This $22 Billion Megaproject Make Nuclear Fusion Power A Reality?
Fusion is the process that powers the sun and the stars, and scientists are getting a lot closer to replicating it here on Earth.
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Why It’s Impossible To Put Tracking Microchips In Covid Vaccines
Among the conspiracy theories circulating about the pandemic, one claim is that Covid-19 vaccines contain microchips that the government or global elites like Bill Gates would use to track citizens.
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Why The American Car Fleet Is Getting So Old
In 2021, the average age of vehicles on the road reached a record 12.1 years.
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Is Gold A Good Investment?
Gold is one of the largest financial assets in the world with an average daily trading volume of $183 billion, and its value has seen explosive growth in recent years.
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How Greyhound Became The Largest Bus Service In The U.S.
Intercity bus travel in the U.S. has long been dominated by one iconic brand.
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Why The Flu Season Will Be A ‘Whopper’: Former FDA Chief Scott Gottlieb
Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb speaks with CNBC’s Meg Tirrell about the future of work as businesses reimagine the workday.
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Is Organic Food Really Worth It?
The organic food industry is a booming business. U.S. organic sales surged in 2020, jumping by 12.4% to $61.9 billion.
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Crypto’s Next Big Thing: Decentralized Finance Takes On Wall Street
What would a world without banks look like? The answer may lie in decentralized finance.
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Can Homeowners In The U.S. Afford Climate Change?
From western wildfires to east coast flooding, climate change is wreaking havoc on American homes.
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How Headlights Became So High-Tech
Headlights are quietly undergoing a technological revolution, and regulators are trying to catch up. For much of automotive history, innovation came to headlights gradually.
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Why Tracking Carbon Emissions Is Suddenly A Billion Dollar Opportunity
As extreme weather events roiled communities around the world this summer, businesses and governments are feeling more pressure than ever to respond to climate change.
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Booster Shots And Vaccine Mandates: The New Plan To Beat Covid-19
The delta variant of Covid-19 took the U.S. by surprise.
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Why Food Is Getting More Expensive In The U.S.
The pandemic sent food prices skyrocketing amid a slew of supply chain disruptions, but food costs have been steadily rising over the past five years.
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How The GPU Chip Shortage Hit Gamers And Crypto Miners
There’s a certain kind of computer chip that has become incredibly important to the modern world. The GPU — short for graphics processing unit. GPUs bring digital worlds to life.
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Amazon Is Quietly Shipping Non-Amazon Orders To Compete With FedEx, UPS
Amazon is on a spending spree to grow its fleet of planes, vans, semitrucks and drivers in its latest move to compete with FedEx and UPS.
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Why GM’s All-Electric Future Is A Big Gamble
GM is one of the world's largest automakers. It has a range of models falling under its four brands, Chevy, Buick, Cadillac, and of course, GMC.
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What Is The Future Of The Workplace In The U.S.?
After over a year of remote work, employees are starting to head back into the office.
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