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Coronavirus Leaves 3M Scrambling To Cover A Face Mask Shortage
The United States industrial giant is the maker of Post-It notes, Scotch Tape, and one of the most desperately needed medical supplies in the world right now: N95 facial masks. 1 Apr 2020, 16:00
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Will Prep Centers For Amazon Sellers Survive Coronavirus?
Prep centers have become an important part of Amazon’s vast supply chain. 31 Mar 2020, 16:26
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Why The U.S. Probably Won’t Run Out Of Food During Coronavirus
While the American public stays home to slow the spread of the coronavirus, they are eating more meals in personal kitchens and less in restaurants. 30 Mar 2020, 17:23
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How Coronavirus Quarantines Lead To A Drop In Air Pollution
As coronavirus quickly spreads around the world, the virus is forcing people to stay put. 29 Mar 2020, 15:22
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How The U.S. Fell Dangerously Behind In Coronavirus Testing
The deadly coronavirus pandemic has stopped the world in its tracks, and exposed a weak spot in the United States’ preparedness for a public health emergency. 28 Mar 2020, 15:06
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Can Tesla, GM And Ford Help Solve The Coronavirus Ventilator Shortage?
The global coronavirus outbreak has pushed the U.S. health system to the brink. Hospitals are already running out of basic supplies like masks, eye gear, gowns and ventilators. 27 Mar 2020, 16:00
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Tracking Dr. Anthony Fauci’s Comments On Coronavirus
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has been a key figure for the American public since the coronavirus outbreak began. 26 Mar 2020, 20:37
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Why Coronavirus Is Dangerous For Diabetics
Coronavirus can be terrifying for an average healthy person but what about those who are considered “high risk.” The Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization state those at | 26 Mar 2020, 14:00
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Can Major U.S. Airlines Survive The Coronavirus Outbreak?
The golden age for airlines could be ending thanks to the spike in worldwide cases of COVID-19. A drop in crude prices would normally be a positive for airlines. 25 Mar 2020, 20:39
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Why BMW And Mercedes Made Cheap Cars That Failed
Luxury cars are typically meant to symbolize prestige, wealth, and even excess, but sometimes they can come pretty cheap. 24 Mar 2020, 16:00
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What Coronavirus Means For The Future Of Work From Home
Social distancing regulations to combat the coronavirus outbreak are forcing millions of Americans to work remotely. 23 Mar 2020, 16:06
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How Coronavirus Could Slow Down Amazon Deliveries
As Amazon orders surge, coronavirus delays deliveries and threatens to put sellers out of business. 21 Mar 2020, 16:11
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Tracking President Trump's Response To COVID-19
President Donald Trump’s response to COVID-19 has been under fire since the first cases began appearing in the United States in late January 2020. 20 Mar 2020, 14:32
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The Economic Impact Of Coronavirus Event Cancellations
Major tech conferences around the world are scrapping their events due to coronavirus. 19 Mar 2020, 17:19
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Who Owns America’s Gas Stations?
Gas stations comprise one of the most important retail businesses in the country. 93% of Americans live within 10 minutes of one. The vast majority of gas stations are small, locally owned businesses. 18 Mar 2020, 16:00
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How Coronavirus Is Testing The U.S. Federal Government
As the coronavirus pandemic spreads across the United States, history can offer some lessons about how the federal government can respond. 17 Mar 2020, 17:55
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The Race To Develop A Coronavirus Vaccine
The growing coronavirus outbreak is causing chaos in global financial markets, freezing supply chains and causing companies all over the world to create work-for-home plans and ban business travel. 14 Mar 2020, 18:34
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The Future Of Energy Storage Beyond Lithium Ion
Over the past decade, prices for solar panels and wind farms have reached all-time lows. However, the price for lithium ion batteries, the leading energy storage technology, has remained too high. 13 Mar 2020, 16:21
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Will The SAT Become Illegal?
The plaintiffs argue that SAT and ACT exams are discriminatory against some applicants because they have created a lucrative test-prep industry that is out of reach for many low-income families. 11 Mar 2020, 18:27
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Why Samsung And Motorola Are Bringing Back Foldable Phones
Folding phones are back. Samsung has the infamous Galaxy Fold and new Galaxy Z Flip, Motorola has its retro Razr, and there are plenty of other phones on the market. 10 Mar 2020, 16:00
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Why Don't We Have Flying Cars Yet?
Companies like Boeing, Airbus, Toyota and Uber are recognizing the need for more efficient travel, and injecting millions into developing VTOLs, or Verticle Takeoff and Landing Vehicles. 8 Mar 2020, 15:18
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How Airlines Make Meals For Thousands Of People
For many people economy class used to mean soggy pasta, rubbery eggs and dried-out chicken. For a time U.S airlines even stopped serving free meals altogether in economy class. But in 2019 U.S. 7 Mar 2020, 14:17
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How The United Kingdom's Health-Care System Works
As politicians in the US debate the best health-care policies to replace the current system, the United Kingdom’s National Health Service enjoys huge support from the vast majority of Britons. 6 Mar 2020, 18:01
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How Detroit Turned Trucks Into Luxury Vehicles
In the automotive industry, the word luxury often conjures images of sleek German sedans and sports cars. American carmakers have often struggled to compete at the higher end of this market. 5 Mar 2020, 17:00
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Amazon's Expired Food Problem
Amazon is shipping out food products from third-party sellers that are expired, stale, or tampered with. 4 Mar 2020, 17:19
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How The ‘Boring’ Toyota Camry Became A Best-Seller In America
The Toyota Camry could be called one of the most rational and reliable vehicles ever made. 2 Mar 2020, 16:59
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Why China Stopped Buying U.S. Recycling
In 2018, China banned the import of most of the world's recycling. Now, Chinese companies are investing in recycling facilities in the U.S. Chinese paper companies are opening offices in the U.S. 1 Mar 2020, 17:00
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The Rise Of The Drive-Thru
Drive-thrus were developed in the 1950s to make fast-food even faster. Drive-thrus have been surging in popularity—nearly 40% of consumers reported they’re using the drive-thru more often. 29 Feb 2020, 16:06
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Why Elon Musk And Jack Dorsey Have Big Plans For Africa
Jack Dorsey, founder of Twitter and Square, Inc, raised some eyebrows in Silicon Valley when he announced he was moving to Africa in 2020. 28 Feb 2020, 19:04
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How Discover Won Over The U.S. Middle Class
Discover is one of the largest credit card issuers in the U.S. and consistently tops a customer satisfaction survey. 26 Feb 2020, 17:00
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