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How Lithium Became a Hot Commodity | WSJ
Demand for lithium is expected to outpace global supply as consumers switch to battery-powered vehicles. With China currently leading in processing of the vital raw material, the U.S.
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Demand for lumber has skyrocketed during the pandemic, sending prices to all-time highs.
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The listing of Coinbase, the largest bitcoin exchange in the U.S., introduces a new way to invest in cryptocurrencies.
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The shutdown of cruise lines during the pandemic has had far-reaching economic consequences for America’s ports.
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Online pet retailer Chewy has seen a surge of growth over the past year as millions adopted new pets. WSJ spoke with Chewy’s CEO to learn how the company handled the pandemic pet boom.
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As tech companies become a key part of the auto industry, cars are looking more like giant computers on wheels.
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Two California wine companies are going public this spring, the first major wineries to do so since the late 1990s.
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As the NCAA’s revenue has increased, the debate has intensified over what types of compensation should be considered for college athletes.
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Bitcoin’s volatility has limited its adoption for payments, so entrepreneurs created stablecoins: cryptocurrencies pegged to assets such as the U.S. dollar.
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NASA is partnering with SpaceX, Blue Origin and others to search for water on the moon.
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The NCAA has created a ‘controlled environment’ with an extensive list of protocols aimed at keeping the coronavirus from upending March Madness for a second year.
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A type of Pratt & Whitney engine on Boeing 777s has failed catastrophically three times in a three-year span. Federal investigators are trying to figure out why.
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A year into the coronavirus pandemic, many schools are only partially open for fear they could fuel the spread of the virus.
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An aggressive Covid-19 variant called P.1 has spread from the Amazon to other parts of Brazil and has now been identified in U.S. cases.
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Following the GameStop trading frenzy, the SEC is expected to take a fresh look at payment for order flow, a decades-old practice that’s at the heart of how commission-free trading works.
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Israel is allowing vaccinated citizens to access gyms, restaurants and live concerts.
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As China moves closer to rolling out its new digital cash, there are concerns the government will track every transaction––not just of citizens but of foreign companies in the country.
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NASA’s Perseverance rover landed on Mars more than two weeks ago.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are the latest British royals to seek more financial independence from the monarchy.
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