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Meet Jorge Perez. Forty years ago, he was an economic developer in Miami. Today he's a billionaire.
What is economic growth? And why is it so important?
The week the Delta variant threatened the economy: Just when Americans are getting into the throes of a hot vaxx summer, the Delta variant of the coronavirus is trying to stop the fun.
Post COVID, labor is gaining strength: McDonald's franchises to offer child care and tuition benefits to attract employees.
How vegan leather is made from mangoes:
Wholesale jumbo lump crab meat is selling for $60 (compared to $18-$22 normally). The reason: The Chesapeake Bay blue crab population dropped from 405m to 282m in 2021.
Experts say the ‘new normal’ in 2025 will be far more tech-driven, presenting more big challenges:
A plurality of experts think sweeping societal change will make life worse for most people as greater inequality, rising authoritarianism and rampant misinformation take hold in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. Still, a portion believe life will be better in a ‘tele-everything’ world where workplaces, health care and social activity improve
Pronouncing Chinese names for English speakers.
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