The price of batteries has declined by 97% in the last three decades
My kind of vacation:
A commodities crunch caused by stingy capital spending has no quick fix: Limited inventory of resources is converging with a buying spree to supercharge prices, spurring inflation concerns
Texas’s population and political power are growing. Here’s why:
"Texas has found a simple formula for success — economic opportunity and a low cost of living — and stuck with it. People want simple things: good jobs, affordable housing and room for kids. And they’re willing to move to states that offer them."
What will they think of next: Flat-packed pasta?
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