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Nantucket grapples with who pays for climate projects and how much

Earlier this year, a waterfront house on Nantucket made headlines after its listing price plummeted 74% in the span of about six months. The three-bedroom,

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‘Sometimes, the facts don’t matter’: Attacks on DEI are an anti-capitalist war on American prosperity

Few three-letter words have polarized our country more than DEI—formerly known as diversity, equity, and inclusion. DEI has engaged America in a ruinous rhetorical civil

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Elon Musk’s Neuralink forced a pregnant employee to work with herpes-infected monkeys: lawsuit

Elon Musk’s brain-implant startup Neuralink Corp. forced an employee to work with monkeys that carried the Herpes B virus in conditions in which the animals

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Real estate bargain-hunters are grabbing discounted offices for up to 70%

It’s no secret that commercial real estate has been struggling the past few years. The sector is still reeling from the pandemic, which pushed more

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Booz Allen Hamilton CEO: America needs a whole-of-nation approach in its great power competition with China

It was a small item in the Asia Times—yet it was anything but small. Chinese scientists announced a breakthrough in an advanced military surveillance device

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Shein is bad for the fashion industry and our planet—but I can’t wait for the IPO

Lawrence Lenihan is the chairman and co-founder of Resonance and an adjunct professor at NYU’s Stern School of Business. Ultrafast-fashion retailer Shein is evidently taking

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Dr Pepper tops Pepsi among soda drinkers

Dr Pepper is the very definition of a soda slow burn. Founded in 1885, before Coca-Cola or Pepsi were on the market, it has always

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S&P downgrades France as debt to soar more than expected, putting it on par with Czech and Estonian ratings

S&P Global Ratings downgraded France, tarnishing President Emmanuel Macron’s record for debt management and plunging him deeper into political difficulties a week before European elections. 

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Alaskan rivers are turning orange. Here’s why

Normally, the rivers that run through Alaska are a pristine blue. But lately, there have been a number that look rusty—orange, even.  It’s not pollution

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Flavor Flav is the official hype man for a U.S. women’s Olympic team

Maggie Steffens asked for more support for the U.S. women’s water polo team, and the captain received one particularly surprising response. From a clock-wearing rap