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Some mining giants don’t count transport deaths, making safety records look better and allowing executives to get bigger bonuses
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Young Europeans, tired of adhering to social-distancing measures, flock to beaches and bars, fueling a rise in Covid-19 cases across the continent
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"This is utter carelessness." A giant pile of ammonium nitrate sat neglected in Beirut for years before exploding. Here’s how that happened.
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Apple is facing a patent lawsuit that could prevent it from selling many of it products in China
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The economic shock of the pandemic could exacerbate stagnation in emerging markets
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China was the first major economy to emerge from the coronavirus. Now, its consumers are proving to be a lifeline for Western companies.
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As local opposition groups are silenced by Beijing’s grip, Hong Kong and Chinese authorities are facing a new class of activists like Samuel Chu, who are fighting from a distance
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The meerkats are bored. Row the cockatoo is singing alone. Zoo animals are missing their human visitors.
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5G, the next-generation wireless standard once exclusively the province of top-line smartphones, is sliding into more affordable handsets faster than expected
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Hong Kong Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau called the latest sanctions “unreasonable and barbarous”
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The U.S. and South Korea will soon start their third major combined military exercise using computer simulations, two years after Trump ordered field drills be scaled back
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From : If the lawsuit succeeds, and the NRA is dissolved, some other group or groups will take its place—let’s hope with better management, writes The Editorial Board
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A “Canzuk Union”—uniting Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the U.K.—would immediately enter the global stage as a superpower, writes historian Andrew Roberts
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Here's an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal's weekend edition
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“The idea that you can talk freely in Hong Kong, that’s likely going to change, and change immediately.”
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A biotech entrepreneur has paid $57.25 million for a home in Vail, Colo., setting a record sales price for the affluent mountain town
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The pandemic has thrown a lot of organizations into managerial turmoil, Samuel A. Culbert writes. And it may turn out that turmoil is just what a lot of managers needed.
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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation said it is backing the world’s largest vaccine maker to churn out 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccine for poorer countries and price them at less than $3
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A small U.S. company with ties to the U.S. defense and intelligence communities has embedded its software in numerous mobile apps, allowing it to track the movements of hundreds of millions of mobile phones world-wide
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From : Politicians want to blame the rich for wealth disparities, but their policies are creating them
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