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Why Does South Korea Want Ballistic Missiles? Because It Can't Rely On America

22 minutes ago   |   Forbes

Long-range ballistic missiles for South Korea would mean less reliance on U.S. protection.
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Walmart and Instacart partner for same-day U.S. delivery in fight against Amazon's Whole Foods

42 minutes ago   |   CNBC

Instacart already partners with Aldi, Target, Costco, Albertsons, Krogers, Walmart's Sam's Club, along with smaller grocers. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said during his House...
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Co-working firms are ditching office space after years of rapid expansion

1 hour ago   |   The Real Deal New York

The coronavirus pandemic put an abrupt end to the co-working industry's years of rapid expansion, and one in five co-working locations in the U.S. could soon be up for grabs...
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Simon's rent collection inches up in Q2 while profits plummet

2 hours ago   |   The Real Deal New York

Across Simon Property's portfolio of more than 200 U.S. malls, the company lost a combined 10,500 shopping days from April through June. Rent collection, unsurprisingly...
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Why some Black execs are moving abroad-for good

3 hours ago   |   Fortune

Good morning, Broadsheet readers! McDonald's sues its former CEO, Stacey Abrams talks about her political future with Janelle Monáe, and Black American executives working...
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Google's Lookout can now detect paper currency and read document text aloud

Google's Lookout can now detect paper currency and read document text aloud

3 hours ago   |   Venture Beat

Google's Lookout accessibility app is now available globally, and it comes with improvements, including U.S. paper currency detection.
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US producer prices up 0.6% in July, biggest jump since 2018

3 hours ago   |   Star Tribune

U.S. wholesale prices shot up an unexpected 0.6% in July, biggest gain since October 2018, with energy prices moving sharply higher.
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This Is What South Korea's First Aircraft Carrier Will Look Like

4 hours ago   |   Forbes

The South Korean navy's future aircraft carrier will look a lot like the U. S. Navy's 'America'-class assault ships, according to the defense ministry in Seoul.
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CVS Health Hub Construction Back On Track After Covid-19 Shutdowns

4 hours ago   |   Forbes

CVS Health is back on track with the rollout its new health hub concept to 1,500 stores across the U. S. within the next two years despite the continuing spread of the...
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TRD Insights: International real estate investment tumbles in Q2 with US hardest hit

4 hours ago   |   The Real Deal New York

Real estate markets worldwide saw investment sales fall in the second quarter, but none as much as the U.S. The Americas region saw deal volume fall to $43 billion in the...
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Lucid Air claims a stunning 517-mile range, making the $100,000 luxury sedan...

Lucid Air claims a stunning 517-mile range, making the $100,000 luxury sedan 'the world's longest range electric vehicle'

Lucid announced that its debut car, the Lucid Air, has an estimated EPA range of 517 miles on Tuesday. Lucid's range smashes the Tesla Model S's record of 402 miles. Range... Read more ...

The coronavirus is proving 'exceptionally difficult to stop' warns the World...

The coronavirus is proving 'exceptionally difficult to stop' warns the World Health Organisation as global cases surpass 20 million

The World Health Organisation says the coronavirus is proving 'exceptionally difficult to stop.' The WHO's comments came as the overall confirmed number of global cases reached... Read more ...

Fauci has questioned whether Russia's coronavirus vaccine is safe amid...

Fauci has questioned whether Russia's coronavirus vaccine is safe amid concerns nations are cutting corners to win the vaccine race

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Tuesday that Russia has approved a coronavirus vaccine for mass production. The drug - named Sputnik V in reference to Russia's Cold... Read more ...

Secret Gyms And The Economics Of Prohibition

Secret Gyms And The Economics Of Prohibition

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Trump and top Republicans call for college football season to go ahead, even...

Trump and top Republicans call for college football season to go ahead, even though conferences are cancelling games because they don't think it's safe

President Donald Trump is urging college football authorities to press ahead with the fall season despite the coronavirus continuing to spread in the US. Several conferences... Read more ...

Facing criticism over handling of arrests during unrest, State's Attorney...

Facing criticism over handling of arrests during unrest, State's Attorney Kim Foxx defends dropping cases

CHICAGO - Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx faced criticism from downtown business owners, the police superintendent and her political rivals Monday over her approach to... Read more ...

A California judge ruled that Uber and Lyft have to classify their drivers...

A California judge ruled that Uber and Lyft have to classify their drivers as employees, not contractors

Uber and Lyft will have to treat their California drivers as employees rather than independent contractors, a judge ruled Monday. The two companies were sued by the California... Read more ...

New York's MTA wants safer COVID-19 iPhone unlocking, and so should you

New York's MTA wants safer COVID-19 iPhone unlocking, and so should you

A prominent public transportation system has asked Apple to improve the iPhone's face-based unlocking system for public use. Here's how that should happen. Read more ...

MGM Resorts soars 25% after IAC buys 12% stake, calling it 'once in a decade...

MGM Resorts soars 25% after IAC buys 12% stake, calling it 'once in a decade opportunity'

MGM Resorts soared as much as 25% on Monday after IAC said it bought a 12% stake in the company for approximately $1 billion. IAC Chairman Barry Diller called investing in MGM... Read more ...

Inside McDonald's year of scandals and its race to fix its reputation as the...

Inside McDonald's year of scandals and its race to fix its reputation as the fast-food giant sues its ex-CEO over alleged sexual relationships with employees

McDonald's filed a new lawsuit alleging that former CEO Steve Easterbrook had sexual relationships with three coworkers and destroyed evidence of these... Read more ...