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Here’s Why Some Places Are Rationing Liquor Sales—Indefinitely

Topline The supply chain issues that affected everything, from the price of bacon and lumber inventories during coronavirus pandemic could now be
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The chip crisis is helping automakers and dealers do something they've wanted to do for decades: quit offering incentives and deals

Mustang Mach-E GT Performance Edition. Ford Car companies have fewer vehicles to sell so they are making more money on the ones that do. Bloomberg
New biomarker for severe COVID-19
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New biomarker for severe COVID-19

Credit: Gerd Altmann/Public Domain/Pixabay It has been shown that those with obesity and cardiovascular disease are more likely to develop COVID-19,
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U.S. crude oil price tops $80 a barrel, the highest since 2014

West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures crossed $80 per barrel on Friday, marking a rebound in demand and tight supply. On Friday, the U.S. crude
The Grid Isn’t Ready for the Renewable Revolution
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The Grid Isn’t Ready for the Renewable Revolution

It is almost as if the electric grid is creaking under the weight of the future. Two forces are bringing it to its breaking point, often literally.
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Tazah gets pre-seed funding to make Pakistan’s agriculture sector more bountiful – TechCrunch

Tazah Technologies is a B2B agricultural marketplace in Pakistan founded by Mohsin Zaka and Abrar Bajwa. They met while working as leaders at Uber's
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Oil prices could hit an 'off the charts spike,' says strategist

A strategist for CNBC said that oil prices could see an "off-the-charts spike" as winter nears, but that OPEC and its allies keep to their
Prioritising covid vaccines for people of colour may have saved lives
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Prioritising covid vaccines for people of colour may have saved lives

A Louisville, Kentucky vaccination clinic. April Jon Cherry/Getty Images A US modeling study found that prioritizing people of color for the
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China needs coal, and Australia has it. But something's standing in the way

In December 2019, workers removed coal carts from a Mentougou coal mine, west of Beijing. Many other mines have been closed as China struggles to
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Coca-Cola turns to bulk vessels normally used for grain and coal to transport manufacturing materials amid shipping crisis

Coca-Cola is using bulk shipping vessels to transport materials to its manufacturers. These vessels typically transport items such as coal and