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Protected: The Pandemic Is Ending, but Its Boost to the Online Farmers’ Market Will Last

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Mum’s the Word: Are mothers choosing to give up their careers or being booted out of the labor force?

“Having to choose between supporting the students at my school and supporting my son was very frustrating,” said Jennifer Anderson, 41, a mom from Merrillville, Ind. By Harini Chakrapani May 21, 2021 Jennifer Anderson, a mom from Merrillville, Ind., reached breaking...

As Pandemic Endures, Impact on Households is Here to Stay

David Goldstein’s wife, Amy, is a healthcare worker. He hates when people call her a hero. “‘Hero’ is what you call someone when you're okay with them dying,” Goldstein said. Americans are under unprecedented pressures from their employers, spouses, and families. In a...

Fed up, Desperate and Daring Enough to Unionize

Restaurant workers forfeited safety and security to keep their jobs in 2020. Now, growing numbers are turning to unions as the sole solution to a hazardous industry turned intractable.   1. I Don't Feel Safe When the pandemic's first wave breached Southern...

Nvidia’s next frontier isn’t gaming, it’s data and supercomputers

  The world of gamers that spend countless hours fighting zombies and cowboys is a far stretch from that of scientists fighting the coronavirus and climate change. But even though their world’s couldn't be farther apart, they still have three things in common, an...

From Ballooning Rent to Skyrocketing Student Debt: College Educated Millennials’ Expenses Are Keeping Them From Saving Money

Savanna Sullivan, a 27-year old artist from Portland Me., knew that pursuing a degree in painting from a prestigious art academy would be a difficult and expensive journey. But everyone around her instilled in her that this was the best way to hone her craft,...

Protected: A pandemic revolution for workout devotees, their instructors, and the gyms they used to frequent

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Amazon may be forced to break up its e-commerce empire

The tech giant’s record growth raises alarms of antitrust and data privacy violations. The numbers that describe Amazon’s role in the American economy are eye-opening. More than 197 million people shop online at Amazon and more than 112 subscribe to its $119-per-year...

Protected: One year later: The tide is turning against Tesla’s Shanghai factory

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Lululemon Grows Fast But Its Rivals Do Not Stay Stagnant

Anne Howard, a mother of two teenage daughters in San Francisco, said she was a loyal Lululemon customer and enjoyed shopping at a store near her home. But when she bought a gift for her husband this holiday, she chose Nike jerseys because the No. 1 pick for her...
Lululemon Grows Fast But Its Rivals Do Not Stay Stagnant

Lululemon Grows Fast But Its Rivals Do Not Stay Stagnant

Anne Howard, a mother of two teenage daughters in San Francisco, said she was a loyal Lululemon customer and enjoyed shopping at a store near her home. But when she bought a gift for her husband this holiday, she chose Nike jerseys because the No. 1 pick for her...

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