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Korea Blockchain Week Attracts Crowds Amid Market Turmoil

Falling prices and upheaval in the industry do not appear to have curbed Koreans’ appetite for crypto, blockchain and all things web3.  » mehr lesen

SoftBank Reports $23 Billion Loss as Tech Investments Plummet

Masayoshi Son, the Japanese conglomerate’s founder, said SoftBank would take fewer big risks in the future.  » mehr lesen

Can Global Shipping Be Fixed? One Regulator Will Try.

The Federal Maritime Commission, traditionally obscure, has been cast by Congress and the administration to help lead the campaign to tame inflation.  » mehr lesen

In an Unequal Economy, the Poor Face Inflation Now and Job Loss Later

Americans with low incomes are pulling back from buying even as their richer counterparts keep spending — with potentially big consequences.  » mehr lesen

The Week in Business: Blistering Job Growth

Elon Musk countersues Twitter. The Walt Disney Company’s bold subscriber ambitions may get a check in its quarterly earnings report. And the latest inflation number comes out.  » mehr lesen

Major Indiana Employers Criticize State’s New Abortion Law

The drug company Eli Lilly said it “will be forced” to look outside the state for employment growth. The engine maker Cummins said the law will “impede our ability to attract and...

How Argentines Cope With Inflation That’s 64% and Rising

With the world grappling with rising prices, a tour through Argentina reveals that years of inflation can give rise to a truly bizarre economy.  » mehr lesen

Why Alex Jones’s Trial Won’t Stop the Spread of Lies

His success has inspired a new generation of conspiracy theorists, who have learned how to stay away from legal trouble.  » mehr lesen

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