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Can 8.8 Million DNA Spit Tests Add Up to a Cancer Breakthrough, Or Just a Privacy Nightmare?

23andMe is using its customers’ genetic data to try to become a new kind of pharma company

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Bloomberg Businessweek
November 08, 2021

Xi Hits the Campaign Trail (Really)

Even in communist China, the president must bolster support and woo the elite to secure another term

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Bloomberg Businessweek
November 01, 2021

Black Food – Beyond Soul Food

More than just a cookbook, Black Food bears witness to a vital culinary culture

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November 01, 2021

THIS FLOOR CAN KILL YOU

Americans spend $50 billion a year recovering from spills. An ex-flooring salesman says he’s battling Big Floor to make everyone’s footing safer

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November 01, 2021

Fox Wants to Profit From Your Rainy Day

Its new weather streaming service is betting on digital sizzle and customized forecasts

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November 01, 2021

The Daydream Collectors

In a year without much tourism, the market for vintage travel posters has taken flight

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November 01, 2021

Will Sarasota's New Arrivals Spoil It for Everyone Else?

An influx of wealthy seniors and work-from-homers is pricing out younger locals

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Bloomberg Businessweek
November 01, 2021

The Man Behind the Metaverse

Andrew Bosworth is in charge of the project Facebook sees as its future

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November 01, 2021

Selling China on La Dolce Vita

Venerable Italian coffee brand Lavazza has big plans in a market Starbucks rules

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November 01, 2021

Korea's Soft Power Is More Samsung Than Squid Game

Korea’s Soft Power Is More Samsung Than Squid Game

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Bloomberg Businessweek
November 01, 2021

HOW FAR WILL WORKERS GO?

Along with the Great Resignation and #Striketober, the unemployed are fighting for reforms that could translate into lasting leverage

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Bloomberg Businessweek
November 01, 2021

For Keepsakes

Polaroid’s Hi-Print transforms your favorite digital photos into immediate souvenirs

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 11, 2021

De-radicalizing the Extremists

Parents for Peace enlists ex-believers to help families win back loved ones drawn to Islamism, QAnon, and other ideologies. Demand has never been higher

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 18 - 25, 2021

Europe's Energy Crisis Is Coming for The Rest of Us

Millions of people around the globe will feel the impact of soaring natural gas prices this winter

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 04, 2021

Big Sky's Moment of Glory

The most rugged resort in Montana gets speedy lifts, luxury hotels, and fine dining to match its extreme slopes

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 18 - 25, 2021

Black Hairstyles Need Protection

In most U.S. states, employers and schools are allowed to discriminate against box braids, locs, and other traditional styles. A coalition of activists and legislators has started to change that.

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 18 - 25, 2021

High Stakes On the Lake

Justin Bibb wants to be Cleveland’s next mayor. If he beats Kevin Kelley, he’ll inherit serious problems—and a windfall to fix them

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October 18 - 25, 2021

Can twitter get us to be nice?

Social networks are all designed to make people angry and keep them coming back for more. Now, one of the worst offenders is trying to be less of a hellscape

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 18 - 25, 2021

Let's Make Covid Testing Part of Our Morning Routine

A Harvard immunologist champions low-cost, at-home rapid tests to beat the pandemic

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 18 - 25, 2021

Homeopath, heal thyself

Natalie Grams believed—really believed—in the healing power of homeopathy. Then a health crisis of her own forced the German physician to question her faith

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 18 - 25, 2021

Stuck on the Sidelines of The U.S. Job Market

Conversations with some of the 5 million out-of-work Americans shed light on why so many jobs are going begging

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October 18 - 25, 2021

The Hunt for the Most Lucrative Patients

Privately run Medicare Advantage programs get paid more when members look sicker—even if they don’t receive more care

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October 18 - 25, 2021

Wall Street's Toughest Turnaround

Jane Fraser is rethinking Citigroup and what it means to work at a megabank

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October 18 - 25, 2021

Brazil Speeds Up Mobile Payments

A year ago the Pix platform didn’t exist. Now half the population uses it like cash

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 11, 2021

11 Things I Never Knew About Disney World Until I Worked There

Whether it’s children ditched with Mary Poppins or ladies lusting after Captain Jack Sparrow, “the Most Magical Place on Earth” is also one of the most colorful places to work

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 11, 2021

Define ‘Stable'

A wild search for the billions of U.S. dollars supposedly backing Tether, the world’s most popular stablecoin

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 11, 2021

Electric Truck vs. the Hype

The Rivian R1T promises to save the world and change the way Americans drive. Is it really that good?

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 11, 2021

The Only College Beer Game That Matters

A decades-old business school simulation exercise illuminates how human error can snag up supply chains

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October 11, 2021

The New Disney World Hacks

With Genie+ replacing FastPass+—and pandemic-related restrictions galore—there’s a lot you need to know to still have a magical time in Orlando.

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 11, 2021

The Yellen Way

The treasury secretary relies on her quiet, above-the-fray authority for influence in Washington

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Bloomberg Businessweek
October 11, 2021