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In Chicago, a 10-year-old creates care packages that include everything from food to socks and toiletries for the homeless. Then there’s the young man who, looking to address the problem of sour candy that disappoints, becomes an online influencer who builds a business around his own candy line.
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Hong Kong Wealth Fund Hit By $7 Billion Quarterly Loss
Alibaba Recovers After Report on ‘Ma’ Briefly Erased $26 Billion
Musk’s Grand Vision for Twitter Faces Reality Check in Asia
Sandbox AQ Gets Backing From CIA’s Venture Capital Arm
Surprise Australia Rate Hike Spurs Bickering by Election Rivals
Ukraine Latest: EU Eyes African Gas to Cut Reliance on Russia
NYC Mayor Brings Political Statements Back to Met Gala With ‘End Gun Violence’ Jacket
Barclays Hires 18 From Credit Suisse in Prime-Brokerage Push
Celebrities, Fashion, and Finance Walk the Met Gala 2022 Red Carpet
Kim Kardashian Wears Historic Marilyn Monroe Gown at Met Gala
RBA Gets Hawkish. Just in Time for Elections
Why are Spain and Portugal Getting Special Energy Treatment?
Israel’s Support of Ukraine Alliance Is Risky But Unavoidable
China Cracked Down on Big Tech Companies. Now It Needs Them
Nobody Knows Where the Red Line Is for Cyberwarfare
ESG Investing Is Hard. Doing It via ETFs Is Harder
Protesters Rush to Supreme Court After Abortion Ruling Report
What Are Civil Rights Audits, and Why Are Companies Doing Them?
Gulf in Share Option Grants to Men and Women Amplifies Pay Gap, Study Finds
Tech Billionaire Sets Up AGL Climate Showdown in Australia
Heat Wave Sparks Blackouts, Questions on India’s Coal Usage
What Should Ukraine’s Reconstruction Look Like?
What Does Affordable Housing Do to Nearby Property Values?
How Public Schools Are Going Net Zero
Coinbase CEO Predicts One Billion Crypto Users Within a Decade
Two Argentine Banks Allow Customers to Buy Cryptocurrencies
Bitcoin Boosters Defend Mining to EPA, Blame Power Producers
Omer Keilaf 

Shares of Innoviz Technologies Ltd., an Israeli lidar startup that went public last year in a reverse merger, jumped the most in five months after it said it won a production contract from one of the world’s largest carmakers.
The deal is poised to add $4 billion to Innoviz’s order book, according to a statement Monday. The sensor manufacturer didn’t disclose the name of the company, saying that it would “elaborate further” on the pact during a May 11 earnings call.


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