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Far-right websites spread conspiracy theories touted by groups like Q Anon. Social media algorithms weaponized them, boosting Trump’s lies about the 2020 election. The groundwork for Jan. 6, 2021 was laid.
Norway May Scale Back EV Perks to Boost Public Transport
Russia Fallout Hits $7 Billion for European Banks Pulling Back
Shopify Plunges After Earnings Miss, $2.1 Billion Startup Deal
Verizon Mulls Price Increase in Response to Rising Costs
China Plans Policies to Rescue Growth, Support Tech Firms
U.S. Threat to Sanction Hikvision Shows China Ties Near a Tipping Point
Germany Rents Floating LNG Hubs to Cut Reliance on Russian Gas
One of Eastern Europe’s Richest Families Seeks to Diversify Fortune
Maradona’s  ‘Hand of God’ Jersey Breaks Babe Ruth Record With $9.3 Million Sale
Queen to Miss Traditional Royal Garden Party Season
FIFA Receives 3 Million Ticket Requests for World Cup Final in Qatar
Conservatives Won’t Be Able to Repeal More Than Roe
It’s a Long, Bumpy Road Back to 2% Inflation
Central Bankers Are Handcuffed by Old Narratives
How Managing by Moonshot Doomed Zillow’s Home Flipping
Stock Market Bottom-Fishers Are Trawling Risky Waters
The Abortion Pill Is the Next Battleground If Roe Is Reversed
Tesla Ex-Contractor Seeks to Appeal Reduced Racism Verdict
Donations Are Pouring In for Abortion Rights Organizations
U.S. Forgives $6.8 Billion in Public Service Worker Student Loans
California’s All-Renewable Moment Shows the Future of the Power Grid
Bill Gates Says Shorting Tesla Isn’t Hurting the Environment
Cities Mobilize for Roe Reversal by Strengthening Abortion Safe Havens
How Face-Me-I-Face-You Homes Became a Way of Life in Lagos
As Warsaw Reaches Refugee Capacity, Mayor Pleads for Europe-Wide Help
Coinbase’s NFT Marketplace Opens to All, But Users Don’t Show Up
Bitcoin Miner Marathon Posts Loss After Impairment Charge
Bored Ape Thefts on Instagram Are Crypto’s Latest Hack Headaches
A red, white and blue leather handbag by Gucci.

A California-based startup making cell-cultivated leather has raised $46 million in funding from investors including Kering SA, the maker of brands such as Gucci and Saint Laurent.
VitroLabs Inc. makes cellular-cultivated leather that replicates the structure of animal hides. It will use the funding to scale-up its operations and expects to start pilot manufacturing this spring, the company said in a statement on Wednesday.


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