Fidelity believes Twitter has lost more than 60% of its value under Elon Musk.
A total of $27 million was funneled into the company without the newsroom's knowledge.
The peer reviewed report shows the globe's climate sentinel flashing red.
Decades of effort have gone into fusion energy, which promises almost limitless carbon-free power.
Most Gen Z-ers are interested in the same careers as the generations before them.
The broad market downturn, combined with the crash in cryptocurrency activity, has led to a shakeout.
Workers have had more than a year to reconsider work-life balance or career paths.
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The government says the tech giant is hiding business documents by misusing attorney-client privilege.
Startups and big corporations alike are releasing tech to put long lines online.
Trump views Pence as not fighting hard enough for him.
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A new generation of FDA-approved diabetes drugs that can also help patients lose weight has prompted enthusiasm from doctors and a firestorm of demand among patients so strong it's led to shortages.
The rising power and prominence of the nation's loudest, meanest voices distort our reality.
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Allies want to empower him to purge potentially thousands of civil servants.
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