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Ben Shapiro is launching a new show

Ben Shapiro, the Daily Wire conservative commentator known best for his popular podcast "The Ben Shapiro Show," is launching a new show called "Debunked," Axios has learned.

Gas Price Surge Fueled by Supply Squeeze, But Biden Policies Could Drive Them Higher: Experts

While experts say the current gas price spike is mostly driven by demand recovering faster than the winter storm-squeezed supply, others warn “hostile” White House policies are likely to drive them even higher in the long term.

How the pandemic will reshape the job market

A shock to the job market as massive and as sustained as the coronavirus will leave lasting change — and damage — in its wake.

GameStop shares soar more than 20%, on track for fifth day of gains

(Reuters) - Shares of GameStop jumped on Tuesday for the fifth straight day, as the meme stock rally that began earlier this year got...

Drive-Throughs That Predict Your Order? Restaurants Are Thinking Fast

Inspired by pandemic lessons that kept customers in cars, chains are adding more lanes and curbside pickup, improving apps and testing menu boards that use artificial intelligence.

Tesla’s ‘Brutal Selloff’ Worsens, Market Value Losses Hit $300 Billion As Investors Move Away From Big Tech

Shares of electric carmaker Tesla–last year’s best-performing S&P 500 stock—plunged to their lowest level in three months Monday as the broader market rallied—yet another sign the recently booming market for tech stocks could be over, once postpandemic spending drives growth into other industries.

What’s Your Data Really Worth?

How mature data strategies dramatically improve bottom-line outcomes.

GameStop Frenzy Emboldens Supporters of Stock-Trading Tax

Proponents say tax could help fund infrastructure programs, while Wall Street groups contend it would hurt investors.

Inflation Will Destroy the Middle Class

And Biden’s massive stimulus bill won’t help matters.

Minimum Wage Hike Led To Higher Prices At McDonald’s, Study Finds

Increasing the minimum wage to $15 an hour has resulted in exactly what critics have predicted: A loss of low-skilled jobs and, according to a recent study, increased prices for the goods and services provided by companies that employ low-skilled workers.

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