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Beyond Meat ‘Implodes’ As Consumers Lose Interest Even Amid Supply Chain Hurdles For Real Meat

As real meat becomes harder to find and more expensive, consumers are apparently still unwilling to try fake meat products from Beyond Meat.

How ‘Diversity’ Turned Tyrannical

What began as an effort to hire more minorities has turned into a demand for ideological engagement.

President Trump Launches Media Platform ‘Truth Social’

Trump's new social media platform will feature a subscription video service and will "stand up to the tyranny of big tech."

Supply-Chain Crisis Fuels Latest Retreat From Globalization

Covid-19, climate and geopolitics shatter integrated global production, threatening to end an era of low costs and endless variety.

BIDEN FACES DEADLINE FOR RELEASE OF MORE JFK ASSASSINATION PAPERS

John F. Kennedy was assassinated 58 years ago, but the U.S. government has balked at the full release of some secret CIA documents.

66 Cargo Ships Hover Near L.A., Long Beach Ports; UPDATE: 100 Ships

Sixty-six cargo ships were at anchor off the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the busiest and second-busiest container ports in the United States, respectively, on Monday as an ongoing cargo crisis continued.

Historic Bitcoin Futures ETF Debuts On New York Stock Exchange

The first bitcoin-linked exchange-traded fund in the United States today debuted on the New York Stock Exchange, presenting new investment opportunities for holders of brokerage accounts.

Buttigieg: Supply Chain Troubles ‘Will Continue into Next Year’

Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union” that the supply chain backups at America’s ports “will continue into next year.”

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