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Jasmine Garsd

Senior Reporter

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How Tesla made a U-turn

Jan 29, 2020
Last year seemed a troubled one for Tesla. And now? Its stock has more than doubled since October.
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Netflix's "The Witcher" is a hit — according to Netflix

Jan 22, 2020
Seventy-six million Netflix accounts have watched Henry Cavill and his dimpled chin fight monsters — for at least the first two minutes.
Producer Lauren Schmidt Hissrich and actors Henry Cavill, Freya Allan and Anya Chalotra at the photocall for Netflix's "The Witcher" at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood on Dec. 3.
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Is Hollywood still #SoWhite?

Jan 13, 2020
Women are getting more main character roles in movies. But mostly white women.
The BAFTAs have once again come under fire for their lack of diversity.
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Anime could be a key to streaming domination

Jan 9, 2020
As streaming platforms compete for the attention of young viewers, many are investing in Japanese animation.
The anime show "Neon Genesis Evangelion" is streaming on Netflix.
Screenshot via Netflix

2020: Year of the pop star documentary

Jan 6, 2020
Platforms like Netflix, HBO and Amazon are competing with each other for celebrity life stories, at about $25 million a pop.
Rihanna reportedly signed a documentary rights deal with Amazon prime, for $25 million.
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Time's Up is making progress. Slow progress.

Jan 1, 2020
The group's legal defense fund has raised more than $24 million.
Costume designer Ane Crabtree attends the Costume Designers Guild Awards in February 2018 in Beverly Hills, California.
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Pepsi takes another shot at the coffee market

Dec 25, 2019
Will Pepsi Cafe join the pantheon of fad soda flavors that are here and quickly gone?
Pepsi Cafe will have twice as much caffeine as a regular Pepsi.
Courtesy of PepsiCo

What will the new North American trade agreement change?

We take a look at what it will mean for drug prices, automakers and the tech industry.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during this morning's news conference on the USMCA trade agreement.
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