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The boss of NYC's subways is departing. How'd he fare?

by Justin Ho Jan 25, 2020
Andy Byford came to New York with a reputation for fixing transit in Toronto and London.
It's the last stop for Andy Byford, who announced this week that he's resigning as head of the New York City subway system.
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Brexit

Will Brexit damage British tech?

by Stephen Beard Jan 24, 2020
While it faces competition from tech hubs like Berlin, London is unlikely to lose its tech crown, said one tech venture capitalist.
View of London's Old Street roundabout, also known as the Silicon Roundabout due to the proximity of startups in the area
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Amazon restricts reviews of "American Dirt"

by Amy Scott Jan 24, 2020
Comments on the controversial new book must be written by verified buyers, raising questions about the company’s influence on speech.
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China's service economy imperiled by virus emergency

by Scott Tong Jan 24, 2020
Services now form a key sector in China's economy.
Residents wear masks while buying vegetables in the market on Jan. 23th, 2020 in Wuhan, China.
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In China, coronavirus curbs New Year celebrations ... and spending

by Jennifer Pak Jan 24, 2020
The holiday is usually a peak purchasing period, but the illness is threatening to derail the much-needed bump in the Chinese economy.
Shoppers wearing masks Wednesday prepare for Lunar New Year in Wuhan, ground zero of the coronavirus outbreak.
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5 things you need to know about the coronavirus

by Janet Nguyen Jan 24, 2020
A new strain of the virus has affected people around the world.
Chinese children wear protective masks as they wait to board trains at Beijing Railway station before the annual Spring Festival on Jan. 21, 2020 in Beijing, China.
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Government shutdown 2019

A year after the shutdown, federal contractors still digging out of a financial hole

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jan 24, 2020
The longest government shutdown in U.S. history has had lasting effects for workers.
Government workers protest the shutdown on Jan. 10, 2019, in Chicago.
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Music’s biggest night, by the numbers

by Katherine Wiles Jan 24, 2020
You may not be surprised to learn Beyoncé is the most nominated woman ever.
Beyoncé poses with her Grammy wins at the 59th Grammy Awards in 2017 in Los Angeles, California.
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Check Your Balance ™️

Stop using credit cards, save more for retirement, and other 2020 financial resolutions

by Samantha Fields Jan 24, 2020
We asked, you answered. Six people share their financial resolutions for the new year.
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Trump administration takes aim at "birth tourism"

by Kimberly Adams Jan 24, 2020
New visa rules add restrictions for pregnant visitors and those seeking other medical treatment in the U.S.
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