When infrastructure is vulnerable to hackers, we pay
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A ransomware cyberattack on Colonial Pipeline has forced a shutdown of a major part of U.S. infrastructure. This is just the latest attack on critical infrastructure, something the Biden administration admits is a problem. Plus, companies navigate the debate over where employees will work going forward. And, some encouraging signs for those looking to buy houses.
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Fuel pipeline still not running like normal after ransomware cyberattack
Marketplace's Andy Uhler has more.
Executives, workers see future of remote work differently
Executives and workers prefer a mix of remote and in-person work, but PwC surveys find leaders favor more frequent office time.
Spring homebuying season makes a comeback
But some real estate brokers think the market may be loosening a little and buyers may be starting to get a little more power.
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Jonathan Frewin Producer, BBC
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