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Gentrification meets Texas barbecue
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We'll also hear how investments in green energy could spawn a trillion-dollar industry and how a metal foundry is dealing with rising aluminum and zinc prices.
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The number of new jobless claims filed last week was the lowest since March of 2020.
Just how do researchers calculate that?
In his latest book, globalization scholar Parag Khanna looks at how and why our lives may become a lot more mobile in the decades to come.
More than 10,000 workers are on strike after they rejected a deal on wages and benefits.
Although prices for aluminum and zinc are ticking up, Adam Schaller, vice president of a Michigan metal foundry, says business is growing.
Pitmasters have become social media and television stars. A few have won James Beard Awards.