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Jan 21, 2020

Is this really a “blue-collar boom”?

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Plus: AI goes to the movies, a new spate of retail closures and why China is leading the world in solar, wind and ... coal.

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The rise of the high-rise

by Amy Scott Jan 21, 2020
As more and more people want the amenities of urban living, there's nowhere to build but up.
At 44 stories, Baltimore's new 414 Light Street is the tallest apartment building in Maryland.
Amy Scott/Marketplace

Corporations turn green amid rising climate concern

by Nova Safo Jan 21, 2020
Starbucks is the latest company to announce aplans to address climate change.
A sign on display outside Starbucks's annual general meeting in 2018.
Stephen Brashear/Getty Images

Is there really a "blue-collar boom"?

by Kimberly Adams Jan 21, 2020
President Trump in Davos celebrated low- and middle-class gains. But staples of the blue-collar workforce, like manufacturing, are not faring well.
President Trump in Davos on January 21, 2020.
Fabrice Coffrini/AFP via Getty Images

How Hollywood is using AI predictions in business decisions

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Jan 21, 2020
Although the algorithms can crunch numbers and other data, they can't quite crack creativity.
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A look at why retailers may be closing so many stores

by Marielle Segarra Jan 21, 2020
Are retailers shedding space because they have too much or because they're not giving customers the best store experience?
People walk through a nearly empty shopping mall in March 2017 in Waterbury, Connecticut.
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