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With Japan’s susceptibility to severe earthquakes and the growing threat of more powerful storms, engineers and architects have pushed the boundaries of technology and design to create resilient, increasingly disaster-proof buildings.
Vale Creates Venture Capital Arm to Spur Mining Innovation
German Football Flirts with Private Equity Money Again
Affirm CEO Says He’s Not Worried About Apple’s Pay Later Rival
Alibaba, Bilibili Eye Fresh Gains as China Approves More Games
Microsoft’s HoloLens Future in Question After Project Leader Departs
Iran Restricts Nuclear Monitoring Program as IAEA Censure Looms
Turkey Plans Temporary Cap on Home Rents as Inflation Rages
Hedge Fund D1 Borrowed Billions for Hot Bet Now Seen Melting Down
These Are the World’s 20 Most Expensive Cities for Expats
Six Easy-to-Grow Herbs That Will Get You to Flavortown, Fast
Walmart Heir Leads Group to Buy Denver Broncos
Inflation’s ‘Fun’ Period Was Way Too Brief
TSMC May Be Recession Proof, But It’s Not Bulletproof
The UK’s Conservatives Need to Find a New Leader
How Chicken Became the Only Meat Everyone Agrees On
America’s Inequality Problem Just Improved for the First Time in a Generation
Sheryl Sandberg’s Legacy Is an Internet of Targeted, Automated Ads
EU Set to Approve 40% Quota for Women on Company Boards by 2026
Bulk of US Venture Investors Want to Back Minority-Run Firms
Women Need Extra 18 Years of Work to Equal Pension Savings as Male Peers, Survey Finds
Ford’s Electric F-150 Comes With Adapter to Charge Stalled Teslas
Elon Musk’s 180 on Tesla Job Cuts Did Damage to His Credibility
Baltimore Looks to Expand Internet Access by Building Its Own Network
Paris’s Iconic Wallace Fountains Get a Second Life
San Francisco Crime Concerns Fuel Recall in Test of Liberal City
Japan Crypto Exchanges May Scrap System for Screening Tokens
Solana Ventures Raises Fund to Help Battered Korean Crypto Scene
Grayscale Hires Top Obama White House Lawyer as It Seeks ETF Nod
Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel made a tentative return to the public arena, saying President Vladimir Putin made a “big mistake” by invading Ukraine and warning that isolating Russia isn’t possible over the long term.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov arrived in Ankara for talks that may restart grain shipments out of Ukrainian ports on the Black Sea, while Kyiv is skeptical of the Kremlin’s intentions and seeking strong security guarantees that would allow it to export a key commodity.
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