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Gazprom Caps Flows Via Key EU Route by 40% Amid Technical Issues
OPEC Says War Threatens to Slow Pace of Oil Demand Rebound
Oracle’s Cloud Sales Show Momentum, Sending Shares Higher
Pakistan E-Commerce Startup Raises Record $37 Million Series A
US and China Will Wage a 20-Year ‘Techno-Economic War,’ Says Billionaire Khosla
Newsmax Claims Smartmatic Vote-Rigging Theory Wasn’t ‘Inherently Incredible’
Biden to Visit Saudi Arabia In July, Due to Meet Crown Prince
Schwab Targets Americans in the UK With New Investment Products
Pimco Warned US Treasury That Russia Sanctions Will Hit Pensions
A.B. Yehoshua, Israeli Author And Peace Activist, Dies At 85
LEADING OFF: Yanks’ Donaldson to Serve Ban, Strasburg Out
Why Trump’s Own Appointees Are Setting the Record Straight
Where Does Jim Bullard Go for His Apology on Inflation?
William Barr Is Handing Republicans a Trump Exit Strategy
Amazon and Spotify Boost Podcast Offerings, and Audiences Soar
A Parisian General Store’s Radical Message for Its Customers? Buy Less
Wall Street Executives Can’t Stop Talking About a Recession
Bahrain’s BBK Appoints Seven Women to Boards of Group Firms
The Harsh Reality of Post-Roe America Is Already Playing Out in Texas
Tampon Manufacturers Say They’re Working to Address Reported Shortages
Offsets Watchdog Aiming for Clarity on Net Zero Risks Creating Confusion
What Are Carbon Offsets and How Many Really Work?
The Future of Factory-Built Homes Hits the National Mall
Where LGBTQ People Find Safe Spaces Around the World
When Cities Made Monuments to Traffic Deaths
Bitcoin Miners Are Flocking To Texas Despite Its Fragile Power Grid 
MicroStrategy Risks Margin Call as Bitcoin Breaches $21,000
Bitcoin Turns Lower Again as Celsius Weighs on Sentiment

Two big names in crypto are cutting jobs as the digital currency market continues to spiral downward. Crypto lending platform BlockFi Inc. said Monday that it will reduce its headcount by about 20%, while digital currency exchange announced a 5% cut on Friday.
The layoffs are yet another sign of trouble for the once white-hot crypto industry. Celsius, another top crypto lending platform, said Sunday that it was pausing withdrawals, swaps and transfers following weeks of speculation that it would be unable to pay out the significant returns promised on its products. Earlier this month, crypto exchange Gemini Trust Co. said it plans to slash 10% of its staff and Coinbase Global Inc. also announced that it is rescinding job offers and freezing hiring. 


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