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Restaurateur Mario Carbone shows us his path from teenaged line chef on Northern Blvd, Queens to NYC dining upstart to global culinary kingpin.
US Recession This Year Is Now More Likely Than Not: Nomura
Airbus Seeks Qatar Resolution; Air India Jet Order: IATA Update
NetEase Shares Plunge After Diablo Immortal Game Launch Is Postponed
Tencent-Backed Broker Chases Growth Overseas After China Rebuke
China Lists Hong Kong Housing Among Big Focuses for Next Leader John Lee
UK Consumers Most Worried In Major Economies About Inflation
America’s Top 1% Lose $1.5 Trillion on Stocks Before Bear Market
Gold Billionaire to Moonlight as DJ at Sold-Out Cairo Club
A Luxury Glastonbury Stay Offers a Helipad, Spa and Swim-Up Bar
Fitzpatrick a Winner Again At Brookline as US Open Champion
Now Is the Summer of Britain’s Railway Discontent
Are the Days of UK Property Booms and Busts Over?
Weapons Failures Could Disarm Russian Arms Diplomacy
China’s Consumer Confidence Crisis Will Leave Permanent Scars
How to Mix Strategy Sessions With Karaoke at a Modern Company Retreat
Adults Who Love Toys? The Toy Industry Loves Them, Too
UK Pushed 100,000 People Into Poverty By Lifting Pension Age
World Swimming Bans Transgender Athletes From Women’s Events
Apple Store Workers in Maryland Become First in US to Unionize
Yellowstone Aims for Quick Opening; Flooded Towns Struggling
Magnitude 6.0 Earthquake Shakes Central Taiwan Coast
Barcelona Targets Cruise Ships in Its Latest Fight With Tourists
The Museum Seeking to Unlock a War-Hit Nation’s Mineral Wealth
Rikers Jail Replacement Plan Pits Chinatown Against New York City
Crypto Unicorns Are on Notice as VC Backers Gird for Slump
Crypto Market Starting to See Even Old-Timers ‘Panic Selling’
Bitcoin Bounces Above $20,000 in Swift Rebound; Caution Advised

As the crypto market crumbled this year, short-term speculators were among the first to dump their holdings. Now mounting losses have even some of the most steadfast investors looking like they’re bailing out.
A measure called the spent output profit ratio, which tracks how much profit has been realized from market activity in digital currencies on a blockchain on any given day, has declined to its lowest level in a year, according to Glassnode data. 


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