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Oil theft known as “bunkering” and the refining that comes with it are sickening and killing Nigerians living amid the pollution. It’s also creating one of the world’s most severe ecological disasters.
Zelle Emerges as Lawmakers’ Surprise Villain at Bank Hearings
FedEx Cost Cuts Aim to Save $2.7 Billion as Demand Weakens
UK Scraps Payroll and Dividend Tax Rises in ‘Pro-Business’ Plan
Amazon Gets NFL Streaming Win With 13 Million Viewers in Debut
EV Startup Faraday Cites Death Threats in Campaign Against Board
Don’t Spy on Employees to Ensure They’re Working, Microsoft Says
Elon Musk Should Provide Internet in Iran, Lawmakers Urge Yellen
Musk Can Use $7.8 Million Twitter Whistle-Blower Payment in His Counterclaims
Hawkish Fed May Push World Into Recession, Kenya’s Njoroge Says
Trump Special Master Declines Extra Pay for Review of Documents
Rents May Finally Have Peaked in the US
Crushed Pound at Weakest Since 1985 Leaves UK Investors in a Tough Spot
US Missing Many Starters Ahead of World Cup Warmup Vs Japan
James Cameron Turns to Earth Before Release of New ‘Avatar’
Buyout Loans Have a Bad Week
The Way to Police Big Tech Is Through US States
Ugly Politics Conjure Up Trade-Off Between Poverty Reduction and Inflation
How Neuroscientists Use Brain Breaks to Boost Creativity at Work
Price Cap on Russian Oil Risks Crisis It’s Meant to Prevent
Wall Street’s Bosses Reassert Themselves With the Return of Annual Culls
Almost Half of Women Say They’d Quit If Their Employer Didn’t Agree With Them on Abortion
Most Catholics in Michigan Support Adding State Abortion Protections
Tonga Volcano Blast Was Unusual, Could Even Warm the Earth
Almost 1 Million Puerto Ricans Still Without Power After Hurricane Fiona
With Two Months to Qatar’s World Cup, There’s a Lot Left to Do
A Global Push for More ‘15-Minute Cities’
Chicago Offers Sanctuary for Abortions, Gender-Affirming Care
Now That Ethereum’s Merge Happened, What’s Next?
Chief Metaverse Officers Are Getting Million-Dollar Paydays. So What Do They Do All Day?
Ether’s ‘Oversold’ Reading Belies History of More Losses
The cryptocurrency industry’s epic shakeout, having cost thousands of jobs and set off a round of consolidation, is reaching the corner office. 
Crypto exchange Kraken announced on Wednesday that co-founder Jesse Powell will step down as CEO, to be replaced by Chief Operating Officer David Ripley. The reshuffle comes shortly after Genesis’s Michael Moro and Bitcoin evangelist Michael Saylor, along with Sam Trabucco of Alameda Research, relinquished top positions. 


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