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Investors piled into videogame stocks Tuesday after Microsoft said it plans to acquire Activision Blizzard https://t.co/PM9MAGJ8AK
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A new United Nations report on the forced landing by Belarus of a Ryanair passenger jet in May raises fresh questions about the veracity of statements by its government about the events https://t.co/rmMOHpuvwx
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Hong Kong authorities ordered some 2,000 hamsters to be killed over concerns that the animals may have transmitted Covid-19 to humans https://t.co/uZF5XEqqWk
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AT&T has agreed to temporarily water down its 5G wireless network expansion plans to address air-safety regulators’ concerns about their signals’ effect on aircraft instruments https://t.co/GWLAAXFsEc
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The Biden administration’s website for ordering free Covid-19 rapid tests went live on Tuesday, a day ahead of schedule https://t.co/6KdFDeOY39
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The U.S. is preparing sanctions on pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine, officials said, as Secretary of State Antony Blinken seeks a diplomatic breakthrough to deter a Russian invasion https://t.co/yjv9iI0K2i
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Pfizer’s Covid pill worked against Omicron in lab studies, a sign that it can help keep the newly infected at high risk of severe disease out of the hospital https://t.co/y8jBJaLBoF
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From @WSJopinion: Sarah Bloom Raskin’s views should trouble Senators who care about the Fed’s independence. And they should especially concern Democrats whose state economies depend on fossil fuels. https://t.co/8ZWQO75g2f
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Golden State Warriors investor Chamath Palihapitiya has sought to clarify comments he made on his podcast, in which he said that nobody cares about China’s treatment of the Uyghur minority group https://t.co/SnUv4DP0R8
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A Texas law forbidding women from ending unwanted pregnancies after six weeks could stay in effect for at least several more months under a ruling Monday by a federal appeals court https://t.co/lvrpHgyfMe
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Bobby Kotick, Activision's longtime CEO, is expected to leave after Microsoft's deal to buy the videogame maker closes, people familiar say https://t.co/bQANceWuw8
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A growing number of companies are putting more money into employees’ 401(k) retirement accounts, employing another lever to attract and retain staff amid high turnover and competition for talent https://t.co/ZmzZP2CR35
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The drugmaker Gilead said a counterfeiting ring sold potentially dangerous fake versions of its HIV medicines that ended up with patients https://t.co/FFHHmoOGw7
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“Jeopardy!” still hasn’t named a permanent host, but the game show is on a winning run, thanks to defending champ Amy Schneider, more sportslike analytics and an executive producer communicating directly to fans https://t.co/2FtB46eEOa
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A Cincinnati government entity outbid more than a dozen investment firms to buy 194 homes in and around the city, the most aggressive response yet by local officials looking to keep tenants in their homes and private investors out of their neighborhoods https://t.co/y4oSPcBf3G
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“I’m very angry about what’s happening in South Africa." Mining executives are expanding operations elsewhere as attacks, unrest and crime rock the industry. https://t.co/3N8x6OvjjJ
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Kazakhstan’s former President Nursultan Nazarbayev, who was conspicuously silent during recent turmoil, denied that he had been embroiled in political infighting and expressed confidence in his chosen successor https://t.co/O1IWiOKVXC
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