The world loves beans — but not Americans, despite the fact that they’re cheap and nutritious.
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Climate change has hurt olive production, stranding olive oil customers at a costly pit-y party.
It’s been a hard year for outlets that once sat at digital media’s cool kids table.
Improving tech and an aging population paint a rosy picture for airlift providers.
Why $2B in lottery prizes goes unclaimed in the US every year — and what happens next.
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Ness is a new credit card company that rewards members for health and wellness purchases.
Rodeos are putting a lot of money in a lot of chaps’ pockets.
Companies are ditching free returns, much to their customers’ displeasure.
Imgur’s impending content purge proves the impermanence of the internet.
Execs’ return-to-office push isn’t walking on eggshells anymore.
Everything we know — and don’t know — about AI going rogue.
Lei low, spend high: Hawaii struggles to strike a delicate balance in its bid to solve overtourism.
Plant lovers’ spending is up — sometimes with unbelievable price points.
Widespread burnout is driving the expansion of specialized clinics. Very, very expensive specialized clinics.
AfroTech’s new tool connects tech companies with diverse talent pools.
Simply acknowledging the impact of AI gave edtech firms a harsh haircut.
“The bigger the better” has given way to “the longer the wronger.”
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BetterUp analyzed 1.6k+ Zoom conversations to find out how we interact over video and what we like in a conversation partner.
Elon Musk’s profit-margin tinkering is making waves across the auto industry.
Companion is a smart device billing itself as “your dog’s automated, always-available playmate.”
Startups are looking to automate IVF, making it more affordable and reliable for aspiring parents.
Online sportsbooks are trying to move odds in their favor for their own high-stakes arms race.