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More than 1 in 5 adult Covid survivors in the U.S. may develop long Covid, a C.D.C. study suggests.

One in five adult Covid survivors under the age of 65 in the United States has experienced at least one…

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Business

Tiny Chips, Big Headaches

Imagine for a moment that the millions of computer chips inside the servers that power the largest data centers in…

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World

Behind Kazakhstan Unrest, the ‘Strongman’s Dilemma’

Kazakhstan’s explosion into unrest this week presents a stark warning to the strongman autocrats of the world: Leaving office is…

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World

Behind Kazakhstan Unrest, the Strongman’s Dilemma

Kazakhstan’s explosion into unrest this week presents a stark warning to the strongman autocrats of the world: Leaving office is…

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Business

Biden, Battling Supply Chain Woes, to Announce Port Will Operate 24/7

WASHINGTON — President Biden will announce on Wednesday that the Port of Los Angeles will begin operating around the clock…

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World

The Zambian Economist at the Crossroads of Global Business

For policymakers and business leaders seeking simple answers to complex problems, Dambisa Moyo is a valuable sounding board. With a…

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Business

Economic and Earnings Concerns Begin to Weigh on Stocks

Wall Street’s imperviousness to bad news, which enabled stocks to double in value from their pandemic panic lows, may be…

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Business

Facebook Is Weaker Than We Knew

One possible way to read “The Facebook Files,” The Wall Street Journal’s excellent series of reports based on leaked internal…

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