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Why The EV Industry Has A Massive Supply Problem -CNBC


The United States has a lithium supply problem. Lithium-ion batteries are in everything we use in phones, laptops, tablets, cameras and increasingly cars.

What Causes Long Covid and Who Is Most at Risk? | WSJ


New studies offer clues about who may be more susceptible to long Covid, a term for lingering Covid-19 symptoms.

Why Commercial Planes Are Shrinking - Cheddar


For decades, flying the distance was synonymous with jumbo jets, but today narrow-body aircraft are now proving they are up for the task.

How Airships Could Overcome a Century of Failure -Bloomberg Quicktake


A new breed of airships seeks to take flight and provide a greener solution for both luxury travel and heavy industry.

Cars Are Safer But New Tech Brings Risk -CNBC


Car safety was once an afterthought, but now automakers brag about their safety ratings from groups like IIHS or NHTSA’s New Car Assessment Program.

These Companies Are Making Billions From At-Home Tests -CNBC


The at-home testing market is bigger than just Covid tests. The emerging marketplace of consumer-initiated lab testing may be worth over $2 billion dollars by 2025.

Why The Future Of The Oscars And Emmys Might Be In Jeopardy -CNBC


The Oscars and Emmys are the two oldest entertainment award ceremonies. Making their broadcasting debut to millions of televisions in the 1950s.

How did Hertz bounce back from bankruptcy? | FT Big Deal


When the pandemic hit America’s shores, it crippled car-rental giant Hertz. -from Financial Times

Inside New York's One-Of-A-Kind Water System - Cheddar


Getting water from upstate reservoirs to the taps of over 8.5 million people in New York City is no easy feat.

Why All Apps Look Suddenly The Same - Cheddar Explains


The world of mobile app design is changing quickly, and it’s farewell to color, quirks and exotic fonts.

The Plan To Literally Expand New York City - Cheddar Explains


What if we added the equivalent of over 1300 football fields to the tip of Manhattan? This was the proposal of a recent op-ed in The New York Times - increasing the size of the borough by about 12%

Why GM Ditched Heated Seats In The Middle Of Winter -CNBC


A global shortage of microchips is devastating the auto industry. Carmakers are forced to sell cars without features like heated seats, considered essential in colder climates.

How New York Maintains Its Over 2,000 Aging Bridges -Cheddar


These engineering marvels have helped set the tone for how bridges around the world are designed. Here is how New York builds and maintains its aging bridges

Why U.S. Ports Are Some Of The Least Efficient In The World -CNBC


The Port of Los Angeles, the busiest port in North America, saw record volume in 2021. Imports including furniture, car parts and apparel surged to a record 5.5 million TEU's in 2021

Bikes, Bitcoin and Bonuses: How Smaller Cities Lure Remote Workers -Bloomberg Quicktake


Across America, smaller cities and less-populated states are offering cash and perks to lure remote workers away from big metropolitan areas. But are these incentives worth packing a moving van?

How Remote Workers Are Secretly Juggling Two Full-Time Jobs -Bloomberg Quicktake


With the pandemic’s turbocharged acceleration of remote work options, many employees have sought to capitalize on the lack of personal supervision by secretly working two (or more) full-time jobs.

The Risks And Rewards Of The Metaverse Real Estate Boom -CNBC


There’s a land rush happening — and it’s not in New York City or Beverly Hills. Professional real estate agents, and celebrities are buying up land that doesn’t even exist in the real life.

The Italy-Switzerland border is melting -Vox


How a ski lodge became trapped in a border dispute.

Why The U.S. Is Running Out Of Paint -CNBC


Demand for raw materials in the paint industry soared over the pandemic as quarantined consumers took to DIY projects and home improvement.

How American Is Your Car? -CNBC


Contrary to what the average consumer may believe, there are no cars that are completely American made.