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Silicon Valley layoffs aren’t just a cost-cutting measure. They’re a culture reset.

Sam Bankman-Fried tries to explain himself

Welcome to the crypto ice age

Easy ways to organize your digital life, from photos to emails

How economists know whether inflation is getting better

Basically everything on Amazon has become an ad

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The state of the economy on Election Day, explained in 6 numbers

What Congress could actually do about inflation

The ugly story of how corporate America convinced us to spend so much on water

The messy true story of the last time we beat inflation

The planned Penguin Random House-Simon & Schuster merger has been struck down in court

How to start saving and investing money — even amid economic uncertainty

Rich crypto executives really want voters to care about crypto. Good luck with that.

What aren’t we doing to fix inflation?

The Big Tech boom is over and Wall Street knows it

Where do restaurant “service fees” really go?

How to make sense of the positive GDP report

Is the cure for inflation worse than the disease?

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Beto O’Rourke can’t win without suburban women. They don’t seem sold.

Biden has ambitious infrastructure goals. Made-in-America rules could slow them.

Why fighting inflation will disproportionately hurt Black workers

America’s Trumpiest court just declared an entire federal agency unconstitutional

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Skanda Amarnath is figuring out how to fight inflation while keeping people employed

Oops, we forgot to fix the supply chain

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Why Cheri Beasley might be Democrats’ most underrated Senate candidate

Is the stimulus to blame for high inflation?

Why food keeps getting more expensive

OPEC was always going to mess with oil prices. Was Biden’s team naive?

The pandemic could have changed how employers think about layoffs

Elon Musk wants to buy Twitter again, spam bots and all

You know what your wedding doesn’t need? Doughnut walls.

The UK’s growing economic crisis, explained

Tech billionaires lost $315 billion in 2022 and it genuinely doesn’t matter

 The mysterious ad slump of 2022

The child care crisis just keeps getting worse 

“The party is over”: How Meta and Google are using recession fears to clean house

Mandatory overtime is garbage

How interest rate hikes ripple throughout the economy

Rising rent prices are keeping inflation high

What the high-profile layoffs at Snap, Netflix, and other companies could mean for the economy