April 17, 2024

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When an industry loses 2tn dollars some questions need to be asked. After the crash of crypto comes the rebuilding. Over eight episodes, Crypto IRL, asks: what went wrong? How does the industry rebuild? And what will the future look like? As regulators move in and consolidation appears to be taking hold – how far from its original ideals will crypto stray and who will be the winners and losers?
Liz Truss’s Tax Cuts Set to Cost Millions of Workers More
Bankers Wanted for Thai Lender Looking to Triple Overseas Staff
Stifling Heat, Putrid Mud: Workers Race to Restore Florida Power
Boeing’s China Orders Dry Up on US Tensions in Boost for Airbus
Ex-Jones Day Lawyer Who Told Client to ‘Burn’ Messages Fined But Avoids UK Jail
Secretive Chip Startup May Help Huawei Circumvent US Sanctions
Three Scientists Share Nobel for Click Chemistry Breakthrough
Musk-Twitter Judge Says Oct. 17 Trial Is Still on — for Now
Six Ways to Tell If Xi Wins or Loses at China’s Party Congress
Liz Truss’s Enemies Worked the Room While She Huddled in Crisis
Financier Lars Windhorst Wants to Part Ways With Berlin Football Club
AmEx Is Ending Covid Vaccine Requirement for Offices in November
Review: In ‘Tár,’ Cate Blanchett Is a Maestro At Work
Boston Symphony Orchestra to Embark on 4-city Tour of Japan
China Has the Right Idea About Protecting Species
Southeast Asia Can’t Afford Climate Backsliding
Putin Finally Finds a True Friend in Saudi Arabia
Musk Won’t Own Twitter Until the Shareholders Get Paid
Capturing the Rainfall to Fight Drought in Mexico City
Big Tech’s Next Big Thing? Making You Pick a Team
Apple Made Anti-Union Threats in Oklahoma, Complaint Alleges
Roblox and Discord Sued Over Girl’s Sexual, Financial Exploitation
BlackRock Faces More ESG Fallout as Louisiana Pulls $794 Million
Electric-Vehicle Charging to Get Biofuel Credits Under EPA Plan
Michigan Lures $1.6 Billion Battery Factory in Fight for EV Jobs 
How to Solve the Great Urban Restroom Shortage
Hong Kong Seeing Rebound in Shared Offices After City Opens Up 
Crypto Lender Nexo’s Co-Founders Rebuff Insolvency Speculation
Hamilton Lane Preps Tokenized Funds to Draw Individual Investors
Bitcoin Rally Loses Momentum as Expectations for Fed Shift Eases
Ray Dalio has changed his mind on cash.
The founder of Bridgewater Associates has been disparaging cash as an asset since early 2018. But with interest rates rising sharply, the billionaire investor has had a change of heart. Cash, he recently tweeted, now offers “neither a very good or very bad deal.”


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