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Elon Musk is the ‘Bravest’ Person on Earth, Netflix CEO Says
Eli Lilly’s Omicron Treatment Loses Emergency Use Authorization
Retirements Drive US Labor-Participation Shortfall, Powell Says
Powell Signals Downshift Likely Next Month, More Hikes to Come
Top Turkish Grocer Rejects Erdogan’s Claims on Steep Price Rises
P&G’s Sustainability Policies Are Target of SEC Complaint From Environmental Group
Wall Street Analysts Haven’t Been This Bullish on Tesla Since 2015
Apple Executive Who Pushed for Shift to Cloud Leaves for Roblox
Mark Zuckerberg Calls Apple App Store Rules a ‘Conflict of Interest’
Meta Reduces NYC Hudson Yards Space in Cost-Cutting Pivot
Fortress’s Brightline May Seek California Bonds for Las Vegas Train
White House Knocks Thune’s Bid to Tie Debt Limit to Entitlements
US Rents Fall for Third Straight Month in ‘Sharper’ Pullback
UBS Backtracks on CEO’s Plan to Reach Wider Swath of Wealthy US Clients
Review: A Haunting Ghost Story in ‘The Eternal Daughter’
Penguins D Letang Out Indefinitely After 2nd Stroke
China Protests Give Musk a True Taste of Running Twitter
The Nickel Market Almost Broke
The Soccer World Must Protect Iran’s Team
The Avatar Sequel Is a Make-or-Break Moment for Disney’s $71 Billion Fox Deal
FTX’s Collapse Validates Gary Gensler’s Crypto Skepticism
TikTok’s Viral Challenges Keep Luring Young Kids to Their Deaths
Bad Bunny Tops Spotify Streams in 2022 — Again
FDA Poised to Ease Blood Donation Restrictions on Gay, Bisexual Men
Hurricanes in the Atlantic Inflict $110 Billion in Losses This Year
China Is Leading the World on Heat-Pump Adoption
NYC Subway Rides May Cost $2.90 Next Year in Proposed Fare Hike
Buying Weed at an NYC Bodega? Watch Out for E. Coli, Salmonella and Lead
An Architecture Critic’s Street-Level Take on a Restless Metropolis
These Crypto Players Are Struggling After FTX’s Collapse (Podcast)
FTX’s LedgerX, a Solvent Corner of SBF’s Fallen Empire, Will Put Millions in Bankruptcy Pot
India to Test Retail Version of Digital Rupee in Thursday Launch
Travelers show their health codes for inspection at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport in Shanghai, China, on Sept. 30.
After rebounding to pre-pandemic levels last year, air traffic in China has sunk back down to 35% of what it was in 2019 as officials continue to impose restrictions on travel as part of their fraught battle with Covid. 
Flight activity has dropped sharply in the past two months, coinciding with a rise in infections and as authorities turn to more targeted measures instead of broad steps like citywide lockdowns. Beijing is still urging residents not to leave, while Shanghai has imposed restrictions on people entering the city. Localized lockdowns have effectively shuttered places such as Chongqing and Zhengzhou. Protests erupted in several cities over the weekend, with some demonstrators calling for President Xi Jinping to step down.


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