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ESPN reporter Allison Williams reports from a college basketball tournament at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., on March 8, 2017. Williams said in a recent Instagram video that she is leaving ESPN due to the company's vaccine mandate. Lance King/Getty Images hide caption

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In this Oct. 12, 2004, file photo, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc.'s headquarters stands in Hunt Valley, Md. Sinclair Broadcast Group said Monday it's suffered a data breach and is still working to determine what information the data contained. Steve Ruark/AP hide caption

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In this April 14, 2020 file photo, the thumbs up "like" logo is shown on a sign at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. Facebook says it plans to hire 10,000 workers in the European Union over the next five years to work on a new computing platform. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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Patients say telehealth is OK, but most prefer to see their doctor in person

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When this hedge fund buys local newspapers, democracy suffers

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Behind-the-scenes workers in Hollywood avert a strike

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies during a House Financial Services Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 30. Powell's term expires early next year, and President Biden must decide whether to reappoint him. Sarah Silbiger/UPI/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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What's at stake as Biden decides whether to stick with Jerome Powell as Fed chief

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People walk on a pedestrian overhead bridge past construction cranes at the Central Business District in Beijing on Monday. China's economic growth sank in the latest quarter as a slowdown in construction and curbs on energy use weighed on its recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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Supply chain problems? Have no fear, we've got DIY Halloween costume ideas

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IATSE vice president believes tentative deal will be 'overwhelmingly ratified'

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How supply chain disruptions are affecting Columbia Sportswear's business

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Minnesota based moccasin company apologizes for profiting off Native American culture

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The pandemic could be leading to a golden age for unions

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Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff speaks onstage during the TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco event in San Francisco on Oct. 3, 2019. Benioff is a proponent of stakeholder capitalism, the belief that companies must look out for the broader good. Steve Jennings/Getty Images for TechCrunch hide caption

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Why the Salesforce CEO wants to redefine capitalism by pushing for social change

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