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FedEx’s Profit Nearly Triples as Online Shopping Grows

FedEx said Thursday that its profit nearly tripled in its most recent quarter, despite winter weather that hobbled some of its facilities. Online shopping has surged during the pandemic as

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Chip Shortage Forces Ford to Build Trucks Without Computers

A global semiconductor shortage and a February winter storm have combined to force Ford to build F-150 pickup trucks without some computers. The company says the pickups will be held

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Myanmar Factory Attacks Put Focus on Chinese Influence

Confusion over what exactly happened during recent attacks on factories in Myanmar has highlighted the complex and troubled nature of the country’s relations with China amid a broad public backlash

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We’re Owed a March’: Hoop Fans Flock to Bet on NCAA Tourney

Jonathan Price was all set: He got tickets to the Elite Eight round of the NCAA basketball tournament at Madison Square Garden, where he, his two brothers and his dad

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Russian Man Admits Ransomware Plot Against Tesla in Nevada

A Russian man has pleaded guilty to offering a Tesla employee $1 million to get computer malware into the electric car company’s massive electric battery plant in Nevada for a

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Twitter Suspends Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene by Mistake

Twitter briefly suspended the account of U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Friday, but later said the move was a mistake. The Georgia Republican, who has in the past promoted

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US Charges Swiss ‘Hacktivist’ for Data Theft and Leaks

The Justice Department has charged a Swiss hacker with computer intrusion and identity theft, just over a week after the hacker embarrassed a U.S. security-camera startup and its clients by

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