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Supply Chain Shortages Continue Around the World. Get Used to It.

Like most people in the developed world, Kirsten Gjesdal had long taken for granted her ability to order whatever she needs and then watch the goods arrive, without any thought […]







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An E.V. Start-Up Backed by UPS Does Away With the Assembly Line

“This is about getting the best, optimal delivery vehicle for us,” Mr. Wake said.Globally, UPS operates a fleet of about 120,000 vehicles, and around 13,000 of them use alternatives to […]




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A Vast Web of Vengeance

A Waterfall of MaggotsMs. Atas vanished from the public record for the next nine years. But around 2001, according to Ontario court filings, she was arrested and charged with assault […]




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To Survive the Pandemic, Savile Row Cuts a Bespoke Strategy

LONDON — One morning in early November, a tailor on Savile Row took the measurements of a client 5,500 miles away with the help of a robot. The tailor, Dario […]




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Uneasy Under Coronavirus Lockdown, Pubs in England Count Days Till Christmas

LONDON — At the Crooked Well, a neighborhood pub in south London that prides itself on its food, the Christmas menu is already decided. There will be venison and beef […]