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Asian stocks rise except for Japan as markets watch China protests

TOKYO (AP) — Asian stocks were mostly higher on Tuesday as market jitters eased following protests in China discouraged by growing public anger over COVID-19 restrictions. Benchmarks rose in early trading in Australia, South Korea and China, while stocks fell in Japan. Oil prices have fallen. Japanese government data released on Tuesday showed the unemployment …

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The Thanksgiving travel rush is back with new habits

The Thanksgiving travel rush was back this year as people boarded planes in numbers not seen in years, putting inflation concerns aside to reunite with loved ones and enjoy some normalcy after two seasons. holidays marked by COVID-19 restrictions. Changing habits around work and leisure, however, could disperse crowds and reduce the usual stress of …

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Protesters beaten at Chinese iPhone factory

BEIJING (AP) — Police beat workers protesting conditions at the world’s largest factory for Apple’s iPhone, whose latest model is being delayed because anti-COVID measures are hampering manufacturing by China technology affordable to the world. Foxconn, a contract assembler that makes the global smartphone industry possible, didn’t have enough workers to make the new iPhone …

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Conviction of Elizabeth Holmes for Theranos Crimes: Live Updates

A federal judge was set to decide on Friday whether disgraced Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes should serve a lengthy prison sentence for deceiving investors and endangering patients while peddling fake blood-testing technology. Holmes sentencing in the same San Jose, California courtroom where she was found guilty of four counts of investor fraud and conspiracy January …

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