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  1. Apple’s ad changes wiped $142 billion off Snap, Facebook, and other online ad giants

    Apple’s ad changes wiped $142 billion off Snap, Facebook, and other online ad giants

    Apple’s “ad-tracking transparency” changes are hurting ad-based businesses like Snap, Alphabet's Google, Facebook, Pinterest, and others.

  2. Researchers: A.I. can play a role in eliminating bias in lending, but only with human help

    Researchers: A.I. can play a role in eliminating bias in lending, but only with human help

    Can AI minimize bias in lending? Maybe, but only with a little help from human friends.

  3. WeWork returns to public markets as former CEO Adam Neumann reappears

    WeWork returns to public markets as former CEO Adam Neumann reappears

    WeWork returns to public markets after paring back founder Adam Neumann’s hand in the company. But the now notorious founder is far from out of the startup space.

  4. From crypto to supply chain strategy, here’s what mattered to CFOs this week

    From crypto to supply chain strategy, here’s what mattered to CFOs this week

    Research from Bank of America on digital assets and the comeback of value stocks are among the topics featured in CFO Daily this week.

  5. CEO expectations are changing—thanks, Delta

    CEO expectations are changing—thanks, Delta

    Fortune has a new CEO poll out this morning, in partnership with Deloitte.

  6. Biden White House debuts the U.S.’s first national gender strategy

    Biden White House debuts the U.S.’s first national gender strategy

    Its response to Texas's abortion ban previewed its 'whole of government' approach.

  7. Ukraine wants to build a top crypto jurisdiction, not the Wild West

    Ukraine wants to build a top crypto jurisdiction, not the Wild West

    In its quest to digitize the economy, Ukraine wants to be a well-regulated crypto market.

  8. To fix the planet’s broken food systems, we must count their hidden costs

    To fix the planet’s broken food systems, we must count their hidden costs

    Diet-related health issues, mistreatment of food workers, and the climate impact of agriculture are factors that policymakers must address.

  9. Government intervention is more of an American tradition than we care to admit

    Government intervention is more of an American tradition than we care to admit

    The lines between the government and business have always been blurred. The two have been deeply enmeshed, for better or worse, throughout history.

  10. The Child Tax Credit could be Biden’s bipartisan silver bullet

    The Child Tax Credit could be Biden’s bipartisan silver bullet

    Democrats fear that an ever-shrinking social safety net reaches fewer and fewer families in need, and Republicans worry that welfare benefits create dependence. Child Tax Credit is the solution.