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  1. U.S. industry tackles Indian COVID crisis

    U.S. industry tackles Indian COVID crisis

    The group was organized by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

  2. Emotional attachments to businesses can hurt your bottom line

    Emotional attachments to businesses can hurt your bottom line

    “Our study found that 79% of respondents failed to meet price expectations for their most recent divestment,” says an EY exec.

  3. Global stocks rebound—but nothing can beat the surge in Dogecoin

    Global stocks rebound—but nothing can beat the surge in Dogecoin

    U.S. futures are gaining after a rough sell-off on Tuesday.

  4. Inclusion in an age of radical collaboration

    Inclusion in an age of radical collaboration

    Former Pennsylvania senator, failed presidential candidate, and current CNN commentator Rick Santorum did the people of the United States a service this week by reminding us of our roots.

  5. Reactions to the corporate ‘woke wars’ range from ‘rah-rah’ to revulsion

    Reactions to the corporate ‘woke wars’ range from ‘rah-rah’ to revulsion

    Here's what Fortune's Data Sheet tech newsletter readers think about the "woke wars" going on inside Basecamp, Coinbase, and elsewhere.

  6. The benefits of ‘shallow’ artificial intelligence

    The benefits of ‘shallow’ artificial intelligence

    Why financial giant FICO uses so-called shallow neural networks in some of its products, including one that’s used to identify credit card fraud.

  7. The SEC may get tougher on ESG claims—shaking things up for investors

    The SEC may get tougher on ESG claims—shaking things up for investors

    Asset managers may have to disclose more about what makes their strategies climate-friendly or ethical. That could slow down the ESG boom.

  8. I led the Biden presidential transition. Its leadership lessons can apply to any organization

    I led the Biden presidential transition. Its leadership lessons can apply to any organization

    Former senator Ted Kaufman discusses the leadership lessons to be gleaned from Joe Biden's presidential transition.

  9. Why the new, bolder U.S. climate goal will boost the economy

    Why the new, bolder U.S. climate goal will boost the economy

    The Biden administration's greenhouse gas emissions target is a huge opportunity; not acting on the climate emergency is a far grater risk.

  10. Designing for trust: Business lessons from an underdog ride-share startup

    Designing for trust: Business lessons from an underdog ride-share startup

    HopSkipDrive is unique in how it embeds trust into its operating model—offering an example that much bigger businesses could learn from.