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Pfizer Identifies Fake Covid Shots Abroad as Criminals Exploit Vaccine Demand
In Mexico, about 80 people received fraudulent doses, and in Poland authorities recovered vials containing anti-wrinkle drugs.
Snarled Supply Chain Trips Up Small Businesses
Shortages and delays in supplies are squeezing business owners. A Pennsylvania maker of packaging products even has trouble tracking down wooden pallets.
EU Plans Curbs to Artificial Intelligence, Facial Recognition
European officials want to limit police use of facial recognition and ban the use of certain kinds of AI systems, in one of the broadest efforts yet to regulate high-stakes applications of artificial intelligence.
Energy Giants Ditch Oil and Coal Assets. Smaller Rivals Want Them.
BP, Rio Tinto and others are selling the projects for financial and environmental reasons, in a possible boon for those companies that want to double down on fossil fuels.
Apple Unveils Subscription Podcasts, Latest iPad Pro
The tech giant added a paid subscription to its podcast app that heightens its competition with Spotify, along with other new products including an updated high-end iPad.
The Job Market Is Tighter Than You Think
Solid wage growth and unfilled openings point to much less slack than after the previous recession.
Strained IRS is Key to Biden's Agenda
The administration is seeking more money for enforcement and other tasks. Fixes are needed for the problem-plagued system, which allows hundreds of billions of dollars in owed taxes to go uncollected each year.