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Judge blocks Montana’s first-of-its kind state ban of TikTok

A US judge late on Thursday blocked Montana’s first-of-its kind state ban on the use of short-video sharing app TikTok from taking effect on Jan. 1, saying it violated the free speech…

Radio Host Frank Ski Says It’s ‘Almost Impossible to Give Good Service to Black People’ at Town Hall Addressing Aftermath of Keith Lee Atlanta Visit

A former Atlanta restaurant owner claims that Black patrons tend to be critical and demanding, making them the most difficult customers to please while addressing the fallout from social media…

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Talks Value of In-Person Banking (And Work)

Jamie Dimon now requires senior-level employees at JPMorgan Chase to be in the office five days a week. Drew Angerer/Getty Images As New York City seeks to convert tens of…

Panama to shut one of world’s largest copper mines after court ruling

Unlock the Editor’s Digest for free Roula Khalaf, Editor of the FT, selects her favourite stories in this weekly newsletter. Panama will shut one of the world’s largest copper mines,…

Modular Building Startup Veev is Shutting Down

Once a darling of the startup world in the construction sector, Veev is shutting down. Employees of the modular construction company were informed of the impending closure over the weekend,…

UPS and FedEx are no longer the top delivery companies in the US

Both UPS and FedEx have been eclipsed as the largest courier companies in the US by Amazon, which delivered more packages to US homes in recent years than both delivery…

Stock market is gaining momentum. What that means for December and beyond.

Barring a sudden bout of post-Thanksgiving indigestion, the U.S. stock market looks poised to log a healthy November rally. And while there are certainly no guarantees, history says momentum is…

Black Friday spending hits online record, shoppers avoid crowds

Black Friday bargain hunters shattered online shopping records, with nearly $10 billion spent online as consumers desperate for deals largely opted to avoid chaotic crowds. Buyers spent a record $9.8…

Gazans return to their shattered homes

Unlock the Editor’s Digest for free Roula Khalaf, Editor of the FT, selects her favourite stories in this weekly newsletter. Om Yazan Qodeih struggled to hold back the tears as…

Village Apothecary, independent pharmacy specializing in HIV, turns 40

A historic independent pharmacy, Village Apothecary, continues to fight for its customers 40 years after it first opened its doors at the eruption of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Greenwich Village.…