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Popeyes bold plan to squeeze MSG out of its chickens by 2025 is running into the supply-chain crisis

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Popeyes bold plan to squeeze MSG out of its chickens by 2025 is running into the supply-chain crisis

Popeyes is working toward a menu without artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Read More

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Leading crypto analysis firm reveals ‘contagion in the markets,’ saying Three Arrows Capital was ‘victim’ of the staked Ether ‘depeg’

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Leading crypto analysis firm reveals 'contagion in the markets,' saying Three Arrows Capital was 'victim' of the staked Ether 'depeg'

Blockchain analytics firm Nansen is out with a report on Celsius and Three Arrows Capital, the firms currently at the center of the crypto market meltdown. “3AC seemed like a victim of the contagion. A case of the wrong place wrong time.” Read More

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Europe calls the end of the combustion engine era with deal to eliminate CO2-emitting cars by 2035

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Europe calls the end of the combustion engine era with deal to eliminate CO2-emitting cars by 2035

With EU lawmakers already in favor of giving up fossil fuels in the auto industry, it’s highly likely that most car companies will have to shift to producing electric models in little more than a decade. Read More

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