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Indiana University Can Require COVID Vaccines for Students, Rules Federal Judge

Eight students sued the school in June, claiming the mandate violates their 14th Amendment rights of personal autonomy and bodily integrity.

Boating Boom Led by First-Timers

Experts say demand for boats was driven by the pandemic and the need for social distancing.

Robinhood Targets $35 Billion IPO

Last year, Robinhood's revenue soared 245% to $959 million.

Elon Musk 'Hates' Being Head of Tesla, Prefers Designing

Tesla's CEO appeared at a Delaware court hearing to defend his company's acquisition of SolarCity.

Nordstrom Acquires Stake in Four U.K. Apparel Brands, to Attract Younger Shoppers

President Pete Nordstrom said the agreement could change the way department stores collaborate with brands.

Gap Will Close All Stores in the UK and Ireland

The apparel retailer will close 81 stores as it adjusts to changing consumer behavior.

Amazon Helps Seattle Cool Down Amid Record Heat

The online retail giant delivers relief as a record-breaking heatwave hangs over the Pacific Northwest.

Facebook Hits $1 Trillion Market Cap After Antitrust Claims are Dismissed

A federal judge says lawsuits against Facebook lacked support or came too late.

Crypto Goes to Camp

One California camp is teaching kids how to mine bitcoin.

Small Business Adaptations That Will Likely Last Post-Pandemic

New infrastructure and technology are changing how businesses operate.

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